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Restraint Reduction Network (RRN) Certified PMVA & Restraint Equipment Course

Day 1 - Positive Behaviour Support (PBS)

Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) is a valuable tool when dealing with behaviours of concern and is the primary route to ensuring restraint reduction.

 

PBS training gives staff skills to:

  • free people from harmful and challenging behaviours
  • change the way such behaviours are viewed by others
  • develop skills and knowledge to improve the way your service users live their lives

 

Delegates will learn how to develop positive proactive strategies to support their service users and prevent challenging behaviours before they occur.

 

They will learn about and understand the PBS Competency Framework, assessments, evaluations and planning, on both a proactive and reactive basis.

 

Day 1 Information

  • 7 hours of training
  • Maximum of 18 delegates per trainer, (although we recommend 12 as a group size)

Day 2 - Managing Challenging Behaviour with Breakaway skills

Staff will learn about behaviours that challenge and some effective strategies to avoid them.

 

They will be taught to:

  • recognise triggers and cues prior to behaviour escalating
  • understand what happens to the human body when faced with fear and conflict
  • how best to communicate with service users to reduce the likelihood of conflict through de-escalation skills. 

 

Delegates will be taught simple and effective breakaway techniques for both low and high risk situations when managing behaviours of concern and the laws that govern them.

 

All teaching is conducted with a constant emphasis on restraint reduction and preventative strategies.

 

 

 

Day 2 Information

  • 8-10 hours of training depending on group size
  • Maximum of 18 delegates per trainer, (although we recommend 12 as a group size)

Day 3 - Restrictive Physical Intervention training

Delegates will learn 'control & restraint' and physical intervention PMVA skills.

 

Typical course content includes:

  • The use of force
  • Health and Safety and Human Rights legislation
  • Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations
  • Avoiding and detection of positional asphyxia
  • Instruction and practice of low/high risk physical intervention techniques (subject to TNA supporting this).

 

All teaching is conducted with a constant emphasis on restraint reduction and preventative strategies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3 Information

  • 8-10 hours of training depending on group size
  • Maximum of 12 delegates per trainer.
  • Additional trainers can be provided if required

Day 4 - Handcuff and soft restraint training

Delegates will learn safe and effective use of restraint equipment, including handcuffs and soft-cuffs. The course content covers:

  • Understanding the law regarding the use of force
  • Powers of arrest
  • The Human Rights Act
  • Manual Handling Regulations
  • Health and Safety at Work Act and regulations
  • Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act
  • The medical implications of using handcuffs and soft restraints
  • Avoiding and detecting positional asphyxia
  • How to apply handcuffs and soft-cuffs to a passive subject
  • How to apply handcuffs and soft-cuffs to an aggressive subject
  • How to remove handcuffs and soft-cuffs safely

 

 

Day 4 Information

  • 8-10 hours of training depending on group size
  • Maximum of 12 delegates per trainer.
  • Additional trainers can be provided if required
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