The training will aim to work within the guide-lines produced
by the D.C.S.F Guidance Documents Nov 2007 and DOH/DFES RPI
Guidance (July 2002) and the B.I.L.D Accreditation Scheme.
Positive Handling Strategies are constantly being evaluated,
with safety being paramount. The number of serious incidents
/ restraints should decrease following training.
Training will help employers meet their obligations under
Health and Safety legislation thus reducing potential liability
Learning outcomes and behaviour should improve through the
provision of safe learning and caring.
The training has a fun element. It will reduce stress, enhancing
team-work, co-operation and staff morale.
Courses are quality controlled and assured with summary
evaluation reports being produced as evidence of best value.
The Positive Handling Strategies have sufficient range and
flexibility to be appropriate across the age and development
range, for both the intentional and non-intentionally "challenging"
Training enables staff to feel more confident and competent
in their management of disruptive and "challenging"
behaviour , reducing stress by increasing safety and security
for all involved.
See Case Study / Research Area for evidence of outcomes achieved.
and Course Objectives, keypoints,