Positive Management of Violence and Aggression Course

All the training refers to those aspects of a person’s behaviour that can be attributed to the presence of a specific genetic or biological anomaly or condition. We can expect people with certain conditions to have a tendency towards certain types of behaviour. This might mean altering the way we do things to accommodate the types of behaviour.

This can also have an effect on the way in which we support the individual. The training addresses alternative approaches in positive behaviour support with physical intervention only as a last result if everything else has failed.

The training will be in modules. These can be taught on their own or consecutively as a block course.

The content of this course has been mapped over to the new BILD/RRN standards.

Module 1

Understanding human rights approach to restrictive Intervention -
An awareness of the Human Rights Act 1998
An awareness of the Equality Act 2010
An awareness of the Mental Capacity Act 2005
An awareness of the Mental Health Act 1983 - If applicable
To show knowledge between legislative frameworks involved in restrictive interventions
Understanding the Restraint Reduction Network (RRN) Training Standards 2018

Module 2

Conflict Resolution Training

The course meets the (Nee) NHS England National Guidelines.
Learning outcomes, you will be able to:

  • Describe the common causes of conflict including those faced by the elderly, people with dementia/delirium and learning difficulties.
  • Describe different forms of communication
  • Give examples of communication breakdowns
  • Explain different methods of communication models that can assist conflict resolution
  • Describe patterns of behaviour you may encounter during different interactions
  • Explain the warning and danger signs
  • Give examples of distance when dealing with conflict
  • Give examples of impact factors
  • Describe different methods for dealing with possible conflict situations
  • Explain the use of 'reasonable force' as it applies to conflict resolution

Module 3

Low Level Disengagement Techniques

Stance, Posture and Movement
Wrist Grabs

  • Single
  • Double

Body Holds

  • Clothing

Strangle Holds

  • Exit routes to the rear
  • Exit route in front
  • Held against a wall

Working with Other Colleagues

Module 4

Prompting, Guiding and Escort Holds

Nonrestrictive Guiding Techniques
Restrictive Holds
Relocation and Containment Holds (Non Pain Restraints).

  • Seated
  • Stairs

Module 5

Safe Guarding Techniques.

Relocation/Support to the Floor

Containment on the floor – Prone and Supine Position

Relocation to a Standing Position

Module 6

Seclusion

Rapid Tranquilisation

Long term Segregation

Clinical Holding

Mechanical Restraints

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