Care Sector Physical Intervention Training
Physical intervention Skills may be needed in some care environments to manage challenging behaviour safely. Depending on the risks faced in the role this can involve anything from avoidance and disengagement skills for those in community environments through to rescue, escorting and holding skills, which may be particularly relevant in mental health and learning disability, care and residential settings. We can offer you a bespoke designed programme at your venue aimed towards your individual organisation needs.
The catheter care syllabus includes:
• What is Physical Intervention
• Challenging Behaviour and Physical Intervention
• Anger, Aggression, and Physical Intervention
• Dementia and physical intervention
• The law and Physical Intervention
• The Assault Cycle
• Breakway techniques
• Basic holding techniques
• Risks relating to the techniques
Qualification & Assessment:
This course is presented by means of tutorials, practical exercises and group discussions. Instructors will continually asses delegates during the course.
Our training courses are competitively priced and we aim to beat any equivalent training quote.
The training venue should be quiet and undisturbed.
Staff should not be expected to be on duty.
Staff attending should remain for the entire length of the session.
All our courses are compliant with heath and safety executive guidelines and designed to help you meet and exceed the standards expected by the Care Quality Commission.