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P.R.I.C.E-Behaviour Support and Physical Intervention Training for Schools, Social Care and Health S

Protecting Rights In a Caring Environment is a nationally recognised training provider in how to safely and appropriately respon... [ + read more ]
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Protecting Rights In a Caring Environment is a nationally recognised training provider in how to safely and appropriately respond to challenging behaviour, delivering bespoke training and consultancy services to a wide range of social care and health organisations.

PRICE Training places a significant focus upon preventative strategies as well as the de-escalation and defusion elements of supporting behaviour whilst recognising it is sometimes necessary to use Physical Intervention to hold a service user in order to protect their well being and the welfare of others.

This course is suitable for those working in Learning disability and Autism, children with SEN and EBD  and similar environments that require a Restricted Physical Intervention ( RPI) techniques and also promotes safety and choice for the service user. 

The course is therefore intended for those seeking the use of  non-pain compliant techniques.

Theory:

 1.Legislation:

Tort (common law duty of care)

Health and safety at Work Act sections . 2, 3, 7 

Management of Health and safety at work Regulations 1999 S.3(1)

Defining ‘Reasonable Force’ Necessity and proportionality

Basic Law -S.3(1) Criminal Law Act 1967

European Convention on Human Rights Act

Children’s Legislation where necessary 

Overview of Pindown

Children Act 1989 

National Minimum Standards Regulations. 

United Nations Convention – Rights of the Child 

Draft Local Authority Circular 2000 

DfEE & DOH Guidance – July 2002 

LAC(93)13 

Education Act 1997 

S.550A Education Act 1996 

Crime Reduction act 2006 

Positional Asphyxia

2. Risk Assessment  and Behavioural disorders 

POP Model

Risk reduction

Predictability

Incident prevention

3. Triggers

Fear and anger

4.Flash points

Warning signs

Verbal warning signs

Non verbal warning signs

Physical threats

Body language

Violence and aggression

Escalation of a problem

The grinding down effect of challenging behaviour

4.Defusing a situation Models

Open PALMs

SAFER Approach

Behaviour-Attitude

Team Work

4 A’s

Working alone

Restraint

Exit Strategy

5.Conflict resolution

6.Effects of conflict/challenging behaviour

 

PRACTICAL RESTRICTED PHYSICAL  
INTERVENTION  (RPI) TECHNIQUES

Note: Sport wear required for the Practical session (Day 2)


1.BREAKAWAY TECHNIQUES

 Defence against punches
 Clothing grabs
 Two hands against wall grabs
 Front Hair grasp
 Rear Hair grasp
 Nape of Neck
 Head lock Lock from side
 Rear strange hold standing
 Rear strange hold seating
 Strangle in open area
 Strangle against wall
 Removing object from grasp
 Bites


2. HOLDING TECHNIQUES

 Four arm hold
 Side hug
 Lower basket
 Figure of four-hold variation
 Doorway negotiation (2/3 staff)
 Double forearm hold
 Reverse hold

3. SEPERATING FIGHTS

 Separating fighting-standing
 Separating fighting-on floor

4. VARIABLE TECHNIQUES

 Defence against kicks-standing

 

4. HARMFUL TECHNIQUES

 TECHNIQUES THAT SHOULD NOT BE USED 

 

Trainers: Professionals in delivering Physical Restrain Techniques and Conflict management 

 

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