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
- What is Physical Intervention
- Challenging Behaviour and Physical Intervention
- Anger, Aggression, and Physical Assault
- Dementia and physical intervention
- The law and physical intervention
- The Assault Cycle
- Breakaway techniques
- Basic holding techniques
- Basic holding techniques
- Risks relating to the techniques
Refreshed in accordance with your company guidelines, local and national authoritative guidelines and any regulatory requirements
Health Care Training Courses with Pulse Medic
If you are looking for training services so that you can support your staff, remain compliant, get a new job, start a new career or expand your current learning and development then this the place to start. Psittacus offers Accredited healthcare training programs, which mean that you are able to access training courses anywhere, anytime on any device.
With the care training courses you will be able to gain QCF qualifications where you learn mainly in an online environment so you can do the health care training courses when and where suits you. However, there are some classroom time required for some care staff training courses which means that you get the advantages of being face to face with a tutor or mentor as well as the flexibility of being able to do some of the work at your convenience, this is called Blended Learning. The online nature of the courses means that they are cheaper and more accessible for everyone so even the busiest care worker or care manager will be able to fit some learning in to their lifestyle. This is especially useful for those doing shift work and uneven work patterns so unable to commit to a regular training course.
There are many different health care training courses in many sections of health care meaning that you will be able to gain knowledge in the areas that are vital for your line of work. There are courses dealing with mandatory training care workers for those that need the basics to start in a health care role and then more specific courses for those that need training in certain areas. There are 82 different courses for care training services and these deal with everything from specific conditions to details about certain clinical disorders. There are also fire safety and food courses so there is everything that you would need if you want training for care workers.
The courses are designed so that they can provide social care training online either for individuals or groups such as a company wanting to train a group of staff. At the end of the course, there will be an accredited certificate of completion but learners are assured that they will also be able to prove their knowledge as well by having skills that they can apply and evidence in the workplace.