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BILD Association of Certified Training
We are an independent charity, licensed by the Restraint Reduction Network, to offer certification for training services that include a restrictive intervention
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Restraint Reduction Jun 9
Tomorrow is our 4th webinar in our series exploring the least restrictive solutions to covid-19 problems. We have a great line up of speakers who will talk about maintaining human rights & well-being for people who are subject to additional restrictions:
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Restraint Reduction May 18
Our new series of webinars launching this Thursday at 12-1pm (BST) looks at supporting & sharing good practices to ensure minimum use of restrictions. Who's joining us? Find out more:
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Restraint Reduction Apr 16
Being Human Together: Coping with the Lived Experience of Fear During the Covid-19 Pandemic - shares her experience of the Covid-19 lock-down and her lived experience of fear to help others in this time of uncertainty:
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BILD Association of Certified Training Mar 28
We have updated our guidance to help certified organisations and those working towards certification in these challenging times. Please contact us if there is anything we can do to help you
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Restraint Reduction Mar 13
We’re bringing a network of individuals and organisations together to help one another make a significant difference to eliminate unnecessary and harmful restrictive practices. Why not join us?
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Martyn Dadds Feb 25
Good briefing from the on Trauma Informed Schools, Challenging Behaviours & Restrictive Interventions
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Restraint Reduction Feb 10
Many vulnerable children are being physically and psychologically harmed in UK schools through the use of restraint. There is an urgent need to ensure staff are trained in the skills to meet needs and prevent crisis situations.
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Mick Finnegan Jan 3
The new training standards launched by will become mandatory from April. Great to see people with lived experience being involved in developing these new standards. Real co-production gets real results
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Chris Stirling Jan 3
New training standards aimed at reducing the use of restraint and other restrictive practices will help boost the safety and welfare of both nursing staff and patients, according to nurses who have helped devise and test them
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BILD Association of Certified Training Jan 2
“The training standards certification process gave us the opportunity to work with greater rigour and develop a vastly superior training curriculum which supports our aims to minimise use of force in our services”
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BILD Association of Certified Training Dec 20
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BILD Association of Certified Training Dec 20
Congratulations to the 13 more organisations who have met the criteria for certification against Training Standards!
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BILD Association of Certified Training Dec 17
"The care of vulnerable people who may have behaviours that challenge services needs to minimise use of restrictive interventions and promote and person-centred care"
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BILD Association of Certified Training Nov 14
We're celebrating these organisations who have been granted certification against the Training Standards. Congratulations and !
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BILD Association of Certified Training Nov 11
We're really pleased to have been granted accreditation against ISO/IEC 17065 for certification of training services to the Training Standards.
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