THE HEALTH GOSPEL

Changing Mindsets for Better Wellbeing

New Course

The mandatory training

Good news for all Health and social care workers around North East Lincolnshire. 
We now run The mandatory training/ courses that you require to work in this sector as a Support Worker, Care Assistant, or Health care Support worker in the Uk

Mandatory course

£ 99 / Month

VENUE:
Grimsby central hall
Duncombe Street, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, DN32 7EG

DATE:
30th March 2023

Time:
9 AM (prompt) – 5 PM

COSHH Awareness
1 X Dementia Awareness
1 X Effective Communication
1 X End of Life Care
1 X Epilepsy Awareness
1 X Equality & Diversity
1 X Fire Safety & Fire Marshal
1 X First Aid Basic Life Support
1 X Food Hygiene
1 X GDPR Awareness
1 X Health & Safety
1 X Infection Control
1 X Medication Awareness
1 X Mental Health Awareness
1 X Nutrition & Fluids
1 X People Movers Moving & Handling
1 X Person-Centred Care
1 X Personal & Pressure Care
1 X Prevention of Falls
1 X Risk Assessment
1 X Safeguarding Adults at Risk
1 X Safeguarding Children
1 X Stress Awareness
1 X Understanding your Role, Personal Development & Duty of Care
1 X Whistleblowing

1-Day refresher

£ 99 / Month

VENUE:
Grimsby central hall
Duncombe Street, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, DN32 7EG

DATE:
31st March 2023

Time:
9 AM (prompt) – 5 PM

This refresher course is essential for any member of staff that works in a violent/ aggressive setting, particularly within a mental health environment.

Only for delegates that need to update their skills. Delegates must have completed a full 3-day PMVA course and have your Certificate prior to attending this course.

A health declaration must be completed on the day of the course, which will be assessed by the course tutor. Due to the physical nature of this course we cannot accept any pregnant candidates on the course, post- natal learners should seek advice from their GP prior to attendance.

This refresher course in Prevention and Management of Violence and Aggression (PMVA) demonstrates techniques which will help you continue to defuse and manage potential conflict, safely, within a variety of settings

The RRN Training Standards Code of Practice

By the end of the course, delegates will be able to:

  • Legal Responsibilities
  • Understand Reasonable Force
  • Understand ethical considerations of physical intervention
  • Identify possible causes of violence + aggression
  • Know the stages of the assault cycle + what each stage means
  • Be able to identify signs of escalation of aggression
  • Understand the different types of de-escalation strategies
  • Recognise the importance of early intervention
  • Understand the importance of continually assessing + evaluating the levels of risk posed by difficult / challenging people
  • Select + utilise appropriate physical + non physical strategies to manage aggressive individuals 
  • Relevant legislation, guidelines + frameworks
  • Legal + ethical issues
  • Influences on PMVA
  • Risks in restraint
  • Use of Reasonable Force
  • De-escalation
  • Avoiding + detection of positional asphyxia
  • Instruction + practice of: -

- Friendly come along (including Non-Contact and stage one, two and figure of four)

- Standing holds to include (Escape and Rescue)

- Upper Arm Wrap, Team Formulation & Approach

- Upper Arm Wrap to a secure hold

- Seated De-escalation to include Trouble Drills

- Upper Arm Wrap to Supine

- Supine Descent to Floor to Elevated Rest in Upper Arm Wrap

- Trouble Drill to Sniper in Supine

- Elevated rest to standing

- De-escalation in Supine

- Securing Legs in Supine

- Prone descent to floor

- Prone floor work (upper rest to lower rest, de-escalation on floor, legs in prone)

- Turning Prone to Supine

- Prone Standing from the floor

- Reliefs, standing-supine-prone

3-Days PMVA

£300 £ 249 / Month

VENUE:
Grimsby central hall
Duncombe Street, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, DN32 7EG

DATE:
27th March to 29th March 2023

Time:
9 AM (prompt) – 5 PM Daily

This course is for any delegate who is required to complete 3 day PMVA training or those that need to update their 3 day PMVA training certificate. 

A health declaration must be completed on the day of the course, which will be assessed by the course tutor.

Due to the physical nature of this course we cannot accept any pregnant candidates on the course, post- natal learners should seek advice from their GP prior to attendance. All candidates must wear suitable clothing and comfortable foot wear

This 3 day Prevention and Management of Violence and Aggression (PMVA) Training is a mandatory requirement for any member of staff that works in a violent/ aggressive setting, particularly within a mental health environment.

Course content has been developed in line with the GSA (General Services Association) standards and currently going through the BILD certification process, in order to meet the requirements of the 2019 Restraint Reduction Network (RRN) Training Standards.

The RRN Training Standards Code of practise

By the end of the course, you will be able to: -

 

  • Understand the levels of risk posed by challenging people
  • Explain how you can meet a persons need and create a supportive environment
  • Understand the balance between enhancing quality of life and reducing restraint
  • Describe the effect of negative/ environmental factors
  • Explain the use of ‘reasonable force’ and its limitations/ legal requirements
  • Understand primary strategies and how to proactively meet a person’s needs
  • Understand the importance of verbal + non-verbal communication during conflict
  • Underline the impact that cultural differences may have in relation to communication
  • Identify causes of communication break down
  • Describe the common causes of conflict
  • Recognise the warning and danger signals displayed during a conflict situation
  • Recognise the importance of early intervention
  • Provide support to those directly affected by a violent incident
  • Understand the different types of de-escalation strategies
  • Define appropriate Secondary and Territory Non-Restrictive and Restrictive Strategies to manage aggressive individuals

Day 1

  • Legislation, Legal Frameworks + Ethical Considerations
  • Legal Responsibilities and Reasonable Force
  • Risks Associated with Restraint
  • Mental Capacity + Mental Health
  • Challenging Behaviour, Behaviours of Concern
  • Root Causes of Distress
  • Creating a Supportive Culture
  • Health, Therapeutic Relationships + Person Centred Care
  • Populations and Locations
  • Dynamic Risk Assessments
  • Stages of the Assault Cycle
  • Situational Awareness
  • Identifying, Managing and Reflecting on Triggers
  • Listening and Communication Skills (communication models)
  • Indicators of Confrontational Behaviour (Warning and Danger Signs)
  • Documentation, Record Keeping + Post Incident De-briefing

Day 2

  • Verbal and Non-Verbal De-escalation Techniques
  • Disengagement Techniques (Wrist Grabs, Body Grabs, Hair/Clothing Grabs + Strangulation, Avoiding Punches and Kicks)
  • Role + Responsibilities of Head Person, 3 C's, presenting + securing head

Instruction and practice of: -

o    Friendly come along (including non-Contact, stage one, two + figure of four)
o    Team approaches
o    Upper arm wrap
o    Upper arm wrap to secure hold
o    Upper arm wrap to supine hold (ready to decent to floor)

Day 3

Instruction and practice of:

  • Supine Descent
  • Descent to floor in upper arm wrap
  • Upper arm wrap to elevated rest and return
  • Trouble drills (sniper position)
  • Securing legs in supine
  • Elevated rest to standing
  • Seated de-escalation
  • Decent to chair
  • Trouble drills
  • Unexpected and/or unintentional controlled decent to the floor where the aggressor dictates or initialises the downward movement (prone)

o    Descent
o    Upper rest to lower rest and return
o    De-escalation on floor
o    Legs in Prone
o    Turning Prone to Supine
o    Standing from Prone