RRN & BILD ACT
The Restraint Reduction Network is a multidisciplinary, multi-agency independent group that brings together dedicated organisations who support individuals in educational, health and social care settings. The RRN give a clear commitment to work together to ensure that the use of coercive and restrictive practice is reduced to an absolute minimum, and the misuse and abuse of restraint is prevented.
The Restraint Reduction Network's Vision:
Our vision is for a society which respects and protects the rights of all people (staff and patients). We want to create a culture of respect for human rights across education, health and social care services so that services are safe, dignified and respect people’s autonomy and well-being, and reduce reliance on restrictive practices.
The Training Standards aim to facilitate cultural change and not just technical competence. They are designed to:
The above info is taken from bildact.org
Find out more about the Restraint Reduction Network here https://restraintreductionnetwork.org/
Take The Pledge
BILD ACT is a new charity, distinct from BILD itself, to rigorously assess and certify training services that include a restrictive intervention. They are licensed by the RRN to certify services that comply with the Training Standards (2019).
A full list of certified training organisations can be found here.
Our Restraint Reduction Strategy can be seen here
This online interactive training involves your team generating live content to discuss. The modern work environement can feel overwhelming, understanding the resources you have or can nurture to assist you to overcome the pressures of life can assist your staff in fabulous ways. Facilitated by our Training Lead this training can cover many different elements agreed in advance with the commissioner of the training. It can also be run where the participants decide live what modules they would like to cover.
The modules themselves promote knowledge and understanding however if you choose the modules well, the outcomes have an effect on individual ethos, resilience, group cohesion and an overall improvement in Psychological Flexibility.