D.ESCAL8TM Trainer Project

D.ESCAL8TM run an in-house trainers project for qualifying larger organisations. A successful trainer would adhere to the BILD code of practice 2014 as they deliver the BILD Accreditation Scheme course content within your organisation.

As with any of these types of projects there is a bit more to it and unlike other schemes it would require a reasonable commitment to qualify.

This attention to detail has the benefit of only producing high quality facilitators who will be able to offer support and advice on-site with D.ESCAL8TM backup only a phone call away.

Alternatively if you would like to have key staff members on-site who are more highly trained in D.ESCAL8TM than normal staff but do not get qualified as trainers then we can offer this service too.

These individuals will be equipped to, consolidate learning, support at meetings and on the floor in care environments where staff groups face on-going challenges, however they will not be qualified to deliver the course.

 

The In house trainers project is a BILD Accredited Course

Some training organisations do not allow trainers to then go on to a new service and train for their new organisation. D.ESCAL8TM is different.

If you are a qualified trainer with D.ESCAL8TM then you should be able to ‘own’ your skills and expertise. Therefore, if you as a trainer leave your organisation you could, under the correct circumstances, be licensed to train for your new employer.

If an organisation considers employing a D.ESCAL8TM trainer then that license could be transferred if certain criteria are met by the trainer and the organisation. This path could be a huge benefit to the organisation in developing a qualified trainer at reduced cost. Please check with us prior to filling the position that a potential employee is eligible to represent your organisation

 
It really was one of the best training courses I have ever attended! Des was very knowledgeable, enthusiastic and responsive to the group and business needs. The biggest part for me was the ethos that came across throughout the course- moving into the social model of care, it is vital that staff attitude is genuinely person centred and considers their own conceptions about behaviour. De-escal8 captured this brilliantly and has improved my understanding of my own emotion and behaviours so that I can truly support individuals who display signs of distress. It was extremely refreshing to have the psychological and physical impact of working with people packaged together. It made a huge impact on the way I understand the need for emotional and physical intervention. If you are looking for a thorough training needs analysis, delivery of a course that is bespoke, training that enriches service delivery, builds confidence in staff and moves towards the social model of care I would highly recommend this training.
— A.L. – Training and Development Advisor
Reading the Testimonials from other course participants I thought Des had cherry picked the best for a positive opinion. Having been on the course I know that the Feedback is genuine and if you are in doubt go and see for yourself, you will not be disappointed !

Having been an instructor for another Physical Intervention Method for many years. I approached the course open to suggestions and methods to improve the quality of care given to pupils and to provide a positive outcome for the individual. I attended the course with an open mind and hopeful to pick up one or two points to help staff and pupils alike. I have re-evaluated my whole approach to physical interventions and feel that all the staff I work with would benefit from attending the D.ESCAL8 course. The course would provide an up to date method to develop future relationships with pupils in our care and a less restrictive option if physical intervention is needed.
— A.W. Teacher (Trainer for other BILD Accredited Co.)
 
I was pleased that all of the staff members attending the course with me understood and appreciated the different approach offered by D.ESCAL8. The focus on positive relationships rather than on managing challenging behaviours complemented the core values of our organisation while ensuring skills and knowledge were appropriately delivered to all.
— R.C. – Service Director