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Behaviours Training and Breakaway Techniques
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Behaviours Training and Breakaway Techniques

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Description

Course Title:  Understanding Behaviours that Challenge and Breakaway Techniques

Course length – 5-6 hours

Maximum number to attend - 15

This course is aimed at all staff in health and social care

The course will provide delegates with an understanding of behaviours that challenge.It will identify relevant legislation and provide knowledge of de-escalation techniques.

The second session of the training will include breakaway techniques and a practical session.

Learning Outcome

Assessment Criteria

Introduction to behaviours that challenge

Define behaviours that challenge in a health and social care context

Explain the importance of appropriate language to describe behaviours that challenge

Identify a range of behaviours that people may find challenging


Health and social care workers own responsibilities in relation to behaviours that challenge

Explain their own roles and responsibilities in relation to legislative framework surrounding behaviours that challenge including (but not limited to) the following:

Health and Safety at Work Etc Act 1974

Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 2006

RIDDOR 2013

Equality Act 2010

Human Rights Act 1998

Mental Capacity Act 2005

Health and Social Care Act 2008

Positive and Proactive Care (DOH 2014)

Describe responsibilities in relation to ‘Duty of Care’.

Describe what is meant by restrictive practice and restraint.









Learning Outcome

Assessment Criteria

De-escalation techniques

Identify warning signs from the body that a person is becoming upset or angry

Explain how to assess the immediate risk of harm

Outline the continuum of aggression and what to do at each stage

Identify potential triggers to behaviours that can challenge

List a range of de-escalation methods

Identify unhelpful reactions and own behaviours to avoid when dealing with challenging situations

Describe how our attitudes, values and behaviour can impact the outcome of challenging situations

Describe a range of effective communication skills to help de-escalate situations  


Practical Session Breakaway Techniques

Demonstrate a range of breakaway techniques that can be used in a variety of settings including people with dementia and learning disabilities.  


These techniques include:

Non-confrontational body posture

Defensive body posture

Wrist grabs (one handed and two handed)

Clothing grabs

Strangle holds

Bites

Hair pulls

Non – contact guide from one area to another

Non harmful/low contact escort (person still free to move)


Supplementary techniques can be discussed.  


Please note:- this course does not cover practical restraint techniques 



Important Information

  • All delegates must be able to take part in the practical session to attend this course.  

  • All delegates will be required to undertake a written and practical assessment for successful completion of this course

  • All delegates will need to be able to attend the full 6 hour course for successful completion. 


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