By being certified by Bild Association of Certified Training, organisations have demonstrated their training services comply with the Restraint Reduction Network Training Standards.
For training services to be certified, they must be delivered by:
- an approved training organisation
- be an approved curricula
- be delivered by an approved senior trainer or within an approved affiliate provider organisation
If any of the above are not approved, the training is not certified (and therefore not compliant with NHSE standard contact or CQC expectations). Providers that are approved, either for their in house training or as an affiliate of a commercial training provider, will have a certificate from Bild Association of Certified Training containing the Restraint Reduction Network approved logo (to show inspectors).
In line with UKAS requirements for clarity on what is certified, you (and regulators) can check below which organisations, curricula, trainers and affiliates have been approved.
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Who are we?
BILD Association of Certified Training has been set up to certify training services that include a restrictive intervention. We are licenced by the Restraint Reduction Network to certify services as complying with the Restraint Reduction Network Training Standards 2019.
What do you need to know about certification?
Commissioning requirements and inspection frameworks are changing. NHS commissioned services and the Care Quality Commission will require certification of training services from April 2020. CQC will also expect services across health and social care to have certified training. FIND OUT MORE
Certification of training against the Restraint Reduction Network Training Standards must also be accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) as complying with the ISO certification standards to ensure impartiality, credibility and integrity. BILD Association of Certified Training have been granted accreditation by UKAS as meeting the ISO standards for certification. (Customer number 10766).
Who should apply for certification?
We already have more than 50 organisations currently working towards certification against the Restraint Reduction Network Training Standards. Training providers should apply where their training:
- has a restrictive intervention component,
- are either in-house (eg within an NHS Trust) and/or a commercial organisation, and who provide training to health, social care or education in the UK.
How long does the process take?
The certification process takes approximately one year to complete and lasts for three years. During this time, 20% of training curricula, senior trainers and affiliate organisations will be observed. Visit the Certification Process page here.
Organisations who are working towards certification
Able Training Support Ltd
Dynamis Enterprises Ltd
Essex Partnership University NHS Trust
Exemplar Health Care Ltd
Integrated Workforce Development Team
Lincolnshire Partnership Foundation Trust
Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
North London Forensic Services
Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Oxford Health Foundation Trust
Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust
Securicare International Ltd
Solutions Social Care
South West London NHS Trust
Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (PMVA)
Tees Esk Wear Valley NHS Foundation Trust