RRN Certificate

Certificate of Approval

Ethical Care PMVA training is certified by The BILD Association of Certified Training as Compliant with the RRN Restraint Reduction Network Training Standards.

I am pleased to inform everyone that our certificated training Annual Review is now complete and we continue to deliver BILD Accredited certificated training for 2023-24.

The CQC Care Quality Commission has said Health and Social Care Services in England are to only use training in restrictive practices that is certified as complying with the Restraint Reduction Network training standards from April 2021.

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Our UKISO accreditation is now completed again for our 14th year with ISO 9001.

Tom Starling
Managing Director

Our Company and training Services have continued to grow significantly in the last 12 months and we are now delivering a contractual service with our new CRT (Conflict Resolution NHS Course) which was developed by Jenna our Director of Training and delivered by us for Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust and Medway NHS Foundation Trust.

Lauren Starling
Course & Training Information

I am pleased to inform everyone that our certificated training annual review is now complete and we continue to deliver BILD Accredited certificated training for 2023-24.

Jenna Kassam
Director of Training

New Ethical Care Acute 2023 CRT (Conflict Resolution NHS Course) 2.5 Hours

Ethical Care now supply for:
  • • Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust
  • • Medway NHS Foundation Trust
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This course has been developed to cover:
  • Definition of Conflict
  • Verbal and non verbal communication
  • Warning signs
  • Law on the use of force
  • Triggers
  • Barriers to communication
  • Maintaining space
  • Breakaway methods
  • Positive and negative communication
  • Attitude and behaviour cycle
  • Report recording and post incident

Recent Accreditations and Endorsements

Letter from Dr. Alain Tanoe

As a member of the Healthcare profession I am aware that there are situations when there is a need for physical intervention when all methods have been tried. Having been taught some of these moves in a previous role I am aware of how important they are and that they are there to protect both staff and the person from serious harm. On reviewing the manual for 2021 I have found it to be very clear in its instructions and the illustrations are easy to understand. Dr. Alain Tanoe

BILD Association of Certified Training Certification

Certification of training services is now a requirement for NHS commissioned services. In addition CQC expect regulated services to use certified training. Ethical Care Control & Restraint (UK) Ltd. are an organisation who have been awarded this certification.

Letter from Dr. Sekinat Abisola Oyawa

I have reviewed the ethical care control and restraint training manual for 2021. It is a detailed and informative manual with clear illustrations on defensive postures which will protect the handler and the client and cause no harm to either. Importantly, it stresses that the use of physical intervention on any person is only when all other methods have failed, and in that case only approved techniques should be used. Dr. Sekinat Abisola Oyawa


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