CQT, welcomes the new Restraint Reduction Network (RRN) Training Standards and are now working towards the new training standards certification well in advance of the start of the RRN Training Standard going live in October and becoming a requirement from April 2020.
Where I can find out more about the new Training Standards?
The RRN Standards can be downloaded here.
Further information is available on the Restraint Reduction Network Website.
If you have a medical condition which may affect your ability to engage in practical workshops, such as an existing back injury, then you should seek advice from your occupational health service and/or line manager before attending the course. Inform trainers of any medical condition you may have at the beginning of the programme.