The second Restraint Reduction NetworkTM conference is being held at Aston University on 12th – 13th November in conjunction with the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI).
The RRN is calling for speakers for this second Conference which will focus on the real-world application of restraint reduction techniques.
With hundreds of attendees from across the policy, health and social care and education sectors, this is an excellent opportunity to present your work to key leaders in behaviour management. To state your interest in showcasing your work and achievements on the practical techniques of restraint reduction please click here to download the application form. Please also share this with any colleagues who may be interested. Once you have completed your application please send it to email@example.com.
There will be several opportunities to undertake key note presentations, which will be around 20-30 minutes long to the full delegation with options for a Q&A, as well as a number of workshop slots which will be a 45 – 60 minute session to a selection of conference attendees.
This year we are particularly looking for individuals or organisations whom are able to speak on any of the following six core strategies for restraint reduction:
- Performance Measurement
- Learning and Development
- Providing Personalised Support
- Communication and Customer Focus
- Continuous Improvement
The Conference is hosted by CPI, who have trained over eight million people worldwide since 1980 and is committed to continuing its research, support, and development of the highest quality behaviour management training and resources and to serving as an essential provider in helping professionals and the individuals in their care. For more information please visit www.crisisprevention.com
The deadline for applications is Monday 1 June. Apply here.