The Restraint Reduction Network has worked with Health Education England to produce a set of ethical training standards that protect human rights and support the minimisation of restrictive practices.
The Restraint Reduction Network Training Standards apply to all training that has a restrictive intervention component and provides a national and international benchmark for training in supporting people who are distressed in education, health and social care settings. These Standards ensure that training is directly related and proportional to the needs of populations and individual people and that training is delivered by competent and experienced training professionals who can evidence knowledge and skills that go far beyond the application of physical restraint or other restrictive interventions.
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