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The Restraint Reduction Network (RRN) is looking for exceptional part-time tutors.

The Restraint Reduction Network (RRN) is looking for exceptional part-time tutors to join us in supporting learners on our new Reducing Restrictive Practices Qualifications.  

We are delighted with the interest in our new qualifications and are now looking to expand our team of excellent tutors supporting learners through our two blended learning programmes:

  • Certificate in Reducing Restrictive Practices (level 4)
  • Diploma in Practice Leadership in Reducing Restrictive Practices (level 5)

About the RRN Tutor Role

If you are passionate about championing human rights, committed to reducing restrictive practices, and have experience of developing and implementing restraint reduction strategies and plans at individual and/or service and organisational level, we would be pleased to hear from you.

The courses are based on the 6 core strategies of restraint reduction. You should be confident in hosting tutorials, marking assignments and able to support small groups of learners through a blended learning programme

We welcome applications from people who have had lived experience of restrictive practices.  Hours are flexible but need to fit with the course timetable and will depend on how many groups you choose to take on. 

You can find out more information about the role here

How to Apply

To apply, please send your CV and a short summary (maximum 1 side of A4) of why you are suited to the role, what you can offer to the programme, and your interest in our work. Please sent your CV and statement to  

  • Closing date is 5pm on Monday 22nd August
  • Interviews will be held via Zoom in early September

About the RRN

The Restraint Reduction Network is a registered charity with an ambitious vision to reduce the over-reliance on restrictive practices in health and social care and education. 

The RRN seeks to create a culture of respect for human rights across education, health and social care services so that services are safe, dignified and respect people’s autonomy and wellbeing, and reduce reliance on restrictive practices.