Having your own in-house trainer has many benefits and can be a cost effective solution for most organisations.
New trainers will undergo an intensive 5 day programme lead by our experienced senior trainers. Once qualified, new trainers will have access to our online trainer support system that allows the trainer to register and submit their courses for audit and certification by NAPPI.
The training of trainer (TOT) course provides a sound technical and practical understanding of the Psychological and Physical modules of the NAPPI programme. The course also develops the learner's confidence in the delivery of NAPPI training by highlighting key presentation skills and providing a solid structure to follow. This ensures each new NAPPI trainer is capable of delivering the training in a clear, concise and informative way.
Health & social care workers who support, or come into contact with vulnerable adults.
To have previously attended a one-day NAPPI course within the past twelve months. This can be arranged at no additional cost. A signed agreement to adhere to the BILD Code of Practice for Trainers in Physical Interventions. All trainer candidates must have had a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. No person is eligible to deliver NAPPI training who might normally be prevented from working with vulnerable persons under statutory provision.
When selecting individuals to send on this course the organisation should consider if the individual has both relevant work-based experience and good attitude to the principles of promoting good practice in the interests of the customers they serve. It is an advantage, not a requirement, to have previous presentation skills. The course teaches delivery and presentation skills so the main consideration should be whether the individual has a positive attitude and credibility within the staff team.
Restraint training requires a certain level of physical fitness in the trainer. It is important that the trainer understands what is required prior to attending this course.
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