Positive Response Training & Consultancy

Our Accreditations

CPD UK

The CPD Certification Service was established in 1996 as the leading independent CPD accreditation institution operating across industry sectors to complement the Continuing Professional Development policies of professional institutes and academic bodies. The CPD Certification Service provides support, advice and recognised independent CPD accreditation compatible with global CPD principles.

BILD (British Institute of Learning Disabilities)

The BILD PI Training Accreditation Scheme provides external scrutiny of training providers, in an otherwise unregulated industry.

The scheme focuses on universal elements of crisis management and supporting distressed people, and currently accredits 40 training organisations. Training around the use of Physical Interventions (PI) must be within a framework which underpins the reduction in the use of PI.

The Scheme is an evidence based process of external validation of the quality of physical intervention training programmes delivered to the health, social care and education sectors.

The fundamental process of accreditation is the provision of evidence that the applicant training organisation�s curriculum and trainers comply with all of the criteria set out in the BILD Code of Practice (2014). It does not in any way endorse the techniques but focuses on the robustness of the risk assessment. Above all, the focus is on ensuring that there is an ethical focus to training which is supported by evidence based practice and values based approaches.

Care & Support West Network

As an association, Care and Support West knows that professional services available on the high street don't always have a full understanding of the needs of organisations operating in the care sector. For this reason, we have drawn together a range of Commercial Partners who have been specifically selected because of their commitment to the Health & Social Care sector and their expertise in this area.

https://www.careandsupportwest.com