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Why You Don’t Need To be Perfect To Be An Exceptional Instructor

Progress not Perfection

Why You Don’t Need To be Perfect To Be An Exceptional Instructor Many people who want to be an instructor keep putting it off on the basis that they are not ready. They think that they need to know everything and be 100% perfect. But they are wrong. You see, perfectionism creates procrastination. And I’ll say that again …… Being … Read more

Negligible Use of Force

Negligible Use Of Force

The Negligible Use of Force There is a post on Linkedin that starts with the sentence “Did you know that the 2018 Mental Health Units Act (AKA Seni’s Law) permits ‘negligible’ force?” However, that sentence is not exactly true as the following comment shows from Eric Baskind who is a senior lecturer of law and an esteemed expert witness: “”Did … Read more

Disingenuous Reporting and The Dog With Five Legs

Some of you may be old enough to remember the Ronseal advert that had a very famous and well-remembered advertising slogan which was:

“It does what it says on the tin”.

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RRN Standards and BILD Act Certification – Are They Mandatory or Not?

RRN Standards and BILD Act Certification - Are They Mandatory or Not_

RRN Standards and BILD Act Certification – Is It Mandatory or Not? Many of you will be aware of the recent letter sent out by the RRN, CQC, HEE and Skills for Care, dated the 18th November 2020 and entitled ‘RE Certification of Training in Restrictive Practices’. A similar letter was also sent out in July 2019, which states: “From … Read more

Private Security Company Fined After an Employee Suffered Life-Changing Injuries Following Attack At a Young Offenders Training Facility

Private Security Company Fined After an Employee Suffered Life-Changing Injuries Following Attack At a Young Offenders Training Facility.

This is another example of someone receiving life-changing injuries because they were put in a lone working situation where there was a foreseeable risk that hadn’t been suitably controlled.

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The Importance of Attending Refresher Training 2021

The Importance of Attending Refresher Training

Skills degrade over time and in this video we will explore precisely how that happens.

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Blaming The Individual When It Is Really The Organisations Fault

Ever had someone tell you something that you knew was wrong but we’re forced to comply with their instruction because of their position of influence?

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Doctor’s Suicide Due To Possible Negligence and Breach of The Human Rights Act

Doctor’s Suicide Due To Negligence and Breach of The Human Rights Act

The widow of a doctor who took his own life has filed a claim against her husband’s former trust and the General Medical Council.

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