• Safer, everyday practical skills for managing conflict and clinically related behaviours of concern

    Healthcare

    Maybo sets the benchmark for conflict management, risk reduction and physical intervention training for health and social care providers. Our comprehensive training aims to help develop awareness and safer working practices in order to create positive and safer environments for patients and staff.

    Award-winning training that creates long-lasting organisational change

    NHS staff can find themselves subject to challenging behaviour due to a patient, or service user, acting unpredictably due to a clinically related or mental health issue, such as dementia.

    Maybo provides staff with the skills and confidence to de-escalate and manage challenging behaviours that represent a risk to safety.

    We have played an important role in developing guidance on the prevention and management of clinical assaults within the NHS, as well as the use of physical interventions by security personnel operating in healthcare settings in England.

    Our training is in line with guidance from the British Institute for Learning Disabilities, NHS Protect, Department for Health and Social Care, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, Skills for Health, and Royal College of Nursing, the Nursing and Midwifery Council and Restraint Reduction Network.

    Our physical skills are proven to be safe, gentle and low arousal when required as a last resort.

     

    Restraint Reduction Network Training Standards 2019

    The 1st April 2019 saw the launch of the new Restraint Reduction Network (RRN) Training Standards 2019 for training services delivered to education, health and social care services that support people with autism, learning disabilities, dementia and mental health conditions across the UK.

    Commissioned by the NHS, the Standards are intended to provide a national benchmark for training in supporting people who are distressed in education, health and social care settings.

    Certification of training services will be a requirement for NHS commissioned services and the Care Quality Commission from April 2020.

    We have been working with BILD ACT (Association of Certified Training) towards certification of our training. The first commercial training organisations to complete certification will be announced by BILD ACT on 20 December 2019.

    As one of the first training organisations involved in the Restraint Reduction Network (RRN) and Positive and Safe Champions Networks, Maybo welcomes these new standards that keep the focus on reducing restrictive practices. We are pleased the standards embrace a person-centred, human rights approach to restrictive interventions which is consistent with our beliefs and training approach.

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    • It has been a pleasure working with Maybo to coordinate St Mungo’s conflict management learning programme. This solution is ideal for staff and the pre and post support from Maybo is excellent.

      St Mungo's

    • Maybo has worked closely with BSUH to develop and enhance the violence reduction training we deliver to frontline staff. The passion, knowledge, commitment and support to the Trust and more generally in developing effective evidence-based violence reduction programmes for healthcare settings, mark them out as an organisation the Trust is pleased to continue to work with.

      Brighton & Sussex University Hospital NHS Trust

    • We have seen a reduction in the number of reported physical assaults of 11% trust-wide so far and up to a 60% reduction in targeted wards.

      Brighton & Sussex University Hospital NHS Trust - Head of Security

    • May I say a big thank you for the Maybo violence and aggression course for the ITU nurses. I attended the course today and it was excellent. I think the staff would all agree that the knowledge and skills taught will be hugely beneficial, but in addition, it was a great team-building exercise too. I feel it is imperative that all our ITU nurses attend this course.

      Ashford & St Peter's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust - ITU Nurse

    • Please make it known that the whole team had nothing but praise for the trainer and that even the “old hands” found it very stimulating as he raised issues in a very understandable way. May I comment that as a general rule, I have never known of any candidates coming away without having gained a lot from these refresher courses.

      Medirest Services - Security Manager

    • Very professional instructors with good background knowledge of the Ambulance Service. Always willing to suggest solutions to possible problems.

      South Central Ambulance Service

    • Maybo's licensed programme gives us the control and flexibility we need to train our staff effectively.

      Surrey & Borders Partnership NHS Trust

    • The Maybo Train the Trainer programme has enabled us to deliver Maybo’s excellent training to staff with our own trainers who have the knowledge and experience of the issues faced by the organisation. Staff in high-risk roles were given the confidence to deal safely with violent incidents.

      NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde

    • The training design was based on a comprehensive Training Needs Analysis informed by a bespoke staff survey and review of incidents. It has been an incredibly thorough and risk/evidence-based approach. Evaluation of this training by security and clinical staff has been very positive.

      Brighton & Sussex University Hospital NHS Trust - Head of Security

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