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Trainer’s Charter

Studio 3 sets high standards and have high expectations of all trainers.  To maintain standards our ‘Charter of Trainers’ is given to all qualified trainers as a minimum set of  standards.  Currently a 15 point document this covers the most important issues from the approach and development of trainers to describing some of the main techniques.

Training Trainers

We recognise that for our model to be sustainable, we need to train trainers for organisations.
Our high programme quality standards mean that it takes a minimum of 18 working days to become a Studio 3 trainer, others train people very rapidly (6-10 days as a range).
We also audit our trainers.

Steve Allison Introduction

Steve introduces himself, his Studio 3 responsibilities and what the train the Trainers course is.

Proven techniques in realistic settings

Trainers will teach Studio 3 methods of physical intervention in ‘non matted’ areas that reflect the working environment where methods are applied. We also train your staff to become trainers and support them with this.

Lessons learnt from Winterbourne experience

The abuse of service users by staff at Winterbourne View has been a reminder that such practices can occur in any organisation and indeed any country. When supporting the most vulnerable in society we must be aware that staff should remain constantly vigilant.

What makes us special?

We are the originators of the low arousal approach.

This crisis management approach has evolved into a philosophy of behaviour management. The central key to the approach is that we have to be highly reflective practitioners to work with people who are in a state of hyperarousal.
We recognise that people who experience meltdowns require a sensitive approach. To do ths we have to take their perspective. We always begin by asking the question ‘how would I like to be treated in such circumstances?’ Our world leading training model has had positive impacts on supporters across a wide range of cultures.

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