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ICM-QUALITY AWARD CENTRE ACCREDITATION

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To assist training providers and commissioners in selecting quality Training providers, we developed the ICM-Quality Award Centre accreditation. Initially only available in one format we now offer 3 levels of QAC Accreditation:

ICM-QAC LEVEL 1

The awarding of the ICM-QAC Accreditation at Level 1 signifies an organisation is: compliant with the ICM quality assurance procedures for delivering training in the prevention and management of work related violence; and adheres to the ICM Codes of Practice. It is recommended that organisations delivering physical interventions or breakaway training has at least one trainer registered that holds the ICM-Physical Skill Trainer Award (ICM-PSTA).

Details of the ICM-PSTA award and how to achieve it are available on request.

ICM-QAC LEVEL 2

The awarding of the ICM-QAC Accreditation at Level 2 signifies an organisation is: compliant with the ICM quality assurance procedures for delivering training in the prevention and management of challenging behaviour in health and social care (*and Education) settings (theory only). The accreditation includes evidence of compliance with the DoH Guidance: Positive and Proactive Care-reducing the need for restrictive interventions and NICE Guidance: the short term management of disturbed/violent behaviour in in-patient psychiatric settings and emergency departments.

*Additional evidence of a background of working in education settings may be required

 

ICM-QAC LEVEL 3

The awarding of the ICM-QAC Accreditation at Level 3 signifies an organisation is: compliant with the ICM quality assurance procedures for delivering training in the prevention and management of challenging behaviour in health and social care (*and Education) settings. The accreditation includes evidence of compliance with the DoH Guidance: Positive and Proactive Care-reducing the need for restrictive interventions and NICE Guidance: the short term management of disturbed/violent behaviour in in-patient psychiatric settings and emergency departments. Lead trainers will be required to hold an ICM-Physical Skills Tutor’s Award.

*Additional evidence of a background of working in education settings may be required

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