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This eLearning course explores the risks we may experience and the steps we can take to reduce conflict during these challenging times when working in customer-facing retail and restaurant roles. It highlights how we can communicate positively with customers and keep everyone safe, in addition to covering more regular scenarios, such as angry customers, theft and disruptive behaviours experienced in our shops and restaurants. Individuals and small groups can immediately access this course here. Organisations can deploy it on their own systems at a reduced cost per head. For a quote and tailoring options, get in touch. Read More

This eLearning course is designed for frontline staff who may encounter conflict or work-related violence in their work. It has six parts and an estimated completion time of 1 hour and 40 minutes, but this will vary for each learner. The two modules of this course map directly to Maybo certified classroom modules and therefore can be undertaken as part of a blended learning programme. Read More

This eLearning course is designed for those supporting children and young people who may encounter complex behaviours. It has six parts and an estimated completion time of 2 hours and 15 minutes, but this will vary for each learner. This course maps directly to Maybo's certified classroom modules and therefore can be undertaken as part of a blended learning programme. Read More

This eLearning course is designed for frontline staff who may encounter complex behaviours in their care of service users. It has six parts and an estimated completion time of 2 hours and 15 minutes, but this will vary for each learner. Read More

Any use of physical intervention, especially physical restraint, carries significant risk. This self-study eLearning course provides critical information to anyone in roles where physical intervention may lead to the application of physical restraint.  Combining evidence-based guidance on the medical risks from Dr Anthony Bleetman and good practice methods to reduce risks in settings where restraint may be required to create and maintain safety.  Read More

This eLearning course seeks to help carers of older adults and people living with dementia to ensure the people in their care are treated with respect and dignity and that their individual needs are being understood and being met, all helping to prevent distress and improve quality of life.  It develops learners' ability to take effective, person-centred measures to reduce restrictive practices that might be used intentionally or in some cases without realising they are restricting the person's liberty or autonomy. Read More

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