British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD)
NAPPI has had a relationship with BILD since 2003, when NAPPI was first accredited under the Physical Intervention Training Accreditation Scheme (PITAS).
NAPPI held accreditation, until the scheme was replaced by the Restraint Reduction Network (RRN) Training Standards. NAPPI was one of the first companies to gain certification under the new scheme. For more details on the scheme please click here.
See NAPPI listed on the BILD ACT certified organsations page here
Over the years there have been many high-lights of the accreditation process, especially those recognising the work that NAPPI has undertaken to develop Co-Production and our work with Experts-by-Experience. For example:
The first service user to present at panel
"A very good and clear presentation of evidence including the presentation by Tony, the first service user to present at panel."
Feedback from the BILD (20 June 2013)
The first (and only) service user to become a BILD Accredited trainer
"The development of a service user to achieve the status of trainer, at a pace dictated by the service user with skilled and sensitive use of support, is an exemplary piece of work that could serve as a model for other organisations."
Feedback from the BILD (8 June 2016)
The first service user to present to the RRN panel
"The presentation by members of the NAPPI co-production team centred exclusively on the processes and practice of co-production in NAPPI. This was a particularly genuine and impressive presentation and was further amplified by subsequent discussion."
"It was felt by the panel that this was an excellent presentation and in fact NAPPI could be considered as an exemplar of the process and principles of Co-Production."
Feedback from the BILD ACT (October 2019)
NAPPI are certified under BILD ACT (Association of Certified Training) as complying with the Restraint Reduction Network (RRN) Training Standards (2019).
For more information about how NAPPI can support your organisation to meet the RRN Training Standards, please call 01723 353353 or use the contact form here.