Services for Children's Residential Homes

Online procedures for Independent and Local Authority children's residential homes.

Independent Children's Residential Home Procedures

tri.x can provide a set of procedures specifically for Independent Children’s Residential Homes which give your organisation the regulatory framework required to keep staff and children safe, as well as the facility to include local information and guidance specific to your organisation.
We manage and update all core content in real time on your behalf, ensuring the procedures remain up to date. Localised content can be updated by you when required.

Key benefits include:

  • Framework reflecting Regulations and Quality Standards
  • Central updating service
  • Inclusion of local material managed flexibly by you
  • Reliable and recognised supplier
  • One version available 24/7 

Local Authority Children's Homes

Children’s homes provide support and care for the most vulnerable children and young people, so it is important residential staff have access to procedures, policies and guidance which safeguard children and young people in their care.

  • Procedures are available 24/7
  • Links to government statutory guidance and Quality Standards
  • Access to Local Resources

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Foundations for best practice in children’s homes


It goes without saying how hard so many residential care staff work, looking after some of the most vulnerable people in our society, encountering daily challenges that little or no training could ever fully equip them for. The personal and emotional cost can sometimes be very high. 

Thus the Residential Care Matters (RCM) programme provides a ‘value base’ benchmark for staff teams and managers over a range of everyday topics with a focus on consistency of care. By building and maintaining a sound shared value base, a team can greatly improve the outcomes for children as well as improve workforce morale. 

Developed by a group of professionals who not only have a significant degree of expertise in social care and social work but a very real and everyday experience of working in children's homes, RCM courses are designed to be delivered either by one of our experienced trainers, ‘in house’ by a supervisor, manager or experienced support workers. No prior training experience is required. 

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Combining expertise through training, consultancy, procedures and direct work to improve the lives of vulnerable children and adults.