As an approved training provider we deliver accredited training through Edexcel-Pearson, BIIAB, and the Institute of Conflict Management, offering BTEC Awards and other vocational and industry licensed courses. Our philosophy is to provide training and support which promotes proactive strategies to improve all around safety by focusing on the need to prevent, de-escalate and resolve situations of challenging, abusive and confrontational behaviours before they escalate and become difficult to manage. Included as part of the strategy is the need for post incident management and welfare support towards empowering staff confidence as they continue to provide professional day-to-day service support to customers, patients, service-users, passengers and the general public. Our courses support the needs of those seeking career progression of for those staff requiring re-certification as part of their continued professional development within their chosen profession.
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Presentations / workshops
Our courses are designed to enhance staff safety which in turn will improve the overall customer service delivery towards the people you support.
Director and Training Consultant
Following a career in the Army, Trevel began work at Kent Police where he was initially employed as a physical training instructor, delivering police self defence training. Over the years he became the manager of the Training Unit, responsible for the review, delivery and evaluation of their police personal safety training programmes. Before leaving the police service and through continued professional development he became an expert witness reviewing issues relating to the use of reasonable force, training (including physical intervention and the appropriate use of PPE), policies, procedures and working practices. Trevel continues to provide expert witness support.
During the above period Trevel became a member of the Institute of Conflict Management (ICM) before being elected onto the Board, a position I still holds today. He remains a member of a number of expert panels; reviewing the need to reduce the need for restraint and restrictive interventions, and, reviewing the use of appropriate physical intervention techniques.
Trevel has delivered training across European countries, South Africa, Caribbean, USA as well as around the UK.
He was the co-author of a published review ‘Occurrence of Injuries during Officer Safety Training at Kent Police’ which was published in the Police Journal (2009) Volume 82.
Trevel has given interviews on TV and radio regarding the use of reasonable force, the safe carriage and application of personal protective equipment and the physiological and psychological effects upon the human body when anticipating imminent danger!