NVC Awareness are delighted to work in partnership with the following organisations
Setting Standards In The Prevention and Management Of Agressional Behaviour and Conflict In The Work Place
The ICM was set up with the support of the Health and Safety Executive in 2000, the year of the ICM’s incorporation.
The ICM has a remit to set and monitor standards in managing work related challenging aggressive and violent behaviour, to educate trainers and provide them with high standards to operate to, and to educate training commissioners and purchasers about the need to buy in to training that operates to the ICM standards (and other relevant sector standards where relevant) and is provided according to risk assessment and training need.
Kent Invicta Chamber offers a membership service that is designed to enhance, protect and connect your business.
The Chamber provides, Membership services, Business Advice, International Trade services, Representation and much more.
If your ambitions stretch beyond the UK, then we can connect you to accredited British Chambers of Commerce across the world through our Global Business Network
Kent County Council is a county council that governs most of the county of Kent in England.
It is the upper tier of elected local government, below which are 12 district councils, and around 300 town and parish councils.
The county council has 84 elected councillors. The chief executive and chief officers are responsible for the day-to-day running of the council. Paul Carter is the leader of the council.
It is one of the largest local authorities in England in terms of population served and the largest local authority of its type
Maidstone Borough Council (MBC) is the second level local authority for the Borough of Maidstone in Kent, United Kingdom.
The Local Government Act 1972 created the Borough of Maidstone by merging Maidstone Municipal Borough, Maidstone Rural District and Hollingbourne Rural District.
Maidstone Borough Council was established as the local authority for the new borough.
It took over the responsibilities of Maidstone Municipal Borough Council, Maidstone Rural District Council and Hollingbourne Rural District Council in its area.
Tunbridge Wells Borough Council is the local authority for the Borough of Tunbridge Wells.
The Council is composed of 48 councillors representing 20 wards across the borough.
Eight wards are within Royal Tunbridge Wells itself including Broadwater, Culverden; Pantiles & St Marks; Park; Rusthall; Sherwood & St John’s and St. James.
The remainder are rural wards covering the other main towns and villages.
Gravesham is a local government district with borough status in north-west Kent, England. Its administrative centre and largest town is Gravesend, which was known as Gravesham in ancient times.
It borders the Borough of Dartford and Sevenoaks District to the west, the Borough of Tonbridge and Malling to the south, the Medway unitary authority to the east and the Thurrock unitary authority of Essex to the north, via the River Thames.
Gravesham is twinned with Cambrai in Picardy, France. The present borders of Gravesham parliamentary constituency are almost the same as those of the borough.
Ashford Borough Council is a local authority which provides services to residents in Ashford, Tenterden and a large network of surrounding villages.
Our services include keeping the streets clean and collecting rubbish, renting out social housing (council houses and flats), providing leisure facilities and play areas and processing council tax and housing benefits.
We deal with local planning applications for everything from a conservatory to major developments, and if you are buying a home in the borough we can provide you with a comprehensive land search service.
Swale Borough Council is elected every four years, with currently 47 councillors being elected at each election.
After the Conservatives had a majority on the council from 1976 to 1986, no party had overall control from 1986 until the 2002 election when the Conservatives regained control.
The Conservatives have held their majority since then and as of the last election in 2015 the council is composed of the following councillors
Canterbury City Council is the local authority for the City of Canterbury district of Kent.
Canterbury City Council provides district council services to 160,000 people living in Canterbury, Herne Bay, Whitstable and the surrounding villages.
The council employs around 500 staff. There are 39 elected councillors and the council is run by a Conservative administration.
We conduct in-depth training needs analysis to ensure all training is relevant, up to date and specific to the equipment being used by the host nation. We believe in building long term self-sufficiency and ‘through life’ capability that enhances operational effectiveness, in line with long term strategic objectives. This includes guidance on the implementation of tactics, techniques and procedures, equipment maintenance and supply chain sourcing.
We are one of the South East’s largest colleges, with more than 5,000 students and hundreds of qualifications.
We are based in the student-friendly city of Canterbury and have a sister campus in Sheppey.
We’ve created an environment where people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities can meet, learn and grow.
Our courses combine professional-standard facilities, industry specialist tutors and outstanding student support.
We’re the independent regulator of health and adult social care in England.
We make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and we encourage care services to improve.
We work with other organisations to share information and improve the way care is regulated.
Serveco has been providing night support personnel for supported & sheletered housing schemes for over 10 years.
We work with housing associations and provide night support workers to cover hostels during the night.
Working sympathetically with vulnerbale residents we provide continuous support including full out of hours cover.
For 30 years we have put people at the heart of everything we do.
We support vulnerable people in Maidstone, Medway and across Kent, either at home, work or abroad and in the community to live their lives as independently as possible.
We are firmly committed to driving up the quality of care and support and are not prepared to compromise on this.
Safer Handling are specialist providers of risk reduction solutions to those working in all sectors including, education, children’s services and health, care and PMVA.
Our strategy is to empower organisations through professional legal guidance on the use of force with children, young people, vulnerable adults and other service users, enabling them to implement common sense and audit-able policies and procedures to minimise risk surrounding the management of challenging behaviours.
3CP Training’s name derives from the words we hold closest to our business ethos: Caring because we really do aim to provide the best service to our clients.
Competent becuase our training and other services are performed to the highest standard.
Competitive as any savings we can make within our organisation are passed on to our clients.
Mark Solutions was created to bridge the gap between training and employment in the market.
The director of the company has worked many years within this sector and felt the need to have a more direct positive impact for the learners within the job market and to support businesses with specialist and specific needs, so they could grow.
We are fundamentally sector base organization specializing in Health and Social Care, Fashion, Security, Hospitality, Management and Teaching.
We offer a comprehensive peace of mind service that can handle all of your licensing needs.
If you own or operate licensed premises you would have had to deal with licensing or associated issues.
We have helped numerous clients protect, enhance and/or save their Premises Licence.