DELIVERING PHYSICAL (INTERVENTION) SKILLS TRAINING
Who is the course designed for?
Already qualified physical intervention, physical restraint, control and restraint, trainers who wish to continue to deliver physical intervention (non-restrictive, restrictive, positive handling, safe-holding, safer-restraint and control & restraint techniques) skills across a number of work-related sectors, including Children’s Services, Education, Health Services, Social Care, NHS, Retail Sector, Transport and Public Services. Trainers must hold a current and valid licence (ie; relevant certificates) to practice. In order to receive your Institute of Conflict Management’s (ICM) L323 Delivering Physical Intervention Training Re-certification certificate (ie; licence to practice), trainers must hold a valid, teaching, conflict management and physical intervention teaching/trainer qualifications, or equivalent license's.
Pre-course reading, classroom, practical skills learning and micro-teach observation:
Completion of pre course mandatory assignment
Review professional and legal implications relating to the use of reasonable force
Demonstrate application of the ICM L225 physical intervention skills
Delivery of a physical intervention technique micro-teach
Observation of micro-teach delivery of a physical intervention technique
Post training support is offered as part of our client customer service provision
What are the benefits of this course?
The ICM L323 DPST Re-certification qualification-licence is valid for a period of one year, from the date of issue. The techniques taught on this course have been medically risk assessed to the standards set by the ICM. The ICM was specifically referenced with the Department of Health, 2019 document; Reducing the Need for Restraint and Restrictive Intervention.
Delivery, Assessment and Certification:
Formal presentation, group work and practical exercises
Learners knowledge is through group discussion
The course is nationally recognised and certificated