Level 3 handcuff training instructor course being carried out



Who is the level 3 handcuff instructor course designed for?

Trainers who wish to teach the Safe Application and Removal of Restraint Equipment (ie; Rigid, Hinged, Chain-linked and/or Soft Cuffs). 


In order to be able to deliver the safe application and removal of restraint equipment training, all trainers should hold currently recognised Teaching, Conflict Management and Physical Intervention delivery of training qualifications or BTEC awards.  


The handcuff training instrutors course also covers the use of safer restraint holding prior to applying mechanical restraints also known as handcuffs. The legal duty of care, human rights, the reporting of the use of force and policies and procedures relating to the management of risk.

Why train with us?


A wealth of experiance 

We have delivered training, presentations, webinars, talks, advice and guidance to operational and support staff across the UK, Europe, South Africa, Canada, USA and the Caribbean for many year.


This course comes with access to our resource area were you can stay on top and up-to-date with your training. 

Level 3 Handcuff training instructor course syllabus:

  • Knowledge check and recap conflict resolution and physical intervention skills

  • Know the types of cuffing equipment currently available for use

  • Understand the law relating to the use of restraint equipment

  • Understand the medical implications regarding the use of restraint equipment

  • Demonstrate the safe application and removal of restraint equipment 

  • Review post incident management and welfare support 

  • Deliver instruction in the safe use of restraint equipment

What are the benefits of the handcuff training course? 

You will be qualified to deliver the safe application and removal of restraint equipment (as taught on the course) training across all sectors. 


You will also have all the necessary training documentation and materials to allow you to be fully resourced to delivery you own courses.


The techniques taught on this course have been reviewed and medically risk assessed.

Delivery, assessment and certification

  • Formal presentation, discussion, group work and practical exercises.

  • Learners knowledge is evidenced by verbal or written questioning.

  • The course is nationally recognised, accredited and certificated.

Post handcuff training support is offered as part of our client customer service provision