DELIVERING PHYSICAL INTERVENTION TRAINING
Who is the course designed for?
To support individuals who wish to teach the use of physical intervention and control and restraint techniques and skills to staff who work in known high-risk areas. Entry requirements onto the course include evidence of a recognised Teaching and Conflict Management trainer’s award’s or working individually towards both awards. The Teaching and Conflict Management awards can be taught as part of an extended course programme.
Through pre-course reading, classroom theories and practical skills application:
Refresh Conflict Management training – from a Level 3 perspective
Dealing with anatomical variances
Know the law relating to the use of reasonable force and self defence
Demonstrate Disengagement, escorting, guiding and restraint techniques
Aftercare and post incident reporting procedures
Deliver instruction in the application of physical intervention techniques
Post training support is offered as part of our client customer service provision
What are the benefits of this course?
You will be qualified to deliver physical intervention (non-restrictive and restrictive) techniques 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 to the standards set by the Institute of Conflict Management.
Delivery, assessment and certification
Formal presentation, group work and practical exercises
Learners knowledge is through group discussion
The course is nationally recognised and certificated