Physical Restraint Practice Training
Conflict management training at your venue anywhere in the UK
Physical Restraint Practice Training Course Benefits:
By the end of this training course delegates will be able to:
- Understand the law to protect themselves and others.
- Have the physical skills to handle potentially violent situations.
- Have the physical skills to handle mild to very aggressive violent situations.
- Have the physical skills to safely control others whilst being compliant with legislation.
Physical Restraint Practice Training Course Overview.
Do you know how to control and diffuse a situation that is turning physical and violent?
Would you know how to guarantee the safety of you and those around you?
The Physical Restraint Practice training course addresses these issues and is for anyone working with the general public who requires the full range of physical intervention and restraint skills.
It is suitable for all employees who deal with difficult enquiries/complaints from members of the public, on a regular basis and those employees considered at risk of aggression whilst at work, for example, lone workers in the community and places where the public visit.
Reviews from people who have attended our courses
“Very enjoyable session. Trainer encouraged discussion and participation and made it relevant to our work environment” A. George, Kingston Hospital
Training course aims:
The Physical Restraint Practice training course is for anyone working with the general public who may encounter conflict and may be required to physically hold or restrain people in the course of their job. It provides delegates with the specialised knowledge, understanding and skills to use appropriate physical restraint techniques.
The Physical Restraint Practice training course is a one day duration course and on completion all delegates receive a Certificate in Physical Restraint Practice accredited by GoodSense Training.
By the end of the course, delegates will be able to:
- Investigate Reasonable Force in relation to physical restraint.
- Explore the requirements of The Human Rights Act 1998 and how they apply to physical restraint.
- Examine the requirements of Health and Safety statute and associated regulations and show how they apply to physical restraint.
- Evaluate the risks associated with physical restraint and explore how to minimise those risks.
- Identify and describe the relevant Acts of Parliament and other government regulations in relation to the physical restraint of vulnerable individuals and groups.
- Differentiate between holding, escorting and restraining and non-harmful seated restraint techniques and how to apply them.
- Demonstrate and explain how to gradually de-escalate and relax restraint to allow the subject being restrained to regain self-control.
- Explore the risks associated with alcohol and drugs, knives and other forms of edged weapons in relation to the use of physical restraint.
- Investigate the difference between non-harmful methods of control and more restrictive methods of control and when the use of such methods would be considered appropriate.
To find out more information about our course you can download the pdf below, you can contact us or speak to one of our friendly advisors on 0113 258 0035