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The price of this course is £100 (group discounts are available). Please call +44 7922 684720 to enrol on this course, as we have limited spaces available.
We can also deliver this course anywhere in the UK at anytime for groups of 8 or more, please contact us for details
This course is designed for persons who, as part of their job may have to extract or detain people using Control & Restraint. This may include Civilian Enforcement Security Officers, Crowd Management Officers, Close Protection & Retail Security Officers, Health Care staff, Bailiffs, Security Organizations, Event Organisations Private Prison staff, and Civilian Detention Officers.
The aim of the course is to teach delegates within the guide-lines and the law, the correct use of force (C&R) techniques appropriate to non-compliant and violent individuals and to provide a competent physical intervention training programme for staff that are expected to engage in physical intervention and Control & Restraint as part of their employment. And to provide a basic understanding of the law supporting the use of physical intervention (C&R)
To allow the delegate to practice Control & Restraint techniques in a controlled environment and to instruct the delegate on the following knowledge and skills
- The Law in relation to the use of physical force
- The various appropriate technical physical skills required for the competent application of Control & Restraint including appropriate methods
of restraining, holding still and containing a person in an ethical but compliant manner
- Explain the risks associated with the use of physical force for the purpose which is used in physical intervention and Control & Restraint
- Highlighting the Medical Implications involved in the use of Control & Restraint
This course comprises of both a theoretical training and practical elements. The theory sessions include current and relevant guidelines, our instructor’s personal experiences, best practice and legislative guidance, these are conveyed in presentations and class discussions to encourage the delegate to interact and learn.
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