City & Guilds 1988 Level 3 Physical Intervention Trainers Award (QCF)
Why Attend a City and Guilds Physical Intervention Course?
Physical Intervention Skills may be required in some work environments to enable individuals to manage challenging behaviour safely. Depending on the risks identified within the workplace this can involve anything from avoidance to non-pain disengagement skills through to rescue, escorting and holding skills.
Since June 2010, physical intervention skills have been part of the door supervisor linked qualifications. Trainers offer this qualification must have completed this programme.
This course is intended for trainers who wish to offer physical intervention skills training to individuals or who wish to train other providers; it is not intended for licence applicants.
Physical Intervention Trainers Pack will also provide all attendees on the course with a Level 2 Physical Intervention Trainers Pack to enable you to deliver the Level 2 modules.
- Level 3 Award in Education & Training (QCF)
- Level 3 Delivering Conflict Management Trainers Award (QCF)
- The duration of the Level 3 Physical Intervention Trainers Award is 35 guided learning hours (GLH)
- Assessment is through practical demonstration and questions and answers
- Physical Intervention Skills for the Private Security Industry
- Delivering Physical Intervention Skills
- Examine the requirements of Health & safety statute and associated regulations and show how they apply to physical restraint
Licence to Practice in the Security Industry Course compliant. By undertaking the City & Guilds Level 3 Physical Intervention Trainers Award (QCF) you will be fully qualified to deliver the Level 2 Physical Intervention module.
State of The Art Training (SOTA) combines theory with an exciting practical interactive experience and a delivery style that enables delegates to take an active part in their learning experience. Real group exercises in safe, controlled, realistic training environments are used to make the courses fun, challenging and enjoyable. We try very hard to ensure any presentations are kept interesting and pertinent to the delegates’ needs. We aim to provide individuals and company groups with a ‘one stop shop solution’ by combining courses to maximise the learning experience and ensures time spent with us is cost effective. At State of The Art Training we try where possible to use real examples from the delegates’ own working environments to ensure they can relate to the information provided. Course content is continually updated by our trainers, using delegates’ experiences gained from real life scenarios enabling us to keep the training courses fresh, vibrant and representative of best practice throughout industry.