BTEC Level 2 Intermediate Award in Physical Restraint Practices

In Orpington

£ 175 VAT exempt
  • Typology

    BTEC

  • Location

    Orpington

  • Duration

    2 Days

Description

To Teach Law and techniques to those who may at some time have to restraint methods.
Suitable for: Those working in the following industries: Nursing, Security, Teaching, Council Workers

Important information

Government funding available

Facilities

Location

Starts

Orpington (Kent)
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Cray Avenue, BR5 3RS

Starts

On request

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None

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Teachers and trainers (2)

Dilip Banerjee

Dilip Banerjee

Trainer/Director

Over 10 years operational experiance within the security industry

Trevor Cooper

Trevor Cooper

Trainer/Director

Over 15 years of security experaince and training.

Course programme

The BTEC Level 2 Intermediate Award in Physical Restraint Practice for Security Staff and Door Supervisors course allows for all staff the opportunity to achieve a Nationally Recognised Level 2 vocationally specific qualification on the knowledge, understanding and skills learners need to undertake appropriate and effective physical restraint to an intermediate standard.

To successfully achieve the award delegates will be required to:

Understand Reasonable Force in relation to physical restraint by reference to Common & Criminal Law.

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.

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 of 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.

£ 175 VAT exempt