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2886 and Physical Intervention combined six-day course

Who is this course for?

This course is for people who desire to become teachers of SIA Door Supervisors courses and have already obtained their PTLLS (Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector) qualification.

This combined course will award you with the City and Guilds 2886 Conflict Management Trainers qualification as well as the Level 3 Award for Deliverers of Physical Intervention Training.

 

Entry Requirements

The PTLLS qualification is needed in order to take this six day course. The PTLLS training course is also provided by Security Training Solutions Ltd.

Proof of identification (passport or drivers licence) is a requirement along with proof of address.

 

Assessment and Certification

You will be assessed on three multiple choice examinations and one practical assessment in which you will undergo a physical intervention. Upon completion of the course you will be awarded a certificate that is nationally recognised as part of your SIA License giving you the opportunity to teach SIA training courses.
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2886 Conflict Management Training:

This course is perfect for those who desire to train their security personnel such as Door Supervisors and ‘front of house’ staff’. You will teach conflict management to adults in a workplace or college according to the requirements of the SIA. This course will teach you how to train others in security roles of conflict managements with confidence when delivering your classes. You will have the knowledge and confidence to plan and deliver lessons, design conflict management scenarios, apply conflict management knowledge to practical settings, teach others how to assess and reduce the risk of violence and be a vital member of your training team.

 

Physical Intervention Training:

The course will teach you how to explain the factors that are vital to the effective and safe delivery of physical intervention skills. The elements of this course will demonstrate how to assess the training environment, the methods of how to reduce risks in physical intervention training, ensure all participants are physically fit and able to take part safely and accordingly.  Teachers must be able to explain different factors that are critical to the effective and safe delivering of physical intervention skills. You will also learn how to plan a Physical Intervention lesson which bides by the rules of SIA Physical Intervention syllabus.

 

Course Content

 

2886 Conflict Management Training

The modules are the following:

  • Introduction
  • Preventing Conflict
  • Managing Conflict
  • Learn from Conflict

 

Physical Intervention Training

  • Level 3 Award for Deliverers of Physical Intervention Training in the Private Security Industry (QCF) Unit Mandatory units Credit Level
  • Physical Intervention Skills for the Private Security Industry
  • Delivering Physical Intervention Skills Training
  • Examine the requirements of Health and Safety statute and associated Regulations and show how they apply to physical restraint.

 

To provide students with the best possible training along with compliance with Health and Safety requirements there will be a maximum of 12 students to one trainer. This ensures students maximum quality and attention from their trainers which is especially essential for the challenging Physical Intervention course.

 

Additional information

combined dates

October 23rd, 24th, 26th and 29th to 31st 2012

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