NFPS June 2017 Conference

 22nd June 2017

Early, Early Bird Discount Only £75.00 + Vat 

  Or Call Us On 02392 460815 or Email Us at: markdawes@nfps.info

 

The Venue

The Auditorium, Liverpool John Moores University, The Redmonds Building, Brownlow Hill, Liverpool. L3 5UG.

The Speakers

Conference Chair - Eric Baskind - LLB (Hons), LLM, MCIArb, FRSA, FHEA

Eric's talk at the Conference will be about - (1) "Physical Interventions – Policies, Techniques and Controversies”. (2) "Update on current cases, including the implications of the Thomas Orchard “spit hood” case and McDowall v G4S on handcuffing and the Human Rights Act"

To Read Eric's full biography click here: Eric Baskind's Bio

Back By Popular Demand - Barry Winbolt Msc



Barry's talk at the Conference will be about - "The Psychology of Conflict – How to Intervene Effectively and When to Stop Talking"

Barry Winbolt will outline the psychology of conflict,  explain some of the common mental traps we fall into, and the tactics for avoiding them. He'll conclude with his three-point plan: how to avoid escalation (on a good day).

To Read Barry's full biography click here: Barry's Biography.

Dr.Faisil Sethi MA (Cantab) MBBS FRCPsych MScDIC DipStat LLM



Faisil's talk at the Conference will be about - "Medical and Psychiatric Themes in Restraint"

To read Faisil's full biography click here: Faisil's Biography.

Dr. Owen Price


Owen's talk at the Conference will be about "Developing Research on De-escalation Techniques in Mental Health Settings"

To read Owen's full biography and to see an overview of what his presentation will be about click here: Owen's Biography and Presentation Overview.

Mark Dawes

Mark Dawes, Director of NFPS Ltd, Published Author and Motivational Speaker.

Mark's talk at the Conference will be about - "The Science & Psychology of Conflict including the ‘Universal Human Phobia’ and Stress Inoculation"

Colan Ash BSc, MSc, CMIOSH, RSP, CChem, MRSC



Colan's talk at the Conference will be about - "How your risk assessment can help to Improve the competiveness and marketability of your training programmes and services"

To read Colan's full biography click here: Colan's Biography.

The Conference Programme

08:30 Arrival (Refreshments & Networking)

09:00 - 09:15: Introduction & Opening Address by Eric Baskind Chair of Conference

09:15 - 09:30: Welcome to the University by Dave Selfe, Director of School of Law

0930 - 1020 - Eric Baskind - (1) "Physical Interventions – Policies, Techniques and Controversies”. (2) "Update on current cases, including the implications of the Thomas Orchard “spit hood” case and McDowall v G4S on handcuffing and the Human Rights Act"

1020 - 1050 - Mark Dawes - "The Science & Psychology of Conflict including the ‘Universal Human Phobia’ and Stress Inoculation"

1050 - 1120 - Tea  & Coffee Break

1120 - 1200 - Barry Winbolt - "The ‘Three-Point Plan’ on How To Avoid Escalation"

1200 - 1230- Panel Question & Answer Session

1230 - 1330 - Buffet Lunch

1300 - 1410 - Dr. Owen Price - "Developing research on de-escalation techniques in mental health settings"

1410 - 1450 - Dr Faisil Sethi - "Medical and Psychiatric Themes in Restraint"

1450 - 1510 - Tea  & Coffee Break

1510 - 1550 - Colan Ash - "How your risk assessment can help to Improve the competiveness and marketability of your training programmes and services"

1550 - 1620 - Panel Question & Answer Session

Early, Early Bird Discount Only £75.00 + Vat 

Or Call Us On 02392 460815 or Email Us at: markdawes@nfps.info