A Road To Recovery and A Very Inspirational Message For You

How What You Do Can Literally Change Someone’s Life – A Road To Recovery and A Very Inspirational Message For You

This was a lovely and unexpected video message that I received from Jonathan this morning.

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The Qualifications & Competence You Need To Run The EFAW Course

The Qualifications & Competence You Need To Run The EFAW Course

Many trainers who currently deliver SIA license linked qualifications through their respective Awarding Organisations (AO), may now be considering also running the 1 x day Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) course. This is because as of April 2020, all learners attending all SIA license to practice award course will have to provide evidence of having attended a 1 x … Read more

SIA Changes For Door Supervisors and Security Guards From 1st April 2021

SIA Changes For Door Supervisors and Security Guards From April 2021

The SIA (Security Industry Authority) has announced changes to Door Supervisors and Security Guard Professionals training. For new license applications this comes into effect from April 2021 and for license renewals the additional  ‘top-up training’ will come into effect from October this year (2021). Awarding organisations are currently working to finalise the qualification and units and they should be available … Read more

Why Change Your Restraint System For The Sake of Certification

Why Change Your Restraint System For The Sake of Certification? There is currently a problem that exists in our industry.

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Why We Sometimes Fail To Act When We Should

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More On The Level 3 Assessors Awards

Here is some more information on the Level 3 Assessors Awards that all trainers running regulated qualifications must hold by March 2022.

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What Makes a Properly Qualified and Competent Restraint Trainer

As from 2022 all trainers delivering regulated qualifications in physical intervention/physical restraint/pmva/positive handling, etc., must all have, in addition to their trainer certificate, a recognised teaching qualification and a recognised assessor qualification.

This video explains and if you’d like to find out more about our five-day BTEC Level 3 Restraint Instructor Award Course where you can gain these qualifications, then please go to this web-page – https://www.nfps.info/physical-intervention-trainer-course/

Handcuffing and Covid In 2021 – Podcast

Handcuffs and Covid in 2021 – Physical restraint is a hazardous activity in it’s own right, and now with the covid infection and death rates rising once again combined with the rising tide of violence against staff, I want to broach the subject of handcuffing and how handcuffs and other forms of mechanical restraint devices can help reduce the risk … Read more

The Compassionate Use of Force

The Compassionate Use of Force

The Compassionate Use of Force I have been thinking a lot lately about the aspect of compassion in our daily lives, it’s a benefit to ourselves as individuals, and also the benefit of compassion as a greater good to the greater world community. The problem that I have been analysing and contemplating is how compassion fits in with those of … Read more

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