I’m quite excited about the fact that we will soon be launching our New & Updated NFPS Level 3 Risk Assessment Course and this is just a quick overview of what the course contains to give you an insight of what’s coming – and if you are involved in managing violence at work and/or physical restraint/intervention training, or if you are a trainer advising managers and organisations about what they need, then this course has to be a must for you.
Over the last few weeks and months I’ve been talking about the importance of risk assessments and if you like to see an interview I did with a very senior and well-respected Health & Safety Professional, watch the video below and then click here – https://markdawes.clickfunnels.com/optin30563652
NFPS Ltd will not be seeking accreditation under the new PI accreditation scheme that is due to come into effect in April 2020. We were hoping that a second option to attain accreditation through UKAS would be available, but due to the restrictions that will be imposed on any agency seeking to become a UKAS accredited centre for the delivery … Read more
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My Dad was never one for giving advice, but just before I left to join the Royal Navy, he gave me one piece of advice which has been instrumental in virtually every career and business decision I’ve ever made.
The ‘Law of Unintended Consequences’
You may have been on a training course where a trainer has said something that you felt wasn’t right. You may have even challenged the trainer but got ‘fobbed off’ with a stock answer.
What Does ‘Suitable and Sufficient Mean, with regards to risk assessments?
What is The Proper Student To Instructor Ratio for Supervision in the Gym? This is a question I get asked quite regularly and I also get asked “is there any law anywhere that dictates what the student to instructor ratio should be?