Personal Safety Awareness Trainer
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This Personal Safety Awareness Trainer Course course has been designed for you if you are interested in keeping other people safe, whether that be at work, lone working or when out socially on their own, be that walking, riding their bike, driving their car or using public transport.
Today many people are at risk of violence and aggression, sexual harassment, stalking and even having their dogs stolen.
And sadly, some people have been killed when visiting their killer in the community as part of their employed role.
More recently we have seen and heard of the death of Sarah Everard who went missing on 3 March while walking home after visiting a friend in Clapham, south-west London. A week later on the 10th March 33-year-old Sarah’s body was found hidden in an area of woodland near Ashford in Kent. A serving Metropolitan police officer, 48-year-old Wayne Couzens from Deal in Kent, has been charged with her kidnap and murder.
Vigils were held for Sarah all over the UK and in response to Sarah’s death the World Health Organization published a report saying one in three women globally, around 736 million, had been subjected to physical or sexual violence in their lifetimes.
But what’s even sadder is that some many of the risks that these unfortunate people were exposed to (and that others will be exposed to in the future) could have been averted by either them and/or their employers taking some simple steps with regards to their personal safety.
This is what this Personal Safety Awareness Trainer Course is all about. It’s about giving you all of the knowledge and the tools to assist you in delivering your own personal safety awareness courses to whoever you wish.
The Risk of Knives and Edged Weapons
On the 17th July 2020 the Office for National Statistics stated that in the 12 months to March 2020, knife crime rose in England and Wales by 6%, with London seeing a larger increase of 7%. This means that knife crime has risen by 78% from 2015, with offence numbers increasing from 26,974 to 46,265 in 5 years.
Knife crime will change people’s lives, but not just the life of the victim, but also the lives of their families and friends who will carry the loss and trauma with them for the rest of their lives.
This is why our Personal Safety Awareness Trainer Course has two modules in it on Knife and Edged Weapon Awareness.
The Risk of Lone Working
According to statistics from the British Safety Council’s crime survey released in 2018, as many as 150 lone workers are attacked either physically or verbally every day in the UK and this figure only takes into account the reported incidents. It doesn’t take into account any unreported incidents or the actual threat of violence itself.
To put that number into context it is estimated that there are approximately between 6-8 million people across the UK who can be classed as lone workers one source estimates that they believe that 54,750 lone workers are attacked each year.
This is why this course includes a specific module on Lone Worker Safety.
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“I have to say, right from the initial point of contact through the NFPS website I found the level of professionalism from Mark totally outstanding. This matched with his enthusiasm and knowledge lead me to purchase an additional two more programmes. These were fantastic, ‘done exactly what it said on the tin’ and more. I’m booked onto the next self-defence instructors award, can’t wait!
The Personal Safety Awareness Trainer ‘online’ Couse was excellent. I couldn’t recommend this course highly enough. Anyone looking to teach personal safety or even update their qualifications, this course will give you the perfect skill set for moving to the next level…
Look forward to meeting you in October!
“I have started the NFPS Level 3 Personal Safety Awareness Trainer Course, I have to say that I am very impressed with the course so far.
Thank you Mark Dawes.