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Physical Intervention

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Suitable for:

This unit is intended for people who want to work in the private security industry and who require an SIA licence to practice. It covers the knowledge and understanding and/or skills for areas that are relevant to the role of a Door Supervisor and/or deal with conflict as part of your role.

Course Content:

  • Understanding Physical Interventions (PI)
  • Legal and Professional Implications of Their Use
  • Defensive Physical Skills
  • Physical Interventions
  • Restrictive Interventions
  • Non Restrictive Interventions
  • Positive Alternatives to PI
  • Primary Controls/Secondary Controls
  • Last Resort
  • Reducing the Risk of Harm Associated with the Use of Physical Interventions
  • Dynamic Risk Assessment
  • Threat Assessment
  • Risk Factors – Medical Consequences
  • Risk Factors – Situational
  • Risk Factors – Individual
  • Reducing the Risk of Harm
  • Responsibilities Following Use of PI
  • Practical Training

This unit is intended for people that want to work in the private security industry and require an SIA licence. It covers the knowledge and understanding required for the role of a door supervisor or any security professional dealing with conflict as part of their role.

Aims and Objectives:

Covering the knowledge and understanding and/or skills for areas that are relevant to the role of a door supervisor. This course can also be used by any businesses that have staff who deal with conflict as part of their role.

Course Duration: 1 day

Maximum Participants: 12

Exam: Theory and Practical

Location: Flexible – our venue, your premises

Certification: 3 years