Positive Handling for Teachers Trainer Course

This course is specifically designed for teachers who want to become Positive Handling Trainers in the education sector

This 3 day course will enable you to confidently deliver BTEC Level 2 Award courses to an Awarding Body standard (Ofqual regulated) within the education sector. 

On completion of the course you will receive access to free access online resources. You can run physical elements in modular sessions and run courses when you need them without restriction.

So what's in the course...

This course provides a thorough review of all legal aspects regarding the use of physical intervention with pupils, as well as the knowledge and skills to teach physical techniques.

We provide you with all materials required to deliver the course including, Risk Assessments; Lesson Plans; Safety Briefs and Safe Systems of work to follow to ensure the safe running of courses

All our courses can be tailored to your specific requirements, at no additional cost.

Here are the learning objectives:

  • Understanding legislation and guidance relating to the positive handling of children and young people
  • Know what is meant by the term “challenging behaviour”
  • Understand communication and how it may impact on a person’s behaviour
  • Understand the crisis cycle and develop strategies to deal with or prevent behaviours that challenge
  • Understand how setting and conditions can impact on a person’s behaviour
  • Know what “Positional Asphyxia” is and it's associated signs and symptoms
  • Understand other risks associated with physical intervention and how to evaluate and minimise those risks
  • Know and understand what is meant be the term “Reasonable Force
  • Know when it is appropriate to use positive handling/break away techniques, and how to apply and de-escalate them
  • Know the difference between “Escorting” “Holding” and “Restraining”
  • Explore when it may be necessary, appropriate and proportionate to use more restrictive techniques

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What our clients say about this course..

Our Positive Handling for Teachers Trainer Course was developed to give trainers within the education sector more freedom.  We are very proud of the amazing feedback we have received and I hope you will take a minute to check out "Our Clients"  page to see what they have said about us.

Stuart Rutter

Education Training Manager: Catch 22

Lynne Dalby

Project Co-ordinator: Catch 22

Chris Allbutt Head of Quality, Curriculum and People

Head of Quality, Curriculum and People

As a geographically dispersed group of Alternative Provision schools, Oakwood provided the solution to a consistent approach to the safe and positive handling of students. Our staff now have the confidence to deliver training in house in order to keep staff and students safe across our schools

Lynne Dalby Project Co-Ordinator - Catch 22

Project Co-Ordinator - Catch 22

The BTEC Level 2 Award in Disengagement and Physical Intervention was both informative and fun to do. I found the legislation section really useful, which in turn has given me the confidence to make those all important decisions around using force. The trainers were confident and very experienced and the course paperwork was easy to follow and complete.

Check out "Our Clients" page to see what they have said about us.

Satisfaction Guaranteed

We know that you and your staff will love this course. Remember, we can alter any content to suit your specific needs to ensure you get the most out of your training. If, for whatever reason, you are unhappy with the course, we will give you a full refund.. 

What others have asked...

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