For many staff involved in the care of others, facing verbal and physical aggression is becoming a fact of life. To take just three examples,

Again and again, staff in these and other workplaces are being asked to deal with challenging behaviour they are ill-equipped to deal with. However, IBA UK now offers a solution for organisations struggling to protect both their staff and their clients.

Experts in the safe, legal use of force

With our professional positive handling service, our trained personnel will act to support your staff. They are skilled at defusing all types of potentially confrontational situations, and can often prevent aggression from escalating in the first place.

Our staff are experts in the safe, legal use of force. When it’s appropriate or necessary, they can prevent clients from damaging themselves or others. The techniques used take full account of Human Rights, Health and Safety and other legislation.

Our positive handling services mean that staff feel secure and supported, and spend more time at their primary function instead of dealing with difficult behaviour. And when there is an incident, they don’t have to navigate their way through the ethical, legislative and safety minefields of holding and restraint.

If you’re interested in what our positive handling service can do for your organisation and your staff, contact us today.

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all-day Level 2 Award for Upskilling Doo... @ IBA UK
Level 2 Award for Upskilling Doo... @ IBA UK
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The course runs from 8:30 – 17:30 on each day. Download full course details This course is required for door supervisors who completed their SIA qualification before the QCF course and are looking to renew their licence. After you have completed the sessions and passed the exam, you can apply for your renewed SIA licence. Who should take this course? You will need to take this extra training if: your qualification was awarded before June 2010, or your qualification was awarded between June and September 2010 and your training course did not include the physical intervention skills module. You do not need to take this extra training if: your qualification was awarded after September 2010, or, your qualification certificate says “[Awarding body name] Level…
all-day Level 2 Award for Upskilling Doo... @ IBA UK
Level 2 Award for Upskilling Doo... @ IBA UK
Sep 21 – Sep 22 all-day
The course runs from 8:30 – 17:30 on each day. Download full course details This course is required for door supervisors who completed their SIA qualification before the QCF course and are looking to renew their licence. After you have completed the sessions and passed the exam, you can apply for your renewed SIA licence. Who should take this course? You will need to take this extra training if: your qualification was awarded before June 2010, or your qualification was awarded between June and September 2010 and your training course did not include the physical intervention skills module. You do not need to take this extra training if: your qualification was awarded after September 2010, or, your qualification certificate says “[Awarding body name] Level…
all-day SIA Level 2 Award – Door Supervi... @ IBAUK
SIA Level 2 Award – Door Supervi... @ IBAUK
Sep 21 – Sep 22 all-day
Highfield Level 2 Award for Working as a Door Supervisor in the Private Security Industry (RQF) Download full course details or visit the training page. Under the Private Security Industry Act 2001, all door supervisors must hold a licence to practice, issued by the Security Industry Authority (SIA). To work as a door supervisor you need to apply for a SIA licence. You cannot get your SIA licence without first attending this training course and gaining the Door Supervisor qualification. Once you have your licence you can start earning and have an exciting career in the security industry earning rates of between £8-10 per hr, and salaries of £19K+ year. Qualification Structure This qualification consists of four units, which learners…
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all-day Security Guarding Training, SIA ... @ IBA UK HQ
Security Guarding Training, SIA ... @ IBA UK HQ
Sep 23 – Sep 25 all-day
Highfield Level 2 Award for Working as a Security Officer within the Private Security (RQF) Under the Private Security Industry Act 2001, all security officers must hold a licence to practice, issued by the Security Industry Authority (SIA).  To work as a security officer you need to apply for a SIA licence.   You cannot get your SIA licence without first attending this training course and gaining the Security Officer qualification.  Once you have your licence you can start earning and have an exciting career in the security industry earning rates of up to £8-10 per hr, and salaries of £19k+ year. For full details of this course, download the pdf or visit the course page. Duration Courses are delivered over…

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