Will this Endorsed Handcuffing Course give me what I need?
“The law within England & Wales stipulates that anyone can carry Handcuffs as long as they can justify their use and have received professional training from an approved supplier”
This course is designed for those professionals who as part of their job role may require the need to detain individuals to either prevent harm to themselves or to others.
This includes (but not limited to):
- Door Supervisors/ Security Staff
- Enforcement Officers (Civilian)
- Hospital & Nursing Staff
- Detention Officers
- Door Supervisors
This course can be taught as a standalone course however we recommend that this course is taught in conjunction with the “Advance Physical Intervention” course over a 2 day period where the 2 courses complement each other.
Delegates who attend this course will be taught:
- The relevant law(s) surrounding Hand Cuffing & The Use of Force
- Rigid Hand Cuffing Techniques
- Handcuffing on the ground
- Escorting techniques
- Prone to Standing techniques
- Duty of Care
Our trainers have over 30 years’ Conflict Resolution/ Management experience obtained from the Police Force, Military, Home Office Security & Anti-Corruption Unit and Private Security Industry.
Relevant up to date techniques and practices taught that have been independently Risk Assessed.
We utilise the McCormack Training Ltd system and endorsed techniques– currently taught to Police Officers, NHS Staff, Security Operatives, Airport Staff and many others.
Endorsed Handcuffing Course Dates
Saturday 20th February 2021
Saturday 24th April 2021
Why not combine with the Advanced Physical Intervention course for just £99 inc VAT?
A variety of accommodation is available in the area. Pretium Training have an exclusive discounted arrangement with the following in order to offer our students the best possible rates:
Our courses are open to ALL applicants that meet the following criteria:
Aged 18 years or over
Have a Literacy/English level to at least a Level 1 standard – this will be determined in the initial assessment
UK Nationals: Passport + 2 proofs of address (not older than 3 months)
Non-UK/EU Nationals: Passport/Home Office Documents. 2 proofs of address (not older than 3 months)