Silvermill Physical Intervention Training
Nationally Recognised BTEC Training
"For Those Who Care"
Training from £42 per person inclusive for a one day course for twelve people.
We train staff who work with Children, Young People, Vulnerable Adults and Adults with Mental Health or Addiction Problems in the area of physical intervention training, Restraint training, Care and Control training, Positive Handling training, Breakaway training, Self-defence as well as Conflict management.
At Silvermill we believe that protecting staff and client groups is paramount and that training is vital. The sole use for any physical intervention or restraint is to prevent a greater harm from occurring. A belief supported in law and by statutory bodies. Within our training system de-escalation and conflict management are key components. As an ethical company our training is affordable and has been subject to rigorous medical, technical, legal and health and safety audits, by experts.
1 day Physical intervention training or restraint training for staff working in children's homes, schools, (care and control training, physical intervention training, restraint training) £41:67 per person. £500 per group of twelve people inclusive.
1 day Physical intervention training or restraint training for staff working in residential settings (physical intervention training, restraint training). £41:67 per person. £500 per group of twelve people inclusive.
2 day Btec level 2 award managing physical intervention and breakaway skills course for people working with children and young people or those working with Vulnerable Adults. £83:34 per person. £1000 per group of twelve people inclusive.
2 day Btec level 2 award in physical restraint practice (physical intervention training, restraint training). From £83.34 per person inclusive. £1000 for twelve students
Specialist bespoke courses in physical intervention training, care and control training, positive handling, restraint training or breakaway can also be provided at £500 (inclusive) per day, of training, required (subject to a full risk assessment of need). This includes secure transportation, door supervisors, security staff, CSO and any employment sector who may have to deal with challenging behaviour.
We are a licensed centre of the National Federation for Personal Safety and can deliver Nationally Recognised qualifications at Btec level 2. We can also tailor training to any setting ensuring the organisations compliance with their statutory obligations. These in short are the Care Standards Act 2000,Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, Managing Health and Safety in the Workplace1999, Criminal law act 1967, Children act 1989,Education Act 1996, Protection of Children Act 1999, Human Rights Act 1998, Violent crime reduction act 2006, Corporate Manslaughter Act 2008, Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning Act 2009 as well as all relevant Department of Health guidance. Our training is rigorously assessed with technical audits, legal audits and health and safety reviews.
We are based in East Anglia, so specialise in delivering training in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Hertfordshire, London, Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire and Kent although we are happy to provide training throughout the UK and Republic of Ireland. We have also provided training outside the British Isles.
We provide nationally recognised training as opposed to accredited training; accreditation is a link of association and not neccesarily of quality.
Our formal registrations are
Institute for Learning IFL : Membership Number: AC052767
National Federation for Personal safety licensed centre
United Kingdom Registered of Learning Providers UKRLP: 10027052
Physical intervention training comes under many different names. Positive handling training, restraint training, Physical care and control training, PCC, care and control training, Control and restraint training, C&R training, PMVA. This is still not an exhaustive list. Breakaway and self defence training is vital for staff who are lone working with potentially violent clients or client families. In our training we integrate knowledge of law into a system of taught physical skills which meets Guthries definition of skill which means alll our techniques for restraint and physical intervention can be used with maximum certainty with minimum movement time and with minimal energy expenditure.