Schools and Academies Training

Positive handling for Schools Training from NoFear Ltd

Schools Colleges and Care Sector

All too often staff are expected to make decisions regarding personal safety, use of force or physical intervention with no real understanding of the Relevant Laws and Guidelines.
Our Company provide the right training and support to ensure staff have all the relevant knowledge and skills to lawfully and effectively manage difficult situations.
Our ethos is that if employers are to give their staff the skills and knowledge necessary to meet legal requirementsthan training must be affordable, value for money and most importantly effective.
At NoFear Ltd all courses and techniques are constantly evaluated and reviewed to ensure they are up to date and in line with current practises setting sector standards.

Courses

1- Day Physical Intervention and De-escalation training for staff working in children’s homes, schools, Nursery, Foster Care and residential setting
2-Day Awarding Body Level 2 Award – managing physical Intervention for staff working with children and young people or those working with Vulnerable Adults.
1 Day course in Conflict Management- Triggers, Physical Awareness, Communication Models, Legal Factors, Inhibitors, Risk Awareness, Case Studies and much more. Perfect training for front line staff i.e. Receptionists, Health Workers, Transport Staff and school staff to defuse emotional actions.
1 Day Training =Self Defence and Breakaway – Designed to equip staff with the necessary skills to break-away from aggressive, dangerous situation where defusing and
de-escalation has failed.

The provision of information and training helps employers to meet their Legal Duty to protect their staff and reduce liability, improving the safety of all to comply with current legislations.

These are the most relevant laws in regards to Reasonable Force underpinning the legislations required fit for purpose training. This is not an exhausted list.
Criminal Law Act 1967
Common Law
The Criminal Justice and The Immigration Act 2007
Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
Human Rights Act 1998
Care Standards Act 2000
Education Act 1996
Protection of Children Act 1999
Since the publication of the DCSF Guidance on the use of force to control and restraint a pupils 2013 places a foreseeable risk that teachers may have to physically restraint a pupil or touch them in some way to guide or protect them so training should be provided to staff.
To achieve a successful pass learners will be expected to demonstrate low arousal methods of de-escalation and conflict manangement.

What happens if there are Allegations of Abuse made against Adults working with Children and Young people

All training delivered by our staff incorporate protecting individuals whilst at work and safeguarding service users.
We also deliver Safeguarding courses at Awarding Level 
The overriding principles of all our courses is the best interes of the children or vulnerable adults take priority over all other considerations.

Legal and Accredited Training

NoFear Ltd is a Licensed Centre and we offer specialist and Awarding Body Qualification for most courses. We are happy to arrange packages and bespoke programmes for your industry to improve the safety of your staff and help you comply with current legislations. 
Our aim is to promote staff confidence and competence promoting de-escalation strategies in responding to behaviours that challenge to a teaching, learning and caring environment.
NoFear Ltd is totally customer focussed company. We are passionate and pride ourselves on providing a first class training service from first contact to delivery and aftercare. This is proven with all, our 
ever-consistent clients.

“It is advisable that at least relevant members of staff in every school has received recent training in Physical Intervention and Restraint”

Ed Balls – Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families 2010

“Headteachers have the freedom to use their expert judgement when choosing a training provider. It is not the place of the government or its ministers to steer schools towards particular third party programmes or training providers.”

Department of Education

The provision of information and training helps employers to meet their Legal Duty to protect their staff and reduce liability, improving the safety of all to comply with current legislations.

These are the most relevant laws in regards to Reasonable Force underpinning the legislations required fit for purpose training. This is not an exhausted list.
Criminal Law Act 1967
Common Law
The Criminal Justice and The Immigration Act 2007
Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
Human Rights Act 1998
Care Standards Act 2000
Education Act 1996
Protection of Children Act 1999
Since the publication of the DCSF Guidance on the use of force to control and restraint a pupils 2013 places a foreseeable risk that teachers may have to physically restraint a pupil or touch them in some way to guide or protect them so training should be provided to staff.
To achieve a successful pass learners will be expected to demonstrate low arousal methods of de-escalation and conflict manangement.

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