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How The Training Works

At Personal-Safety-Training we believe that the client should be in control of the training.

The first stage of training is characterised as getting to know one another. This stage is where we discuss and agree with the client the overall aim of the training, the training program, and basic content. The client is required to supply the information as detailed in the sidebar.

Excellent course & trainer - essential dayFrom the information gathered, we assemble each Personal Safety and Lone Working seminar with professional course materials gathered over many years of experience, agree presentation content, and customise effective, practical and cogent content to fit the job descriptions supplied. Managers often benefit from attending, either alongside the staff, or on a separate seminar, and we encourage attendance from line and senior management.

The process is designed to be client led in terms of the outcome of the seminar, the aim being to impart knowledge, encourage dynamic thinking about risk mitigation and promote the sharing of common issues. The process is designed to improve performance through understanding and reducing the incidence of unconscious risk taking, confrontation and fear in the working environment. This has a carry over into the Life Skills of the delegates, results in increased benefits for the individual, which last a lifetime.

The seminars are designed to provide valid tools to prevent and resolve conflict, promote post-conflict stability, build collaborative capacity, develop intellectual capital using a dependable toolset.

Training is the most cost effective way to ensure the safety of both front line staff and service users/clients.

For more information, or to book a Lone Worker Training Seminar, please contact us on 01279 419427, or email from our contact page.

What is Required from the Client

General Organisation Description;
Job Description;
Roles & Responsibilities;
Safety Policy
Risk Assessments

Incident Log (if available);
Training Venue (if on site);
Dates and Numbers Attending;
Feedback Forms

What We Will Supply

For the Organisation:
Seminar Outline;
Learning Outcomes Document
For delegates:
Learning Outcomes Document (to be completed by every attendee);
Feedback Forms (if not supplied);
Training material and resources;