top of page

Professional & Specialist Courses

ACT Online.jpg

QNUK Level 3 for Deliverers of Physical Intervention Training (RQF)

PBA011
In stock
1
Product Details

Qualification number: 603/7464/0

Guided learning hours: 40 hours

Credit value: 5

This qualification has been developed to enable trainers who hold the necessary teaching, conflict management and assessing qualifications alongside the occupational experience and competence to be able to deliver the Level 2 physical intervention training to learners as a component part of their learning towards licence linked or CPD qualifications.

Eligibility requirements:

  • Level 3 Award for Education & Training (including Understanding the Principles and Practices of Assessment) (QCF/RQF) or higher equivalent.
  • Level 3 Award for Deliverers of Conflict Management Training (QCF/RQF)
  • Level 3 Award for First Aid at Work (3 day) (QCF/RQF) with no less than 6 months validity or higher equivalent.
  • A current Action Counters Terrorism (ACT) eLearning certificate and (ACT) Security eLearning certificate.
  • 2 years sector competence within the last 5 years
  • Existing assessors must undertake Continuous Professional Development (CPD) in order to keep their occupational expertise up to date. A minimum of 40 hours CPD activity each year is required.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

RPL may not be used as part of this qualification even if the learner has already achieved Application of Physical Intervention Skills in the Private Security Industry since 1st April 2021, this is because trainers of this unit are required to be able to their knowledge and demonstrate skills at a high level of competency which is necessary to instruct new learners.

Key components of the Level 3 Award for Deliverers of Physical Intervention Training in the Private Security Industry include:

Understanding Physical Intervention and the Legal and Professional Implications: This involves understanding the laws related to the use of force, the health and safety implications of physical intervention, and the professional responsibilities of a trainer in this area.

Learning and Teaching Physical Intervention Skills: This involves learning a range of physical intervention skills and how to teach these skills to others. This may include disengagement techniques, escorting techniques, and post-incident procedures.

Teaching Skills: As part of this qualification, you will learn how to plan, deliver, and evaluate a session on physical intervention skills. You'll also learn about the principles of learning, teaching, assessment and evaluation.

Understanding the Principles of Learning and Teaching in Relation to Physical Intervention Skills: This will provide an understanding of how individuals learn and the teaching methods that can support learning.

Assessment: This usually includes a combination of practical assessments, written assignments, and a micro-teaching session where you'll demonstrate your ability to teach physical intervention skills.

Successful completion of this qualification will allow trainers to deliver physical intervention training subject to holding a current license to deliver our bespoke SIA approved model. The annual fee for this license is ยฃ250.

๐Ÿš—Travel by Car: make your way to 166b Townsend Lane, L9 13DN (plenty of street parking that is free)

๐Ÿš‚ Travel by Train: make your way to Liverpool Lime Street station and catch a bus or taxi to 166b Townsend Lane, L9 13DN (3 miles)

๐ŸจAffordable lodging in this area is easy enough to secure if you make your reservations via www.airbnb.co.uk with rooms available from as little as ยฃ25.00 per night.

Save this product for later
bottom of page