PMVA Training: Prevention & Management Of Violence And Aggression Course
Prevention & Management Of Violence And Aggression Training
National Qualification : Level 2 (Scotland) or Level 1 (England & Wales / Northern Ireland)
The PMVA Training course covers conflict management, breakaway and control and restraint all delivered together in a Prevention and Management of Violence And Aggression (PMVA) Course. Training is often a mandatory requirement for healthcare staff that work in a violent/ aggressive setting or those that are frontline workers.
Who should attend?
Suitable for anyone in a workplace with multiple employees.
This course would suit staff in:
- Healthcare Staff
- Child Carer
- Anyone that is prone to aggressive/violent incidents at place of work
7 Hours of Training
First-2-Aid-U Training Suite, Glasgow (Convenient free parking available). On site instruction available by request.
- Introduction to workplace violence
- Understanding Reasonable Force: Common Law, Understanding Reasonable Force: Section 3 (1) of the Criminal Law Act 1967, Human Rights Act Article 2
- Health and Safety at Work Legislation: Sections 2, 3, 7 & 8
- Regulations 3, 8 and 14 of Managing Health and Safety at Work
- Self awareness
- Proactive service delivery
- Communication skills
- Signalling non aggression
- Defusing and calming
- High risk conflict
- Lone working protocol
- Post incident support
- Have an understanding of how the suing culture works and defence against it
- Escape from wrist grabs, body grabs, hair & clothing grabs
- Breakaway from strangulations including attacker using ligatures
- Dealing with punches, head butts, kicks, & groin attacks
- How to deal with assaults whilst on the floor
- Intervention techniques to break up fights
- Use of defensive body positioning & personal space
- Aspects of good communication skills
- The “what if’s”
A maximum of 12 students (minimum 3) can be accommodated on this course and delegates must be over the age of 16.
A student cannot assume a responsibility in the workplace until they reach the age of 16, and then it is the employer’s responsibility to ensure that the student is suitable for that role.