The aim of this course is to give delegates a better understanding of the use of force, relevant legislation, the context of legislation and applying the national decision making model. It will also protect security operatives through effective report writing.
The Level 3 Award in Understanding Reasonable Force (Security) has been developed to enable those working in a security setting to gain a greater understanding of the laws that pertain to the use of force.
This qualification now sits on the Regulated Qualifications Framework or RQF giving it national recongition and accreditation.
Topics covered include:
Unit 1 - Principles of reasonable force for security personnel
Understand Human Rights legislation as it applies to the individual and the use of force
Know how to use the national decision-making model
Understand the importance of justification through incident report writing skills
Unit 2 - Legal requirements of Reasonable Force (England, Wales and Northern Ireland)
Understand the law in relation to reasonable force as it pertains to England, Wales and Northern Ireland
The qualification is made up of 2 units. The first unit; priniciples of reaosnable force for security personnel is undertaken by all learners. It is assessed through a multiple choice assessment paper and a written report. The second unit; Legal requirements of reasonable force has two options, the chosen one will depend on where you will be working.
By default we will assess everyone for England, Wales and Northern Ireland, but please ensure you let us know well in advance if you require Scotland instead.
This course is delivered over a minimum of 7 hours.
This course is currently only available for group bookings of 4 or more either at our Moulton centre or at your premises. Please contact us for a quote.