Advance Control Tactics & Handcuff Training (3 Day)

Course duration: 3 Days

Cost: £250 per person

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Advance Control Tactics & Level 3 Safe Use of Mechanical Restraints (Handcuffing) (RQF)

Advance Control Tactics & Level 3 Safe Use of Mechanical Restraints (Handcuffing) (RQF)

Course Duration

3 days

Course Fee

£250 per person

How long will it take?

Day 1 and 2 of this course are the Advance Control Tactics which then develops into day 3 where all of these skills are combined into the Level 3 award for Safe Use of Mechanical Restraints. The total qualification time for this qualification for the Level 3 award is 12 hours, 8 which are recommended as guided learning hours.

Qualification Overview

This programme is aimed at learners who have already gained an SIA licence, along with civil enforcement and community safety accredited persons. This programme allows them to expand their knowledge on the use of mechanical restraints in a safe and lawful manner.

Entry Guidance

It is required that learners have a minimum of Level 1 in literacy or numeracy or equivalent. The qualification is aimed at learners aged 18 and over due to age restrictions on applying for a licence. Learners will also be required to hold an SIA license in order to attend this course so that evidence of conflict management training and physical intervention skills are already attained.

Qualification Structure

This course will cover counter-ambush tactics, tactical positioning when approaching a subject. Escorting procedures both solo and as a team and many other advanced tactics not usually delivered within the SIA training programme.

The level 3 Handcuffing programme covers the law and legislation surrounding the use of mechanical restraints and teaches learners the safe and effective use of mechanical restraints.

Qualification Assessment

This qualification is assessed by workbook which is internally marked. The practical element will also be internally assessed and recorded, along with scenarios being internally set.

ID Requirements

Centres are required to ensure that each learner’s photograph and formal identification documents are checked and recorded before they are allowed to sit the examination/assessment. Only a formal passport-style photo is acceptable and the documents required are listed separately when you click on to ID REQUIREMENTS. Please note ONLY these documents are acceptable and the original MUST be produced, copies cannot be accepted. If you are not sure how you can comply with this, please contact us to discuss this.

For further information

If you have any questions, need to clarify or have any other information please contact us on 01273 621323 (option 4). Alternatively, you can email us at where one of our trainers will then personally handle your enquiry.