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Physical Intervention Training For Conflict Management Training Available in Scotland

Giant Step Training : 20 July, 2010  (New Product)
Giant Step Training is now able to offer training to door supervisors in physical intervention in line with the standards outlined by the Institute of Conflict Management
Giant Step Training, a provider of conflict management and physical skills training, has announced that it has the first trainer in Scotland qualified to deliver training in the new standard for Physical Intervention Training as defined by the Institute of Conflict Management (ICM).

Frank Etherson, a director of Giant Step Training, has been accredited by the ICM to offer the specialist training in Scotland which became mandatory for door supervisors in June 2010. Frank was previously Officer Safety Co-ordinator for Strathclyde Police and has extensive experience of training in the fields of security, martial arts and sport.

"Door supervisors and security staff frequently have to deal with volatile and violent situations which can put them in harm's way," said Frank. "Fortunately there are tried and tested techniques for dealing with these situations so that the violent threat can be defused. We work with our clients to ensure their staff are protected and can go about their work in a safe environment. It is also important to have a thorough understanding of the legislation so that staff know the boundaries of the law when they take action to defend themselves or restrain someone who poses a potential threat."
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