Handcuffing Level 2
Handcuffing Level 2
Who should take this course?
This qualification is suitable for people who work in the security industry. Handcuffing is becoming an increasing important way to reliably restrain a person using justifiable and necessary force.
The law relating to the use of reasonable force.
The use and application of physical intervention techniques.
Escorting, guiding, holding and communication skills.
The possible medical implication in relation to the use of handcuffs.
The potential legal implications in relation to the use of handcuffs.
The deployment and application of handcuffs.
The safe removal of handcuffs on a subject.
No previous experience or qualifications are necessary. It is advised that learners have already completed the Conflict Management Level 2 and Door Supervision Level 2 awards.
How the qualification is assessed:
The course is run at our training facilities over 1 day. The qualification is assessed by a written work book. Learners will need to complete the work book in full. Practical assessments will take place throughout the day to ensure that correct techniques are applied. You will need to pass both work book and practical assessments to successfully complete this course.
On successful completion of the course, the delegate will receive a Handcuffing Level 2 certificate. Dynamo Concise Training also offer continuous support once you have qualified, including information about changes to health and safety regulations, regular newsletters, and discounted prices on further courses as well as refresher courses.
The individual price for the Handcuffing Level 2 course is £35 per person. The price includes a course book, notepad, pens, training pack, examination and certificate. There are no hidden fees.
Discounted rates are available for groups with more than 5 candidates. We offer both open courses and group bookings. If you would like more information or wish to enquire about availability, please phone us free on 0800 612 9174 for more details.
We also provide training in the evenings, on Saturdays and on Sundays. We realise that our training needs to be flexible to meet our individual learners’ lifestyles as well as meet the needs of companies and organisations.