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Aggression Management Training from Zero Aggression

Training courses for everyone who works where there is a possibility of aggression and violence

Why train in managing aggression?

There are a variety of scenarios in which an anti-aggression skill set can be invaluable, all professions that deal with offenders, mental health issues or simply the public as a whole can potentially find themselves forced into conflict management situations.

zeroaggression™ training courses aim to equip you and your staff with the skills needed to prevent aggressive behaviour, how to cope physically by employing restraint techniques when it occours and how to debrief staff after an incident of aggression.





Is your Anti-Aggression Training up to scratch?


zeroaggression™ represents the gold standard in anti-aggression training.

We provide courses for NHS Trusts, Local authorities and one of the most respected High Street names in the UK.

So if you are responsible for anti-aggression training in your organisation then why not call us to arrange a free meeting with Dr. William Davies the author of the course, to discuss the adequacy of your aggression management strategy.




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ZeroAggression
The Dower House
Thurnby
Leicestershire
LE7 9PH
 
Tel:
0116 241 8331

Email:
office@apt.ac




 

 

 
zeroaggression courses:

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Aggressive Behaviour Control: The ABC Course®

Powerful non-physical techniques for handling aggression and violence effectively.

First run in 1983 and constantly developed since then, this course is the 'original' of courses on the non-physical management of aggression. Attended so far by about 100,000 participants it covers how and why anger and aggression develop, how to prevent aggressive and violent incidents (both to oneself and others), key techniques for responding to an actively aggressive or violent person, and what to do after an incident has been resolved. Everything you need to know about non-physical responses to anger, aggression and violence.

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Ethical Escape

Breakaway techniques that are both ethical and effective and retain the dignity of all concerned.

Physical techniques should be regarded as the last resort, so all the techniques taught on this course are designed to fulfill three criteria: (1) They strive to maintain the dignity of both the aggressor and the professional. (2) They aim not to encourage future episodes of aggression (e.g. 'revenge'). (3) They must be in line with the normal professional endeavour of maintaining a good relationship with others.

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Caring Control

Replacing 'control and restraint' with effective physical techniques which retain everybody's dignity and maintain good long-term relationships.

This course strives to maintain the dignity of both the professional and the aggressor,it aims not to encourage future episodes of aggression (e.g. revenge), and it aims to retain good relationships.

All of these are very important not least because some people enjoy the struggle involved in a physical fight and this is something we do not wish to feed. Neither do we want to motivate anyone to seek revenge at a later date. So for both ethical and practical reasons the dignity and caring of the techniques taught on this course are very important.

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Debriefing Survivors of Major Incidents

It is difficult to know what to do after a major incident, but 'nothing' is rarely the best option.

Major incidents such as patient-suicide, assaults, severe self harm, hostage takings etc can be very stressful for the staff concerned. Through lecture, case study and role play, this course examines how best to respond to such situations to minimise the stress; when it's best to say little or nothing, when to get a group of staff together, what to say, what procedures to follow, etc. It provides very clear guidelines in an often confused and difficult area.

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