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Norfolk, NR31 7RA
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BreakAway Concepts (BA)

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About this course

Not all situations can be defused or deescalated and despite your best efforts, there are situations that will lead to physical assault. Unlike many other courses Trisat provides a conceptual approach and not a technical approach, to ensure that each concept is realistic and forms part of your instinct.

The breakaway and disengagement concept course, should be aimed at anyone who’s at potential risk of physical assault or confrontations while at work. Our concepts are multi-functional, instinctive but realistic in that they hone in on the other persons intent and if during work you face someone that is frustrated, irritated or aggressive this can be expressed physically in the form of minimum force grabs or holds.


The aim of the course

The aim of this course is to provide accredited skills and concepts to breakaway, disengage and protect yourself in aggressive situations, where the situation has escalated past conflict resolution and they have been threatened or physically assaulted. Delegates will be able to:

“Disengage & breakaway from a physical confrontation without escalation to communicate more effectively whilst in a position of safety”


Course Accreditation

This course is going through accreditation by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) accreditation process. At present this is a Trisat Certified Course.

The course contents

The course will be made up of tutor led discussions, demonstrations and scenario replication (role play) to emphasise the importance of avoidance and de-escalation as a primary directive. The content is as follows:

  • S.T.O.P emergency directive – strategically dealing with incident escalation
  • Means, Opportunity & Intent (MOI) dynamic risk assessment
  • The legal implications of the Criminal Law Act and Human Rights Act
  • The use of force ladder and most common attacks
  • Active Listening failures that lead to physical engagement
  • Dealing with Slaps
  • Dealing with Wrist grab
  • Dealing with Clothing Grabs
  • Dealing with Hair Pulls
  • Dealing with Shoulder Grabs
  • Dealing with Body Holds*
  • Dealing with Neck Grabs/Strangle*

Very professional approach with a motivational instruction manner. We enjoyed learning new skills to increase confidence within our job specific roles.

M. James
Liberty Mutual via Finbarr Solutions

The course was very good and has improved my instructional ability. I am looking forward to joining Tremaine in Bonn, Germany to present at the DT Information Security gathering.

Kostas
Cosmote – Greece
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