Choosing a Training Provider

Selecting the right training provider is crucial to the success of a workplace anti-violence strategy and the future security of your organisation. It’s worth investing time and effort to ensure you make the right choice.

Are you really ready?

Protection against violence and aggression can’t be maintained by the provision of training alone and “one shot” training courses don’t solve the problem.

So, don’t just jump in!

Have ‘management controls’ in place first

It is usually best to ensure that management controls (i.e. Policies, Risk Assessment, Behaviour Plans, Reporting Systems, Safe Practice Guidance and Instructions, Crisis Procedures, etc.) are established before deciding on the training to be provided.

Be able to make an informed choice

Training course content varies greatly and the differences can be significant.

It is strongly recommended that you read the information on ‘Staff Training’ first.

To do it now: