Professional Training Only
Some of the Organisations we have run programs for.
South Australian Government (Department of the Premier and Cabinet) - City of Stonnington Council - St. Vincent’s Hospital - Moama Bowling Club - Medicare Local - Villa Maria - Fitness4Me (Wangaratta) - Airservices Canberra - Australian Defence Force Academy - EACH Community Services - Opteon Property Group - Bayer Australia Limited - Swinburne University - GoTafe - Greyhound Racing Victoria - The New Zealand High Commission - Bass Coast Shire Council - Landmark - IBAC - Knox City Council.
Program OutlineMDTA offer different training options to corporations, organisations, and community service providers.
With the right to experience a positive working environment, those who face the challenges of behaviours of concern, deserve the right to develop skills to enable them a positive person centred approach when dealing with behaviour that places that person and others at risk.
Our training offers a "person centred" approach, and gives the employee or service provider the skills to approach behaviours of concern in a positive and effective way dealing with facing challenging behaviour in a positive and effective manner.
PROGRAM COVERSThis program provides a framework and techniques for the management of challenging behaviours, as well as dealing with situations where direct intervention by an employee has become necessary to prevent actual harm to the employee, or any other individual.
Instructor/FacilitatorAll training is run by a qualified instructor.
Diploma of Security & Risk Management.
Certificate IV in Training & Assessment.
- Understanding the realities of anger, aggression and violence.
- How to understand and deal with your fear & adrenaline.
- Developing environmental & situational awareness.
- Dealing with compliant, belligerent and non-compliant behaviour.
- Prevention strategies.
- Threat assessment measures.
- Threat management applications.
- The law & self defence.
Training offers two options:
1: Managing conflict pre-physical escalation.
(This option has no physical techniques for self defence included)
2: Managing Conflict including physical escalation.
(This option has physical techniques for self defence included) GET A QUOTE NOW!