Intelligensa are affiliated to, licensed by and quality assured by the National Federation for Personal Safety (NFPS).
This ensures that we have the appropriate resources, skills and training to be able to deliver Physical Intervention training to BTEC standards.
As a minimum, our BTEC trainers have successfully achieved the following qualification: BTEC level 3 Advanced Award in Physical Restraint. In addition, all Licensed Centres are fully insured and hold the relevant and appropriate First Aid Qualifications.
Intelligensa are recommended trainers on www.carehome.co.uk the leading UK care Home website. We offer courses in First Aid at work, Physical Intervention, Control & Restraint, Prevention and Management of Violence and Aggression (PMVA), Conflict Management and the use of Restraint Equipment such as handcuffs and soft cuffs.
Intelligensa are members of The Institute for Conflict Management (ICM). ICM is a not for profit, independent organisation, incorprated to develop strategies and standards to help reduce, and where possible eliminate, the risk associated with incidents of challenging behaviour, aggressive and violent behaviours.
It is highlighted as having an accreditation scheme which organisations can use to map their training and relevant policies to an agreed standard. The ICM has been developing National minimum standards on restrictive interventions.
Intelligensa are an approved centre for Highfield Awarding Body for Compliance (HABC). HABC offers multiple qualifications acress a whole host of subject areas.
Intelligensa deliver regulated HABC qualifications and these are recognised by regulatory bodies such as Ofqual, Qualifications Wales and SQA Accreditation.
Intelligensa deliver BTEC qualifications by Pearson Education Ltd.
BTECS are career based qualifications that develop a range of practical knowledge and skills which help learners to prepare for or progress in their field of work.
Intelligensa are a preferred partner for the Football Safety Officers Association (FSOA). The aim of the FSOA is to develop and improve all aspects of Stadium safety including how events are safely managed.
In order to keep pace with heightened spectator expectations, the FSOA has and continues to play a significant part, mainly through the stewards employed by football clubs, in improving levels of customer care and quality of service delivery.
Attending matches should be an enjoyable experience and Safety Officers and their appropriately trained match day staff will play a significant part in achieving this objective.