Basis Awarded “Best Personal Safety Training Provider 2017”

It is always good to have acknowledgements from clients. It is also good to be acknowledged by peers or industry.

Basis Training (UK) Limited has been awarded “Best Personal Safety Training Provider 2017” by the Welsh Enterprise Awards 2017, hosted by SME 2017.

John Davies, Managing Director of Basis commented “We were pleased to have been nominated, and chuffed to have won this category. There are many safety training organisations in Wales, this accolade is confirmation that we are doing a great job for our clients.” John continued, “It also motivates us to continue how we work, keep pushing our trainers to develop the best material, and keep on top of the market when it comes to delivering quality training.”

We thought that alongside this award, it would be a good time to reiterate our mission statement:

Basis Training (UK) Limited is in the business of helping to give you peace of mind, concerning the prospect of finding oneself in a stressful, aggressive or violent situation. This is achieved by providing you with the emotional & physical skills to cope with stressful situations or an aggressive or violent attack.

This is delivered to the highest quality by an elite, specialised group of experts, who are approachable, experienced trainers & instructors. The Basis experience is delivered in a comfortable friendly manner.

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Whilst we are talking of awards and accreditations, we can  also mention our industry specific, Quality Award Status:

The Institute of Conflict Management (ICM) has awarded Basis Training (UK) Limited with the Quality Award Centre Status (QAC Registration Number QAC2022
Relating to:

  • Element 1: Training Design
  • Element 2: Training Delivery
  • Element 3 Training Evaluation & Feedback**The physical aspects of the training have been risk assessed through the Institute of Conflict Management (ICM) who’s guidelines we follow along with the guidelines of the “All Wales Passport”) and all our trainers are members of ICM and the publication by the Department of Health “Positive & Proactive Care: reducing the need for restrictive intervention” state the following:(127. There are no universally accepted standards for the use of physical restraint although both the British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD)44 and the Institute of Conflict Management (ICM) 45 offer quality accreditation schemes)

    All our Conflict Management Trainers have attended the NHS CFSMS Familiarisation Seminar & are able to meet the 10 objectives identified by the CFSMS relating to the Conflict Management National Syllabus.

More Information

If you have any questions, or are interested to hear how Basis can help the staff in your organisation be skilled-up when it comes to aggression management, then please contact John here.

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