Sure Safe (North East) Ltd

Latest Updated November 6th 2014.
We have just recently successfully delivered training to Sunderland Care & Support please see below some of the very positive feedback we received.

Sunderland Care & Support training with Owen Murray

Quotes from Sunderland Care & Support employees:

"Excellent demonstrations and techniques shown / demonstrated"

"Very relevant, use some techniques frequently"

"Excellent attitude, very open and honest, made to feel comfortable"

"Extremely knowledgeable"

"Good information and examples shared"

"The content of the course was good, refreshed my techniques and showed up to date techniques. Found it very valuable to be able to discuss with tutor and be given techniques to use"

"Very interesting"

Sunderland City Council Social Services - August / September '13
We are currently contracted by Sunderland Social Services delivering P.M.V.A (Prevention and Management of Violence and Aggression) . We are the ideal training provider if you are looking for ways to reduce cost on courses that involve various options. Click here to read some of the positive feedback from attendees.

Owen Murray MBE outside Cumbria NHS

We are currently contracted by Cumbria N.H.S Trust delivering P.M.V.A (Prevention and Management of Violence and Aggression). We are currently running courses at various locations this includes Breakaway Training, and as part of the P.M.V.A. (and Breakaway Training) we cover Conflict Management and the use of reasonable force. We are the ideal training provider if you are looking for ways to reduce cost on courses that involve various options.

We currently deliver Breakaway Training at two different levels:-

Level 1 - Induction - theory only

Level 1 + being frontal assaults and theory - can apply to everybody

Level 2 All Breakaway techniques plus theory - applies to some categories (not all)

Level 3 P.M.V.A. - applies to mental health workers (using holding techniques as well as breakaway)

Prices are available on application.

We are delivering training to staff which include dental nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, staff in care homes, staff in mental health units, in patient mental health units, residential care home staff, district nurses, community nurses, paediatric nurses, plus school nurses to name but a few.

We can tailor courses to suit the majority of your staff.

We have a proven tried and tested formula which we can implement into your organisation.

Are Your Staff Safe?

Do you feel your staff have been adequately trained to deal with potentially violent situations?

We were recently contacted by Leighann Jewitt of Manor House Care Home in Easington Lane near Sunderland. Watch the video below to hear Leighann give her views on the benefits of enlisting the help and advice of Suresafe. Leighann who is the manager of the home found Sursafe great value for money, and the staff too found the training very beneficial. Would you like to know more? We offer free no obligation advice and we can help you learn more about the benefits to you and your organisation.click here

To put your mind at rest about the quality of our training and our proven track record built up over many years below is just a selection of many glowing references from organisations large and small who have benefited from our services:-

Quotes from British Embassy Dubai:

"Excellent course made me aware of my vunerability thus enabling me to take steps to ensure my safety"

Durham City Council employees:

"Fantastic delivery. Very well taught, great interacton and practical application. Really enjoyed it"

Brilliant Course. I've learned lots about self defence and didn't realise how open to attack I was"

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Sunderland City Hospitals employees:

"Very enjoyable. It will help me in my job as a porter"

"A most worthwhile course, boosts confidence and teaches respect - I will try to endevour not to under-estimate people. I will also request the rest of my staff are allowed to attend"

Bernicia Group employees:

"Best course I've been on covering this area. Excellent knowlegable  Tutor made course interesting.  Other breakaway courses do not involve so much practical"

"First class course, please repeat on a regular basis"

Sunderland City Council:

"A very relavant and useful course for techniques that can be used in all kinds of day to day events. This would be a good course to use for everyone and would be advantages to do refresher training"

"A great course which we should have had years ago. First class tutors who delivered the course brilliantly. This course would be of great value to many more front line staff enployed by Sunderland Council"

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Safeguarding the well-being of your staff and personnel

Could your front line staff potentially come into contact with aggressive or potentially aggressive people?


Sure Safe gives your staff the skills to be aware of potentially violent situations. If someone does become violent towards your staff it gives them the ability to breakaway and escape without any injuries to a member of the public.  Main objective is to get away.

Within our society we are all facing the possibility of either verbal or physical abuse either in our working or social environments, and often at  times when we least expect it.
                             
As individuals, and Employers, we all hope that we will not experience such acts, and as Employers our responsibility extends to all of our staff and employees whilst those individuals are engaged in their everyday duties. We have a legal obligation to ensure as far as possible that our Employees undertake their duties in a safe and secure environment.

However, as our working practices have changed in recent years, more and more Employees are required to carry out their duties without the presence and support of another colleague.

Examples being social workers, carers for the elderly and infirmed, customer care officers for Housing groups, etc. The list  of employees who undertake their duties as single individuals extends significantly beyond the latter examples,  and due to the ever changing working practices the number of people whofind themselves in this situation will undoubtedly increase.

There are also occasions when an office based Employee may have to meet a member of the public on a one to one basis, and again that Employee may experience either verbal or physical abuse or intimidation from the visiting party even within the office environment.

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To view the photos of our trip to Dubai click here

Owen Murray showing a restraint technique

Owen Murray stood outside Sedgefield Council Offices

 

   


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