What happens when people can’t predict with any certainty how an organisation will respond to their transgression of an agreement? If a contract is broken, and the consequences could slide on a scale from ‘nothing’ to ‘serious’ – how many people would take the chance to break the contract? Well, the truth is probably plotted (read more)
Examples of our Clients and Services
Social Care and Citizen Services
- Non-Escalation and De-Escalation for Frontline staff
- Lone Working for Community-based Health & Social Care
- Self-Protection and Breakaway for staff in higher-risk roles.
- Safety Awareness for Employees in Citizen Services roles
- Enforcement Officer Safety Training / Personal Safety Training
- Support for Fostering Teams and their Carers
- Care Homes for Older People, including Dementia Care
- Home Care Support for Vulnerable People in the Community
- Children in Care - Fostering and Adoption Services
- Children in Care - Residential Care
- Third-Sector - Homelessness, Drug and Alcohol Support
- Housing Organisations including Supported Living
- Community Engagement Project Teams (e.g. planning/ transport)
- Utilities and Retail staff facing higher risks.
Schools and Education
- Restraint Reduction and Positive Handling in Primary Schools
- Behaviour, Personal Safety and Protective Interventions for Secondary Schools
- Tailored Content for Alternative Provision and PRU Schools
- Specialist input for specific identified issues at Special Schools
- Advice for Colleges / Sixth Forms / Further Education
- How to engage successfully with Parents
- International Schools
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When we respond to special requests...
Scottish Prison Service :: Content
The SPS wanted input from specialists on how they could modernise the self-defence training taught to staff.
Knife & Edged Weapon :: Course
A local authority enforcement team responded to high-risk incidents which were ocurring by improving the awareness and ability respond of their officers.
Emergency Department :: Audit
A week-long observation, audit and report-submission about the causes of and flashpoints for conflict in a very large Emergency Department.
Elected Officials :: Custom Course
A UK Local Authority wanted to address the safety concerns of a group of their elected members during a period of high political tension.
Leasing Services :: Staff Safety
The vehicle leasing team from a high-street bank wanted to improve the safety of its Customer Service Representatives when chasing non-payment.
Cash in Transit
A leading company in the services sector was being targeted by criminal elements and needed to improve Personal Safety Awareness for their drivers.
Our Partners and Accreditation
Member of The Institute of
Dynamis is a Quality Award Centre with the ICM, a recognised accrediting body in the U.K. for workplace training in the prevention and management of workplace violence.
European partner for Vistelar
Dynamis is the premier European Partner for Vistelar, a global consulting organisation covering training across the entire spectrum of human conflict.
Regional representative for 9 Attitudes behavioural tactics
Dynamis represents the 9 Attitudes system, a fully behavioural approach to self-protection and physical control which is based on the observable realities of physical confrontation.
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In line with our accredited quality assurance process with the Institute for Conflict Management, and with the cooperation of our client’s management team, we began to gather training needs data from the staff and the service managers. We surveyed all staff, we worked with the nursing leads to review incident data and then discussed all (read more)