L324 Physical Skills Tutor Award (PSTA)
The ICM-PSTA has been developed to ensure that those delivering train the trainer courses in physical skills are of the highest possible levels of ability and expertise. To achieve this coveted Award the applicant must not only provide additional evidence of their experience and background, but must also attend an ICM-Physical Skills Tutors Panel to be assessed against additional professional criteria by their peers.
(This is not a course, but an accreditation system that only the ICM can accord once a candidate has passed the criteria)
The process for achieving this nationally recognised award is set out in the document ICM PS Tutors Award Explanation. Additional support can be obtained through the ICM
If you are already a Quality Award Centre, then you can make an application by downloading the following documentation:
(If you are not a Quality Award Centre, then you must submit your application via an established Quality Award Centre. To find out more, please contact the ICM.
To find dates for Physical Skills Tutors Award Panel, and/or the Physical Skills CPD Workshops, click here
L323 Delivering Physical Skills Training
The ICM Level 3 Award for those engaged in the provision of training to others in the physical management of challenging and violent behaviours. This Level 3 award consists of 60 guided learning hours (GLH) and is recognised by Edexcel as equivalent to similar awards on the Qualifications Curriculum Framework (QCF) (£175 Tutors Pack + £45 Certification fee per candidate)
L323 & L225 Delivering Physical Skills Training for the Security Industry
From June 2010, physical intervention skills are part of the door supervisor licence-linked qualifications. Trainers offering the new qualifications must have completed this ICM course (L323 & L225 combined) or another national SIA approved program. This Level 3 award consists of 60 guided learning hours (GLH) and is recognised by Edexcel as equivalent to similar awards on the Qualifications Curriculum Framework (QCF)(£175 Tutors Pack + £45 Certification fee per candidate)
These programs are intended for trainers who wish to offer physical intervention skills training or who wish to train other training providers in this area.
L322 Delivering Conflict Prevention & Management Training
The ICM Trainer’s Award for delivering training to others in the prevention and management of conflict and other challenging behaviours. This Level 3 award consists of 60 guided learning hours (GLH) and is recognised by Edexcel as equivalent to similar awards on the Qualifications Curriculum Framework (QCF). (£175 (Tutors Pack) + £35 Certification fee per candidate)
ICM ACCREDITATION SCHEMES
ICM Level 3 Awards
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