Handling Violence and Aggression

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Our online handling violence and aggression training for NHS workers, the healthcare professional, dentists, care home staff, including domiciliary carers is CPD Certified and is conducted through your own secure training area.

This course is easy to complete and will help you understand how to combat workplace violence & aggression and stay compliant with your training course requirements.

The content of our online handling of violence and aggression training course has been developed in line with the latest UK legislation and meets the requirements set out by the National Health Service (NHS), Skills for Health’s UK Core Skills Training Framework (CSTF), the Care Quality Commission (CQC), Skills for Care, UK Health & Safety Executive plus many additional professional and regulatory bodies.

This course is an ideal training platform for healthcare professionals, including doctors, gp’s, nurses, dentists, paramedics, social service personnel including social workers and care home staff, including domiciliary carers, or anyone who would like to gain a violence and aggression training certification.

E-learning programme, violence and aggression handling training online for National Health Service workers, doctors, nurses, locums, GP’s, paramedics, care home staff, domiciliary carers.


CPD certified online conflict management & resolution training for doctors, nurses, GPs, Locums, care home staff, domiciliary carers.

It is important that NHS staff, healthcare workers and care home staff, including domiciliary carers feel safe in their working environment, as feeling unsafe not only affects them personally but also can have a negative impact upon the standard of service and patient care that is delivered.

The aims of this training course is to provide the learner with a clear understanding of the legislation regarding the handling violence & aggression within the workplace and to provide the learner with proven techniques to handle violence. This course will also point the learner to organisations that can provide support and help.

Who is this training course suitable for?
Our online handling violence and aggression training nhs staff is suitable for all healthcare professionals and providers, or social care professionals working with adults in clinical and or non-clinical staff roles, in the National Health Service, private health care and also within community settings including:

  • National Health Service Staff & Workers Including
  • Doctors, GP’s, Locums and also agency nurses
  • Allied health professionals
  • Health care assistants (HCA’s)
  • Health and social care support workers
  • Nursing and residential care home staff
  • Domiciliary carers

Online Conflict Management Training For Healthcare, what’s covered?

  • An introduction to the management of violence in the workplace
  • Definition of aggression and the main forms of
  • The purposes of aggression and the main types
  • Factors that can influence aggression in the workplace
  • Definition of and who is at risk of workplace violence and should it concern you
  • What the law says about violence in the workplace
  • Effective management and stages of handling aggression in the workplace
  • Why it is important to support victims in the workplace.

Course Certification
Violence and aggression in the workplace training online suitable for NHS workers, healthcare professionals, care home staff, domiciliary carers – On successful completion of this e-learning course, you will be able to download, save or print a quality assured CPD certificate.

Our CPD certificate can be used to provide evidence for compliance and audit (recognised internationally).

All of our online training courses and programs are accredited by the CPD Certification Service as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.

1 review for Handling Violence and Aggression

  1. Susan P

    Very good and I really enjoyed the programme

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