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Why Choose Lakes Medics Training Terrorism Awareness Training?
Our anti terrorism training course has been designed to heighten awareness of terror threats. Our training is packed with practical knowledge to enhance your ability to plan for and respond to a major security incident.

Provide staff with the knowledge they need in the event of a major security alert in these high risk areas:

• Financial institutions
• Retail and shopping centres
• Public Sector or Government buildings
• Businesses operation in the central business district
• Tourism and leisure: Hotels, tourist attractions
• Leisure: Stadiums and arenas
• Public transport: rail, underground and air

About our Anti Terrorism Awareness Training
We at Lakes Medics Training deliver the training at your place of work. This is because you have unique knowledge: of physical layout, local knowledge, security equipment and health and safety procedures.

This information is vital to your planning and preparation.
Our training, delivered by the leading security and counter terrorist experts in the UK, is highly flexible. We offer a range of options from a staff briefing to a fully immersive training experience. Courses can be designed to meet your requirements.

Anti Terrorism Course Content
We can tailor the course to match your requirements but our Anti Terrorism Awareness courses generally contain the following:

• The different types of terror attacks.
• What is going to happen next?
• Holistic approach to security: Physical, People and Cybersecurity measures.
• Creating a security culture to protect your business.
• Indicators of good and bad security culture and how to change to improve.
• Planning for a crisis to save lives.
• How to stay safe in a terrorist attack.

This course is customisable. Call 01539 232999 to discuss your requirements

The course is broken down into easy session that follow your journey from start to finish and focuses on best practices to enable you to have a safe and secure trip. Each Module will guide you through practical, effective steps for remaining safe, so that by the end of the course you will have an awareness of how potentially unsafe situations arise and a suite of planned responses to such situations, should they occur.

This course has been designed by Lakes Medics Training with help from a former Police Sergeant with 30 years of service and Navy Officer to guide travellers abroad on how to remain safe.

What you will be Taught
The Travel Security course is broken down into six section which is delivered over one day by one of our security trainers which introduce Travel Security, create a form of journey management, look at security, awareness and management then finally emergency evacuation.

Who Should Attend
This course has been designed for anyone that travels abroad on business or personal journeys.
It is important to understand that not all countries are at risks, but most countries do have internal security related risks that can be minimised through correct awareness training and planning.

This course is for those that:
• Are business travellers
• Holidays
• Travellers
• Gap year students
• Working abroad (Ex-Pat)
• Etc


Course Background:
This Crime Prevention awareness training course is designed to provide staff with an understanding of crimes that can occur, with a specific focus within the Licensed Premises entertainment industry. Attendees will appreciate that the inviting social settings which attract people of all ages can be a lucrative environment for the motivated or indeed casual offender to commit crime. While customers are relaxed and chatting their awareness of, and the implications of being a victim of crime are dramatically reduced which in turn presents opportunities for criminals to commit crime.

During this half day training course attendees will appreciate that simple actions can have a significant impact on crime. Being vigilant to the arrival of persons who may be intent on committing crime by increasing their general awareness of the possible signs that criminals may present. Attendees will also have an understanding of the various tactics that criminals use to commit crime. This Crime Prevention awareness training course will provide staff with a greater understanding of crime and the use of positive early intervention tactics in addition to positive engagement with customers which can all lead to reducing the consequences and effects of crime within licensed premises.

Training Delivery:
The Crime Prevention awareness training course by Lakes Medics Training Ltd is delivered in a relaxed, informal and flexible manner, with emphasis on the opportunity for questions and discussion. The learning process is very interactive and involves a variety of exercises designed to educate and motivate participants.

Learning Objectives:

• Open discussion in relation to crime that can occur in the Licensed Premises Industry
• Crime figures/statistics in the Licensed Premises Industry
• Consequences of crime and reputational damage
• Circumstances that can lead to Crime – The Crime Triangle
• Suspicious criminal activity – body language, the unusual/protracted interest in the presence and placement of CCTV and interest in staff practices within public and private space … victim selection!
• Tactics used by criminals to commit crime
• The 10 Principles of Crime Prevention – focus on key strategies pertinent to the Licensed Premises Industry
• Staff vigilance, actions to deter crime on Licensed Premises


Course Background
Anger management is a term used to describe the skills required to recognise that we, or someone else, is becoming angry and to take the appropriate action to deal with such situations in a positive way.

We all feel angry from time to time, yet such feelings can lead us to say or do things that we later regret. Anger can reduce our inhibitions and make us act inappropriately. Sometimes, anger is not expressed externally but remains as internal rumination. Aggression, in contrast, refers to intentional behaviour that aims to harm another person. Often, it reflects a desire for dominance and control.

Research shows that about 90 percent of aggressive incidents are preceded by anger. However, only 10 percent of anger experiences are actually followed by aggression. People often want to act aggressively when angry but, fortunately, most do not actually take aggressive actions. Also, there is sometimes an impulse to engage in problem solving behaviours when angry.

This one day training course aims to provide you with a host of skills and safe strategies to deal effectively with challenging behaviours, including anger and aggression. Attendees will discuss various strategies to safely manage impromptu behaviours and anger events, using appropriate distraction skills and calming strategies. The course is not designed for formal therapeutic process, but more to support the management of children and young people with challenging behaviours and anger issues.

Training Delivery
Training is delivered in a relaxed, informal and flexible manner, with the emphasis on group wok and discussion. The learning process is very interactive and involves a variety of exercises designed to educate and motivate carers.

Learning Objectives
• Open discussions in relation to challenging behaviour, including anger and aggression
• Anger, a perfectly normal, usually healthy human emotion. Attendees will be invited to recognise and appreciate their own anger styles, reflecting on their specific coping and managing skills
• Recognise various triggers that can lead to anger and aggression
• Early warning signs
• Managing challenging behaviour through nonverbal communication
• Communication skills; listening and talking
• Group case studies – diffusing challenging situations; early intervention and providing emotional support
• Post incident reflection and support


Course Overview:
This Gang & Knife Crime Awareness training course is designed for professionals working with young people, youth workers, youth offending team workers, teachers, mentors and those that work within family services.

This one day training course, provides an opportunity to gain an understanding of why young people are attracted to street gangs, gang culture and knife related violence. We look at the law with regards to knife crime and the legal and emotional consequences of carrying a knife. The course aims to develop an understanding as to why young people feel it necessary to belong to gangs, the associated risks and possible indicators.
This course is a must for any professional working with vulnerable young people. It will assist practitioners introduce proactive interventions to support ‘at risk’ young people in tackling this social issue.

Bomb Awareness – Training Course

As a result of the continued threat from UK terrorist attacks and the risk of suspect packages and postal bombs, staff need to know the key signs and tell-tale signs in their working environment. Staff also need to understand systems in place to mitigate these threats, know when and how to evacuate using a chain of command.

All key staff including security, management personnel, first aiders, postal staff etc

To prepare key personnel to help prevent a terrorist attack + prepare for aftermath of a major terrorist or emergency incident. The critical time period known as the ‘dead zone’ is the time just after a major incident and before the emergency services arrive.

Throughout the course, delegates will learn how to:
• Identify the component parts of and explosive devices
• Deal with telephone threats
• Know what to do upon discovery of a device including invacuation and evacuation procedures,
• Detect signs of bombs, postal devices, suicide bombers:
• Implement personal, vehicle and estate search procedures
• Relate to consequences of explosions and terrorist attacks
• Prioritise, treat and remove casualties
• Co-ordinate with The Emergency Services
• Assume critical roles if the emergency services are delayed or cannot access the disaster scene
• Operate ‘Command and Control’ – the chain of survival
• Revisit or create a Company Emergency Response plan

In the event of either preventing or dealing with an explosion or similar incident, fast decisive reactions can literally save lives.