BTEC Level 2 Disengagement and Non-Restrictive Physical Intervention Skills


Qualification: BTEC Level 2


Up to 10 people – £1440.00 (£1200.00 + £240.00 vat)
Up to 20 people – £2160.00 (£1800.00 + £360.00 vat)


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All of our Level 2 courses are offered as in-house courses only or as an open course through one of our NFPS Approved License Centres. If you are interested in this course as an in-house option or if you would like to be contacted regarding possible dates of open courses that may be running please complete the form below.

The Main Aims of the Course

This qualification is designed to provide training for people in skills in non-restrictive (for low-level challenging behaviour) physical intervention and disengagement skills in the workplace to deal with vulnerable young people or vulnerable adults, or whose staff perform security functions that have to deal customers or service users who display ‘challenging’ behaviour and who therefore need training in low-level / non-restrictive physical intervention and disengagement skills.

Course Duration

2 Days (20 hours)

Course Objectives

The BTEC Level 2 Award comprises three units. One is a Core Unit which must be completed and two are Specialist Units of which the learner must choose one of.

They are as follows:

Specialist Units

Unit 1: Law and Risks of Physical Intervention When Working with Children and Vulnerable Adults (10 Hours);


Unit 2: Law and Risks of Physical Intervention for People Performing Security Functions (10 Hours)

Core Unit

Unit 3: Non-restrictive Methods of Disengagement and Physical Intervention (10 Hours).

Learners must complete either Unit 1 or Unit 2, plus Unit 3.

Next Course Dates & Prices

This course is normally delivered under License by our Licensed Centres of which you can see a list of by going to our Licensed Centres page


  • The protective and Security Industries (door supervisors, static and patrolling security guards, court security officers, close protection officers)
  • NHS Staff – Ambulance staff, A&E staff, NHS Security staff, nurses working with disturbed patients, etc
  • Staff working with Children in residential settings
  • Staff working with Adults who exhibit ‘Challenging Behaviour’
  • School staff, including special needs schools, teachers and nominated teaching assistants
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