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  • Discussions; practical application; empathy.
  • Given the time to think about personal safety more.
  • Sharing/ hearing others’ experiences.  World-wide examples.
  • The final activity which we each discussed how to stay safe with different activities (social media, phones etc…).
  • Everything.  Great examples.  Good participation.
  • Awareness.  Open conversations with everyone.
  • I am taking away a greater feeling of awareness, as I know what to look for.
  • Better education.  Embed the information we have within the business.
  • Importance of tracing.  Planning need.  Keep choices open.
- St. James's Place, Cirencester, February 16th 2018
  • Activities.  Stories and examples regarding personal safety.  Making me think about my own personal safety.
  • Interesting, engaging and fun.
  • Mind maps on refreshing potential risks that we can come across to make staff safe.
  • Trainer’s delivery and knowledge.
  • Interactive and informative.
  • All of it.  Stories/anecdotes.  Life experience and knowledge.
  • The mixture of interactive and group tasks to keeps engaged.
  • Loads!  Great stories.  Very well presented.  Always enjoyable!
  • Comprehensive and engaging.
  • I enjoyed the team working and sharing experiences.  The trainer was excellent.
  • Different situations about what others have experienced
  • Practical, clear advice.  Thank you.
  • Nice to be working for an organisation that cares.  Always need to be reviewing this with staff.
  • Really enjoyed this training.  Regardless of how much experience you have - it is important to stop, think and evaluate what we are doing!
  • Excellent course.
- Blackpool Coastal Housing, February 13th 2018
  • I enjoyed the course very much.  Very engaging, interesting and relevant.
  • The excellent and engaging, informative presentation and format.
  • Really enjoyed the course.  Very interesting and made you think about your safety.
  • Great trainer.  Good to hear from other teams.
  • Meeting Christine and Andy (a fab manager).
  • Dynamic risk assessment.  Communication and body language.
  • Worthwhile course and worthwhile doing a refresher later on.  Enjoyable.  Information put across in a very easy way.
  • The interactivity of the training.
  • All of it.  Makes you think about things that you don’t think about on a daily basis when you should.
  • Sharing information regarding cooling down techniques.  Speaker knowledge of different scenarios.
- Aberdeen City Council, February 9th 2018
  • Variety.   Open session/ contribution.
  • I enjoyed the whole course.  I found it really interesting and all aspects were very good.
  • Thinking about how to keep safe and enjoyed listening to examples and stories from others
  • Variety.  Interactions.  Everyone involved.  Training methods.
  • Session as a whole.  Good training.
  • Listening to other people’s stories and what knowledge they have.
  • The delivery.  The exercise made me think.
  • Very interesting and knowledgeable.
  • Good useful course.
  • Interactive.  Good.
  • Being made aware of own personal safety.
  • Easy to follow and well presented.  Lots of involvement.
  • Thought-provoking.
  • LEAPS and case studies.
  • Thought-provoking.
- Adactus Housing Association, February 6th 2018
  • General participation and contribution of all group members - energetic discussion.  Looking at everyday scenarios through different eyes!
  • The tone of the presenter and the content.
  • Overall enjoyable.  Usually i dread participation.  Good real-life situations.
  • The course was very interesting and engaging.
  • Personal safety discussions with the rest of the group and the trainer.
  • Examples of situations.
- The Land Trust, January 29th 2018
  • Thinking about different ways of approaching tenants and learning about their body language.
  • Engaging, interesting and relevant anecdotes.  Made a serious subject enjoyable and I learned a lot.
  • Stories to raise awareness were interesting and highlighted where I need to make changes.
  • The whole training course refresher was superb.
  • The full day was engaging and informative.
  • Very good and enjoyed the day - made you aware of your own safety.
  • The final session on defusing situations.  LEAPS.
  • Good tuition. Awareness of situations.  Friendly class.
  • All very interesting.
  • The format of the training was really positive and interactive with real-life examples.
  • The flow of the course.
  • The stories and real-life examples.
  • Liked how Chris addressed everything.
  • The whole session.
  • All the stories shared about past experiences.
  • Enjoyed the whole day.
  • Christine - lovely lady!
- Progress Housing Group, January 17th 2018
  • Course content.  Course presentation.  Excellent tutor/ facilitator.
  • The different learning styles.  Being interactive.  The site visit - using theory and practice.
  • Thoroughly enjoyed the training.  Found it so useful and practical.
  • The whole course.  Very educational.
  • The content.  Practical examples.  Group exercises.
  • Working with different departments and brainstorming.
  • Learning more.  Communicating with others.
  • Morning exam.  The walk-through exercise in the park.  Lots of drinks on tap.
  • Learning in a group environment.
  • Meeting Dean and practising the method on an in-borough example.
  • Group activity and walkabout.
  • All of it.  The personal safety element.
- The Royal Borough of Greenwich, January 11th and 12th 2018
  • Liked the fact that I have thought about what the dangers of working alone are and how to avoid them.  Great course.
  • The course as a whole.  Team participation.  Learned many new things.
  • Listening about real-life stories.  Liked the ideas on staying safe and reducing the risk.
  • Very interesting. Makes you think about your personal safety.
  • All of it!  Great course.  Very real examples.
  • Very interesting.  Appropriate.  Thought-provoking.
  • Stories and examples.  They make you think more.
  • Engaging and interactive.
  • Content and delivery.
  • Discussions.  Working groups.
  • How we looked at preparing for trips.
- Progress Housing Group, December 11th 2017
  • Christine gave fantastic examples in a fun and entertaining way.
  • Trainer - very knowledgeable with good real-life examples.
  • Simple techniques.  Self-check my vehicle and personal preparedness.
  • Awareness of the importance of planning journey to avoid being vulnerable.
  • How the course was run by Christine.
  • Christine’s fascinating stories!
  • Covered many topics.  Liked the information on planning and awareness.  The scenarios of incidents and how to avoid them.  Information on where to look on the internet.
  • I liked most of the session, because most of it was relevant to my daily work patterns.
  • Very insightful course.
  • Interesting and worthwhile.
  • You kept it interesting.
- Progress Housing Group, December 7th 2017
  • Very engaging.  Effective stories.  Put things in perspective.
  • The openness of everyone. Learning new techniques for my personal safety.
  • Relevant to our work.  Good examples.  Flowed well.
  • Interactive.  Thought-provoking.  Engaging.
  • Relevant exercises.  Group work.
  • The relevance of the training to the work we do.
  • The whole session.  Information on defusing and de-escalating.
  • Thoroughly enjoyed the course and the stories.
  • Anecdotes and examples.
  • No PowerPoint.
- The Royal British Legion, December 4th 2017

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We deliver a comprehensive range of programmes including Personal Safety & Lone Working Training, Crime Prevention, Problem Solving and Designing Out Training as well as a range of Consultancy Services. CMA Training provides a clear, client-led and tailored approach to delivering comprehensive training programmes to those who participate. After initial delivery, we remain on hand to continually monitor and improve your practices.

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