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MHC Training

Prevention and Management of Violence and Aggression (PMVA) Training specialist
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Who We Are

Established in 2010, MHC Training is a leading UK provider of PMVA training and online training courses.

All our statutory and mandatory training courses meet the current UK legislation,  regulations and recommended best practices. All organisations are required to carry out risk assessments, training needs assessments and appropriate training to meet the law requirements.

At MHC Training, we aim to ensure your organisations comply and meet these requirements. The training is always tailored to your organisation’s needs, making sure that only that which is relevant to you is delivered


Why is statutory and mandatory training required?

Statutory training is required to ensure that the organisation is meeting any legislative duties. On the other hand, mandatory training is an organisational requirement to limit risk and maintain safe working practice.

Mandatory training is important because it enables health and social care workers to achieve the standards set by regulatory authorities and meet organisational obligations. Both statutory and mandatory training equips staff with the essential knowledge and skills to work safely and effectively.


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I have attended several courses with MHC Training Institute in the past and believe them to be the best in terms of relevancy and content. From the tutors and fellow delegates to the takeaway materials.

Victoria B

This was a very interactive workshop compared to those available from other providers who feel more like lectures. The day really fine-tuned my skills and the updates I have received since mean I can continue my learning into the future.

Kate Young

Why choose accredited training providers?

With no open days or face-to-face meetings, how do you pick a distance learning course?

Here’s what to consider before choosing an online degree Fake institutions are an ongoing issue with internet degree courses, so it’s worth taking the time to make sure a course you’ve chosen is the real deal.

How much does it cost? Another factor to consider is the budget. Although online learners can often cut the cost by being based off-campus and working alongside their degree, tuition fees still tend to be in the thousands.