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Helping People Manage their Anger and Violence course feedback

Helping People Manage their Anger and Violence, course feedback.

APT prides itself on the feedback we receive about our courses. Below is just some of the great written feedback the Helping People Manage their Anger and Violence course has received.


"This was hands down the best training course I've done. The skills taught will be very useful in dealing with angry clients, but also will be easily re-deployed in other areas as well. The instructor came with loads of relevant experience and case studies which made the whole thing that much more interesting. Fantastic course."

Valerie Bennett, Social Worker


"Every aspect of the course will definitely be taken back to the ward."

Course Delegate, RMN


"A really informative course, presented by an enthusiastic and knowledgeable trainer which will help influence my working practice for many years to come."

Mark Burrow, Substance Misuse Worker


"Recommend to all professionals, as it is relevant to all types of professions."

Louise Bridgman, Occupational Therapist


"Thoroughly informative and enjoyable course. The tutor was extremely interesting to listen and to learn from. His knowledge on this subject is vast and he gave useful hints and tips to use on my difficult patients. Very helpful - would recommend the course to others. Extremely relevant to my job role."

Fiona Woodhouse, Senior Staff Nurse


"Thoroughly enjoyed the course which will be extremely helpful in my practice. Some excellent ideas and model to use and backed up by a comprehensive clinician's guide to refer to when needed."

Carol Pearson, Specialist Social Worker


"Best course I have ever attended, will greatly benefit from having learnt about how to overcome and anger and irritability. No criticisms whatsoever."

Social Worker


"I got what I wanted from this course: 1) Practical tools to use with clients, 2) a structured way to deal with anger in clients. I can use this straight away at work."

Rhona Stewart, Senior Social Worker


"A most excellent 3 days, very informative and will certainly be utilised in my work."

Keith Appleby, Community Psychiatric Nurse


"I have greatly enjoyed this course and it will be greatly beneficial to my working practice. The model given is very usable and can be transferred to other issues as well as anger and aggression."

Eve Wicks, CPN


"A very well organised and presented course. Lots of information and very relevant to my clinical practice and personally. It will facilitate a more knowledgeable and structured approach to my time with clients. Thank you."

Karen Hibbins, CPN


"Very well articulated, excellent knowledge base. Very well organised, thoroughly enjoyed. 1st course that I've been able to see the difference it will make in clinical practice. Thanks."

Meika Hombree, Community Mental Health Nurse


"I liked being given a good informative book which I can use as a resource."

Gilly Boulton, CPN


"I thoroughly enjoyed the course. Pace and literature was perfect. Presentation was excellent. It confirmed and pulled together my practice. Motivated me and made me view personal as well as work situations in a new light – thank you."

Laura MacDonald, CPN


"The course was extremely interesting and well structured. The content of the course introduced some new concepts and confirmed some methods I currently use but in a much more structured manner. Has filled me with fresh enthusiasm and motivation. Attendance on this course will have a changing effect on both my professional and personal life."

Lindsey Downie, Deputy Manager


"Course content very relevant for the client group I work with and will be beneficial to deal with staff anger and irritability! Enjoyable and stimulating throughout with a nice balance between tutor-led discussion and group participation. Clearly and concisely presented by the tutor, everything made sense; well laid out and practical manual. I'm sure the knowledge I have gained will be of great benefit both in my workplace and private life. Excellent."

Steve Thompson, Psychiatric Nurse


"A very enjoyable and informative course. It not only applied to our clinical areas but also to our personal lives. It has motivated me to read more about the topic and to use some of the techniques with my patients."

June Dassrath, Mental Health Nurse


"The course was very relevant, nicely paced and the tutor moved readily between levels, showing theoretical grounding clearly, but also admirable practical skills and empathy. I am very glad that I attended."

Course Delegate


"A most excellent three days, very informative and will certainly be utilised in my work."

Keith Appleby, Community Practice Nurse


"I got what I wanted from this course: 1) Practical tools to use with clients, 2) a structured way to deal with anger in clients. I can use this straight away at work."

Rhona Stewart, Senior Social Worker


"A most excellent 3 days, very informative and will certainly be utilised in my work."

Keith Appleby, Community Psychiatric Nurse


"A very enjoyable and informative course. It not only applies to our clinical areas but also to our personal lives. It has motivated me to read more about the topic and to use some of the techniques with my patients."

June Dassrath, Mental Health Nurse


"I thoroughly enjoyed the course. Pace and literature was perfect. Presentation was excellent. Motivated me and made me view personal as well as work situations in a new light - thank you."

Laura MacDonald, Community Practice Nurse


"Very good, well presented course … Interesting concepts, many to do with counselling aspects."

Linda Bell, Project Worker


"Thank you very much, I found the course enjoyable and beneficial to me in my job."

Terry Watkins, Support Worker


"Interesting course content. Relevant to my job – giving a better insight into possible management for anger related situations."

Jacqui Laurie, Project Worker


"I found the course very interesting and thought the tutor was very down to earth and knowledgeable."

Jill Bebb, Project Worker


"Very interesting – would have liked a longer course."

Jennifer Sullivan, Senior Project Worker


"A very inspiring presentation which kept the whole class interested. It will help in a practical way."

Karen Bartlett, Basic Skills Volunteer Tutor


"Found the course very enjoyable, giving a good insight into controlling anger."

Denise Pritchard, Support Worker


"Interesting and relevant to my job."

Nikki Lewis, Project Worker


"The presentation was crisp, clear, erudite and to the point."

Lawson Skuse, Project Worker


"Course was presented very well and will be useful in my job."

Jason Parry, Project Worker


"Well presented and relaxed manner of tutor. Valuable information and ideas learnt. I feel I will benefit from techniques discussed. Thank you for the book"

Sharon Weeks, Support Worker


"Trainer was flexible to our questions which made the information very relevant and useful."

Kate Jones, Senior Project Worker



Helping People Manage their Anger and Violence

Helping People Manage their Anger and Violence.

A 3-day course.

Written by William Davies, author of Overcoming Anger and Irritability and the only anger management book on the Books on Prescription Core List, this is a top anger management course.

This, APT's Anger Management course, focuses primarily on working with individuals (rather than groups, which are covered, but more briefly) who are habitually angry and sometimes violent. It covers the problems of working with such people but principally focuses on strategies for helping them overcome their anger and violence. Importantly it also recognises depression as a major cause of irritability and anger.

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Feedback Ratings

Feedback Ratings.

We continuously monitor the quality of our training by obtaining feedback on the two key scales of relevance and presentation from every course delegate. Below are the average ratings for the last ten runnings of this course.

Average Presentation rating: 96%

Average Relevance rating: 94%



*These statistics were last updated in April 2017.