This one day training course is for individuals who act as an Emergency First Aider at work. The emphasis is on preventing situations from becoming worse and maintaining life until help arrives. The learning outcomes for this course are identical– whether you opt to have this course accredited or not. Your certificate will be valid for 3 years.
The Level 2 award in Managing Fire Safety is for anyone involved in the management of fire safety in any workplace. Learners will know that fire safety is the responsibility of everyone in the workplace and recognise the consequences of a fire in any premises. The learning outcomes for this course are identical– whether you opt to have this course accredited or not.
Subjects covered include hazards and controls, food safety management and temperature controls, food poisoning control, personal hygiene, cleaning and disinfection, food pests, and the role of the food handler in keeping food safe. The learning outcomes for this course are identical– whether you opt to have this course accredited or not.. The HABC Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering (QCF) accreditation is recognised internationally and has been developed to protect customers, brand reputation and profits.
Health and Safety is important for staff, customers and a necessity for any job holder; it is everyone’s responsibility. The reputation of your organisation and the safety of your customers depend on it. If your business is unsafe, accidents will occur and the morale and productivity of your workforce will decrease. The learning outcomes for this course are identical– whether you opt to have this course accredited or not.
Learners MUST have attended the Mental Capacity Act training before attending this course.
Learners will understand the Act and the key terms. They will be able to identify and define the difference between ‘Restriction’ and ‘Deprivation’ of liberty and the required forms that need to be completed.
Providers of social care need to comply with the provisions of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA) and the associated codes of practice. The Act and codes set out the principles and guidance for supporting people who use services to make their own decisions. This course will help learners understand the Act and how it applies to the clients they support.
1 in 4 people will have mental illness at some point in their lives. Recognising and understanding mental illness is key in today’s busy workplace. This course is designed to develop learners personally, as well as developing their skills regarding mental health issues.
The SOVA (formerly POVA) course raises awareness of the importance of safeguarding vulnerable adults. Learners will be in a better position to implement their adult protection policy and the procedures they should follow. This course is essential for anyone working with vulnerable adults.
The course will look at stress from the point of view of a 1st Aid approach to stress. i.e. Recognise the condition by identifying the signs and symptoms, treat the condition using various items from a “1st aid kit” of strategies & techniques and know when to seek further help