Our effective online courses are a practical way to deliver maximum learning in minimum time. Choose from a variety of health and safety, food safety, first aid and safeguarding topics. The courses are ideal both as part of induction for new starters or as new or refresher training for existing staff. Each course is presented by a tutor, and participants can work at their own speed, break off as often as they want, and revisit topics as needed.
This course is for anyone who uses abrasive wheels in their work or manages those who do. It explains the different types of abrasive wheel, how to store, handle and use them safely, and how to check and test. It also covers training, certification, and inspections.
Our general asbestos awareness course is suitable for anyone who might come into contact with asbestos in their work and those who employ people in that situation. There’s also a course specifically for architects and designers. Both courses introduce the legislation on working with asbestos and explain how to recognise asbestos and minimise the risks involved in working with it.
This course is for people who are exposed to hazardous substances at work and for their line managers. It covers essential information about different types of hazard, COSHH regulations, risk assessment, safe handling, and emergency planning.
We offer both a DSE awareness course suitable for all users of DSE and a course for those who assess DSE setups in the workplace. Both include a look at the legislation and cover how to adjust posture, chairs, screens and workstation layouts to prevent health problems and improve concentration. The assessment course also includes practical information on risk management, control and prevention, and carrying out assessments.
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Our fire safety courses give people the knowledge and understanding to respond promptly and effectively in the event of a fire. We offer basic fire safety awareness and fire marshal courses suitable for any work environment, plus care home-specific courses including extra vital information for those working in care and residential homes. There’s also a fire extinguisher course introducing people to different types of fire extinguisher and how to use them.
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A range of courses giving you a simple and effective way to fulfil your due diligence duties in relation to food safety staff training. There are courses at both Level 1 and Level 2 specific to each of manufacturing, catering and retail. Each course covers premises hygiene, personal hygiene, risk control, pest control and waste management. Level 1 courses are ideal for waiting staff, kitchen porters, and those who handle packaged food. Level 2 courses are for those involved directly in food preparation.
Our Basic Legionella Management course gives anyone working in facilities management or property the knowledge they need to manage and mitigate the risks of legionella. The course covers essential background information and explains the risks involved with water and cooling systems and how these risks can be prevented or controlled.
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A manual handling course for just about anyone in the workplace. Most people have to lift, lower, push, pull or carry at some point, even if it’s only a box of paper. The course covers the consequences of getting it wrong, what the regulations say, and how to use safe handling techniques to avoid injuries.
Our Safeguarding Children and Safeguarding Adults courses help you manage and minimise the risk of harm to the people your organisation looks after or works with. Suitable for both paid employees and volunteers, the courses explain the different types of abuse, how to recognise it, and what to do if you see it. They also explain the legislation involved.
This course is for anyone who works at height or has employees who work at height. It covers the Working at Height regulations and how to assess and reduce risk, and also explains duty-holders’ and employers’ responsibilities and the hierarchy of control.
This Emergency First Aid Refresher course highlights common first aid situations ranging from sprains and bleeding through to heart attacks and stroke. People learn to recognise when urgent help is needed and what they themselves can do. The course includes information on CPR.
An overview of safe working practices, suitable for people in a wide range of settings. The course covers how to identify hazards, improve safety performance, and protect the environment, and includes a practical hazard perception exercise.