Health & Welfare Training Courses
This Safeguarding Adults Training Course is suitable to a wide range of professions including those persons in health and social care, community services, emergency services, volunteers and social housing providers.
The aim of the course is to raise the delegates’ awareness of the different types of abuse, the signs and correct reporting systems to prevent abuse wherever possible. The course is formulated in recognition of the Care Act 2014.
Safeguarding for Children is a term that describes the process undertaken to minimise the risk of abuse to vulnerable children. This Safeguarding Children Course specifically focuses on issues faced by those under the age of 18 years.
This Healthy Worker Course is developed to encourage employees to exercise good practice with an emphasis on occupational health (& safety). The course is appropriate for those employees working in construction, manufacturing, retail and maintenance.
This Needlesticks (Sharps) and Biohazard Training Course is suitable for anyone who is likely to come in to contact with discarded hypodermic needles, drug paraphernalia and other biological contamination including bodily fluid.
This course provides background knowledge of the background of the legionella bacteria and legionnaires disease. It highlights the potential risks associated with water systems and how these risks can be prevented and controlled.
Risk assessments are vital to protect your workers and your business. Helping you to focus on the risks that matter, our risk assessment course will provide your with all the skills you need to comply with the law.
Many hospitals, NHS Trust's, agencies and care homes now insist that mandatory or statutory training us required for all front line nursing and care staff.
The HSE stipulates that as part of managing the health and safety of your business, you must control the risks in your workplace. To do this you need to think about what might cause harm to people and decide whether you are taking reasonable steps to prevent that harm. This is known as a risk assessment and it is something you are required by law to carry out. A safety method statement is not required by law but it does describe in a logical sequence exactly how a job is to be carried out in a safe manner and without risks to health.
Every employer no matter how large or small has a legal obligation to carryout risk assessments in the workplace. This can be quite a formidable task, especially when you have never done one before.
This course is designed to simplify the process making it much easier to do whilst at the same time as assisting you with legal compliance.
The charity MIND confirms that at least one in six workers experiences common mental health problems, including anxiety and depression. Research shows work is the biggest cause of stress in people's lives, more so than debt or financial problems.