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We are the number one provider of training and development courses for individuals and organisations. Our qualified and experienced tutors are dedicated to creating a safe, relaxed and enjoyable learning environment, where all attendees can enjoy a positive learning experience. We can also offer bespoke training and development to suit your requirements, to help meet your legal obligations and meet your full potential.

Below you will find a full list of all of our training courses, please click “book now” to get your course.

Please note: All course prices quoted are +VAT

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Foundation Certificate in First Aid at Work

1 Day course, certificate valid for 3 years

The L3 Emergency First Aid at Work qualification is designed for individuals who wish to act as an emergency first aider in their workplace. Upon successful completion of this qualification, candidates will be equipped with the essential skills needed to give safe, prompt and effective first aid in emergency situations.

What’s more, as a regulated qualification, employers can book this course for their employees and rest assured that they have fulfilled their legal responsibilities for providing quality first aid training, without having to undertake any lengthy due diligence checks.

What’s Covered:
• The roles and responsibilities of an emergency first aider
• Assessing an incident
• Managing an unresponsive casualty
• CPR and defibrillation
• Recovery Position
• Choking
• Seizures
• Shock
• Wounds and Bleeding
• Minor Injuries
• Cuts, grazes and bruises
• Minor Burns and Scalds

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Intermediate Certificate in First Aid at Work

3-day course, certificate valid for 3 years

The Level 3 First Aid at work qualification is specifically designed for individuals who wish to act as a first aider in their workplace. Successful candidates will learn how to manage a range of injuries and illnesses that could occur at work and will be equipped with the essential skills needed to give emergency first aid.

What’s more, as a regulated qualification, employers can book this course for their employees and rest assured that they have fulfilled their legal responsibilities for providing quality first aid training, without having to undertake any lengthy due diligence checks

What’s Covered:
• The role and responsibilities of a first aider;
• Assessing an incident
• Managing an unresponsive casualty;
• CPR and defibrillation;
• Recovery Position
• Heart Attack
• Stroke
• Choking
• Epilepsy
• Asthma
• Diabetes
• Anaphylaxis
• Shock
• Head and Spinal Injuries
• Chest Injuries
• Wounds and Bleeding
• Fractures
• Sprains, strains and dislocations
• Minor injuries
• Burns and scalds
• Poisoning
• Eye Injuries

Principles of Manual Handling – Foundation Certificate in Manual Handling

½ day course – Certificate valid for 3 years

Did you know that incorrect manual handling is one of the most common causes of injury at work?
This course is designed to cover the basic principles of manual handling.
It is ideal for employees as it provides them with an awareness of safe manual handling practises and risks of unsafe manual handling.

Covered in just half a day this course is an ideal way reduce the risk of workplace manual handling injuries, whilst minimising disruption to your organisations day to day activities.

What is Covered?
• Common manual handling injuries
• Manual Handling Laws
• Responsibilities of Employers and Employees
• Risk Assessments
• Safe Movement Principles associated with Manual Handling, including the body’s:
• Musculoskeletal System
• Centre of Gravity
• Lever System
• Theory of Safe Manual Handling Principles, including:
• Preparing for a lift
• Solo-lifting, carrying and lowering an object
• Team Manual Handling
• Manual Handling Equipment
• Types of Manual Handling Aids and Equipment
• Maintenance and Requirements for Testing

Health and Safety Awareness / Introductory Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety

½ day course – Refresher training recommended every 3 years

This course has been specifically designed to provide candidates with a basic introduction to workplace health and safety. It is suitable for all employees working in a range of environments, as well as employees returning to work or entering work for the first time. With all subjects covered in just 4 hours, this qualification is ideal for providing employees with a basic understanding of workplace health and safety whilst helping employers to fulfil their legal duties.

What’s Covered:
• Health and Safety roles and responsibilities of employers and employees
• The importance of health and safety in the workplace
• Workplace hazards and risks:
– Slips, trips and falls
– Working at heights
– Manual handling
– Hazardous substances
– Machinery and vehicles
– Electricity
– Fire
– Stress
• Workplace conditions that can affect health and safety
• Health and safety signage
• Personal Protective Equipment and its uses
• Importance of personal hygiene
• The purpose of first aid provision
• The need for reporting incidents and ill health

Foundation Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health

1-day course – Refresher training recommended every 3 years

This course is ideal for all employees, as it helps candidates develop a greater understanding of health and safety issues and the role that everyone plays in maintaining a safe working environment. What’s more, with subjects covered in just 1 day, this qualification is the ideal way for organisations to improve health and safety awareness, whilst minimising disruption to everyday business operations.

What’s Covered:
• Roles and responsibilities of employers and employees
• Health and safety laws, including:
• Penalties for non-compliance
• Training and competence in the workplace
• Communicating health and safety information
• Risk assessments and risk control hierarchy
• Identifying and controlling risks from common workplace hazards:
• Slips, trips and falls
• Manual handling
• Fire safety
• Working from height
• Electricity
• Hazardous substances
• Workplace conditions
• Ergonomics
• Equipment
• Noise and vibration
• Transport and vehicles
• Violence;
• Smoking, alcohol and drugs;
• Stress;
• Procedures for responding to accidents and incidents

Intermediate Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health

3-day course – Refresher training recommended every 3 years

This course is designed to provide candidates with a more advanced understanding of health and safety. Ideal for those who work or intend to work at a supervisory or management level, this 3-day course covers a range of health and safety topics, including: workplace legal requirements, the benefits of using a health and safety system, principles of risk assessment and the risks and control methods for common workplace hazards. Successful candidates will leave with a greater understanding of health and safety in the workplace, enabling them to help maintain a safer working environment.

What’s Covered?
• Health and safety legal requirements
• Roles and responsibilities of employers
• Demonstrating best practice for health and safety compliance
• Communicating health and safety information
• Definition of key health and safety terms
• Main causes of injuries and ill health at work
• Safety management systems:
– Costs associated with accidents and ill health
– Key elements of safety management systems
– Benefits of using a safety management system
• Principles of risk assessment:
– Benefits of assessing and controlling risks
– Types of risk assessment
– Where risk assessments should be used
– Steps needed to complete a simple risk assessment
• Risks and control methods for common workplace hazards:
– Occupational, environmental, human and organisational factors
– Injuries, ill health and other damage that can occur
– Identifying risk control measures using the hierarchy of control
• Procedures for responding to accidents and incidents
• Investigation techniques for revealing immediate and root causes

Food Safety Awareness / Introductory Certificate in Food Safety

½ day course – Refresher training recommended every 3 years

This course has been specifically designed to provide candidates with a basic introduction to food safety. It is suitable for all employees working in a range of food environments, as well as employees returning to work or entering work establishments for the first time.

With all subjects covered in just 4 hours, this qualification is ideal for providing employees with a basic understanding of food safety requirements, whilst helping employers to fulfil their legal duties.

What’s Covered:

  • Introduction to Food Safety
  • Legal Requirements and Enforcement
  • Food Hygiene Ratings
  • Food Safety Hazards
  • Good Food Safety Practice
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Foundation Certificate in Food Safety

1-day course – Refresher training recommended every 3 years.

This qualification helps candidates develop a greater understanding of food safety issues and the role that everyone plays in maintaining a safe working environment in relation to food. What’s more, with subjects covered in just 1 day, this qualification is the ideal way for organisations to improve food safety awareness, whilst minimising disruption to everyday business operations.

What’s Covered:

• The importance of food safety
• Food safety laws
• Legal responsibilities of food handlers
• Types of contamination and the associated risks
• Bacteriology
– Food poisoning
– Foodborne illnesses
• An introduction to Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP)
• Personal hygiene
• Design of Premises and Equipment
• Cleaning and Disinfection
• Waste Disposal
• Pest Control
• Pest control
• Safe food handling practices including time and temperature controls
• Preparation
• Cooking & reheating
• Chilling
• Cooling
• Freezing
• Thawing
• Hot holding
• Displaying food
• Core temperatures
• Food preservation
• Storage
• Stock control procedures
• Food Spoilage

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Intermediate Certificate in Food Safety

3-day course – Refresher training recommended every 3 years

This course is designed to provide candidates with a more advanced understanding of food safety. Ideal for those who work or intend to work at a supervisory or management level, this 3-day course covers a range of food safety topics. Successful candidates will leave with a greater understanding of food safety in the workplace, enabling them to help maintain a safer working environment.

What’s Covered:
• The importance of food safety
• Food safety laws
• Legal responsibilities of food handlers
• Types of contamination and the associated risks
• Bacteriology
– Food poisoning
– Foodborne illnesses
• An introduction to Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP)
• Personal hygiene
• Design of Premises and Equipment
• Cleaning and Disinfection
• Waste Disposal
• Pest Control
• Pest control
• Safe food handling practices including time and temperature controls
• Preparation
• Cooking & reheating
• Chilling
• Cooling
• Freezing
• Thawing
• Hot holding
• Displaying food
• Core temperatures
• Food preservation
• Storage
• Stock control procedures
• Food Spoilage
• Food Safety Management and Supervision

Foundation Certificate in HACCP

1-day Course – Refresher training recommended every 3 year

This qualification provides candidates with a greater understanding on the development and application of HACCP and Food Safety Management Systems and the role people play in maintaining such a system.

What’s covered:

– Introduction to food safety management
– Developing HACCP-based systems
– Principles of Codex HACCP
– Applying HACCP-based systems

Intermediate Certificate in HACCP

2 – day course – Refresher training recommended every 3 years

Food safety management system
Principle 1 – Hazard analysis
Principle 2 – Critical control points
Principle 3 – Critical limits
Principle 4 – Monitoring procedures
Principle 5 – Corrective action
Principle 6 – Verification procedures
Principle 7 – Record keeping

COSHH – Principles of COSHH

½ day course – Refresher training recommended every 3 years

This qualification specifically designed to provide candidates with a basic knowledge of COSHH regulations and requirements. This course is suitable for all employees and ideal for those who work in environments with hazardous substances such as; healthcare, manufacturing, cleaning, transport, utilities, construction and office environments.

Candidates will learn about the legal requirements relating to hazardous substances, how risk assessments contribute to the safe use of hazardous substances as well as the precautions and procedures required to ensure that the risks associated with hazardous substances are properly controlled.

What is Covered?
• Legal Requirements relating to hazardous substances in the workplace:
– Employer Duties
– Employee Duties
– Consequences for non-compliance
– Communicating Safety Information
• The different forms that hazardous substances can take
• Effects that may arise after exposure to hazardous substances
• The different routes that hazardous substances can enter the body
• How risk assessments reduce accidents and ill-health at work
• The five step process of risk assessment and 8-Step COSHH Assessment Process
• The control hierarchy in relation to the safe use, handling, transporting, storage and
disposal of substances hazardous to health
• Information to refer to when identifying and using hazardous substances
• Procedures for dealing with an incident involving hazardous substances

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Principles of Risk Assessment

1 Day course – Refresher training recommended every 3 years

This course is specifically designed to provide candidates with a greater awareness of risks within the workplace and the measures that can be taken to control them. Ideal for all employees, this 1-day course covers a variety of topics, including: the main causes of work-related fatalities, processes for undertaking a risk assessment, methods that can be used to prioritise risks and more.

What’s Covered:
• Main causes of work-related fatalities, injuries and ill health
• Moral, legal and economic reasons for preventing accidents and ill health at work
• Key terms associated with risk assessment in health and safety at work:
– Accident
– Near miss
– Accident triangle
– Hazard
– Risk
– Risk assessment
– Risk control hierarchy
– Suitable and sufficient
– Competence
• The role of risk assessment in accident and ill health prevention
• Legal requirements for risk assessment
• Basic process for undertaking a risk assessment
• Factors that can affect the level of risks in the workplace
– Occupational
– Environmental
– Human
• Methods that can be used to prioritise risks
• Providing information about, and records on, the results of risk assessments

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