Welcome to ALLS Online Training

"The capacity to learn is a gift, the ability to learn is a skill, the willingness to learn is a choice”

We offer a range of online training and 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 online training courses, please click book now to get your course:

Please note: All course prices quoted are +VAT

Asbestos Awareness

The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 require compulsory training for anyone who may be exposed to asbestos fibres. The Asbestos Awareness e-Learning course clearly outlines what to be alert to if you encounter asbestos at work, or work in a building where asbestos may be present.

This course incudes:
1. What asbestos is
2. Why asbestos is used
3. The Types of Asbestos
4. Where asbestos can be found
5. Why asbestos is dangerous
6. Asbestos related diseases
7. The Law and Regulations
8. Asbestos Training Levels
9. Examples of High Risk Occupations

Display Screen Equipment (DSE)

Anyone who sits at a workstation with display screens in their daily work will benefit from the Display Screen Equipment (DSE) e-Learning course. The module covers equipment including televisions, personal computers, laptops and tablet devices and the associated risks and hazards. Undertaking this course also ensures that employers are compliant with the Health and Safety (DSE) Regulations 1992.

This course covers:
• The definition of DSE
• Health hazards associated with DSE
• Regulations
• Assessing risks to health
• Ergonomics
• Planning workstations
• The environment
• Avoiding eye strain
• Portable computers and appliances

Equality Act 2010

The Equality Act 2010 e-Learning course takes learners through the core principles of the act and demonstrates how discrimination and harassment in the workplace can be challenged and avoided in the future. Employers will also be briefed on how to fully comply with the Equality Act in this course. The course covers the legal requirements for complying with the Equality Act 2010. It is aimed at all workers within an organisation including contractors when they are at work.

Module coverage:
• Introduction to the Equality Act 2010
• Challenging discrimination and harassment
• Your rights at work
• Creating equality policy

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Environmental Awareness

Suitable for a variety of candidates, this course provides learners with an understanding of the impact of our daily life on the environment. This course covers Environmental Impacts; Environmnetal Aspects and Personal Social Responsibility.

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Introduction to First Aid

Suitable for a variety of candidates, this course provides learners with the skills and knowledge to deal with first aid situations in low-risk work environments including shops and offices.

This course covers:
• Introduction to first aid;
• First aid equipment;
• First at a scene;
• Fire prevention measures;
• Unconscious casualties;
• First aid incidents;
• Treating minor injuries

Licensing Law Awareness

The Licensing Law Awareness e-Learning module is an essential course for anyone who works within a retail organisation that serves alcohol to the public. It will make learners aware of their responsibilities and legal requirements in relation to The Licensing Law Act (2003).

When you have completed this you will be able to:
• Identify the benefits to society of regulating alcohol and state the key provisions of the Licensing Act 2003;
• State the four licensing objectives;
• Explain the role of the licensing authority;
• State the mandatory conditions that apply to all premises that authorise the sale of alcohol;
• Identify the four licensable activities that are defined in the Licensing Act 2003;
• Define unauthorised licensable activities;
• State the penalties for breaching the conditions of a premises licence;
• Explain when a Temporary Events Notice (TEN) can be applied for;
• Define the role of the personal designated premises supervisor and the personal licence holder

Legionella Awareness

The Legionella Awareness e-Learning course has been designed to provide an introduction to Legionella (or Legionnaires’ disease).

This course includes:
• Where Legionnaires’ disease was first diagnosed;
• What Legionnaires’ disease is;
• UK statistics;
• Symptoms;
• Where Legionella Bacteria can be found naturally; • How people become infected; • Employers’ responsibilities

Serving the Allergenic and Food Intolerant Customer

Serving the Allergic and Food Intolerant Customer e-Learning course is an essential guide for anyone involved in food preparation, where learners will understand: allergies and their causes; food labels with an ingredients list; warnings on packed food and preparing and serving non-packed food.

This course includes:
• Allergy Awareness;
• Understanding pre-packed food labels;
• Serving non packed food

Working at Height

Those who undertake the Working at Height e-Learning course will learn how to ensure their own safety in various situations. The course will also help employers satisfy the Working at Height Regulations 2005 (amended 2007).

This course covers:
– Working at height – definitions;
– Legal responsibilities;
– The five steps of a risk assessment;
– Ladders and stepladders safety;
– Specialist equipment;
– Types of protection

Slips, Trips and Falls

The Slips, Trips and Falls e-Learning course will alert staff to the dangers of slip and trip accidents and raise awareness to dangerous everyday hazards that can be avoided to create a safer and productive workplace.

This course includes:
– RIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences) statistics for slips, trips and falls in the workplace;
– The main regulations relevant to workplace safety;
– Legal ‘punishments’ the HSE can enforce;
– The five steps of a risk assessment;
– Responsibilities in the workplace

Level 1 Food Safety

The Level 1 Food Safety e-Learning course is suitable for anyone without prior food safety knowledge and serves as an ideal induction course to food hygiene. Topics covered include: handling of low-risk and wrapped food, front-of-house staff (including waiting/check-out employees) and back-of-house staff (kitchen porter/warehouse employees).

This course covers:
• The importance of food safety;
• Food hygiene;
• Cleaning;
• Contamination

Level 1 Health and Safety

The Level 1 Health and Safety e-Learning course introduces learners to key health and safety issues within the workplace and teaches them how to keep themselves, and others, free from harm in the workplace.

This course covers:
– Overview of Health and Safety principles;
– Overview of workplace hazards, conditions and procedures;
– Legal responsibilities

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Level 1 Principles of Fire Safety

The Principles of Fire Safety Awareness e-Learning course provides employees with essential knowledge about fire safety, ranging from precautionary measures to prevent fires starting, to what actions to take in the event of a fire breaking out.

This course will give you an overview of the main causes and effects of fire in the workplace. You will understand what your role is in preventing fire and the responsibilities of your employer, fire wardens and other key staff. You will learn what actions you must take in the event of a fire. Everyone has a responsibility for ensuring that the risk of fire is lessened and that in the event of a fire every action is taken to minimise injury and loss of life.

Level 2 Principles of COSHH

The Level 2 Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) e-Learning course is essential for workers who deal with hazardous substances by making them aware of the risks and the safety controls available.

This course covers:
– Health Problems;
– Identying Hazardous Substances;
– Controlling Hazardous Substances;
– COSHH Regulations

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Level 2 Food Safety for Manufacturing

The Level 2 Food Safety for Manufacturing e-Learning course is designed for those who work in manufacturing or processing environments such as food factories, meat cutting plants, breweries, vegetable packing, dairies or bottling plants. The course covers issues ranging from safe cleaning to appropriate food storage methods.

This course includes:
– Food Safety Hazards;
– Temperature Control;
– Heat Processing of Foods;
– Food Handlers;
– Food Storage;
– Cleaning;
– Food Premises and Equipment;
– The Law

Level 2 Food Safety in Catering

“The Level 2 Food Safety for Catering e-Learning course is designed to help anyone who works in a place where food is prepared, cooked and handled. This course will make best practice recommendations for a range of food safety and hygiene hazard scenarios.

This course includes:
– Food safety hazards
– Temperature control
– Refrigeration, cooling and cold holding of foods
– Cooking, hot holding and reheating of foods
– Food handling
– Principles of safe food storage
– Cleaning
– Food premises and equipment
– The Law”

Level 2 Health and Safety for Food Manufacturers

“The Level 2 Health and Safety for Food Manufacturing e-Learning course is aimed at anyone responsible for any aspect of health and safety within the food manufacturing sector (including warehousing and distribution).

On this course, learners will be presented with an overview of key legislation, safety management processes, risk assessment and prevention. This course shows you how to:
• Avoid injuries from slips, trips and falls;
• Lift and carry heavy objects
• Identify hazardous substances
• Act promptly in the event of fire
• Work safely at heights
• Deal with stress at work
• Recognise safety signs
• Follow your employer’s health and safety procedures

Level 2 Health and Safety in the Workplace

The Level 2 Health and Safety in the Workplace e-Learning course is ideal for anyone responsible for health and safety across sectors such as facilities, catering, care, logistics/warehousing and light construction. Key health and safety legislation, safety management processes, risk assessment and prevention is covered in this course.

This course includes:
– Health & Safety Matters;
– A Safe Workplace;
– Working Safely;
– Vehicles, Noise and Heights;
– Manual Handling;
– Fire and Electrics;
– When things go wrong

Level 2 Principles of HACCP

The Level 2 HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point) e-Learning course helps in understanding the use of this system in a food business. It will guide food operators on food safety management and provides controls that ensure a safe food environment that protects consumers and satisfies external scrutiny by inspectors.

Learners will be able to print out examples and blank forms for use within their own organisation, and will understand how these are mapped onto the 12 Step HACCP Codex Model. When you complete the Introduction module you will be able to:
• Explain the concept of HACCP;
• Define the terms ‘contamination’, ‘hazard’, ‘risk’ and ‘control’ as they relate to food safety;
• State the benefits of a HACCP based food safety management system;
• State the legal requirements for food businesses to adopt a food safety management system and the consequences of failing to comply

Level 2 Principles of Manual Handling

The Principles of Manual Handling e-Learning course is vital for those who work with heavy items, where they will learn the key principles that help reduce the risk of injury by identifying common manual handling hazards.

This course includes:
– An overview of Manual Handling;
– Manual Handling Hazards;
– Risk Assessments;
– Controls and Reducing the Risk of Harm;
– Legislation and Guidance

Level 3 Food Safety in Manufacturing

The Level 3 Food Safety in Manufacturing e-Learning course is indispensable if you are the manager/supervisor of a small, medium or large food manufacturing business. The course is especially relevant if you are responsible for developing and monitoring HACCP based food safety management procedures and systems.

This course includes:
• Introduction;
• Legislation;
• Good hygiene practice;
• Temperature control;
• Workplace and equipment design;
• Cleaning, disinfection and waste disposal;
• Pest control;
• Personal hygiene;
• Training;

Level 3 Health & Safety in the Workplace

Level 3 Health and Safety in the Workplace e-Learning course is essential for anyone in a supervisory role who requires a thorough understanding of health and safety. There is a particular emphasis on monitoring of staff and controls to help minimise the risk of accidents and processes to deal with ill-health in the workplace.

This course includes:
• Introduction to health and safety;
• Legislation;
• Accidents in the workplace;
• Ill health in the workplace;
• Health and safety organisation and management;
• The role of supervisors

Level 3 Food Safety in Catering

The Level 3 Food Safety in Catering e-Learning course is indispensable if you are a business owner or a manager/supervisor of small, medium and large catering operations. The course provides a grounding in the things you need to know to achieve full compliance including waste disposal, pest control, cleaning and an overview of HACCP.

This course includes:
– Introduction to food safety;
– Assisting an investigation;
– Good hygiene practice;
– Temperature control;
– Workplace and equipment design;
– Cleaning, disinfection and waste control;
– Pest control;
– Personal hygiene;
– Training;
– Food safety management tools

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