This Health and Safety Awareness course will enable your business to comply with the legal requirement to carry out health and safety assessments of the risk related to activities.
The main aims of this course are to provide an understanding of principles of Health & Safety, and know how to apply the knowledge gained to reduce the risk of injury to themselves and others.
By the end of the session, delegates will have the following knowledge base:
- Health and Safety legislation
- responsibilities of employer and employee
- accidents, incidents and hazards in the workplace
- how to conduct a risk assessment
- moving and handling
- Health and Safety signs
- control of hazardous substances
- how to report unsafe acts to prevent an accident
Health and safety is a generic course and can be attended by any professional working either in clinical or nonclinical roles.
This course can be delivered as an induction course or for those who require a refresher.
The aim of this workshop is to provide delegates with an understanding of fire prevention, responses to fire in the workplace and how to correctly deal with them.
A practical demonstration will take place, along with training on how to use a fire extinguisher.
- gain fire safety awareness of their surrounding environment
- understand fire prevention in the workplace
- learn correct responses in the event of fire
- gain practical fire fighting skills and fire extinguisher knowledge
- understand roles and responsibilities of the fire warden
This workshop is aimed at H&S representatives, department heads, managers or any designated personnel for this role.
From time to time all staff will be faced by a difficult and demanding parent. From challenging safeguarding decisions, academic results, to accusations of bullying, some parents can be very intimidating or even aggressive.
This course is suitable for anyone (including support and admin staff) from primary, secondary and special schools as well as FE colleges, and will examine effective ways of handling such situations. This course is suitable for all staff who come into face to face or telephone contact with parents.
Handling violence and aggression in the workplace is easier when you know what to do. Our course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to deal with these situations.
- appreciate what are acceptable and unacceptable levels of behaviour
- identify the causes of anger and aggression in adults
- be able to use body language to gain rapport with difficult people
- be able to apply diffusion techniques
- be able to use effective conflict resolution techniques
- be able to practice assertive communication
- be able to deal with aggression that turns to violence
- have the tools to draw an effective action plan and risk assessment to deal with aggressive adults
- know how to ban verbally and physically aggressive adults from schools
- feel confident about dealing with anger or aggression in people
All school staff
This course will provide participants with training as Paediatric First Aiders within the workplace, incorporating particular skills for the treatment of injured and ill children and babies.
Day 1 will cover working with children aged 8 and above
Day 2 will cover working with babies from birth to 1 and children 1-7 years.
All participants will receive a delegate pack. It should be noted that there is no examination on the second day, participants will be continually assessed during the course. Attendance is required on both dates.
Successful candidates will be awarded an Emergency First Aid (Children and Babies) certificate, valid for three years.
- be safer and have safeguarding needs met in a more appropriate and timely manner
- feel confident and prepared to deal with First Aid situations as and when they arise
All interested staff from all schools.
This course is open to anyone wishing to train as a First Aider – especially those working with children and babies.
Candidates must be physically fit with the ability and temperament to undertake First Aid training