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“Enhancing knowledge and skills nationwide,”  Accredited by a range of legislation

We provide a wide range of accredited courses to ensure your organisation remains compliant with current rules and regulations, equipping your team with the knowledge and skills to enhance their competency levels meeting current legislation and guidance.

Our talented team of consultants offer you advice and guidance ensuring training is both compliant and enjoyable; Bespoke course content to meet your business demands.

All our courses are delivered by our fully qualified trainers and can be administrated on site if required.

As a training provider we offer a range of First Aid Courses, Health & Safety, Fire Marshal / Fire safety awareness, Catering & Food Hygiene including HACCP qualifications to businesses and organisations throughout the UK.

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The following are a list of courses which can be delivered:

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First Aid Training

  • Level 2 Award in Basic Life Support
  • Level 2 Award in First Aid Awareness
  • Level 2 Award in Automated External Defibrillation
  • Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work
  • Level 3 Award in Immediate Life Support
  • Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work
  • Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work and Alcohol Awareness
  • Level 3 Dentistry First Aid
  • Level 2 Clinical Observations

** Accredited Certificated Highfields Certificate also available. Please enquire:

Dentists and Dental Practices

Mandatory Training

  • Level 2 Award in Medical Emergencies for Dental Practices
  • Level 2 Award in Infection Control and Prevention
  • Level 2 Award in Safeguarding Children
  • Level 2 Award in Safeguarding Adults

Best Practice Training

  • Fire Safety
  • Mental Capacity Act inc DoLS
  • Basic Life Support
  • Health & Safety
  • Manual Handling
  • Good Record Keeping
  • GDPR
  • Risk Assessment
  • Mental Health Awareness
  • DSE Assessor

GPs and General Practice Staff

Mandatory Training

  • Level 2 Award in Basic Life Support
  • Level 2 Award in Infection Control and Prevention
  • Level 2 Award in Safeguarding Children
  • Level 2 Award in Safeguarding Adults
  • Level 2 Award in Fire Safety Awareness
  • Level 2 Award in the Mental Capacity Act inc DoLS

Best Practice Training

  • AED unit & training
  • Manual Handling
  • Health & Safety
  • Risk Assessment
  • Mental Health Awareness
  • Safe Handling and Administration of Meds
  • Good Record Keeping
  • GDPR
  • Person Centred Care
  • DSE Assessor

Health and Safety

  • Level 2 Award in Principles of Health and Safety
  • Level 2 Award in Health and Safety
  • Level 2 Award in Handling Hazardous Substances (COSHH) Awareness
  • Level 2 Award in Manual Handling
  • Level 2 Award in Handling and Administration of Medications
  • Level 2 Award in Infection Control and Prevention

Fire Safety

  • Level 2 Award in Fire Safety Awareness
  • Level 3 Award in the Role of the Fire Marshal

Food Safety

  • Level 2 Award in Food Safety Principles
  • Level 2 Award in Food Safety
  • Level 3 Award in Supervising Food Safety
  • Level 2 Award in HACCP
  • Level 2 Award in Food Safety, Nutrition and Hydration

Mental Health Training

  • Level 2 Award in Understanding Mental Health
  • Level 2 Award in Mental Health Awareness in the Workplace
  • Level 2 Award in Anxiety and Phobias Awareness

Health & Social Care Courses

  • Level 2 Award in Moving, Assisting and Hoisting
  • Level 2 Award in Person Centred Care
  • Level 2 Award in Managing Challenging Behaviours
  • Level 2 Award in Mental Capacity & DoLS
  • Level 2 Award in Safeguarding Adults / Children
  • Level 2 Award in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Awareness
  • Level 2 Award in Epilepsy and Emergency Medication Awareness
  • Care Certificate
  • The Care Certificate standards focus on 15 key areas:
  1. Understand your role
  2. Your personal development
  3. Duty  of care
  4. Equality and diversity
  5. Work in a person centred way
  6. Communication
  7. Privacy and dignity
  8. Fluids and nutrition
  9. Awareness of mental health, dementia and learning disability
  10. Safeguarding adults
  11. Safeguarding children
  12. Basic life support
  13. Health and safety
  14. Handling information
  15. Infection prevention and control

Emergency First Aid at work (one day course)

The training programme for this course includes the following:

  • The role of a first aider and prioritising
  • Managing Incidents safely and the assessment of casualty
  • Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
  • Purpose and safe use of AED (Automatic External Defibrillator)
  • Managing unconscious casualty
  • Dealing with wounds including infection control, severe bleeding and treatment shock
  • Assessing and managing burns
  • The recording of incidents and actions
  • First aid treatment for choking including wheelchair choking techniques
  • First aid treatment for minor injuries

Certification

Certification is dependent on successful continuous assessment of the student, there are multiple assessments. Those students who complete the course and are deemed to have reached the required standard are issued with a certificate that is valid for three years. Under the current guidelines it is strongly recommended that first aid trained staff attend a half-day update every twelve months.

All our first aid courses are legally compliant with the Health and Safety Regulations (1981 and 2013 amendment to regulation 3(2) of the Health and Safety (First-aid) Regulations

Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work

Aim

To provide candidates with the knowledge and expertise to qualify as a First Aider in the workplace. For those who are 16 or over and need to be a First Aider in the workplace. Once qualified, holders of this First Aid at Work certificate can be used as First Aiders in the workplace in accordance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe your actions in an emergency
  • Demonstrate adult resuscitation
  • Demonstrate the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
  • Explain the management of adult choking
  • Demonstrate the management of the unconscious casualty
  • Describe how to recognise and treat bleeding and shock
  • Explain the treatment of minor and major injuries
  • Know how to deal with heart attacks and stroke
  • Describe treatment of injuries to bones, muscles and joints
  • Describe treatment of suspected spinal injuries
  • Common Illnesses including Asthma and Infection control
  • Management of Epilepsy
  • Recognising signs and symptoms of Diabetes
  • Recording and Reporting, Regulations
  • First Aid Kits Complain Jan 2019

Certification

Successful candidates will be issued with a certificate valid for 3 years.

Accreditation

External accreditation is available for this course, if required, through Highfield Qualifications or Advantage Accreditation. Additional costs will apply, please contact us.

Under the current guidelines it is strongly recommended that First Aid trained staff attend a half-day update every twelve months.

All our First Aid courses are legally compliant with the Health and Safety Regulations (1981 and  2013 amendment to regulation 3(2) of the Health and Safety (First-aid) Regulations

Requalification Level 3 First Aid at work 2 day course

For anyone who needs to renew their 3 day First Aid at Work Certificate. Please note that candidates attending this course must be in possession of a valid (not out of date by more than 28 days) First Aid at Work certificate.

Course outline

  • Describe your actions in an emergency
  • Demonstrate adult resuscitation
  • Demonstrate the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
  • Explain the management of adult choking
  • Demonstrate the management of the unconscious casualty
  • Describe how to recognise and treat bleeding and shock
  • Explain the treatment of minor and major injuries
  • Know how to deal with heart attacks and stroke
  • Describe treatment of injuries to bones, muscles and joints
  • Describe treatment of suspected spinal injuries
  • Common Illnesses including Asthma and Infection control
  • Management of Epilepsy
  • Recognising sign and symptoms of Diabetes
  • Recording and Reporting, Regulations
  • First Aid Kits Complain Jan 2019

Appointed Persons First Aid Course

This Appointed Person First Aid Course can be adapted to suit a particular audience and is ideal for people requiring Appointed Person status, in accordance with the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations. The course is run over four hours and includes both theory and practical sessions within a relaxed atmosphere that is designed to promote confidence.

Course outline

  • Describe your actions in an emergency
  • Demonstrate adult resuscitation
  • Demonstrate the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
  • Explain the management of adult choking
  • Demonstrate the management of the unconscious casualty
  • Describe how to recognise and treat bleeding and shock
  • Explain the treatment of minor and major injuries
  • Know how to deal with heart attacks and stroke
  • Describe treatment of injuries to bones, muscles and joints

Assessment & certification

Certification is dependent on successful continuous assessment of the student, there is no final exam. Those students who complete the course and are deemed to have reached the required standard are issued with a certificate that is valid for three years.

Course Duration Half Day

Basic Life Support Training Course

Resuscitation training normally takes place over three hours and includes the necessary theory followed by lots of practical “hands-on” practice to build confidence. Audiences range from parents, school staff and other first aiders through to dentists, nurses and other healthcare professionals. This course can be adapted to suit a variety of audiences, from the complete novice to those who are skilled but feel their resuscitation skills need updating. The training is in line with current Resuscitation Council (UK) Guidelines.

Course outline

  • The Theory of Resuscitation
  • Incident Management
  • Basic Life Support
  • Recovery Position

Course Duration Half Day

Assessment & certification Continual assessment and an Aid Training certificate.

Basic Life Support with Oxygen Therapy

The training is in line with current Resuscitation Council (UK) Guidelines and can be adapted to suit the client in respects to what age group they may be resuscitating, be it babies, children or adults.

Course outline

  • The Theory of Resuscitation
  • Incident Management
  • Basic Life Support
  • Recovery Position
  • Airway Management – practical use of airway adjuncts and suction
  • Oxygen – safety, practical use and contra-indications

Course Duration Half Day

Assessment & Certification. Certification is dependent on successful continuous assessments of the student.  Those students who complete the course and are deemed to have reached the required standard are issued with a certificate that is valid for three years.

In line with the revised First Aid Guidance issued on 1st October 2009 we are able to offer a half-day annual refresher course that is suitable for those staff that have completed either the three-day First Aid at Work or the one-day Emergency First Aid at Work courses.

 

Medical Gases and Basic Life Support

The course is run over half a day and is made as informative, yet as enjoyable as possible, thus allowing the students to gain confidence in what is possibly a new skill. In addition to training we are able to offer advice in areas such as, company and on-going help and support with training and development.

Anyone over the age of 16 working in an environment where Oxygen & Entonox are on site. For those who have taken a first aid course and need to attend an annual refresher.

Course outline

  • Airway Management – practical use of airway adjuncts and suction
  • Oxygen – safety, practical use and contra-indications
  • Entonox – use and contra-indications
  • Basic Life Support
  • Control of Bleeding
  • Examination of a Casualty
  • Unconsciousness
  • Treating Shock

Course Duration Half Day

Assessment & certification Continual assessment and an Aid Training Certificate.

First Aid Course for Dental Professionals

Medical Emergencies & Resuscitation for Dental Professionals. The Resuscitation Council (UK) recommends that: “Staff should undergo regular training in the management of medical emergencies to a level appropriate to their expected clinical responsibilities.” 

The course content can be tailored to suit your particular requirements. It is delivered by healthcare professionals in a relaxed yet informative manner.

Anyone over the age of 16 working in a dental surgery who needs first aid training.

Course outline

  • The ABCDE approach
  • Basic Life Support – adult and child
  • Airway Management – airway adjuncts, BVM and suction
  • Oxygen
  • AED
  • Common medical emergencies and drug protocols

Course Duration1 Day

Assessment & certification Continual assessment and Aid Training certification.

Automated External Defibrillation

We offer a comprehensive Automated External Defibrillation (AED) programme based on the necessary theory, backed up with lots of practical sessions. The course is run over half a day, and is made as informative, yet as enjoyable as possible, thus allowing the students to gain confidence in what is a new and possibly somewhat daunting skill.

In addition to training we are able to offer advice in areas such as, company protocols, purchasing equipment and on-going help and support with training and development.

Training conforms to current Resuscitation Council (UK) guidelines.

Automated External Defibrillation (AED) is well established as the only effective therapy for cardiac arrest.

Course outline

  • Basic life support
  • AED Intro and theory 
  • AED Demonstration
  • Practical AED Workshop
  • AED & BLS Workshops

Course Duration Half Day

Assessment & certification Continual assessment, each delegate receives an Aid Training certificate.

First Aid at Work for Construction

Once qualified, holders of this certificate can be used as First Aiders in the Workplace in accordance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. The course is run over three days and includes both theory and practical sessions. Anyone over the age of 16 who works on a construction site.

Course outline

  • First Aid Priorities
  • Managing Incidents
  • Basic Life Support
  • Examination
  • Unconsciousness
  • Control of Bleeding
  • Fractures
  • Common Illnesses
  • Burns and Scalds
  • Heart Attacks
  • Eye Injuries
  • Dressings
  • Regulations
  • Recording and Reporting
  • First Aid Kits

Course Duration3 Days

Assessment & certification

Students are independently examined on the final afternoon of the course. Upon successful completion Aid Training certification is issued and is valid for three years. 

Emergency First Aid at Work for Construction

This course is run over one day at your chosen location and includes both theory and practical sessions, in a relaxed atmosphere, designed to boost a candidate’s confidence. Anyone over the age of 16 who works on a construction site.

Course outline

  • First Aid Priorities
  • Managing Incidents
  • Basic Life Support
  • Examination of a Casualty
  • Unconsciousness
  • Control of Bleeding
  • Burns and Scalds
  • Regulations
  • First Aid Kits
  • Recording and Reporting

Course Duration 1 Day

Assessment & certification

Continuous assessment of the student, there is also a multiple choice questionnaire.     Aid Training certification.

Level 3 Paediatric First Aid

This course is in line with the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and meets the needs of Ofsted. It is suitable for Childminders, Nursery and School Staff (dealing with Foundation Stage) and anybody who deals with children and wants a more in-depth course. This two-day (12 hour) course is delivered at your venue, by a paediatric specialist and includes both theory and practical sessions.

If 100% of your staff are paediatric first aid trained you can apply for Millies Mark.

Where and When? At your venue on dates to suit your group.

Course outline, the required EYFS syllabus:-

  • Be able to assess an emergency situation and prioritise what action to take
  • Help a baby or child who is unresponsive and breathing normally
  • Help a baby or child who is unresponsive and not breathing normally
  • Help a baby or child who is having a seizure. Help a baby or child who is choking
  • Help a baby or child who is bleeding
  • Help a baby or child who is suffering from shock caused by severe blood loss (hypovolemic shock)
  • Help a baby or child who is suffering from anaphylactic shock
  • Help a baby or child who has had an electric shock
  • Help a baby or child who has burns or scalds
  • Help a baby or child who has a suspected fracture
  • Help a baby or child with head, neck or back injuries
  • Help a baby or child who is suspected of being poisoned
  • Help a baby or child with a foreign body in eyes, ears or nose
  • Help a baby or child with an eye injury
  • Help a baby or child with a bite or sting
  • Help a baby or child who is suffering from the effects of extreme heat or cold
  • Help a baby or child having: a diabetic emergency; an asthma attack; an allergic reaction; meningitis; and/or febrile convulsions
  • Understand the role and responsibilities of the Paediatric First Aider (including appropriate contents of a first aid box and the need for recording accidents and incidents)

Course Duration 2 Days

Childcare providers should consider whether Paediatric First Aiders need to undertake annual refresher training, during any three-year certification period to help maintain basic skills and keep up to date with any changes to procedures.

Assessment & certification

Certification is dependent on successful continuous assessment of the delegate. Those who complete the course and are deemed to have reached the required standard are issued with an Aid Training certificate that is valid for three years.

EMERGENCY Paediatric First Aid 6 Hour Course

This course is suitable for some individuals who care for young children in the absence of their parents.This includes Nursery Staff, Nannies, Au Pairs, or parents wanting to learn lifesaving skills.

A full 12-hour course is available for those that require this to meet the requirements of the EYFS, Ofsted and the settings of own Risk Assessment.

If 100% of your staff are Paediatric First Aid trained you can apply for Millies Mark.

Delivered by Paediatric specialists it includes both theory and practical sessions. This one day (6 hour) course is delivered at your venue and can be run at the weekend by arrangement.

Course outline- The required syllabus:

  • Be able to assess an emergency situation and prioritise what action to take
  • Help a baby or child who is unresponsive and breathing normally
  • Help a baby or child who is unresponsive and not breathing normally
  • Help a baby or child who is having a seizure
  • Help a baby or child who is choking
  • Help a baby or child who is bleeding
  • Help a baby or child who is suffering from shock caused by severe blood loss (hypovolemic shock)

Additional elements covered:

  • Help a baby or child who is suffering from anaphylactic shock
  • Help a baby or child who has had an electric shock
  • Help a baby or child with head, neck or back injuries
  • Help a baby or child having: a diabetic emergency; an asthma attack; an allergic reaction

Course Duration

1 Day

Assessment & certification

The course takes place over six hours on a single day and will include both theory and practical sessions.

Paediatric First Aid Certification is dependent on successful continuous assessment. There is a multiple choice questionnaire. Those delegates who complete the course will be deemed to have reached the required standard and will be awarded an Aid Training certificate valid for three years, after which time you will need to renew your certification.

Childcare providers should consider whether Paediatric First Aiders need to undertake annual refresher training, during any three-year certification period to help maintain basic skills and keep up to date with any changes to procedures.

Adult and Paediatric First Aid Instructor

Trainers/assessors should have knowledge and competence in first aid, as demonstrated by: Holding a current, valid FAW certificate (or being exempt – namely registered Dr. Nurse or Paramedic), and having knowledge and competence in training and/or assessing, demonstrated by holding training/ assessing qualification. You are also required to also hold a formal, generic Teaching and Assessing qualification.

The most common option to meet this requirement is the Level 3 Award in Education & Teaching (L3 EAT) with the unit “Principles and Practice of Assessment”. Other qualifications are accepted; please see the latest guidance for a matrix of other acceptable qualifications.

Course outline

  • In-depth first aid knowledge-designed to give students the extra knowledge to enable them to train adult and paediatric first aid effectively, and train others in the use of the AED
  • Teaching and training practice

Course Duration

5 Days

Assessment & certification

All delegates are assessed for First Aid at Work while on this course, giving 3 years certification. A 20 minute micro teach session is required.

Fast Track Adult and Paediatric First Aid Instructor and L3 Award in Education and Training

Level 3 EAT is the starting point for anyone involved in the delivery of learning. The course is part of the National Qualifications Framework and is set at Level 3. This combined with the Adult & Paediatric First Aid Instructor course provides the necessary training qualifications to deliver both First Aid training within the workplace and Paediatric First Aid. Delegates leaving this course should be able to deliver both Emergency First Aid at Work, First Aid at Work and Paediatric First Aid courses.

This course suits those who do not require practical first aid input as extensive knowledge is already held – typically Nurses, Paramedics, First Responders etc. Delegates must hold an in date First Aid at Work certificate as a minimum, if not one of the above.

Who should attend

There is no “hands-on” first aid taught on this course-candidates must have a strong first aid/medical background before considering this course. Candidates wishing to use the course to train First Aid at Work (FAW) courses must be in possession of a valid FAW certificate, or equivalent unless exempt, at the start of the course. Those who don’t meet this criteria should consider the First Aid Instructor Foundation course.

There is a considerable amount of written work to be completed. This will involve reading of supplied reference books, researching specific topics, applying theory to practical scenarios and demonstrating knowledge and understanding through written work. Therefore, candidates for this course should have a good standard of written and verbal communications skills.

Course outline

  • The roles and responsibilities of a teacher in education
  • Relationships between different professionals in education and training
  • Inclusive teaching and learning approaches to meet the needs of learners
  • Creating a safe and supportive learning environment that engages and motivates their learners
  • Planning, delivery and evaluation of inclusive teaching and learning
  • Reflecting on their own previous/current levels of experience, practice and skills
  • Identify different types and methods of assessment
  • In addition students will receive training and advice in delivering and assessing First Aid courses. Students will also deliver a minimum of one practical and one theory session each in the course of the week. These will be assessed, and feedback given to the potential instructor, by a senior member of Aid Training

On successful completion and by holding an in date First Aid at Work certificate or being exempt* students will be qualified to train and assess First Aid courses.                *Includes Registered General Nurse, Doctor or State Registered Paramedic.

Under current HSE guidance those training First Aid at Work must meet, as a minimum, the following criteria:

  • Current, in-date FAW certificate-unless a Registered General Nurse, Doctor or State Registered Paramedic
  • Training qualification and/or experience
  • Background in first aid within the workplace

Course Duration

6 Days

Assessment & certification

The course is assessed by completing a series of assignments, and the delivery of two micro-teaching sessions. A combination of City & Guilds and Aid Training Certification. The Award in Education & Training element is generic so delegates on the first 5 days of this course will be training in a variety of subjects. On the 6th day we assess first aid knowledge and run through the framework of first aid training delivery.

Level 3 Fire Marshal/Warden Instructor

Students will receive training and advice in delivering fire courses. The course includes an introduction to Fire Risk Assessment in accordance with the new Regulatory Reform Order (Fire Safety 2005).

The course is for those who wish to train Basic & Fire Marshal Courses. If you are keen to add Manual Handling training to the list of courses you can offer why not train for the full week with us?

Course outline

  • In-depth fire knowledge-designed to give students the extra knowledge to enable them to train effectively
  • Teaching and training practice

Students will receive training and advice in delivering fire courses. Students will also deliver a minimum of one practical and one theory session each during the course. This will be assessed and feedback given to the potential instructor by a senior member of Aid Training.

Upon successful completion students will be qualified to train their staff in the following subjects:

  • Causes of workplace fires
  • The fire triangle
  • Action in the event of fire
  • Fire fighting
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Practical fire extinguishing
  • The fire action plan
  • The role and duties of the Fire Marshal
  • An overview of fire risk assessment
  • An overview of fire warning system

Due to the nature of the course it is recommended, but not essential, that students attending have a:

  • Training qualification and/or experience
  • Background in health and safety

Course Duration

3 Days

Assessment & certification

Students will receive training and advice in delivering fire courses. Students will also deliver a minimum of one practical and one theory session each during the course. This will be assessed and feedback given to the potential instructor by a senior member of Aid Training. Certification is ONC 

Epilepsy Awareness Training

Epilepsy is the tendency to have recurrent seizures. This means that someone with epilepsy has had at least one seizure and is likely to have more; it can affect anyone, at any age and from any walk of life. It is the most serious common neurological condition, affecting one in every 103 people in the UK – that’s around 600,000 people.

 

Where and When?

At your location on a date to suit your group.

Who should attend

For those who may have to deal with someone having a seizure.

Course outline

  • What epilepsy is
  • Signs & symptoms
  • Treatment – including drug protocols
  • Individual Healthcare Plans (IHPs)

Course Duration

Half Day

Assessment & Certification

Continual assessment and Aid Training certification.

OCN Level 3 Safe Manual Handling Techniques Instructor

This course is designed to allow trainers to gain the necessary subject knowledge and put this into practice.

Who should attend

For those who wish to train Manual Handling courses.

Course outline

  • Unit 1 – Ergonomics
  • Unit 2 – The law relating to moving & handling
  • Unit 3 – Risk assessment in relation to moving & handling
  • Unit 4 – The duty of care
  • Unit 5 – Anatomy & Physiology of the back
  • Unit 6 – Essential considerations relating to manual handling
  • Unit 7 – Practical skills

Course Duration

2 Days

Assessment & certification

During the course learners will be assessed by means of a practical assignment, a micro-teach and a fifty multiple-choice question paper. You will receive an Aid Training certificate.

Level 3 Award in Education and Training EAT

There are no specific entry requirements for this qualification; however, there is a considerable amount of written work to be completed. This will involve reading of supplied reference books, researching specific topics, applying theory to practical scenarios and demonstrating knowledge and understanding through written work. Therefore, candidates for this course should have a good standard of written and verbal communications skills and be prepared to undertake a considerable amount of evening study.

 

Who should attend

For those requiring a Level 3 generic instructor qualification.

Course outline

  • The roles and responsibilities of a teacher in education
  • Relationships between different professionals in education and training
  • Inclusive teaching and learning approaches to meet the needs of learners
  • Creating a safe and supportive learning environment that engages and motivates their learners
  • Planning, delivery and evaluation of inclusive teaching and learning
  • Reflecting on their own previous/current levels of experience, practice and skills
  • Identify different types and methods of assessment

Course Duration

The course is run as five straight days with evening work.

Assessment & certification

The course is assessed by completing a series of assignments, including a 30 minute micro-teaching. This course is certificated by City and Guilds.

OCN Level 3 Moving & Handling of People Instructor Programme

This course is designed to allow trainers to gain the necessary subject knowledge and to put this into practise.

 

Who should attend

Those who wish to conduct Manual Handling of People Training within the workplace.

Course outline

  • Understand what is meant by the terms manual handling, risk and hazard
  • Understand the Manual Handling Regulations and their application in a workplace
  • Understand the safe principles of moving and handling
  • Understand how the spine and muscles can be damaged by poor moving and handling techniques
  • Understand the effects of perception on moving and handling
  • Understand why the risk assessment is used to reduce injuries
  • Understand the management design and delivery of training sessions/micro teaches (how to deliver a micro-teach)
  • Create a range learning resources
  • Understand how to reflect on own practice

Course Duration

3 Days

Assessment & certification

Assessment by practical observation of moving and handling techniques. A 20 minute micro-teach and 3 written assignments with OCN Certification. There are assignments to complete in advance of the training. It is recommended that annual refresher training is taken as part of a Trainer’s commitment to professionally develop refresher dates.

We offer a range of Fire Safety courses to meet differing needs

We offer a range of Fire Safety courses to meet differing needs, and every one of our instructors has operational fire fighting experience.

The carefully balanced mix of theory and practical skills allows delegates to learn crucial fire prevention, fighting and extinguishing skills and apply them with confidence.