Employers are legally required to provide information, instruction and training to employees about fire precautions in the workplace. This online fire safety course helps you to meet this obligation by providing your staff with the knowledge and understanding required to act safely in the event of a fire in the workplace.
If you come in to contact with children for long periods during the course of your work or as a volunteer this is the course for you.
If you come in to contact with children for short periods during the course of your work or as a volunteer this is the course for you.
The Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 was developed to ensure a safe and healthy working environment for everyone in a company. It is the single most important act governing health & safety in the country and applies to all work and places of work.
It is a statutory requirement for anyone who works with children to update their knowledge of legislation and guidance and maintain the ability to act on concerns about the safety and welfare of children and young people.
If you work with children or adults it is important that you ensure the safety of anyone you come across during the course of your work.
This safer recruitment course covers the legal requirement relevant to anybody involved in the recruitment of people who work with children, young people or vulnerable adults.
The Home Office has approved this course to be included in the Home Office official catalogue of recommended products for Prevent Duty training.
Prevent and radicalisation awareness training is a way to ensure staff are able to identify children at risk of being drawn in to terrorism, as required by the Counter Terrorism & Security Act 2015 and the Prevent Duty Statutory Guidance.
Having completed the course, learners will know what is required to ensure that appropriate safeguarding training, monitoring and leadership is embedded through every organisation.
This Safeguarding Adults course is suitable for workers in the health and social care sectors and has been mapped to the CQC Common Induction Standards.
This e-learning course aims to provide people who come into contact with children, with basic awareness of the autism spectrum and help to dispel stigmas with the condition.
This course aims to educate learners about the warning signs, risk factors and actions to take should they suspect a child or young person is self-harming or having suicidal thoughts.
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