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Open Courses

Rescue2 run regular ‘open’ Health and Safety Training Courses throughout the year at our dedicated Training Academy in Poling, West Sussex. Additionally, bespoke courses can be arranged for any company that has 4 or more candidates wanting to attend a specific course.  These can be run anywhere in the UK, and also internationally.  Please contact us for further information on bespoke courses and prices. The dates and prices listed are for our health and safety open courses in Sussex already scheduled this year.  Places are limited, so please make sure you book early.

To see our range of courses and to fill out a booking request form please see the list below. If you have any further questions about our courses, please feel free to get in touch.

Available Courses

NEW 6160-03 City & Guilds High Risk Confined Space & 6160-04 City & Guilds Control Entry and Arrangements for Confined Spaces Combined Course
£
POA + VAT pp + C&G Registration Fee for each qualification (no VAT)

Who is this course for?

These units is for those working in a high risk environment and includes preparing to work safely, entering and exiting high risk confined spaces safely, using equipment and tools safely, following procedures and dealing with emergencies and as the entry controller/top person who controls entry and arrangements for confined spaces without entering them. It includes the duties of an entry controller, pre-entry procedures, entry into and exit from the confined space, maintaining communications and initiating and controlling emergency procedures.

Aims and Objectives 

The aim of this unit is to reflect the national occupational standard for a high risk related confined space environment.

This unit covers both water and non-water industry areas:

Water: this may include working with potable water, sewage treatment processes, drain and sewer cleaning operations or where the operative is working in or near water or where a confined space is subject to surface water flooding

Non-water: this may include pharmaceutical, petrochemical, asbestos removal, vehicle manufacture and servicing, aeronautical, construction, communications, power, utilities, gas, electrical and mechanical engineering, and some elements of work operations in mines, quarries and tunneling.

Delivery Method/Assessment with Certification

Theory & Practical Assessment

Duration

4 days (32 hours) 6160-03 (24 hours) & 6160-04 (8 hours)

Available Dates
Poling, West Sussex
  • Monday 17th June 2024
Doncaster, South Yorkshire
  • Tuesday 20th August 2024
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    • Prepare to work safely in high risk confined spaces
    • Enter and exit high risk confined spaces safely
    • Use equipment and tools safely
    • Follow working procedures and work safely
    • Control and Deal with emergency situations
    • Understand the principles of working in high risk confined spaces
    • Understand standard protocols for working in high risk confined spaces
    • Implement procedures for teams working in high risk confined spaces
    • Control safe entry and exit to the high risk confined space
    • Monitor the work team to ensure procedures are followed
    • Understand health and safety and environmental legislation
    • Understand entry controller duties and responsibilities
    • Understand equipment checks and testing required.
    The Assessment only days (two) are for those working in a high risk 6160-03 and rescue 6160-08 environment, who require re-certification without undertaking the full 6160 courses.
    £
    POA + VAT pp + C&G Registration Fee for each qualification (no VAT)

    Who is this Assessment Only route for?

    The Assessment Only Route (two days) are for those working in a high risk and rescue environment, who require re-certification without undertaking the full 6160 courses.

    As a delegate you need to provide evidence of competency and experience of working in a confined space alongwith your recently expired 6160-03 and 6160-08 certificates (within one month) and on the day,  delegate will complete a Self Audit Knowledge and Experience assessment paper.

    The Assessment Only route allows delegate to demonstrate that they already meet all of the standards with the respective 6160 qualification without the need for any further training.

    Aims and Objectives 

    For each 6160 qualification, the aim of this Assessment Only route is as follows:

    • one practical observation, assessed by the use of practical observation criteria
    • one short answer theory test, assessed by either knowledge paper A or B

    Both practical and theory need to be successfully passed to achieve the qualifications.

    Assessment Only route Certification

    Theory Test & Practical Assessment for each 6160 qualification

    Duration

    Day 1 - 6160-03 (8 hours)

    Day 2 - 6160-08 (8 hours)

     

    Available Dates
    Poling, West Sussex
    • Thursday 25th July 2024
    • Monday 4th November 2024
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      • one practical observation, assessed by the use of practical observation criteria for 6160-03
      • one short answer theory test, assessed by either knowledge paper A or B for 6160-03
      • one practical observation, assessed by the use of practical observation criteria for 6160-08
      • one short answer theory test, assessed by either knowledge paper A or B for 6160-08
      This course allows learners to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required by those who need to work in medium risk confined spaces and include Entry Conroller role.
      £
      POA + VAT pp + CABWI Registration Fee + Certificate Fee

      Who is this course for?

      This course allows learners to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required by those who need to work in high risk confined spaces. It also allows learners to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required by those who need to work at high risk confined spaces but who are not required, or are unable, to enter and work in the confined space. Their role will involve acting as an entry controller (top person) on site for those entering the confined space.

      Delivery Method/Assessment with Certification

      • This course is assessed using practical observations of skills and a multiple choice knowledge test
      • Delegates must pass both in order to gain the qualification
      • The practical assessment will take place in a controlled confined space environment that meets the Awarding Body criteria
      • The multiple choice knowledge test will take place under controlled examination conditions

      Duration

      3 days (24 hours)

       

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        • Prepare to enter and work safely in high risk confined spaces.
        • Enter and exit confined spaces safely
        • Prepare and use safety, emergency and escape equipment
        • Use equipment and tools safely and in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions
        • Follow procedures and work safely
        • Deal with emergencies
        • Understand safe working in high risk confined spaces
        • Understand how to minimise risks when working in high risk confined spaces
        • Prepare a team to enter a high risk confined space
        • Ensure teams enter and exit confined spaces safely
        • Monitor teams working in high risk confined spaces
        • Understand how to minimise risks when working as a non-entrant for high risk confined spaces
        Preparing to work safely in tunnels and shafts and how to deal with emergency situations using the correct equipment.
        £
        POA + VAT pp + C&G Registration Fee

        Who is this course for?

        This unit is for anyone who enters and works specifically in confined spaces and accesses tunnels and shafts. It includes preparing to work safely in tunnels and shafts and how to deal with emergency situations using the correct equipment.

        Aims and Objectives

        The aim of this unit is to assess the delegates ability to apply the skills and knowledge required for carrying out work activities in tunnels and shafts where there may be a reasonably foreseeable specified risk.

        This unit also covers using tools and equipment safely and following safety procedures.

        Delivery Method/Assessment with Certification

        Theory & Practical Assessment

        Duration

        1 day (7 hours)

         

        Available Dates
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          • Be able to prepare to work safely in confined spaces in tunnels and shafts
          • Be able to enter and exit tunnels and shafts safely
          • Be able to use escape respiratory protective equipment in accordance with manufacturers’ specifications
          • Be able to use equipment and tools safely and in accordance with manufacturers’ instructions
          • Be able to follow procedures and work safely
          • Be able to deal with emergencies
          • Understand procedures for working safely in tunnels and shafts
          • Understand how to comply with relevant industry standards for working in tunnels and shafts
          This course allows learners to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required by those who need to work in medium risk confined spaces and include Entry Conroller role.
          £
          POA + VAT pp + CABWI Registration Fee + Certificate Fee

          Who is this course for?

          This course is for those who work in a medium risk environment and includes preparing to work safely, entering and exiting medium risk confined spaces safely, using equipment and tools safely, following procedures and dealing with emergencies and also where their role involves acting as an entry controller (top person) only.

          Aims 

          This course allows learners to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required by those who need to work in medium risk confined spaces. It also allows learners to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required by those who need to work at medium risk confined spaces but who are not required, or are unable, to enter and work in the confined space. Their role will involve acting as an entry controller (top person) on site for those entering the confined space.

          Delivery Method/Assessment with Certification

          • This course is assessed using practical observations of skills and a multiple choice knowledge test
          • Delegates must pass both in order to gain the qualification
          • The practical assessment will take place in a controlled confined space environment that meets the Awarding Body criteria
          • The multiple choice knowledge test will take place under controlled examination conditions

          Duration

          2 days (16 hours)

           

          Available Dates
          There are currently no dates scheduled for this course. Please click the enquire button to let us know your requirements and we will get in touch as soon as possible.
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            • Prepare to work safely
            • Enter and exit confined spaces safely
            • Prepare and use appropriate escape equipment (in accordance with manufacturers’ specifications)
            • Use equipment and tools safely (in accordance with manufacturers’ specifications)
            • Follow procedures and work safely
            • Deal with emergencies
            • Understand safe working in medium risk confined spaces
            • Understand how to minimise risks when working in medium risk confined spaces
            • Prepare to act as entry controller during a medium risk confined space operation
            • Oversee the entry and exit to the confined space use equipment and tools safely
            • Ensure teams enter and exit confined spaces safely
            • Monitor teams working in medium risk confined spaces
            Rescue 2 course for controlling entry and arrangements for working in a medium risk confined space environment.
            £
            POA + VAT pp

            Who is this course for?

            This is a Rescue 2 designed and certificated course for those who work in and control a medium risk environment and includes preparing to work safely, entering and exiting medium risk confined spaces safely, overseeing entry and exit of confined spaces, using equipment and tools safely, following procedures and dealing with emergencies.

            Aims and Objectives

            The aim of this course is to reflect the national occupational standard for a medium risk related confined space environment.

            The course covers both water and non-water industry areas

            Water: this may include working with potable water, sewage treatment processes, drain and sewer cleaning operations or where the operative is working in or near water or where a confined space is subject to surface water flooding

            Non-water: this may include pharmaceutical, petrochemical, asbestos removal, vehicle manufacture and servicing, aeronautical, construction, communications, power, utilities, gas, electrical and mechanical engineering and some elements of work operations in mines, quarries and tunneling.

            Delivery Method/Assessment with Rescue 2 Certification

            Theory & Practical Assessment

            Duration

            2 days (16 hours)

            Available Dates
            There are currently no dates scheduled for this course. Please click the enquire button to let us know your requirements and we will get in touch as soon as possible.
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              • Prepare to work safely in medium risk confined spaces
              • Enter and exit a confined space safely
              • Oversee entry and exit at confined space in capacity of Entry Controller
              • Deal with emergency situations
              • Understand the principles of working in medium risk confined spaces
              • Understand standard protocols for working in medium risk confined spaces
              • Use equipment and tools safely
              • Follow working procedures and work safely
              For controlling entry and arrangements for working in a medium risk confined space environment.
              £
              POA + VAT pp + C&G Registration Fee

              Who is this course for?

              This unit is for the entry controller/top person who controls entry and arrangements for medium risk confined spaces and works within them. It includes the duties of an entry controller, pre-entry procedures, preparing to work safely, using equipment and tools safely, entry into and exit from the medium risk confined space, maintaining communications, and initiating and following emergency arrangements.

              Aims and Objectives

              The aim of this unit is to reflect the national occupational standard for controlling entry and arrangements for working in a medium risk confined space environment.

              This unit covers both water and non-water industry areas Water: this may include working with potable water, sewage treatment processes, drain and sewer cleaning operations or where the operative is working in or near water or where a confined space is subject to surface water flooding.

              Non-water: this may include pharmaceutical, petrochemical, asbestos removal, vehicle manufacture and servicing, aeronautical, construction, communications, power, utilities, gas, electrical and mechanical engineering and some elements of work operations in mines, quarries and tunnelling.

              Delivery Method/Assessment with Certification

              Theory & Practical Assessment

              Duration

              2 days (16 hours)

              Levy

              This course is eligible for CITB levy.

               

              Available Dates
              Poling, West Sussex
              • Thursday 4th July 2024
              • Tuesday 30th July 2024
              • Thursday 8th August 2024
              • Tuesday 27th August 2024
              • Thursday 5th September 2024
              • Monday 30th September 2024
              • Wednesday 30th October 2024
              • Monday 18th November 2024
              • Thursday 5th December 2024
              • Wednesday 18th December 2024
              Doncaster, South Yorkshire
              • Thursday 13th June 2024
              • Monday 29th July 2024
              • Thursday 8th August 2024
              • Monday 16th September 2024
              • Thursday 17th October 2024
              • Thursday 21st November 2024
              • Monday 16th December 2024
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                • Prepare to work safely in medium risk confined spaces
                • Enter and exit the medium risk confined space safely
                • Work safely and monitor the work team to ensure procedures are followed
                • Deal with emergency situations
                • Understand the principles of working in medium risk confined spaces
                • Understand standard protocols for working in medium risk confined spaces
                • Understand entry controller duties and responsibilities
                • Understand equipment checks and inspection required
                £
                POA + VAT pp

                Who is this course for?

                Anyone and everyone – in a working role who wants to learn the basics of safety and health.

                Aim

                Working Safely is for people at any level, in any sector worldwide, who need a grounding in the essentials of safety and health. It gives everyone at work an understanding of why they must ‘work safely’ – and does it in an enjoyable way.  Delegates can benefit from greater productivity, from fewer hours lost due to sickness and accidents, improved company-wide safety awareness culture and appreciation of safety measures.

                Successful delegates are awarded an IOSH Working Safely certificate and/or passport card.

                Delivery Method

                • Memorable and thought-provoking facts and case studies
                • Modules backed by clear examples and recognisable scenarios
                • Summaries to reinforce key points
                • Checklists and materials supplied for subsequent use in workplace
                • Informal and interactive quizzes and discussions

                Business benefits

                • Peace of mind from training that’s designed and quality-controlled by IOSH – the Chartered body for safety and health professionals
                • Minimal disruption to working days and shifts – the programme is delivered in just one day, including the assessment
                • Efficient and effective learning – health, safety and environmental basics are covered in a single, self-contained session
                • Globally-recognised, respected and certificated training for its staff
                • Active staff involvement improves the workplace, and improves company reputation within the supply chain
                • Memorable and thought-provoking facts and case studies from around the world, to help reinforce learning throughout the course. Each module is backed by scenarios from genuine work situations. The course includes interactive games and quizzes, helping delegates to learn.

                Assessment and Certification

                • Evaluation using a multi-format question paper and a multiple choice hazard spotting exercise
                • Choice of IOSH Working Safely certificate and/or the IOSH Safety Passport as proof of qualification
                Available Dates
                Poling, West Sussex
                • Friday 22nd November 2024
                Doncaster, South Yorkshire
                • Thursday 18th July 2024
                • Thursday 5th September 2024
                • Thursday 14th November 2024
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                  • An outline of occupational safety and health
                  • Defining hazard and risk
                  • Identifying common hazards
                  • Improving safety performance
                  £
                  POA + VAT pp

                  Who is this course for?

                  This course is ideal for Managers, Supervisors and anyone else within a role of responsibility for managing risk within their sector or organisation.

                  Aim

                  The IOSH Managing Safely certificate is targeted at managers in any organisation or sector who are required to manage risk and resources. It aims to ensure that safety issues are appreciated by those who are employed as line managers and to enable these people to review their departmental systems for safety. The course also helps managers to introduce new controls and implement changes in order to reduce risks in the workplace.

                  Course Content

                  • Introducing Managing Safely
                    Why is it important to manage safely?
                    What is your role in influencing managing safely?
                  • Assessing risks
                    What is risk?
                    What is a risk assessment?
                    How are risk assessments carried out?
                  • Controlling risks
                    How do you reduce risk?
                    How do you decide which risk control to use?
                  • Understanding responsibilities
                    What does the law require you to do?
                    How does the law work?
                    What are the key parts of a health and safety management system?
                  • Understanding hazards
                    What are common hazards?
                    What can you do about common hazards?
                  • Investigating incidents
                    Why investigate incidents?
                    How do incidents happen?
                    How do you carry out an incident investigation?
                  • Measuring performance
                    What is performance measurement about?
                    How do you measure health and safety performance?
                    What is auditing?
                  • Protecting our environment
                    What is the impact of industry on the environment?
                    How can you control pollution and waste?
                    What are the benefits of improved environmental performance?
                    What are the main elements of an environmental management system?

                  Delivery Method

                  A combination of classroom based activity, syndicate working and Presentation/demonstrations, practical application and question and answer paper. A wide range of video and photographic material is used to enhance the learning experience for delegates.

                  This course is also available virtually.

                  How the course delivery style suits you

                  • Memorable and thought-provoking facts and case studies help drive the points home over the whole course.
                  • Each module is backed by clear examples and recognisable scenarios, and summaries reinforce the key learning points.
                  • The course includes checklists and other materials for delegates to try out and then use when they get back to their own workplaces.
                  • The programme can be delivered flexibly so that it suits your business.
                  • Health, safety and environmental basics are covered in a single programme.

                  Business benefits

                  • Greater productivity as fewer hours are lost due to sickness and accidents.
                  • Improved company-wide safety awareness culture and appreciation for safety measures.
                  • Active staff involvement to improve the workplace.
                  • Nationally-recognised and respected certification for managers and supervisors.
                  • Enhanced reputation within the supply chain.

                  Assessment and Certification

                  • A 25 question, multiple-format assessment paper.
                  • A risk assessment based project.
                  • When you pass, you’ll be awarded an IOSH Managing Safely certificate.
                  Available Dates
                  Poling, West Sussex
                  • Wednesday 26th June 2024
                  • Monday 5th August 2024
                  Doncaster, South Yorkshire
                  • Monday 15th July 2024
                  • Monday 2nd September 2024
                  • Monday 11th November 2024
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                    In line with the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER 1998) for safety in the use of abrasive wheels.
                    £

                    Who is this course for?

                    This course is aimed at anyone working with abrasive wheels and cut off saws that require regular changing of abrasive wheel discs. The course helps employers to comply with Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and PUWER 1998 (Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations). These Regulations require the employer to provide their employees with adequate information, instruction and training. This specific training ensures that those involved with the use of abrasive wheels on portable machines are trained in the best practices and are aware of the associated safety issues.

                    Aim

                    This course is designed to meet the requirements for training in line with the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER 1998) for safety in the use of abrasive wheels.

                    Learning Outcomes

                    To enable delegates to understand and effectively comply with the relevant legislation and regulations associated with abrasive wheels. They will be trained to understand how to safely select, mount and use abrasive wheels in addition to using hand held abrasive wheel tools and cut off saws including diamond disc changing and use.

                    Delivery Method

                    A combination of classroom based activity, syndicate working and Presentation/demonstrations. This can be supported by outside practical tool operator instruction and use if required.

                    Assessment and Certification

                    Continued assessment process leading to certification of achievement.

                    Duration

                    3 hours

                    Levy

                    This course is eligible for CITB levy.

                    Available Dates
                    There are currently no dates scheduled for this course. Please click the enquire button to let us know your requirements and we will get in touch as soon as possible.
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                      • Hazards arising from the use of abrasive wheels
                      • Marking of Abrasive Wheels.
                      • Storage, Handling, Transporting, Inspecting and Testing of abrasive wheels.
                      • The function of all Main Components (Flanges, Washers, Brushes and Nuts).
                      • The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998.
                      • Pre-start Checks: (Electrical Powered)
                      • Pre-start Checks: (Petrol Driven)
                      • Inspection Wheels/Discs before use: Cracks, Damage, Blotters, Speed, Size and Correct Type for the job.
                      • Correctly change a suitable abrasive wheel
                      In line with the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER 1998) for safety in the use of abrasive wheels
                      £
                      POA + VAT pp & EUSR Card Fees

                      Who is this course for?

                      Our EUSR Abrasive Wheels course combines classroom based theory with practical application and assessment. Some of the areas that are covered include the operation of petrol cut off saws and other hand held/portable machines, bench or pedestal grinding machines.

                      Please note this course contains 1 hour of practical.

                      Aim

                      This course is designed to meet the requirements for training in line with the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER 1998) for safety in the use of abrasive wheels.

                      Learning Outcomes

                      To enable delegates to understand and effectively comply with the relevant legislation and regulations associated with abrasive wheels. They will be trained to understand how to safely select, mount and use abrasive wheels in addition to using hand held abrasive wheel tools and cut off saws including diamond disc changing and use.

                      Delivery Method

                      A combination of classroom based activity, syndicate working and presentation/demonstrations. This can be supported by outside practical tool operator instruction and use if required.

                      Assessment and Certification

                      Continual assessment process with final written question paper and practical assessment leading to EUSR certification of achievement.

                      Duration

                      3-4 hours with outside practical tool operator instruction.

                      Available Dates
                      There are currently no dates scheduled for this course. Please click the enquire button to let us know your requirements and we will get in touch as soon as possible.
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                        • Hazards arising from the use of abrasive wheels
                        • Marking of Abrasive Wheels
                        • Storage, handling, transporting, inspecting and testing of abrasive wheels
                        • The function of all Main Components (Flanges, Washers, Brushes and Nuts)
                        • The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998
                        • Pre-start Checks: (Electrical Powered)
                        • Pre-start Checks: (Petrol Driven)
                        • Inspection Wheels/Discs before use: Cracks, Damage, Blotters, Speed, Size and Correct Type for the job
                        • Correctly change a suitable abrasive wheel
                        Covering the operation of petrol cut off saws and other hand held/portable machines, bench or pedestal grinding machines.
                        £
                        POA + VAT pp & EUSR Card Fees

                        Who is this course for?

                        Our EUSR Abrasive Wheels course combines classroom based theory with practical application and assessment. Some of the areas that are covered include the operation of petrol cut off saws and other hand held/portable machines, bench or pedestal grinding machines.

                        Please note this course contains half a day practical.

                        Aim

                        This course is designed to meet the requirements for training in line with the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER 1998) for safety in the use of abrasive wheels.

                        Learning Outcomes

                        To enable delegates to understand and effectively comply with the relevant legislation and regulations associated with abrasive wheels. They will be trained to understand how to safely select, mount and use abrasive wheels in addition to using hand held abrasive wheel tools and cut off saws including diamond disc changing and use.

                        Delivery Method

                        A combination of classroom based activity, syndicate working and presentation/demonstrations. This can be supported by outside practical tool operator instruction and use if required.

                        Assessment and Certification

                        Continual assessment process with final written question paper and practical assessment leading to EUSR certification of achievement.

                        Duration

                        6 hours with outside practical tool operator instruction.

                        Available Dates
                        There are currently no dates scheduled for this course. Please click the enquire button to let us know your requirements and we will get in touch as soon as possible.
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                          • Hazards arising from the use of abrasive wheels
                          • Marking of Abrasive Wheels
                          • Storage, handling, transporting, inspecting and testing of abrasive wheels
                          • The function of all Main Components (Flanges, Washers, Brushes and Nuts)
                          • The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998
                          • Pre-start Checks: (Electrical Powered)
                          • Pre-start Checks: (Petrol Driven)
                          • Inspection Wheels/Discs before use: Cracks, Damage, Blotters, Speed, Size and Correct Type for the job
                          • Correctly change a suitable abrasive wheel
                          For anyone who requires a basic understand of manual handling and how to lift and carry loads correctly.
                          £

                          Who is this course for?

                          The course is aimed at anyone who requires a basic understand of manual handling and how to lift and carry loads correctly.

                          Aim

                          To introduce Manual Handling safe practices in the workplace.

                          Learning Outcomes

                          Delegates will be aware of the principles behind safe manual handling of loads. To lift and carry loads within their capacity using aids and assistance as required. They will learn how to state the parts of the body at risk of injury when lifting incorrectly and the injuries that may occur as a result. They will be able to demonstrate the techniques that can be applied to the manual handling of loads in order to achieve economy of effort and observe the improvements in their manual handling skills.

                          Delivery Method

                          A combination of classroom based activity, syndicate working and presentation/demonstrations, practical application. A wide range of video and photographic material is used to enhance the learning experience for delegates.

                          Assessment and Certification

                          Continual assessment process leading to certification on successfully completing the course.

                          Duration

                          3 hours

                          Available Dates
                          Doncaster, South Yorkshire
                          • Tuesday 27th August 2024
                          • Wednesday 16th October 2024
                          • Monday 2nd December 2024
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                            • Introduction to Manual Handling
                            • Statistical Evidence
                            • Legislation
                            • Understanding of anatomy related to manual handling
                            • The leverage effect
                            • Causes of back pain
                            • Introduction to base movement
                            • Top heavy movement
                            • Dual lifting techniques
                            • Team lifting techniques
                            • Personal Protective Equipment
                            • The use of mechanised lifting aids
                            • Workplace specific practical application
                            For anyone who requires a basic understanding of manual handling and how to life and carry loads correctly.
                            £
                            POA + VAT pp & EUSR Card Fees

                            Who is this course for?

                            The course is aimed at anyone who requires a basic understanding of manual handling and how to life and carry loads correctly.

                            Aim

                            To introduce manual handling safe practices in the workplace.

                            Learning Outcomes

                            Our EUSR Manual Handling assessment based course allows us to introduce safe practices in the workplace. Delegates will be aware of the principles behind safe manual handling of loads. To lift and carry loads within their capacity using aids and assistance as required.

                            Delegates will learn how to state the parts of the body at risk of injury when lifting incorrectly and the injuries that may occur as a result. They will be able to demonstrate the techniques that can be applied to the manual handling of loads in order to achieve economy of effort and observe the improvements in their manual handling skills.

                            Delivery Method

                            A combination of classroom based activity, syndicate working and presentation/demonstrations and practical application. A wide range of video and photographic material is used to enhance the learning experience for delegates.

                            Assessment and Certification

                            Continual assessment process with final written question paper and practical assessment leading to EUSR certification of achievement.

                            Duration

                            3-3.5 hours

                            Available Dates
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                              • Introduction to Manual Handling
                              • Statistical Evidence
                              • Legislation
                              • Understanding of anatomy related to manual handling
                              • The leverage effect
                              • Causes of back pain
                              • Introduction to base movement
                              • Top heavy movement
                              • Dual lifting techniques
                              • Team lifting techniques
                              • Personal Protective Equipment
                              • The use of mechanised lifting aids
                              • Workplace specific practical application
                              For anyone who is required to wear a safety harness at work as a part of their workplace activity
                              £

                              Who is this course for?

                              This course is designed for anyone who is required to wear a safety harness at work as a part of their workplace activity. This will include suitable inspection before wearing.

                              Aim

                              To understand the requirement for, and carry out a thorough periodical inspection of Safety Harnesses and safely inspect and wear a Safety Harness as to the manufacturer’s instructions and company policy and procedure

                              Learning Outcomes

                              On completion of this course, delegates will be able to identify the intended use of common items of fall protection equipment, requirements for pre use inspection and correct fitting and adjustment of a full body harness including a good understanding of all current associated legislation requirements.

                              Delivery Method

                              A combination of classroom based activity, syndicate working and Presentation/demonstrations, practical application and question and answer paper. A wide range of video and photographic material is used to enhance the learning experience for delegates.

                              Assessment and Certification

                              Continued assessment process and final question paper leading to certification on successfully completing the course.

                              Duration

                              3 hours.

                              Available Dates
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                                • Health & Safety at Work Legislation and Regulations.
                                • Identifying types of fall arrest / restraint equipment.
                                • Selecting fall arrest / restraint equipment.
                                • Trace-ability
                                • CE Markings
                                • Correct fitting of harnesses.
                                • Shock absorbing lanyards and fall arrest blocks.
                                • Anchor points and connectors.
                                • Care and maintenance of equipment.
                                • Inspection of harnesses and recording requirements.
                                • Manufacturers instruction manual (MIM) and associated paperwork.
                                For anyone who works at height.
                                £

                                Who is this course for?

                                This course is designed for anyone who works at height. This includes working immediately above ground level and also includes working processes that can lead to workers falling into something, even from ground level such as a tank or vessel, or over an edge.

                                Aim

                                The aim of this course is to make delegates aware of the need to:

                                • Properly plan and organise work at height
                                • Ensure those working at height are competent
                                • Understand the need carry out risk assessments and select the appropriate work equipment
                                • Control the risks from fragile surfaces
                                • Properly inspect and maintain equipment for working at height

                                Learning Outcomes

                                On completion of this course, delegates will be able to follow the hierarchy for managing risks from working at height, taking steps to avoid, prevent or reduce risks and have an understanding of the correct equipment for working at height.

                                Delivery Methods

                                A combination of:

                                • classroom based activity
                                • syndicate working
                                • presentation
                                • demonstrations
                                • practical harness fitting and inspection
                                • question and answer paper

                                As well as a wide range of video and photographic material is used to enhance the learning experience for delegates.

                                Assessment and Certification

                                Continued assessment process and final question paper leading to certification on successfully completing the course.

                                Duration

                                3 hours.

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                                  • What is ‘Working at Height’?
                                  • Legislation
                                  • Types and causes of accidents when working at height
                                  • Employer/employees’ responsibilities
                                  • How to work at height safely/specialist training requirements
                                  • Risk assessments, method statements and permits to work
                                  • Types of access equipment
                                  • Personal protective equipment
                                  • Harness, lanyards and anchor points
                                  • Practical harness fitting and inspection
                                  • Post-theory question paper
                                  • Question and answer session
                                  For anyone working in irrespirable environments where the use of working compressed air breathing apparatus is required for either short durations for specific tasks or prolonged working
                                  £
                                  POA + VAT pp

                                  Who is this course for?

                                  This course is aimed at anyone working in irrespirable environments where the use of working compressed air breathing apparatus is required for either short durations for specific tasks or prolonged working. This may include working with chemicals or gases, viral risks or dusts and particles as an example. The course is a refresher on existing skills and knowledge and offers the opportunity receive updated information.

                                  Aim

                                  This course is designed to meet the requirements for working safely using full respiratory protective equipment such as self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and comply with current key legislation.

                                  Learning Outcomes

                                  To enable delegates to understand and effectively comply with the relevant legislation and regulations associated with breathing apparatus wearing including specific working policies and procedures relevant to generic wok activities and client specific activities. This includes:

                                  Delivery Method

                                  A combination of classroom based activity, syndicate working and Presentation/demonstrations, practical application and question and answer paper. A wide range of video and photographic material is used to enhance the learning experience for delegates.

                                  Assessment and Certification

                                  Continued assessment process with final written question paper leading to certification on successfully completing the course.

                                  Duration

                                  3 hours

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                                    • Breathing Apparatus and cylinder set description refresher
                                    • Breathing Apparatus General checks and Start up refresher
                                    • The importance of Record keeping
                                    • Wearer Distress
                                    • Practical exercises
                                    • Breathing Apparatus entry control refresher
                                    • Client specific Breathing Apparatus policies and procedures refresher
                                    • Updates in information, legislation, policies and procedures
                                    For anyone working in irrespirable environments where the use of working compressed air breathing apparatus is required for either short durations for specific tasks or prolonged working.
                                    £
                                    POA + VAT pp

                                    Who is this course for?

                                    This course is aimed at anyone working in irrespirable environments where the use of working compressed air breathing apparatus is required for either short durations for specific tasks or prolonged working. This may include working with chemicals or gases, viral risks or dusts and particles as an example.

                                    Aim

                                    This course is designed to meet the requirements for working safely using full respiratory protective equipment such as self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and comply with current key legislation.

                                    Learning Outcomes

                                    To enable delegates to understand and effectively comply with the relevant legislation and regulations associated with breathing apparatus wearing including specific working policies and procedures relevant to generic wok activities and client specific activities. This includes:

                                    Delivery Method

                                    A combination of classroom based activity, syndicate working and Presentation/demonstrations, practical application and question and answer paper. A wide range of video and photographic material is used to enhance the learning experience for delegates.

                                    Assessment and Certification

                                    Continued assessment process with final written question paper leading to certification on successfully completing the course.

                                    Duration

                                    1 day (6 hours)

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                                      • Breathing Apparatus history and legislation
                                      • Physiology of Respiration
                                      • Breathing Apparatus set description
                                      • Breathing Apparatus cylinders and durations
                                      • Breathing Apparatus General checks and Start up procedures
                                      • The importance of Record keeping
                                      • Wearer Distress
                                      • Practical exercises
                                      • Breathing Apparatus entry control
                                      • Client specific Breathing Apparatus policies and procedures
                                      For anyone working in confined spaces such as sewers, vessels, tanks and chambers, who need a foundation course in understanding safe confined space working.
                                      £
                                      POA + VAT pp

                                      Who is this course for?

                                      This course is aimed at anyone working in confined spaces such as sewers, vessels, tanks and chambers, who need a foundation course in understanding safe confined space working. This course includes the use of a variety of safety equipment, personal protective equipment and respiratory protective equipment. The course can be tailored to meet your specific needs to ensure that you receive a bespoke training package. The course is not competence based, but does require delegates to show an understanding of safe working practices and emergency arrangements including the use of a variety of entry and safety equipment and use of respiratory protective equipment.

                                      Aim

                                      This course is designed to meet the requirements for working safely in confined spaces in line with the Confined Space Regulations 1997 along with other key legislation.

                                      Learning Outcomes

                                      To enable delegates to understand and effectively comply with the relevant legislation and regulations associated with confined space working. They will be trained to understand how to safely select, use, visually inspect and maintain confined space equipment including escape breathing apparatus, enter and work safely in confined spaces and act on an emergency ensuring that arrangements are in place. This will include:

                                      • Prepare to enter and work safely in confined spaces
                                      • Enter and exit confined spaces safely
                                      • Prepare and use respiratory protective equipment (escape breathing apparatus) in accordance with manufacturers’ specifications
                                      • Use equipment and tools safely and in accordance with manufacturers’ instructions
                                      • Follow procedures and work safely
                                      • Deal with emergencies
                                      • Use appropriate behaviour for working in confined spaces
                                      • Use appropriate industry knowledge for working in confined spaces
                                      • Apply relevant industry standards for working in confined spaces

                                      Delivery Method

                                      A combination of:

                                      • Classroom based activity
                                      • Syndicate working
                                      • Presentation
                                      • Demonstrations with practical application
                                      • Confined Space Workbook

                                      Assessment and Certification

                                      The course is assessed on attendance.

                                      Duration

                                      1 day (6 hours)

                                      Levy

                                      This course is eligible for CITB levy.

                                      Available Dates
                                      Poling, West Sussex
                                      • Thursday 13th June 2024
                                      • Tuesday 2nd July 2024
                                      • Friday 19th July 2024
                                      • Friday 2nd August 2024
                                      • Monday 12th August 2024
                                      • Monday 2nd September 2024
                                      • Friday 20th September 2024
                                      • Thursday 3rd October 2024
                                      • Tuesday 15th October 2024
                                      • Monday 28th October 2024
                                      • Friday 1st November 2024
                                      • Monday 25th November 2024
                                      Doncaster, South Yorkshire
                                      • Wednesday 3rd July 2024
                                      • Wednesday 14th August 2024
                                      • Friday 20th September 2024
                                      • Monday 14th October 2024
                                      • Friday 15th November 2024
                                      • Tuesday 10th December 2024
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                                        • Introduction to course
                                        • Health and safety overview
                                        • Confined space regulations
                                        • Hazardous Environments
                                        • Gas and environment monitoring
                                        • Risk assessments and Method Statements
                                        • Personal protective equipment
                                        • Safety equipment
                                        • Respiratory Protective Equipment (Escape breathing apparatus)
                                        • Safe entry procedures
                                        • Safe working procedures
                                        • Safe exit procedures
                                        • Emergency arrangements
                                        • Practical exercise
                                        • Company/industry specific confined space policy and procedures.
                                        For supervisors of confined spaces
                                        £
                                        POA + VAT pp + C&G Registration Fee

                                        Who is this course for?

                                        This unit is for supervisors of confined spaces it includes planning and allocating activities for a team, pre-entry procedures, entry into and exit from the confined space, selection of personnel, maintaining communications, and initiating and controlling emergency procedures.

                                        Aims and Objectives

                                        The aim of this unit is to reflect the national occupational standard for supervising entry and arrangements at a confined space. This unit covers both water and non-water industry areas.

                                        Water: this may include working with potable water, sewage treatment processes, drain and sewer cleaning operations, or where the operative is working in or near water, or where a confined space is subject to surface water flooding.

                                        Non-water: this may include pharmaceutical, petrochemical, asbestos removal, vehicle manufacture and servicing, aeronautical, construction, communications, power, utilities gas, electrical and mechanical engineering, and some elements of work operations in mines, quarries, and tunnelling.

                                        Delivery Method/Assessment with Certification

                                        Theory & Practical Assessment

                                        Duration

                                        2 days (14 hours)

                                         

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                                          • Implement procedures for team working in confined spaces
                                          • Supervise the control of safe entry and exit to the confined space
                                          • Supervise the work team to ensure procedures are followed
                                          • Control emergency situations
                                          • Understand health and safety and environmental legislation
                                          • Understand standard protocols for work in confined spaces
                                          • Understand supervisory duties and responsibilities
                                          • Understand equipment checks and testing required
                                          This unit is for the entry controller/top person who controls entry and arrangements for confined spaces without entering them.
                                          £
                                          POA + VAT pp + C&G Registration Fee

                                          Who is this course for?

                                          This unit is for the entry controller/top person who controls entry and arrangements for confined spaces without entering them. It includes the duties of an entry controller, pre-entry procedures, entry into and exit from the confined space, maintaining communications and initiating and controlling emergency procedures.

                                          Aims and Objectives

                                          The aim of this unit is to reflect the national occupational standard for controlling entry and arrangements at a confined space. This unit covers both water and non-water industry areas.

                                          Water: this may include working with potable water, sewage treatment processes, drain and sewer cleaning operations, or where the operative is working in or near water, or where a confined space is subject to surface water flooding.

                                          Non-water: this may include pharmaceutical, petrochemical, asbestos removal, vehicle manufacture and servicing, aeronautical, construction, communications, power, utilities gas, electrical and mechanical engineering, and some elements of work operations in mines, quarries, and tunnelling.

                                          Delivery Method/Assessment with Certification

                                          Theory & Practical Assessment

                                          Duration

                                          3 days (24 hours)

                                           

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                                            • Implement procedures for teams working in high risk confined spaces
                                            • Control safe entry and exit to the high risk confined space
                                            • Monitor the work team to ensure procedures are followed
                                            • Control emergency situations
                                            • Understand health and safety and environmental legislation
                                            • Understand standard protocols for work in high risk confined spaces
                                            • Understand entry controller duties and responsibilities
                                            • Understand equipment checks and testing required
                                            Work safely, entering and exiting high risk confined spaces safely, using equipment and tools safely, following procedures and dealing with emergencies.
                                            £
                                            POA + VAT pp and C&G Registration Fee

                                            Who is this course for?

                                            This unit is for those working in a high risk environment and includes preparing to work safely, entering and exiting high risk confined spaces safely, using equipment and tools safely, following procedures and dealing with emergencies.

                                            NB: This course will not qualified you to perform Top Person duties as previously under the 6150 suite.  Please see 6160-04 City & Guilds Award in Control Entry and Arrangements for Confined Spaces as this is the new City & Guilds qualification for the Top Person duties.  

                                            Aims and Objectives 

                                            The aim of this unit is to reflect the national occupational standard for a high risk related confined space environment.

                                            This unit covers both water and non-water industry areas:

                                            Water: this may include working with potable water, sewage treatment processes, drain and sewer cleaning operations or where the operative is working in or near water or where a confined space is subject to surface water flooding

                                            Non-water: this may include pharmaceutical, petrochemical, asbestos removal, vehicle manufacture and servicing, aeronautical, construction, communications, power, utilities, gas, electrical and mechanical engineering, and some elements of work operations in mines, quarries and tunnelling.

                                            Delivery Method/Assessment with Certification

                                            Theory & Practical Assessment

                                            Duration

                                            3 days (24 hours)

                                            Levy

                                            This course is eligible for CITB levy.

                                             

                                            Available Dates
                                            Poling, West Sussex
                                            • Monday 15th July 2024
                                            • Wednesday 14th August 2024
                                            • Tuesday 10th September 2024
                                            • Monday 7th October 2024
                                            • Wednesday 6th November 2024
                                            • Saturday 16th November 2024
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                                              • Prepare to work safely in high risk confined spaces
                                              • Enter and exit high risk confined spaces safely
                                              • Use equipment and tools safely
                                              • Follow working procedures and work safely
                                              • Deal with emergencies
                                              • Understand the principles of working in high risk confined spaces
                                              • Understand standard protocols for working in high risk confined spaces
                                              Work safely, entering and exiting medium risk confined spaces safely, using equipment and tools safely, following procedures and dealing with emergencies.
                                              £
                                              POA + VAT pp + C&G Registration Fee

                                              Who is this course for?

                                              This unit is for those who work in a medium risk environment and includes preparing to work safely, entering and exiting medium risk confined spaces safely, using equipment and tools safely, following procedures and dealing with emergencies.

                                              NB: This course will not qualified you to perform Top Person duties as previously under the 6150 suite.  Please see 6160-04 City & Guilds Award in Control Entry and Arrangements for Confined Spaces as this is the new City & Guilds qualification for the Top Person duties.  

                                              Aims and Objectives

                                              The aim of this unit is to reflect the national occupational standard for a medium risk related confined space environment.

                                              This unit covers both water and non-water industry areas:

                                              Water: this may include working with potable water, sewage treatment processes, drain and sewer cleaning operations or where the operative is working in or near water or where a confined space is subject to surface water flooding.

                                              Non-water: this may include pharmaceutical, petrochemical, asbestos removal, vehicle manufacture and servicing, aeronautical, construction, communications, power, utilities, gas, electrical and mechanical engineering and some elements of work operations in mines, quarries and tunnelling.

                                              Delivery Method/Assessment with Certification

                                              Theory & Practical Assessment

                                              Duration

                                              2 days (16 hours)

                                              Levy

                                              This course is eligible for CITB levy.

                                               

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                                                • Prepare to work safely in medium risk confined spaces
                                                • Enter and exit a confined space safely
                                                • Use equipment and tools safely
                                                • Follow working procedures and work safely
                                                • Deal with emergencies
                                                • Understand the principles of working in medium risk confined spaces
                                                • Understand standard protocols for working in medium risk confined spaces
                                                Designed to give anyone the necessary skills to safely carry out basic life support including the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
                                                £
                                                POA + VAT pp

                                                Who is this course for?

                                                This course is designed to give anyone the necessary skills to safely carry out basic life support including the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) which will increase the chances of a more positive outcome for a casualty in cardiac arrest.

                                                Aim

                                                To provide delegates with the key skills to deal with or assist at an emergency situation involving a casualty in cardiac arrest requiring resuscitation.

                                                Learning Outcomes

                                                Delegates will have a greater understanding of the theoretical and practical application of basic life support and AED skills to a competent standard including safety protocols and dealing with incident safety management and know how to maintain and test the equipment used.

                                                Delivery Method

                                                A combination of classroom based activity, syndicate working and Presentation/demonstrations, practical application and question and answer paper. A wide range of video and photographic material is used to enhance the learning experience for delegates.

                                                Assessment and Certification

                                                Continued assessment process leading to certification on successfully completing the course.

                                                Duration

                                                3 hours

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                                                  • Incident safety and management
                                                  • Anatomy and physiology
                                                  • Basic life support skills
                                                  • Introduction to AED and protocol
                                                  • Statistics
                                                  • AED and Resuscitation (single and multiple rescuer)
                                                  • Practical Scenarios
                                                  • Maintenance and testing
                                                  • Skill station assessments
                                                  Ideal for those continuing a career in the emergency services, ambulance service, the event and security medical sector or those who work in high risk workplaces.
                                                  £
                                                  POA + VAT pp and certificate £39.50 (prevailing rate)

                                                  Who is this course for?

                                                  This regulated and nationally recognised prehospital care requalification is ideal for those continuing a career in the emergency services, ambulance service, the event and security medical sector or those who work in high risk workplaces.

                                                  Aim

                                                  Over a 3 day period, learners will refresh their knowledge, skills and competencies which are needed to deal with a range of prehospital care emergencies, such as: managing a patient’s airways, catastrophic bleeding, management of fractures, medical emergencies and more.

                                                  Endorsed by The Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care – The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, and fulfilling the competencies set out in the PHEM skills framework at descriptor level D, this fantastic qualification is perfect for a range of roles in emergency care, such as: Event Medical Responder, Emergency Care Support Worker and more.

                                                  Delivery Method

                                                  A fun combination of classroom based activity, syndicate working, presentation/demonstrations and hands-on practical applications. A wide range of video and photographic material is also used to enhance the learning experience for delegates.

                                                  Assessment and Certification

                                                  Continued assessment process leading to certification on successfully completing the course.

                                                  Duration

                                                  3 full days (21 hrs)
                                                  Maximum of 6 delegates

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                                                    • Roles and responsibilities of a first responder
                                                    • Medical emergencies
                                                    • Patient assessment
                                                    • Airway management
                                                    • Adult, child and infant CPR & AED usage
                                                    • Return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) procedures
                                                    • Emergency oxygen
                                                    • Airway and ventilation/breathing
                                                    • Traumatic injuries
                                                    • Catastrophic bleeding
                                                    • Shock
                                                    • Poisoning and intoxicating substances
                                                    • External and internal bleeding
                                                    • Head injuries
                                                    • Muscular/skeletal trauma
                                                    • Anaphylaxis
                                                    • Seizures and fainting
                                                    • Environmental exposure
                                                    • Burns and scalds
                                                    • Minor injuries
                                                    • Incident assessment and management
                                                    Mental Health England’s Adult Mental Health Awareness half day course is an introductory four-hour session to raise awareness of mental health.
                                                    £
                                                    POA + VAT pp

                                                    Mental Health England’s Adult Mental Health Awareness half day course is an introductory four-hour session to raise awareness of mental health.

                                                    It is designed to give you:

                                                    • An understanding of what mental health is and how to challenge stigma
                                                    • A basic knowledge of some common mental health issues
                                                    • An introduction to looking after your own mental health and maintaining well-being
                                                    • Confidence to support someone in distress or who may be experiencing a mental health issue.

                                                    What to expect

                                                    Learning takes place through a mix of presentations, group discussions and workshop activities.

                                                    Everyone who completes the course gets:

                                                    • A manual to refer to whenever you need it
                                                    • A workbook including a helpful toolkit to support your own mental health
                                                    • A certificate of attendance to say you are Mental Health Aware

                                                    Assessment and Certification

                                                    Continued assessment process leading to certification on successfully completing the course.

                                                    Duration

                                                    Half Day (4 hrs)
                                                    Maximum of 10 delegates

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                                                      • Mental Health Continuum
                                                      • Factors which affect mental health
                                                      • Stigma
                                                      • Stress and stress management
                                                      • Spotting signs of distress
                                                      • Depression
                                                      • Anxiety disorders
                                                      • Psychosis
                                                      • Eating disorders
                                                      • Suicide
                                                      • Self-harm
                                                      • Recovery
                                                      • Take 10 Together – starting a supportive conversation
                                                      • Supporting mental health in the workplace
                                                      • Useful statistics
                                                      • Helpful resources
                                                      Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an internationally recognised training course which teaches people how to spot the signs and symptoms of mental ill health and provide help on a first aid basis.
                                                      £
                                                      POA + VAT

                                                      Who is this course for?

                                                      Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an internationally recognised training course which teaches people how to spot the signs and symptoms of mental ill health and provide help on a first aid basis. MHFA won’t teach you to be a therapist, but just like physical first aid, it will teach you to listen, reassure and respond, even in a crisis.

                                                      Aim

                                                      This course is designed to meet the requirements of the MHFA internationally recognised training course. This MHFA course is delivered by a quality assured instructor who has attended our Instructor Training programme accredited by the Royal Society for Public Health, and is trained to keep people safe and supported while they learn.

                                                      Learning Outcomes

                                                      Research and evaluation shows that taking part in an MHFA course:
                                                      − Raises awareness and mental health literacy
                                                      − Reduces stigma around mental ill health
                                                      − Boosts knowledge and confidence in dealing with mental health issues
                                                      − Promotes early intervention which enables recovery

                                                      Delivery Method

                                                      Learning takes place through a mix of group activities, presentations and discussions.

                                                      Assessment and Certification

                                                      Continued assessment process leading to certification on successfully completing the course.

                                                      Duration

                                                      Two full days (7.5hrs)
                                                      Maximum of 10 delegates

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                                                        • A deeper understanding of mental health and the factors that can affect people’s wellbeing, including your own
                                                        • Practical skills to spot the triggers and signs of mental health issues
                                                        • Confidence to step in, reassure and support a person in distress
                                                        • Enhanced interpersonal skills such as non-judgemental listening
                                                        • Knowledge to help someone recover their health by guiding them to appropriate support
                                                        The QA Level 3 Award in Emergency Paediatric First Aid (RQF) qualification has been designed in-line with the current Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) requirements.
                                                        £
                                                        POA + VAT pp

                                                        Who is this course for?

                                                        Having a good understanding of emergency paediatric first aid is incredibly important for the safety of children and it could mean the difference between life and death.

                                                        The QA Level 3 Award in Emergency Paediatric First Aid (RQF) qualification has been designed in-line with the current Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) requirements and is ideal for:

                                                        • Those who have gained a level 2 or 3 childcare qualification and have entered into an early years setting and wish to be included in the staff to child ratios to comply with the EYFS requirements
                                                        • Anyone who cares for infants and children, such as parents, guardians, grandparents or those who have an involvement with infants and children and want to learn key paediatric first aid skills
                                                        • Successful candidates will learn the roles and responsibilities of the emergency paediatric first aider, and will be equipped with the skills needed to deal with a range of paediatric first aid situations, such as performing CPR and controlling external bleeding.

                                                        Aim

                                                        The aim of the qualification is to enable delegates to attain the knowledge and competencies needed to deal with emergency first aid situations which can arise when looking after children. This will include the practical administration of safe, prompt, effective first aid in emergency situations.

                                                        Pre Qualifications

                                                        Newly qualified entrants to an early years setting who have completed a level 2 and/or level 3 qualification on or after 30th June 2016, must also have either a full paediatric first aid or an emergency paediatric first aid certificate within 3 months of starting work.

                                                        Learning Outcomes

                                                        On completion of this course, delegates will be able to effectively manage a paediatric first aid incident and treat a variety of injuries and illness including dealing with emergencies such as choking, unconsciousness and resuscitation of children, infants and babies until the arrival of professional medical help.

                                                        Delivery Method

                                                        A combination of classroom based activity, syndicate working and presentation/demonstrations, practical application and multi choice question and answer paper. A wide range of video and photographic material is used to enhance the learning experience for delegates.

                                                        Assessment and Certification

                                                        Continued assessment process leading to a Level 3 certification of achievement – Qualsafe Awards.

                                                        The QA Level 3 Award in Paediatric Emergency First Aid (RQF) is valid for a period of 3 years, within which time the learner will need to re-take the course and the assessment in order to remain qualified.  It is regarded as best practice for those holding first aid qualifications to undertake annual refresher training, this does not however form part of a RQF unit or qualification.

                                                        Duration

                                                        1 Day (6 hours)

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                                                          • Assessing an emergency situation
                                                          • Dealing with an unresponsive infant or child
                                                          • Recovery Position
                                                          • CPR and defibrillation
                                                          • Choking
                                                          • Minor Injuries
                                                          • Bites and Stings
                                                          • Seizures
                                                          • External Bleeding
                                                          • Hypovolaemic shock
                                                          Designed to give delegates the necessary competence and confidence to deal with a range of illnesses and injuries in the workplace.
                                                          £
                                                          POA + VAT pp

                                                          Who is this course for?

                                                          This course is aimed at anyone who wishes to take on the role of a nominated first aider in the workplace and gives the delegate the necessary skills and information to deal with a variety of emergency situations. The course is designed to give delegates the necessary competence and confidence to deal with a range of illnesses and injuries in the workplace.

                                                          Aim

                                                          This course is designed to meet the requirements of the Health and Safety (first aid) Regulations 1981 and other key legislation and UK protocols including company specific policies and procedures.

                                                          Learning Outcomes

                                                          Delegates will have a greater understanding of the theoretical and practical application of emergency first aid techniques in the workplace to a suitable standard.

                                                          Delivery Method

                                                          A combination of classroom based activity, syndicate working, presentation/demonstrations, practical application and question and answer paper. A wide range of video and photographic material is used, alongside practical exercises to enhance the learning experience for delegates.

                                                          Assessment and Certification

                                                          Delegates will be continually assessed during the course, and will complete a multiple choice and theory question paper – which if passed will lead to a Level 2 Qualification and Credit Framework certification of achievement.  (Qualsafe Awards).

                                                          The HSE recommend that all Emergency First Aiders at work attend a 3 hour First Aid Refresher course annually, to ensure that they are up to date with procedures and to reduce the level of “first aid skill fade”.

                                                          Duration

                                                          1 day (6 hours)

                                                          Course cost includes the certificate fee.

                                                          Available Dates
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                                                            • First aid legislation
                                                            • Duties of a first aider
                                                            • Incident Management
                                                            • Resuscitation protocols
                                                            • AED instruction (Automated External Defibrillator)
                                                            • Unconsciousness casualty management
                                                            • Seizures
                                                            • Choking
                                                            • Burns
                                                            • Circulation, wounds and bleeding
                                                            • Catastrophic bleeding
                                                            • Viral hazards and cross infection
                                                            • Fractures
                                                            • Minor injuries
                                                            • Company policies and documentation
                                                            • Workplace specific requirements
                                                            This comprehensive 2 day refresher first aid at work course is for people intending to requalify in their role as first aider in the workplace.
                                                            £
                                                            POA + VAT pp

                                                            Who is this course for?

                                                            This comprehensive 2 day refresher first aid at work course is for people intending to requalify in their role as first aider in the workplace. The course is designed to provide the First Aider with the skills necessary to give effective life support, diagnose and treat injuries or illness, and maintain care and comfort of the casualty. With an emphasis on dealing with life threatening situations and keeping the casualty alive until professional help arrives including updated skills, protocols and local/company policies and procedures.

                                                            Aim

                                                            To gain competency through continued learning and assessment in First Aid including basic life support techniques, meeting the current HSE guidelines to become a competent first aider in the workplace

                                                            Learning Outcomes

                                                            On successful completion of this course the delegate will be a competent and confident First Aider, and have a full understanding of the principles of first aid in a wide range of disciplines as laid down by the Health and Safety Executive.

                                                            Delivery Method

                                                            A combination of classroom based activity, syndicate working and Presentation/demonstrations, practical application and question and answer paper. A wide range of video and photographic material is used to enhance the learning experience for delegates.

                                                            Assessment and Certification

                                                            Continued assessment process leading to a certificate of competence.

                                                            The HSE recommend that all First Aiders at work attend a 3 hour First Aid Refresher course annually, to ensure that they are up to date with procedures and to reduce the level of “first aid skill fade”.  Certificates can be renewed by attending a 2 day First Aid at Work Re-qualifying training course.

                                                            Duration

                                                            2 days (12 hours)

                                                            Available Dates
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                                                              • Duties of a first aider
                                                              • Legislation
                                                              • Incident management
                                                              • Mechanics of respiration
                                                              • Asphyxia and Hypoxia
                                                              • Resuscitation protocols
                                                              • Choking
                                                              • Unconsciousness casualty management
                                                              • Causes of unconsciousness
                                                              • Circulation, wounds and bleeding
                                                              • Viral hazards
                                                              • Burns
                                                              • Hot & cold injuries
                                                              • Fractures
                                                              • Soft tissue injuries and dislocations
                                                              • Minor illness and injury
                                                              • Company policies and documentation
                                                              • Site specific requirements
                                                              This comprehensive 3 day first aid at work course is for people intending to act as a First Aider at Work.
                                                              £
                                                              POA + VAT pp

                                                              Who is this course for?

                                                              This comprehensive 3 day first aid at work course is for people intending to act as a First Aider at Work. The course is designed to provide the First Aider with the skills necessary to give effective life support including instruction on the safe use of AED, diagnose and treat injuries or illness, and maintain care and comfort of the casualty. With an emphasis on dealing with life threatening situations and keeping the casualty alive until professional help arrives.

                                                              Aim

                                                              To gain competency through continued learning and assessment in First Aid including basic life support techniques, meeting the current HSE guidelines to become a competent first aider in the workplace

                                                              Learning Outcomes

                                                              On successful completion of this course the delegate will be a competent and confident First Aider, and have a full understanding of the principles of first aid in a wide range of disciplines as laid down by the Health and Safety Executive.

                                                              Delivery Method

                                                              A combination of classroom based activity, syndicate working and Presentation/demonstrations, practical application and question and answer paper. A wide range of video and photographic material is used to enhance the learning experience for delegates.

                                                              Assessment and Certification

                                                              Continued assessment process leading to certification of competence.

                                                              The HSE recommend that all First Aiders at work attend a 3 hour First Aid Refresher course annually, to ensure that they are up to date with procedures and to reduce the level of “first aid skill fade”.  Certificates can be renewed by attending a 2 day First Aid at Work Re-qualifying training course.

                                                              Duration

                                                              3 days (18 hours)

                                                              Available Dates
                                                              There are currently no dates scheduled for this course. Please click the enquire button to let us know your requirements and we will get in touch as soon as possible.
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                                                                • Duties of a first aider
                                                                • Legislation
                                                                • Incident management
                                                                • Mechanics of respiration
                                                                • Asphyxia and Hypoxia
                                                                • Resuscitation protocols
                                                                • Instruction on the safe use of AED
                                                                • Choking
                                                                • Unconsciousness casualty management
                                                                • Causes of unconsciousness
                                                                • Circulation, wounds and bleeding
                                                                • Viral hazards
                                                                • Burns
                                                                • Hot & cold injuries
                                                                • Fractures
                                                                • Soft tissue injuries and dislocations
                                                                • Minor illness and injury
                                                                • Company policies and documentation
                                                                • Site specific requirements
                                                                Designed to give delegates the necessary competence and confidence to deal with a range of illnesses and injuries in the workplace.
                                                                £
                                                                POA + VAT pp

                                                                Who is this course for?

                                                                This course is aimed at anyone who wishes to take on the role of a nominated first aider in the workplace and gives the delegate the necessary skills and information to deal with a variety of emergency situations. The course is designed to give delegates the necessary competence and confidence to deal with a range of illnesses and injuries in the workplace.

                                                                Aim

                                                                This course is designed to meet the requirements of the Health and Safety (first aid) Regulations 1981 and other key legislation and UK protocols including company specific policies and procedures.

                                                                Learning Outcomes

                                                                Delegates will have a greater understanding of the theoretical and practical application of emergency first aid techniques in the workplace to suitable standard.

                                                                Delivery Method

                                                                A combination of classroom based activity, syndicate working , presentation/demonstrations and practical application. A wide range of video and photographic material is used to enhance the learning experience for delegates.

                                                                Assessment and Certification

                                                                Continued assessment process leading to certification on successfully completing the course.

                                                                Duration

                                                                1 day (6 hours)

                                                                Available Dates
                                                                Poling, West Sussex
                                                                • Monday 5th August 2024
                                                                • Monday 11th November 2024
                                                                Doncaster, South Yorkshire
                                                                • Tuesday 11th June 2024
                                                                • Thursday 4th July 2024
                                                                • Wednesday 7th August 2024
                                                                • Monday 30th September 2024
                                                                • Monday 28th October 2024
                                                                • Wednesday 20th November 2024
                                                                • Monday 9th December 2024
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                                                                  • First aid legislation
                                                                  • Duties of a first aider
                                                                  • Incident Management
                                                                  • Resuscitation protocols
                                                                  • Unconsciousness casualty management
                                                                  • Seizures
                                                                  • Choking
                                                                  • Burns
                                                                  • Circulation, wounds and bleeding
                                                                  • Viral hazards and cross infection
                                                                  • Fractures
                                                                  • Minor injuries
                                                                  • Company policies and documentation
                                                                  • Workplace specific requirements
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