Health & Safety Training
It is essential for employers, the self-employed and those with specific health and safety responsibilities to be familiar with all the legal obligations affecting their workplace.
First Aid Training
The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 make it a requirement for employers to provide ‘adequate and appropriate’ first-aid equipment as well as trained employees.
Food Safety Training
If you are responsible for preparing or serving food to the public or service users you have a legal duty to make sure that the food is safe to eat.
Education and Training
Training in teaching and education allows candidates to achieve a qualification enabling them to deliver in-house training and regulated qualifications effectively.
It is essential to comply with regulation regarding Fire, the need to assess risk and to have effective fire procedures which must be effectively communicated to employees.
In many workplaces it is necessary to show that adequate measures are in place to prevent and control infection. Trained, knowledgeable staff are essential in demonstrating compliance.
Nutrition and Hydration
If your organisation prepares food for potentially vulnerable people it is essential to be able to recognise the signs and symptoms of dehydration and malnutrition.
Find out what my happy customers are saying out my training courses.
The tutor was fantastic! He took so much time to make sure we took in what he was teaching. I was very impressed with the course
Candidate Level 2 Health and Safety course
More enjoyable that I thought it would be but only because of the instructor
Candidate on a Level 1 Food Safety course
Really good teaching style, informal and interesting combined with excellent skills at ensuring information was retained by the candidates
Candidate evaluation Emergency First Aid at Work course