Health & Safety Courses

Principles of Fire Safety in the Workplace (Level 1)

This Level 1 National Award in the Principles of Fire Safety in the Workplace is a course designed to provide the underpinning knowledge for learners to operate safely in the workplace with regards to fire safety. 

The course provides employers with a programme which assists them in proving due diligence and demonstrates their legal commitment to staff training as required by the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

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Principles of Fire Safety & Role of the Fire Marshall

This Regulated QCF Level 2 National Award in the Principles of Fire Safety and the Role of the Fire Marshall qualification is aimed at staff that has been recently appointed or intend to be appointed as a fire marshal/warden in the workplace.

The course provides employers with a programme which assists them in proving due diligence and demonstrates their legal commitment to staff training as required by the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

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Principles of Health and Safety in the Workplace (Level 1)

This course is designed for learners who are new to the workplace; require refresher training or those seeking new work opportunities. 

The course provides an introduction to health and safety in the workplace and leads to progression onto other courses should the learner/employer require. 

The short course offers an excellent insight to the role of health and safety in the workplace. The course compliments employer’s policies and procedures and the course can be tailored by the trainer to meet any specific needs of employers.

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Health & Safety in the Workplace (Level 2)

This regulated QCF Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace is aimed at all employees whether new starters, currently in employment or seeking work. 

The qualification provides a demonstration of the employer’s commitment to fulfil their legal obligation to provide training to its employees. 

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Supervising Health & Safety in the Workplace (Level 3)

The aim of the qualification is to provide learners with the knowledge to manage and supervise the health and safety function within the workplace. This qualification is valid for 3 years. There is no requalification course which reduces the course duration. Once the qualification has expired, or due to expire the learner is required to undertake the course again in order to maintain the qualification. 

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Risk Assessment (Level 2)

This Level 2 QCF Award in Risk Assessment is designed for employees who are responsible for undertaking a risk assessment in the workplace and provides employees with the underpinning knowledge and skills to undertake a risk assessment. 

The aim of the qualification is to provide learners with the knowledge and skills to prepare a risk assessment in accordance with current legislation and best practice

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Principles and Practices of Manual Handling (Level 2)

The AOFAQ Level 2 Award in Principles and Practice of Manual Handling qualification which is designed to provide learners with the knowledge and skills to safely move objects in the workplace. 

This qualification will support employers to demonstrate their commitment to the legal obligations and whilst it does not qualify learners to undertake manual handling risk assessments independently, it will provide them with the knowledge to assist the employer in completing the legal requirement of carrying out a workplace risk assessment.

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Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) (Level 2)

This regulated QCF Level 2 Award in the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) (QCF)  qualification is designed for anyone who comes into contact with hazardous chemicals. This includes industries such as education, manufacturing, health and social care, cleaning, offices, military, industry etc. 

Employers have a legal responsibility under health and safety legislation to provide adequate training which is in line with the role of the employee. Failure to do so can result in criminal proceedings in the courts. 

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