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Appropriate training for Child Carers meeting the needs of the Early Years Foundation Stage. E.G. Child Minders, Nursey Staff, School Staff. Training covers: Appropriate contents of a first aid box. Recording accidents and incidents. Planning for first aid emergencies. Dealing with emergencies. Resuscitation Recognising and dealing with shock. Recognising and responding appropriately to anaphylactic shock. Recognising and responding appropriately to electric shock. Recognising and responding appropriately to bleeding. Responding appropriately to burns and scalds. Responding appropriately to choking. Responding appropriately to suspected fractures. Responding appropriately to head, neck and back injuries. Recognising and responding appropriately to cases of poisoning. Responding appropriately to foreign bodies in eyes, ears and noses. Responding appropriately to eye injuries. Responding appropriately to bites and stings. Responding appropriately to the effects of extreme heat and cold. Responding appropriately to febrile convulsions. Recognising and responding appropriately to the emergency needs of children with chronic medical conditions, including epilepsy, asthma, sickle cell anaemia, diabetes. Recognising and responding appropriately to meningitis and other serious sudden illnesses. The training is designed to be appropriate to the age of the children being cared.

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A one day Level 3 Emergency First Aid at Work course . Recognised by the HSE. Covering:Role of the first aider.Assessing and situation and action in a emergency.Management of an unconscious casualty (including seizures).CPR and AED use.ChokingWounds and bleeding.Shock.Minor injuries.Certificate valid 3 years.This course can also be delivered on-site for up to 12 staff.

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A HSE recognised (Level 3 QCF) 3 day course for initial first aider in the workplace. First Aid at Work is the gold standard for workplace first aid, it covers: Role of the first aider. Assessing a situation and action. Management of the unconscious casualty (including seizures). CPR. Choking. Wounds and bleeding. Shock. Minor injuries. Injuries to bones, muscles and joints. Spinal injuries. Chest injuries. Burns and scalds. Eye injuries. Sudden poisoning. Anaphylactic shock. Heart attacks. Stroke. Epilepsy. Asthma. Diabetes. The qualification requires a practical assessment on the last day covering: 1. Management of the unconscious casualty. 2. CPR. 3. Managing a wound. Qualification valid for 3 years. This course can also be delivered on site for groups of staff. Maximum is 12 minimum is 4.

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A HSE recognised 2 day course refresher course for existing First Aid at Work certificate holders. YOU MUST PRODUCE YOUR CURRENT CERTIFICATE ON THE COURSE. IF YOU HAVE LOST IT SPEAK TO THE TRAINING PROVIDER BEFORE BOOKING ON THE COURSE. First Aid at Work is the gold standard for workplace first aid, it covers: Role of the first aider. Assessing a situation and action. Management of the unconscious casualty (including seizures). CPR. Choking. Wounds and bleeding. Shock. Minor injuries. Injuries to bones, muscles and joints. Spinal injuries. Chest injuries. Burns and scalds. Eye injuries. Sudden poisoning. Anaphylactic shock. Heart attacks. Stroke. Epilepsy. Asthma. Diabetes. The qualification requires a practical assessment on the last day covering: 1. Management of the unconscious casualty. 2. CPR. 3. Managing a wound. Qualification valid for 3 years.

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Enables employees to protect themselves in the face of confrontational behaviour Overview: Work-related violence is on the rise and yet employers have a duty of care to provide a safe place of work. This is not easy in environments where the potential for conflict and aggression is high. Zero tolerance initiatives and commitment to prosecution have brought improvements in organisations like the NHS, London Underground and many pubs and clubs that now work together to monitor and bar known troublemakers. Yet high staff turnover and a lack of training mean many people are still vulnerable to physical and psychological damage. The costs to businesses can be very high indeed. The CIEH has developed this qualification to help organisations protect their staff as well as their organisational and operational effectiveness. Outline programme The qualification covers the following topics: The law The work environment Resolving confrontational situations Personal safety Qualification information Designed for: All employees Course duration: 6 hours training + exam (One day) Assessment method: Multiple choice examination QCA Accredited: Yes Level: New Level 2

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HABC Level 2 Health & Safety Cse

General SafetyHealth & Safety
POA

Who should attend? The course is suitable for any employee in any workplace. Course objectives: Health and Safety at Work / Health and safety law. Prevention of accidents and ill health. Risk assessment / First aid at work. Personal protective equipment. Workplace health safety and welfare. Work equipment / Electricity / Fire prevention. Occupational health / Hazardous substances. Ergonomics and workstation design. Manual Handling / Noise and vibration. Transport at work. Working at height. Course lasts one full day.

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In order to hold a Personal Licence to sell alcohol in England and Wales the person must apply to the Local Authority. In order to make that application the applicant must hold the Level 2 National Certificate for Personal Licence Holders. This one day course provides the necessary training and examination to gain that pre-requisite. qualification

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Over 16 years able to swim and dive effectively then why not qualifiy as a RLSS UK Pool Lifeguard. Course fee will include all training, manual and assessment. The course will also include a Level 3 HSE Approved First Aid at Work and AED operator so you can be really prepared for prospective employers. Also a popular award to get on Camp America.

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The aim of this AoFAQ or HABC Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering qualification is to provide candidates with knowledge of the basic food safety practices that is essential in the catering industry. This includes the hazards and risks to food safety presented by food operations and personnel together with cost-effective, practical control measures. The qualification is designed principally for those who are, or intend to be, food handlers working in catering. It is also appropriate for persons providing services to catering premises including pest control operators, maintenance engineers, cleaners, laundry and delivery personnel. The achievement of the Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering qualification will enable learners to identify how to make changes to catering practices in order to improve the safety of catering services. The Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering qualification has been developed specifically for insertion onto the Qualifications and Credit Framework with full support from People 1st, the Sector Skills Council for Hospitality, Leisure, Travel and Tourism. It is therefore fully cognisant with industry and regulatory standards as well as being recognized by Environmental Health Practitioners, Auditors and other Enforcement Officers.

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Complete this course and you will be qualified to operate an AED. Certified by Association of First Aiders Qualification. Can provide on site for up to 12 staff (12 =£468)

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This is the one day RYA First Aid course which is based on the recommendations from the HSE and MCA, and is suitable for inland and coastal waters up to 60 miles offshore. Ideal for instructors, coaches, club members and youth leaders. Or even anyone who would like to find out about first aid when afloat. Would also be suitable to be a Appointed Person in the workplace.

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3 day course leading to the CIEH Level 3 Award in Training Principles & Practise. The entry level award to be a CIEH trainer or an in house company trainer. This award can also be converted by further training to the Full CIEH Level 3 Award in Education & Training (Formally PTLLS).

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Four day course with some distance learning covering 3 units namely:1. Understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training. (Assessed by Multiple Choice Questions).2. Understanding and using inclusive teaching and learning approaches in education and training. (Assessed by preparing and delivering a micro-teach and also by a written assignment).3. Understanding assessment in education and training. (Assessed by multiple choice Questions).Who Should Attend?Trainers new to FE or in house trainersDuration4 day course and one assignment.If you already hold the Level 3 Unit "Understanding the principles and practices of assessment." You can claim some RPL for this train the trainer award (Would need copy of certificate to make the claim).. On successful completion of the course and assignment delegates will receive a CIEH Level 3 Award in Education and Training.

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CIEH Level 3 Training Principle & Practise

General SafetyHealth & Safety
POA

Three day course to provide basic trainer skilsl to the delegate. Ideal for company trainers. It is also the minimum requirement to register as a trainer with the CIEH. Candidates will complete the QCF Unit ‘Understanding and using inclusive teaching and learning approaches in education and training'

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THIS IS DISTANCE LEARNING & SUPPORT TRAINING METHOD, YOU WILL NEED A PC & INTERNET CONNECTION: Do you want to become an assessor in a vocational training setting or in the workplace. Then this theory unit could make you attractive to the prospective employer. It's one unit from the suite of assessor units, the others being actual assessing of competence in the workplace and assessing vocationally related achievement. This single Unit doesn't qualify you as a full assessor but it's a compulsory unit to gain the full qualification. The theory unit is completed via distance support and by researching a course reference book which will be supplied to you. (Value £16.50). You will need to research and write up the answers to 25 separate pieces of performance criteria that make up the unit. I will support you with that. This unit would encourage a registered centre to put you on their books as a trainee assessor, opening the door to work as a trainee assessor and then completing the further units as appropriate. If you already work in vocational assessing or workplace assessing those units may be purchased for completion if appropriate. (Would need to discuss). This 3 credit theory unit can also be credited towards a Level 3 Award in Education & Training. A unit certificate will be issued by the Awarding Organisation on gaining the unit.

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Level 3 Emergency Paediatric first Aid

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Paediatric Emergency First Aid1. Understand the role of paediatric first aider2. Be able to assess an emergency situation and act safely and effectively3. Be able to provide first aid for an infant and a child who is unresponsive and breathing normally4. Be able to provide first aid for an infant and a child who is unresponsive and not breathing normally5. Be able to provide first aid for an infant and a child who has a foreign body airway obstruction 6. Be able to provide first aid to an infant and a child who is wounded and bleeding7. Know how to provide first aid to an infant and a child who is suffering from shock

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This award consists of 3 units and is available to delegates aged 19 yrs +. The units are:Unit 1; Understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training. (3 credits). This unit is assessed by you researching and writing up a 1200 word assignment meeting the assessment criteria.Unit 2: Understanding and using inclusive teaching and learning approaches in education and training. (6 credits). This unit is assessed by you researching and writing up a 1200 word assignment meeting assessment criteria. Plus the delivery of a teacher assessed micro-teach. Completion of a self-evalution of your micro teach. Completion of 3 peer observations feedback forms. Unit 3: Understanding assessment in education and training. (3 credits). This unit is assessed by you researching and writing up a 1200 word assignment meeting the assessment criteria.Assignments etc will be written up in a MS Word based portfolio, you therefore need access to suitable IT resources to complete this.It is possible to apply Recognised Prior Learning (RPL) for the units in this award, speak to RTA if you believe you have this option. The decision is not to be taken lightly RPL is the responsibility of the applicant and is not to be seen as a shortcut. You must still meet all the assessment criteria. If you already hold the assessor unit Understanding the principles and practices of assessment you can use this to RPL the last unit. If you plan to become a workplace assessor it is possible to complete this unit as a different Assessing Unit to Unit 3 as you could carry it forward to complete the workplace assessor qualifications. For advice speak to RTA.

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Welcome to Richmond Training Associates a UK wide health and safety solutions provider based in Warrington, Cheshire. We provide a variety of training and assessing services, with a keen focus on first aid, lifeguarding, lifesaving and RLSS UK National Water Safety Management Programme courses. Plus health and safety and food safety courses. Our well prepared open access and ON SITE quality courses focus on the customers needs and offer excellent value for money. ONSITE training can further provide significant cost savings to companies, sometimes you only need four delegates to make a course viable. Being sited in Warrington we are convenient for the North West Region including Manchester, Liverpool, Runcorn, Widnes, Northwich and Cheshire generally etc. Our open first aid course dates are published. If we can't supply it we probably know someone who does.

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Richmond Training Associates

66 Barley Road
Warrington
Warrington
Cheshire
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