These sessions have been designed to promote the necessary skills to develop efficient personnel and effective teams.
We offer morning, afternoon or twilight sessions which can be delivered one-to-one or as a group. The sessions can be delivered in-house with content adjusted to suit the specific requirements of you or your business.
Even the most conscientious workplace accidents can happen and people can sometimes fall ill. Our courses are for those who have an interest in First Aid through to those who have responsibility for First Aid at their place of work, sports club or event.
Workplace legislation requires the provision of adequate equipment, facilities and procedures. Trained First Aid personnel are key to this planning. A business must assess what training is required and what level is needed to adequately cover each work area and possibly each shift. Many small firms may only need to make minimal arrangements to comply, dependant on the number of staff employed and the level of risk of any particular job.
It is often assumed that the practice of good food hygiene is just a matter of common sense. However, statistics indicate that there is a void between knowledge and actual practice. In reality, the level of food poisoning in the UK is still far too high. Raising awareness of the responsibility food businesses and individual food handlers to produce safe food is critical.
Health & Safety legislation requires workplace hazards and risk to be measured, managed and reduced. Ultimate responsibility rests with business proprietors but every individual has a personal legal duty to maintain legal standards. Not only is designing and maintaining a safe workplace good professional practice, there are other potential gains too, such as preventing the possible legal costs involved if work-related accidents or ill-health occurs. Such hidden liabilities can easily damage profitability and may even jeopardise the future of any organisation. By implementing an efficient Health & Safety system your business could benefit by reducing injuries and absenteeism whilst simultaneously protecting profits.
Whether a publican, restaurateur, club owner, corner shop proprietor or supermarket manager. Under UK licensing legislation, it is the duty of all those involved with or in the sale of alcohol to the public to do so legally and responsibly. Every proprietor should aspire to confidently run orderly and efficient premises.
This would seem to be an obvious starting point for the successful tutor, but not one that is always given much thought. In all areas of life, we benefit from receiving knowledge or coaching from those with a skill to pass on, or from those experienced in a trade or discipline. Unfortunately it is sometimes assumed that those who have the skill and experience also have the ability to impart this information to others.