Treating a casualty with First Aid is a hard but rewarding experience. Being able to help a child in distress or pain is an especially admirable talent and one that all parents or child-minders should ideally know.
By the end of the course, you’ll know how to interact with a young casualty, how to keep them calm, and when to call an emergency. It should prove to hold invaluable information for keeping children and babies safe from illness, and potentially life-threatening conditions.
This comprehensive course is ideal for individuals associated with the first aid sectors such as:
Once you’ve successfully completed your course, you will immediately be sent a digital certificate. Also, you can have your printed certificate delivered by post (shipping cost £3.99). All of our courses are fully accredited, providing you with up-to-date skills and knowledge and helping you to become more competent and effective in your chosen field. Our certifications have no expiry dates, although we do recommend that you renew them every 12 months.
By the end of the course learners will be able to demonstrate that they can:
At the end of the course, there will be an online assessment, which you will need to pass to complete the course. Answers are marked instantly and automatically, allowing you to know straight away whether you have passed. If you haven’t, there’s no limit on the number of times you can take the final exam. All this is included in the one-time fee you paid for the course itself.
Module one introduces the basic principles of First Aid when applied specifically to children and infants. It also looks at the key responsibilities for a Paediatric First-Aider, and how these apply to public places and community properties. The extreme importance of preventing cross-infection and operating within the bounds of public safety is covered as well.
In Module two, we explore the best ways to take control of an incident where a child has been hurt and expand the importance of being able to assess the severity in moments. This opens up to details of how to effectively communicate with a young casualty and get the information you need under the worst of circumstances. The importance of scene cleaning and post-accident hygiene is also covered.
In Module Three, we look at the way CPR can be applied to two sets of distinctive age groups, that of children and infants. The module shows how to check for responsiveness and breathing difficulties in patients, and exactly what methods should be applied in each situation. We also examine the uses of an AED and what role it can play in the resuscitation of a child.
In Module Four, we run through the symptoms, causes and treatments of the most common ailments that can affect a child. This includes all-too-frequent occurrences like stings and burns, along with life-affecting conditions such as Diabetes and Anaphylaxis. The module also looks at rarer incidents such as Frostbite and Heatstroke, and exactly what you should do to relieve the child’s condition.
Module Five examines the more complex medical conditions that can seriously affect the well-being of a child. You’ll learn the cause and effect of serious illnesses such as Sickle-Cell Anaemia and Meningitis, as well as understanding exactly what to do if a child suffers from symptoms. We also explain the existence of Febrile Convulsions, along with more recognisable conditions such as Asthma and food poisoning.
Module Six goes into detail as regards the criteria for calling Emergency Services, and the different type of services that exist in the UK via 999 and 112. It also supplies recommendations of the actions that a Paediatric First-Aider can do when waiting for an ambulance.
Coronavirus (Covid-19) is a new type of novel coronavirus with a much higher infection rate than normal flu. To make sure you are informed and fully protected from its health risks during the pandemic, this course will guide you through its possible causes, symptoms and infection control measures, introduced by UK government guidelines.
Through statistics and science-based knowledge, you will learn how the coronavirus outbreak began, how it spreads, and what its symptoms are. You will also learn how it affects different age groups and ethnic groups, with advice from official government guidelines.
The differences between coronavirus SARS and MERS will also be discussed in great detail. Whether you are a key worker, business owner, or member of the public, ensure you are putting the correct measures in place by practising good hygiene, with our step-by-step guide.
This awareness course is ideal for anyone who wishes to gain a deeper understanding of COID-19 and other coronaviruses. This includes:
By the end of the course, learners will be able to:
In module one, we will learn how the coronavirus outbreak began and how it became a global health crisis. We will explore the possible causes of the outbreak, with a focus on zoonotic diseases.
In module two, we will explore the process of how COVID-19 spreads, gaining an insight into the different ways a person can be exposed to coronavirus. It covers the risk of contamination, as well as how coronavirus affects different age groups and ethnic groups.
In module three, we will look at the differences and similarities of the novel coronavirus, SARS and MERS, through an in-depth science-based comparison.
In module four, we will take a more in-depth look at the novel coronavirus of 2020 and why it is classified as a severe acute respiratory syndrome, including facts and statistics from the World Health Organisation.
In module five, we will learn about the sources of COVID-19, common symptoms to look out for and the infection rate of coronavirus in the UK.
In module six, we will explore the developments of a possible COVID-19 vaccine and how coronavirus is currently being treated. We will also learn about coronavirus contamination prevention measures.
In module seven, we will take a look at the latest information regarding COVID-19 in the UK, including government guidelines and legislation. It covers the latest developments in measures for stopping the spread of the virus and what we as individuals can to do to stay safe.
In module eight, we will familiarise with some of the latest information regarding the coronavirus outbreak, exploring worldwide statistics, facts and figures.
Knowing the basics of first aid is an essential skill to have, whether you’re in a workplace environment or at home. It could be a case of saving someone’s life, so it’s never too late to train. Our Workplace First Aid Training course is designed to introduce you to the basic fundamentals of first aid, from how to act in potentially life-threatening situations, to conducting a head-to-toe check on someone who has sustained an injury.
Once the course is successfully completed, you’ll receive a CPD accredited as proof of your new skills, with the confidence to apply the correct safety measures for your business or workplace.
This course is ideal for all employees or anyone who genuinely wishes to learn more about first aid basics. This will include;
By the end of the course learners will be able to demonstrate that they can;
Module One introduces the basic principles of First Aid in the workplace and the important responsibilities that a First-Aider must own. It also looks at the requirements of a good First Aid kit and the importance of preventing cross-infection. It also provides a pointer towards initial actions to take when an emergency is encountered.
In Module Two, we explain the legal duties of an employer (and employee) has in regards to providing First Aid equipment and facilities. It also covers the UK legislation that is currently in place, to ensure that the appropriate workers are trained in First Aid skills, along with further health and safety directives. The importance of accident reporting is examined as well.
In Module Three, we look at the way in which First Aid personnel should take charge during incidents and guide events. This naturally leads to the recommended actions to take during an emergency, where they will be influential in conducting safety during accidents involving fire, electricity, and water. This module also emphasises the need for self-safety as a First-Aider.
In Module Four, we look at the importance of a Primary Survey during an incident. It emphasises the importance of recording and understanding all the information that can be taken from the casualty and the incident. The module also instructs the way a Recovery Position can be applied to a patient.
Module Five explains the purpose of a Secondary Survey and why it may not always be necessary. It covers the benefits of a more protracted examination and detailed investigation into an incident. We explain the procedural steps of the survey and just how much it can influence the treatment of the casualty.
Module Six comprehensively describes the most commonly used First Aid techniques. We cover the “Chain of Survival”, and the key recommendations in an emergency. The components of a First Aid kit are also explored, with descriptions of how to apply dressings, bandages, and slings. The life-extending procedures involving CPR and AEDs are highlighted as well.
Module Seven describes the majority of minor injuries that a First-Aider can expect to encounter. It looks at the wide variety of common ailments and wounds that can occur easily, and how best to deal with them. The module also highlights the injuries that can escalate in severity and what to do to ensure the safety of the casualty.
Module Eight starts to cover the Secondary Illnesses that a First-Aider can come across. This module specifically explains the actions required when an adult, child, or baby becomes unconscious. It also goes into detail on how to check for breathing problems and apply resuscitation techniques.
Module Nine continues the theme of treating Secondary illness in a casualty. This module covers the conditions that can cause severe breathing difficulties in an individual, how they should be appropriately treated, and when emergency services should become involved.
Module Ten continues to look at Secondary Injuries that arise from long-time medical conditions or injuries. This covers a range of issues from complications caused by excessive bleeding, to the effects of Epilepsy, and the causes of Heart Attacks. The module also covers the different types of diabetes, and what causes the body to go into shock.
Module Eleven comprehensibly covers the different types of fractures and dislocations. It looks at the different ways bones can break or splinter, along with the appropriate treatment a First-Aider can perform. We also cover the risks behind head injuries and how bone displacement should be handled.
Module Twelve covers and summarises the different types of emergency services that are available in the UK. This final module will affirm the responsibilities of a First-Aider and instructs the learner on how and when to call the appropriate services.
By law, anyone who handles food in a professional environment must be aware of the food hygiene best practices, in order to prevent food contamination and bacteria from spreading in the workplace. These include storing food correctly, keeping ingredients at the right temperature and looking after your own personal hygiene.
This introductory training course includes expert industry material, video content and interactive demos, designed for managers or supervisors, such as restaurateurs, hoteliers and kitchen chefs. Once you’ve completed the course, you’ll feel confident to utilise your new skills and set an excellent standard of health in your professional environment.
This informative course is perfect for anybody associated directly with the food sector such as:
Furthermore, this Level 2 Food Hygiene and Safety course is endorsed by the Institute of Hospitality ensuring quality content that teaches industry standards and best practices.
In Module 1, you will learn what is expected of you under the law as a food handler and learn about the key UK legislation governing food handling and preparation. You will also gain an understanding of how this law is enforced and what will happen if anyone in your business breaks these laws.
Module 2 covers the most prevalent and tenacious hazard in food safety, which is food poisoning and its primary cause: microbiological contamination. We will examine the different types of food poisoning caused by bacteria, viruses or moulds entering food and spreading illnesses and diseases, or introducing toxins. You will also learn how to prevent microbes from making food harmful and what the law has to say about your responsibilities and obligations.
In module 3, we will learn about the three other primary forms of hazard that can contaminate food and harm people, and how they need to be considered in terms of how the law treats each of these risks.
In Module 4, you will delve deeper into the subject of food-borne disease, establishing precisely what it is, the different types and how they are caused, and how we can control them in a food-handling environment. You will learn about how food poisoning and food-borne disease are defined under the law and discover the many different forms and their confusingly similar symptoms
In Module 5, you will learn how and why food spoilage is the primary cause of waste in both food businesses and broader society, as well as being the most significant source of food poisoning. You will learn the best ways to preserve food and how to spot and prevent spoilage, before drilling down into the main methods of preserving foods, some of which have been with us since time immemorial.
In Module 6, you will come to understand how it is the food handlers that are potentially the most significant and direct sources of illness. You will learn the essentials of personal hygiene ‘best practice’ while ensuring that you understand all the regulations you need to follow.
In Module 7, you will learn how it is essential to make sure that all food businesses take every precaution in preventing food-borne illness being passed on via their products.
In the last module, you will learn how your food business premises needs to be well designed and correctly used, and how a strict and efficient cleaning regime is essential to this. You will see that excellent hygiene standards are enforceable under the law, and will be expected by the customers who use your business. You will learn how strict cleaning protocols and schedules help you to sustain a completely hygienic and safe food production area. You will also be shown the consequences of not following such guidelines and procedures.
Portable electrical equipment is found in the majority of workplaces across the UK. To prevent workplace hazards such as electrical fires and electrical shocks, it’s important that managers and responsible employees are aware of how to perform maintenance check-ups.
This course is suitable for employers and employees in low risk workplaces such as shops or offices, who have the responsibility to ensure workplace health and safety. No previous training is required for this course, which can be accessed online from any device.
This technical course is primarily for individuals who are responsible for shared electrical appliances. This would include people like;
Once you’ve successfully completed your course, you will immediately be sent a digital certificate, Also, you can have your printed certificate delivered by post (shipping cost £3.99). All of our courses are fully accredited, providing you with up-to-date skills and knowledge and helping you to become more competent and effective in your chosen field. Our certifications have no expiry dates, although we do recommend that you renew them every 12 months.
By the end of the course learners will be able to readily demonstrate that they can:
In Module 1, we define what we mean by PAT testing and other terms used, acquaint ourselves with the relevant legislation and decide who is responsible for the test themselves.
Module 2 will outline the essential components of risk assessment and enable learners to carry out a risk assessment in their workplaces. Risk assessment is a legal obligation for all workplaces, and this module will shed light on how risk is assessed, controlled and monitored.
Module 3 will discuss the actions which are to be taken to reduce and control the risks in workplaces based on the risk assessment.
This final module will cover what a combined inspection and testing involve and the types of equipment which is needed to be assessed.
In this in-depth training course, you’ll receive practical training on the fundamentals of safeguarding, such as recognising when a child is at risk of abuse, the national safeguarding framework, how to make a referral and when to report your safeguarding concerns.
By the end of this training course, you will have in-depth knowledge of the key principles of child safeguarding, safeguarding laws and how to take appropriate action if you suspect a case of abuse or neglect.
This comprehensive training course is suitable for anyone who works with or cares for children, who wants to gain a deeper understanding of their legal requirements and safeguarding procedures. This course is ideal for those who work in the following professions:
In module one, we will learn the definition of safeguarding, the importance of safeguarding, safeguarding roles and responsibilities, and child protection policies.
In module two, we will explore the UK laws and key legislation behind safeguarding children, outlining the fundamental points of each act. We will also take a look at child safeguarding policy and guidelines.
In module three, we will gain an in-depth understanding of what constitutes abuse and neglect, the different types of abuse, and how to identify the signs of a child at risk.
In module 4, we will learn about child sexual exploitation, the types of sexual abuse, the characteristics of sexual offenders, and the common patterns and signs of child sexual abuse.
In module 5, you will be guided on how to assess if a child is at risk of harm, how to recognise a high-risk situation, and will explore the steps in the single assessment process.
In module 6, we will learn about the protocol on sharing information that has been disclosed by a child, your ‘duty of care’, and how to take appropriate action when making referrals to social care services.
In module 7, you will learn how to make a referral to social services, what should be included in your referral, and what to do if you disagree with the decision made.
The final module takes a look at record-keeping procedures and policies, including which documents should be included in safeguarding records, and the policy regarding sharing information.
In this GDPR Training Course, you’ll be introduced to the new rules of privacy regulation, the key changes that have been introduced and data controller and processor obligations. You’ll also be trained on processing sensitive personal data and data protection terminology.
This course is for anyone who has the obligation to implement changes brought about by new GDPR legislation and the Data Protection Act, who may work for services that hold personal data. By the end of the course, you’ll have an understanding of what is expected of businesses in relation to handling data security, so that you can implement GDPR compliance strategy for your firm.
The GDPR Training course is suitable for professionals who are responsible for handling sensitive personal data as part of their day to day role, as well as business owners who want to ensure that their organisation is compliant. The course is open to anyone who wishes to gain up-to-date knowledge of GDPR and its new legislation. There are no entry requirements for this course, which can be studied on a full-time or part-time basis.
By the end of the course learners will be able to demonstrate that they can:
Initially, Module 1 is intended to give you a general overview and will be centred around the fundamental aspects of GDPR. Here we will go over what it means, the authorities involved, and its relevancy after BREXIT.
In module two, we will take a closer look into the GDPR. This will include a more detailed and thorough analysis of how data laws have evolved as a result of the growth of the use of personal data itself. We will additionally cover concepts such as the legal implications and the correct implementation of GDPR into organisations.
Module 3 will be focused further on the legal aspects of GDPR, and will elucidate the idea of lawful basis. Here we will go over the six lawful bases, and their significance relative to both individuals and organisations. Moreover, we will also go through specific details such as which law applies to which form of data and how this data should be handled as a result.
The individuals themselves will be the focal point of Module 4, and here we will go over their rights when organisations collect their data. We will also look at how organisations themselves must ensure that all data protection laws comply appropriately, and the procedures that they must undertake.
In module five, we will explore the key responsibilities organisation have when complying with the GDPR. We will outline the full course of action that is legally required of a company to protect an individual’s data, and how penalties of appropriate margins can be enforced on organisations for failure to comply with the GDPR.
In this comprehensive course, you will gain crucial life-saving skills that will give you the confidence to stay calm and professional in the face of any type of emergency incident. Through step-by-step guidance, practical case studies and exercises, you will learn how to treat minor injuries, help someone who has fallen ill, and much more.
You will be guided through best practice procedures for treating burns and scalds, placing someone in the recovery position, performing CPR and treating a wide range of injuries. By the end of the course, you will know how to act in critical scenarios such as someone suffering a stroke or seizure, and will have the experience to be the first point of contact in the workplace, should such an emergency arise.
This course applies to organisations whose first aid needs assessment has identified the need for a responsible person to have a workplace first aid qualification. It applies to, but is not limited to, the following:
In module one, we will develop our understanding of the definition of first aid and why first aid knowledge is required for all workplaces.
In module two, we will take a look at some first aid barriers to action as well as receive practical training on how to place someone in the recovery position.
In module three, we will learn how to treat someone who is unresponsive through CPR procedures and automated external defibrillators.
In module four, we will explore some key best practice procedures for treating someone who is choking.
In module five, we will learn how to treat someone who is bleeding and how to suppress the flow of blood while emergency services are contacted (if required).
In module six, we will explore how the body goes into shock and the correct safety procedures for dealing with someone who has gone into shock.
In module seven, we will deepen our understanding of spinal injuries and will learn the appropriate action to take in the case of a spinal injury in the workplace.
In module eight, we will explore broken bones and fractures, with step-by-step guidance on the correct procedures for dealing with someone who has broken a bone at work.
In module nine, we will take a look at head injuries and their effects, with expert guidance on how to deal with a person who may be concussed or suffering from head trauma.
In module ten, we will learn about the treatment and symptoms of sprains, covering first aid procedures for treating sprains.
In module eleven, we will look at the ways in which to create a systematic plan for handling accidents in the workplace, as well as best practice procedures to take after a workplace incident.
In module twelve, we will develop the practical skills and knowledge to treat burns and scalds, with step-by-step training and guidance.
In module thirteen, we will learn what happens to the body when it goes through an electric shock, and will explore the steps to take to treat someone who is suffering from electric shock.
In module fourteen, we will look at some common eye injuries that can occur in the workplace and how they can be treated.
In module fifteen, we will deepen our understanding of the causes and symptoms of epilepsy, anaphylaxis and diabetes, and will learn how to deal with someone who is suffering from an epileptic seizure or has gone into anaphylactic shock.
In module sixteen, we will learn what emergency steps must be taken in the case of someone suffering from a heart attack or stroke at work.
Pupils with SEN have a harder time developing mentally, socially and emotionally, which is why SEN teaching assistants play an important role in helping them to reach their full potential. This course will equip you with in-demand skills required to assist pupils with learning difficulties, taking you through fundamental teaching methodologies.
You will learn how to provide learning support that is tailored to each individual’s needs, deepening your knowledge of the obstacles to learning associated with each disorder. This course includes case studies and practical exercises to give you knowledge that can be applied in a real-world context, preparing you for a rewarding future in the teaching industry.
This comprehensive training course applies to aspiring SEN teaching assistants and those who work in the teaching industry who wish to gain a better understanding of SEN teaching. Professions in this field include:
In module one, we will learn about the different types of special educational needs and gain a better understanding of the role of an SEN teacher. It also includes an overview of the effects of SEN on learning development.
In module two, we will explore the ways in which teaching assistants can provide SEN support, taking a look at the benefits of SEN teaching and its importance in childhood development.
In module three, we will take an in-depth look at techniques and strategies for incorporating quality SEN learning support in the classroom environment, exploring the SEN code of practice.
In module four, we will be introduced to some common SEN teaching methodologies and approaches, developing the skills to communicate effectively with SEN pupils.
In module five, we will explore communication and interaction between pupils and SEN teaching assistants, developing our interpersonal skills along the way. We will also focus on how to provide learning su[por that is tailored to each individual’s needs.
In module six, we will gain a better understanding of cognition and learning difficulties, with examples. It covers the requirements fo children with specific learning needs.
In module seven, we will explore some common social, emotional and mental health difficulties, taking a look at their causes, development and treatment.
In module eight, we will take a look at the various sensory and physical needs of children with special educational needs, as well as the impact of sensory and physical impairment on learning.
In this final module, we will learn why it is important to work in partnership in SEN teaching, including the benefits and barriers to working in partnership. It also covers the responsibilities of parents of children with special educational needs.
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This comprehensive course covers training in all areas of HR management, from attracting candidates to effective training practices. It also includes step-by-step guidance on employee recruitment and selection procedures. You will learn how to write a performance appraisal, manage employee termination, and explore a range of essential responsibilities of the HR department.
UK employment law will also be discussed in detail, exploring both employee and employer’s rights. Not only will you learn the basics of HR management, but you will learn how to motivate employees and promote a positive workplace culture.
In module one, we will explore the role and responsibilities of the HR department, with essential information on the different roles of the HR team.
In module two, we will gain in-depth knowledge of the employee, recruitment and selection process, with step-by-step guidance and case studies.
In module three, we will explore some effective employee training practices, taking a look at different types of training and training techniques.
In module four, we will deepen our understanding of performance appraisal management and its benefits, with an in-depth look at the performance management cycle. It covers reviewing and rating performance, as well as dealing with underperformance.
In module five, we will learn about employee communication and relations, including the practice of industrial relations and common HR strategies.
In module six, we will explore the different ways to motivate employees, taking a look at the process of motivation, motivation theory and motivation strategies.
In module seven, we will learn about UK health and safety regulations in the workplace, with guidance on how to conduct a risk assessment and measure health and safety performance.
In module eight, we will explore the areas of employee termination, redundancy and dismissal, and the legal framework surrounding these topics. It also discusses the difference between fair and unfair dismissals.
In module nine, we will learn about personnel records and their different formats, including the information held in personnel records, statistical data and reports.
In module ten, we will strengthen our knowledge of UK employment law and contracts of employment, covering key topics such as wages, absence from work and working parents’ rights.
UK employment law refers to the relationship between employer and employee and involves many different areas, from sick pay to wage rights. In this comprehensive training course, you will explore the legal responsibilities of both employers and employers in various situations, as well as what should be included in every organisation’s employee handbook.
Through case studies and practical exercises, you will gain an insight into key topics such as how to handle discrimination in the workplace, disciplinary procedures, and data protection principles. Fast track your career with an accredited qualification and get certified in just 20/30 hours.
This comprehensive training course is suitable for aspiring professionals looking to fast track their career in the UK employment law sector, as well as existing professionals who are new to the field and wish to update their existing skills and knowledge. Professions in this field include:
In module one, we will explore the fundamentals of employment law in the UK and how they are designed to protect both employees and employers’ rights. This introductory module also provides an insight into the industry and the role of an employment lawyer.
In module two, we will take an in-depth look at the legal recruitment process in the UK and its fundamental stages, learning through case studies and audio-visual material.
In module three, we will learn about the different types of employment contracts in the UK, how a contract of employment is established, and what is covered in an employment contract.
In module four, we will deepen our understanding of the employee handbook and what should be included in it. It covers key topics such as UK work policies, company guidelines and wages.
In module five, we will gain a comprehensive understanding of disciplinary procedures for employees, the steps in the disciplinary process, and the different types of disciplinary actions that can be taken by an employer
In module six, we will explore the national minimum wage and the national living wage in the UK, taking a look at their differences, the law and wage entitlement.
In module seven, we will learn all about parental right, employee statutory sick pay and pension schemes, covering topics such as maternity leave, the different types of pensions, and sick leave.
In module eight, we will explore the kind of behaviour that constitutes discrimination in the workplace, with examples. It covers the different types of discrimination and the laws that protect against discrimination in the workplace.
In module nine, we will take a look at health & safety regulations in the workplace and the legislation surrounding workplace accidents and injuries. We will also learn about the legal responsibilities of employers and employees regarding this topic.
In module ten, we will broaden our knowledge of employee dismissals, grievances and the employment tribunal process. It covers grounds for dismissal, grievance procedures and the process for making a claim to an employment tribunal.
In this final module, we will explore workplace monitoring policy in detail, and the key principles of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The Psychology and CBT Bundle Course is designed to provide learners with an in-depth understanding of the field of psychology and the requirements and skills to work in this profession. Take your knowledge to the next level with this ultimate bundle package training program.
This comprehensive course explores the basic fundamentals of psychology and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), as well as the psychological development of children. It includes a detailed overview of the different psychological theories and approaches, equipping you with the core skills to apply them in a clinical setting.
You will also deepen your understanding of the role of a child psychologist, taking a look at common atypical behaviour in children and the role of parents and schools in ensuring children’s psychological wellbeing. Furthermore, this course is packed with key research methods, models and techniques to provide you with all the tools you need to fast track your career.
This course is suitable for those who are looking to start a career in the field of child psychology. This includes the following roles:
In module one, we will gain a deeper understanding of the different perspectives in psychology, including the different approaches to psychology.
In module two, we will explore the social factors in child development, gaining a broader understanding of social influence. It covers key topics such as social cognition and applied psychology.
In module three, we will explore cognitive psychology and its many applications, exploring the science of how we think, from perception and attitudes to language and problem-solving.
In module four, we will learn about the different issues in child development, exploring the development of language and communication. It also provides essential information on cognitive and moral development.
In module five, we will develop our knowledge of atypical behaviour and its definition and diagnosis. It explores common emotional disorders and their causes.
In module six we will look at some effective research methods in psychology and research issues. It covers key areas of research such as data analysis.
In module seven, we will explore some additional learning materials to develop our professional skills. It covers key introductory materials for learning the basic fundamentals of psychology.
In module eight, we will deepen our understanding of the role of a child psychologist and the different professional settings where child psychologists can work. It also includes a comprehensive introduction to child psychology.
In module nine, we will explore some fundamental child developmental psychology theories, taking a look at some prominent figures such as Freud.
In module eleven, we will explore the role of parents in child development and mental health, as well as how the schooling environment plays a fundamental role in children’s mental wellbeing.
In module twelve, we will gain an in-depth understanding of cognitive development in childhood. It explores how children socialise and process their emotions and feelings, as well as explains language development in children.
In this final module, we will explore some additional learning materials to develop our professional skills. It covers key introductory materials for learning the basic fundamentals of cognitive behavioural therapy.
This course has been designed in such a way that learners with no prior knowledge or experience can easily dive into each module. Through case studies and audiovisual learning material, you will deepen your knowledge of the role of the CBT Therapist, exploring the CBT model in detail.
It covers common eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia that can be treated using CBT, including their categorisations and core psychopathology. Furthermore, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of NICE guidelines and how to apply them in a clinical context.
This comprehensive training course is ideal for anyone looking to start a career in the field of psychology, in particular, cognitive behavioural therapy. Professions in this field include the following:
Learn the essentials of cognitive behavioural therapy, from the CBT model to ethics in therapy and how to conduct your first client session. It covers key techniques, models and approaches to fast track your career.
This Level 3 HACCP is a more advanced course, designed to guide senior members of the workforce through the essential HACCP principles. This will allow food safety managers and supervisors to set up HACCP plans in their workplace, and introduce food safety regulations to the premises. They will also be able to ensure that fellow employees are also trained and able to work under the HACCP guidelines.
By the end of the course, you’ll have a complete understanding of the principles of HACCP and how to incorporate them successfully into your workplace. You will also learn of the ways in which contamination and bacteria can enter the food supply chain, and place measure in place to stop it.
This comprehensive course is perfect for senior members of the food and catering industry. This would include Supervisors and Managers working in:
This introductory module will get rolling by introducing the learners with a food safety management system and the HACCP system. The benefits and the importance of HACCP system will also be discussed in this module along with the key terms related to HACCP and food safety management.
This second module will mainly focus on the legislation that covers food safety. The other topics to be included in this module are business and food safety legislation, enforcement, business owners and the law, and due diligence.
This module will get going with the top 10 causes of food poisoning. Later on, it will discuss the prevention of outbreaks of food poisoning, food safety hazards, and food handlers and illness. The module will be wrapped up with the topic contamination and the control and prevention of microbiological contamination.
Module 4 will discuss how to prepare the HACCP system along with the prerequisites. This section will also familiarise the learners with the common pitfalls which need to be avoided to create a robust HACCP system.
The seven principles of HACCP, key terminologies, and the food safety management essentials will be the highlighted topics of module 5.
This module will expand on hazard analysis, the first step of a HACCP system. The risk matrix, P.I.G.S., and the 3 step approach to hazard analysis will also be discussed in this module.
The central focus part of this module is critical control point identification. We will examine the importance of control measures and introduce learners to the codex tree and provide an illustrative example.
The module will start with the definition of ‘critical limit.’ The scientific basis of critical limits, the condition required for critical limits, and the documentation of critical limits will be discussed throughout this module. We will also look at some of the commonly used critical limits across different industries.
In this module, we will examine what is meant by ’monitoring’. We will explore how to carry out effective monitoring, along with various types of monitoring. We will address the need to decide the frequency of your monitoring and the development of the monitoring plan.
Establish corrective actions is a pivotal step in the HACCP system, and this module will cover what is meant by the term ‘corrective action.’ The levels of corrective action and the associated procedures will also be covered in this module. We will provide an example of a product recall, illustrating the theory in real-world situations.
In this module, we will consider HACCP Principle 6, Verification of the HACCP System. We will also discuss the importance of verification and the benefits of reviewing your HACCP plan. Finally this module will go on to look at HACCP auditing, including data analysis, sampling and testing.
The final step of the HACCP system will take the centre stage in this module. We will cover all aspects of this area, including record keeping, maintaining sources of information and HACCP documentation.
This module will discuss how you go about implementing HACCP. We will explore the methods you can use and underscore the importance of appropriate training. The module will conclude with a section on how you make HACCP visible across the workplace.
In this final module, we will discuss some of the criticisms of the HACCP system and introduce you to some alternatives approaches. We will provide you with links to helpful tools and references where appropriate. At the end of the module, you will be ready to begin the multiple-choice test for the course.
All catering professionals must be trained in food hygiene and safety with a solid understanding of the risks and hazards involved in preparing and serving food. In this comprehensive training course, learners will gain an in-depth understanding of food hygiene best practice procedures, to ensure their business achieves a five-star outstanding national hygiene food rating.
You will learn how to supervise food safety to effectively train your staff, implement and monitor an effective food safety management system in the workplace that minimises the risk of food hazards, control contamination, maintain an excellent standard of personal hygiene, and much more.
This advanced level 3 training course is ideal for those in management roles who are responsible for supervising and training staff on food hygiene and safety standards, such as:
Furthermore, this Level 3 Supervising Food Safety in Catering course is endorsed by the Institute of Hospitality ensuring quality content that teaches industry standards and best practices.
This introductory module will draw your attention to the world of food safety. You’ll learn about the food-borne illnesses and its causes, the vulnerable risk groups, and the key terms which will help you to understand food safety and its importance.
This module will tell you everything that you need to know about the roles and responsibilities of a supervisor. Along with the in-depth knowledge of supervisory skills and styles, you’ll also learn about food safety cultures, standards, food safety policies, and quality assurance & control.
As the name suggests, this particular module is dedicated to giving you an overview of the key legislation, concerning authorities to enforce the law, code of practices, fines and prosecution, and due diligence.
The food safety management system, HACCP and its fundamental principles, detail discussion of the implementation of HACCP, and HACCP based food safety management system – these are the keynotes of this module 4.
The highlighted part of module 5 is a vivid discussion on the various food safety management tools. Along with this, learners will also get to know about the management responsibilities and the importance of documenting the food safety system.
In module 6, we’ll give you a tour of Microbiology. In this voyage, you will come across the detail of bacteria and factors responsible for its multiplication, moulds, yeasts, viruses, protozoa, and cyclospora.
From knowing the sources of contamination to understand the processes of detecting contamination – all will be discussed in module 7. You’ll also learn about various types of contamination hazards, vehicles of contamination, and cross-contamination.
This module will shed light on the control of different contamination hazards and the role of the supervisor in the prevention of contamination. Food storage, food preparation and cooking, and food service and delivery are some of the other key topics of this eighth module.
After a brief discussion on food poisoning, this module will draw your attention to the most common causes of food poisoning, food-borne illness, and food-borne viruses. Each of the topics will be discussed in detail.
In this module; you will learn about chemical food poisoning, metallic food poisoning, scombrotoxic fish poisoning, paralytic shellfish poisoning and diarrhetic shellfish poisoning, and the generic control measures for most food poisoning organisms.
This module will tell you about the high standards of personal hygiene, the relevant law and the role of the supervisor in personal hygiene. You’ll also learn about the hazards that come from food handlers.
This module will cover the wide area of food and temperature control. Some of the key topics from this module are safe temperatures, fridge & freezer temperature, cooking temperatures, and time without temperature control.
Module 13 will introduce you with the different equipment and process of measuring food temperature. You’ll also learn about when food temperature should be measured and the recording of temperature checks.
This module explains the common signs of food spoilage and prevention methods along with the different approaches to food preservation. Delivery and unloading of raw materials, wrapping and packaging, and stock rotation will also be discussed in this module.
The design, construction, and maintenance of food premises and equipment are essential for maintaining food safety. This module will tell how you can go with these factors to maintain the high standard of food safety.
Waste storage and the removal of waste, cleaning equipment, disinfection, and the procedures and methods of cleaning will be highlighted in this module. Learners will also familiarise with the in-houses and contract cleaning, and the role of the supervisor in cleaning.
The module will look at different types of pests, contamination caused by pests, and the standard control measures. A due-diligence defence and the role of the supervisor in pest control will also be discussed here.
This final module will draw the curtain on the course by explaining the importance of training for maintaining the high standard of food safety. You’ll also learn about the training methods and the role of management in it.
This Level 2 HACCP Training Course is designed to introduce you to food hygiene legislation and the seven principles of HACCP. You’ll also learn how to implement an HACCP system within the workplace, putting into practice key safety control measures.
By the end of this course, you’ll have a sound understanding of the basics of food safety management, how to prevent and identify food safety hazards and how to maintain an excellent standard of service and healthy working environment for all.
This comprehensive course is ideal for individuals who are directly responsible for handling and storing food for consumption. This would include those that work in:
Furthermore, this Level 2 HACCP Training course is endorsed by the Institute of Hospitality ensuring quality content that teaches industry standards and best practices.
This course is audited and approved by Environmental Health Officers. The course modules have been independently reviewed and are verified as containing the essential knowledge to achieve the level of training described.
This is the introductory module which will introduce learners with the HACCP system and their fundamental principles. The critical pieces of legislation regarding food safety and the enforcement of those legislations will also be discussed throughout this module. Another essential part of this module is the definition of key terms related to HACCP and food safety.
Module 2 will focus on microbiological hazards and food poisoning. This module will go on by discussing the various causes of food poisoning and the prevention methods, common food poisoning bacteria and diseases caused by them, and the prevention of microbiological contamination.
In this 3rd module, we’ll look at all the potential allergenic, chemical & physical hazards that can compromise food safety and learn how to minimise contamination. The allergen laws will also be discussed in this module.
This module is focused on the HACCP system. You’ll get to know about the HACCP prerequisites and the examples of prerequisites. We’ll discuss the five preliminary steps of HACCP and teach the learners on how to create a HACCP system
This final module will explore each of the seven main principles of the HACCP system. Having thoroughly explored these steps will enable you to carry out a comprehensive HACCP. The learners will also become familiar with the codex decision tree tool in this module.
As a supervisor or manager of a catering company or establishment, you are directly responsible for the well-being of every customer that takes a bite of your food. In order to secure an excellent reputation and a 5-star national hygiene food rating, you will need to understand and abide by all the strict food and safety regulations that exist in the UK. Not only will it give you the confidence and credibility to grow the business, but it will also show that you are dedicated to customer safety.
By the end of the course, you’ll have full knowledge of all the UK food regulations, as well as an understanding of how to improve and maintain an excellent food management system. You’ll also know every type of food bacteria that exists and how to prevent it from causing food poisoning or wastage. Please note that if your job is limited directly to food handling, then a Level 2 Food and Hygiene Safety Course may be more appropriate.
This informative course is perfect for anybody associated directly with the food sector, such as:
By the end of the course, learners will be able to show that they can:
This Level 1 Food Hygiene and Safety Course is for employees who don’t handle food directly, but work in an environment where food is handled. Each training module is designed to address the introductory key elements of food hygiene and safety; from food hygiene and safety laws, to safety control measures, personal hygiene and food safety hazards.
By the end of the course you’ll have an excellent understanding of how to ensure food safety in the workplace and how to comply with food health and safety legislation. Please note that if your job requires you to handle food, then you will need to take a Level 2 Food and Hygiene Safety Course in addition to this one.
This comprehensive course is ideal for individuals associated with the food sector, such as:
Furthermore, this Level 1 Food Hygiene and Safety course is endorsed by the Institute of Hospitality ensuring quality content that teaches industry standards and best practices.
We will discuss who will benefit from the course and why food hygiene is so important. We will look at the legislation around food hygiene, understanding food safety, and common health issues caused by contaminants.
We will look at the main microbiological hazards, allergenic hazards, physical hazards, and chemical hazards. We look at the potential impact of them contaminating foodstuffs and explore various ways to control for them in practice.
You will learn about the conditions under which food becomes contaminated with bacterial growth. We will also look at temperature control, the Danger Zone, controlling time, low and high-risk foods, controlling microbiological hazards, food deliveries, refrigeration and pests.
In this module we will look into hand hygiene, hand washing, hair hygiene, body hygiene and bad habits, personal protective equipment (PPE), and reporting illnesses.
We look at why cleaning is important, good practice around waste management, cleaning and disinfection, the concept of clean as you go, keeping dishwashers clean, and the requirement for scheduled cleaning.
This comprehensive training course includes step-by-step guidance, case studies and audiovisual material, ideal for construction workers, factory workers, electricians and other professionals working in high-risk environments. It covers fire safety regulations, common accidents, legal responsibilities for employers and employers, and electrical maintenance.
By the end of the course, you will have the essential skills and knowledge to ensure you and your colleagues are working in compliance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, taking the necessary precautions to minimise risks and control hazards effectively.
This health and safety training course is ideal for professionals who work in high-risk workplaces such as:
In module one, we will broaden our understanding of the dangers of poor health & safety in the workplace, taking a look at some statistics.
In module two, we will take a look at your legal responsibilities and the measures and procedures that can be taken to ensure optimum safety at work
In module three, we will learn how to conduct a risk assessment and explore some of the common risks to health & safety at work.
In module four, we will broaden our understanding of the types of health & safety-related issues in the workplace, covering topics such as work-related stress and violence at work.
In module five, we will gain an understanding of the types of reportable injury and how they are reported, as well as RIDDOR regulations.
In module six, we will learn about electrical maintenance, fire safety procedures in the workplace, and gas safety measures.
In module seven, we will look at health & safety for different work settings, covering topics such as manual handling and working at height.
In module eight, we will explore work equipment in detail, PPE selection and use, machinery hazards, and more.
In module nine, we will deepen our understanding of some other health & safety hazards at work, such as slips and trips and noise control.
The Regulation (EC) No 852/2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs requires that all food handlers must have adequate training on food hygiene compliance, food safety and hazard control measures, to ensure a high standard at all times, from preparation through to service.
This food safety management training provides essential information and guidance for managers and supervisors who are required to train staff on food safety and hygiene fundamentals. It covers key topics such as HACCP management systems, contamination prevention and control, the microbiology of food, personal hygiene and workspace cleanliness.
Furthermore, this Food Safety Management – Level 3 course is endorsed by the Institute of Hospitality ensuring quality content that teaches industry standards and best practices.