38 training courses found
This course is designed for employees working in any sector of business, whether manufacturing, commerce, public sector or the service industries.
This course has been re-designed in order to be more relevant to specific business environments and is suitable for those working in food businesses at a managerial level. Aimed at food business owners to trainers, production managers to hygiene auditors and those who are responsible for the planning and implementation of a cost-effective food hygiene programme where these sector specific qualifications will meet industry's need for a high level practical qualification.
This course is designed to allow candidates to develop their basic fire safety awareness. It is particularly useful for employees who are to have a designated responsibility for workplace fire safety either as a fire warden or marshal.
This course has been re-designed in order to be more relevant to specific business environments and will benefit anyone working in a supervisory position where food is prepared, cocked and served. It is relevant to all catering operations, retail food outlets and food manufacturing and processing businesses.
This comprehensive two day course is designed for those whose Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work certificates are about to expire. The course will refresh the first aider with the skills required to give effective life support, diagnose and treat injuries or illness and maintain care and comfort for the casualty.
This course has been re-designed in order to be more relevant to specific business environments and is suitable for anyone working in a catering, manufacturing or retail setting where food is prepared, cooked and handled.
This course is designed for anyone in a work environment as it raises learners' awareness of the concept of risk assessment and is the perfect introduction to risk assessment. It covers why risk assessments are necessary, the legal requirements relating to risk assessments and simple processes for carrying out a risk assessment.
This course is designed for anyone with a responsibility to conduct risk assessments. It is particularly useful for managers and supervisors but it will be equally beneficial to individual workers, team leaders, technicians, engineers or any other personnel contributing to the risk assessment process.
This comprehensive three day course is designed to provide the first aider with the skills required to give effective life support, diagnose and treat injuries or illness and maintain care and comfort for the casualty. The emphasis is placed on dealing with life threatening situations to help ensure that the casualty is kept alive until professional help arrives.
This is a short, knowledge based course aimed at those wanting to develop practical training skills and/or meet the minimum training requirement for registering to deliver CIEH vocationally related qualifications without public funding. It is ideal for those who are required to deliver training to their colleagues within the workplace teaching candidates about the value of lesson planning, varying teaching and learning styles and course evaluation.
This qualification is designed for people who are just starting in a teaching role and culminates in a 15 question mulitple choice examination, assignment and microteaching session followed by a further 15 question mulitple choice examination. The pass mark for each examination paper is 10; candidates will be given 30 minutes to complete each.
The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 require employers to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities and personnel to enable first aid to be given to employees if they are injured or become ill at work. These regulations apply to all workplaces, including those with five or fewer employees and to the self employed.
This qualification has been created to provide an awareness of key environmental concepts and an introduction to environmental management systems. By the end of the programme candidates will understand the: Key terms used in environmental management Primary local and global environmental impacts of their organisation Basic principles, key concepts and importance of environmental law Link between their jobs and a range of environmental impacts Business benefits of adopting an environmental management system Key issues related to energy use and carbon management, waste minimisation, water use, pollution and emergency planning This online course takes around 11/2 hours to complete depending on the speed of learning.
This CIEH e-Learning programme covers Understanding Allergens and Food Labelling moving from understanding allergies and their causes into understanding food labels with an ingredients list and warnings on packed food and then to dealing with preparing and serving non packed food. The course is an interactive experience with colour photos, illustrations and animations to help you learn easily.
This course is designed for anyone who carries out manual handling activities at work and introduces candidates to the hazards of manual handling, the risks involved and controls available. The course also covers what to expect from a manual handling risk assessment.
This qualification has been developed to provide food handlers with an appreciation of the fundamentals of good food hygiene practice and to equip them with the practical skills necessary to work safely with food. By the end of the programme candidates will: Understand the terminology used in food safety Understand the laws that apply to food businesses and food handlers and should be able to describe, in general terms, the requirements of the current regulations Understand the concepts of food hazards and how the risk of food poisoning can be contained Know how temperature controls will minimise microbiological hazards and how these controls are monitored Understand the role of heat processing in the production of safe food Understand that food handlers can pose a risk to food safety Know the importance of utilising appropriate storage conditions for different types of food Know the importance of cleaning in food manufacturing plants Understand the need for high standards for structure and equipment to promote good hygiene in food manufacturing plants The training will take around 4 hours to complete depending on your speed of learning.
This course is suitable for anyone working in retail organisations that server alcohol to the public who need to be aware of their responsibilities and legal requirements. The course is written in 4 modules and can be completed in approximately 1 hour.
This CIEH e-Learning programme is suitable for a variety of candidates, including new employees with minimal or no prior food safety knowledge, employees handling low-risk or wrapped food or those who work front of house, such as waiting or check out staff, as well as back of house, such as kitchen porters or warehouse staff. By the end of the programme candidates will: understand the basic requirements of food safety and hygiene know how to keep clean and hygienic know how to keep work areas clean understand the role an individual plays in reducing contamination and identify key food safety issues Following the training, which takes around two hours to complete, depending on the speed of learning, candidates will take a multiple choice test of 15 questions.
This CIEH e-Learning programme provides candidates with the skills and knowledge to deal with first-aid situations in low-risk work environments such as shops and offices. By successfully completing this e-Learning course you will show that you have studied and understood the knowledge and skills needed to deal with first aid situations.
This CIEH e-Learning programme is designed for those responsible for the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) at work, as well as employees who use hazardous substances in manufacturing, cleaning, healthcare, transport, utilities and offices. The course is an interactive experience with colour photos, illustrations and animations to help you learn easily.