17 training courses found
The NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health is specially designed for facilities and health and safety managers and is fully accredited by NEBOSH. The course is recognised and respected by employers in all sectors and will provide you with a qualification that is the benchmark standard against which others are compared.
The CIPD Diploma in HR Practice (DHRP) provides a firm foundation in all areas of human resources and is a natural study route towards undertaking the CIPD's new advanced level qualifications. International Workplace has been granted Direct Claims Status by the CIPD for all of our CIPD Accredited courses.
CIPD Foundation Certificate in Human Resources Practice provides a firm foundation and helps develop practical skills, giving you the confidence to be more effective at work. Whether you are at the start of your career or want to gain a professional qualification in order to further your career, this CIPD accredited training course will give you the knowledge, practical skills and confidence to achieve your goals and support your organisation more effectively.
IOSH Managing Safely Refresher is a 1 day/8 hour health and safety training course that International Workplace provide that needs to be taken within three years of completing the full IOSH Managing Safely course to ensure that the accreditation remains valid. The IOSH Managing Safely Certificate Refresher is designed to provide continued support to managers dealing with health and safety issues in the workplace.
IOSH Managing Safely is a 4 day/24 Hour health and safety training course that International Workplace provide and is the most popular course of its type in the UK. The course covers a broad range of the health and safety subjects and ensures every manager and supervisor is aware of their responsibilities.
In the UK alone, in just one year, 27 million working days were lost due to work-related illness and workplace injury. Accidents and incidents in the workplace have a major impact on a business’ staff, customers, reputation and bottom line.
With estimates of around 5,000 deaths a year due to asbestos-related diseases in the UK alone, the management of asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) is a major safety concern for anyone responsible for building work or maintenance where asbestos may be present. In the UK there is an explicit legal duty contained with The Control of Asbestos Regulations (CAR) 2012 to carry out asbestos awareness training.
Driving can be taken for granted as an everyday task but whether making long-distance journeys or short trips, driving any distance brings hazards, the complacency of which can increase the risk of an accident occurring. With driving becoming a more common part of a modern worker’s requirements, whether on a regular or infrequent basis, what are the hazards and appropriate controls that a driver should be aware of to help preserve their safety and the safety of others? This IOSH approved online course identifies what is meant by driving at work, the laws that apply to driving at work, the hazards associted with driving at work and also the most appropriate control measures to help preserve life.
Lone working is a fundamental or incidental part of a wide variety of roles and occupations. Whether working in isolation regularly, or infrequently, what are the hazards associated with working alone in conjunction with an individual’s role and environment, and when might working alone be too hazardous for consideration? This IOSH approved online course explores the hazards and risks associated with working alone and the additional controls an organisation should consider in order to promote safe lone working.
Lifting, moving and carrying objects, large or small, is a part of our daily working lives, but are we performing these tasks safely, and being mindful of the effects incorrect techniques may have on our body, health and lifestyle? This IOSH approved online course identifies what manual handling means, what considerations should be made before beginning a manual handling task, and the components of a good lifting technique in order to reduce the risk of a related injury from occurring. Our Manual Handling introductory level eLearning course is 30 to 40 minutes in length.
Essential guidance for workers and managers, based on the UK Health and Safety Executive’s Management Standards. Managers have a legal duty of care to ensure that their employees are not harmed by work-related stress.
The dangers of fire are apparent to all, but with the potential for fire hazards to be all the more common in the workplace, we must be aware of what dangers may exist for ourselves, our colleagues and our working environment. This IOSH Approved online course explores the safety features that organisations should have in place to prevent and control fire and, in the event of a fire, the actions that should be taken to assist in swift and safe evacuation.
Globally, over six million people a year die through sudden cardiac arrest. Survival rates stand at 1% - but this is greatly increased if immediate first aid, including CPR, is delivered.
Thousands of people suffer as a result of a workplace injury each year. As well as the impact upon an individual’s health and wellbeing, an organisation’s productivity and performance can be affected by the loss of valuable skills and experience.
Slips and trips are the most common cause of injury at work. On average, they cause 40 per cent of all reported major injuries and can also lead to other types of serious accidents, for example falls from height.
Whatever your working environment may be, whether indoors or outdoors, in an office or construction site, working at height brings associated risks that could cause injury to yourself, your colleagues, or even an innocent passer-by. How can we best avoid these risks from resulting in an injury? This IOSH approved online course explores the hazards and risks of working at height, identifies control measures that can be taken to minimise these risks and encourage safety, and what issues the various work at height control measures may have.
IOSH Working safely is a 1 day/6 hour health and safety training course that International Workplace provide for people at any level, in any sector and is ideal as an introduction to why Health and Safety is important. The IOSH Working Safely Certificate course shows how everyone can make a difference to their own wellbeing and that of others through everyday behaviours.