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This course will enable the person attending to deliver their own training and certificate operatives in the ability to become a slinger/signaller.
Course Aim: To enable candidates to train and certificate their own trainees in the correct selection, mounting and safe use of abrasive wheels. Areas Covered And Standard Machines Covered: Bench Grinders, Angle Grinders, Petrol Cutters (Stihl Saw), Clipper Saw, Chop Saws, etc.
Course Aim: For the trainee to be able to deliver their own courses in Ladder and Step Safety training and basic Working at Height. The training also covers the inspection, fitting and use of fall restraint and fall arrest harnesses.
Course Aim : To enable the candidate to carry out their own courses to train operatives in safe use of small plant and power tools. Learning Outcome: By the end of the course the participant will be able to display an understanding of: Regulations: What is required Pre-use checks “5 steps” including; 1.
The Level 3 Award in Education and Training is a knowledge-based introduction to teaching and/or training which has no teaching practice requirement. The qualification covers the knowledge and skills required by teachers/trainers in the further education and training skills sector.
By the end of the course you will be able to display an understanding of: Basic overview of the Signs and Signals Regulations The hazard
Course Aim: To enable the candidate to carry out their own courses to train operatives in safe material handling in compliance with the relevant regulations. Learning Outcome: By the end of the course the participant will be able to display an understanding of: • Regulations: What is required • Manual handling activities Defining basic physical actions in manual handling • Factors that cause the problem Identifying factors that create the problems in manual handling • The outcome of poor manual handling Acute and Chronic injuries and health problems • Task analysis for the operative 1.
Course Aim: To enable the participants to carry out their own training for Fire Marshal and Fire Warden duties effectively in accordance with the relevant regulations and organisational procedures. Learning Outcome: By the end of the course the participant will be able to display an understanding of: • Thorough awareness of organisational fire procedures • Daily checks and preventative measures • Duties of a Fire Marshal including: - Fire alarms - Evacuation procedures - Accounting for personnel - Liason with fire brigade - Fire drills - Re-entry to building - Special Duties – Disabled, visitors, contractors.