109 training courses found
Food allergies are a growing problem and can cause severe illness and death. If you prepare or sell food to others, you need to understand how to protect people who are allergic to particular ingredients.
The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 require employers to maintain first aid provision for their employees. The regulations stress that less emphasis should be put on the 'number of employees' as a criteria for deciding what first aid provision is adequate, but should take into account the distribution of employees, the nature of the work, the size and location of the establishment, whether or not there is a shift working and the distance from outside medical services.
This course is a regionally recognised qualification of validated safety training and competence for contractor personnel. The course aims: To provide contractor personnel with the safety skills and knowledge to use safe working practices on site To provide assurance of the candidates safety knowledge It is a credit card size identification showing the candidates name, National Insurance Number, photograph, certificate number, expiry date and the issuing authority.
The Food Safety Act 1990 incorporating the Food Safety (General Food Hygiene) Regulations 1995 gives local authorities powers to enforce food laws and penalties if the law is broken. In order to keep within the framework of the law and to be able to prove 'due diligence', if necessary, it is important that everyone in every sphere of the food and drink industry receive food safety training at the appropriate level.
The Contractors’ Safety Passport Scheme is a regionally recognised certificate of validated safety training and competence for contractor personnel.
This course is a recognised qualification giving an insight into hairdressing. You will work on modules in areas such as blow-drying and styling hair and reception duties.
The VTCT Level 2 Certificate in Women's Hairdressing (QCF) is a qualification that has been specifically designed to develop your practical skills in; the creative art of cutting or dressing women's hair how to effectively shampoo and condition hair or provide a good consultation service for your clients.
This qualification focuses on fundamental plumbing practical skills and knowledge. Successful completion of the qualification will ensure that the learner will have gained an understanding of the core skills and knowledge required by a plumber working within the plumbing sector.
The IMI Level 1 Certificate in Vehicle Maintenance is designed to teach learners the basics of Vehicle Maintenance as well as to prepare learners for further learning and knowledge in Vehicle Maintenance.
This qualification is designed to enable candidates to gain welding skills and knowledge to a level that will enable them to complete welded joints in a selection of positions and prepare them for undertaking qualifications at NVQ level 2.
This course is designed for people with no previous counselling qualifications but would like to gain an understanding of what counselling is and to learn the associated skills. The course offers a practical, hands on approach with limited written and research tasks.
This course is designed to provide you with a basic knowledge and understanding of carpentry and joinery and allow you to develop a range of related skills. The subjects covered include a range of practical skill based units that will also develop your underpinning knowledge of a range of different carpentry and joinery methods, techniques and practices.
Students study the principles of good practice in food safety, thus gaining the ability to guide and advise on the management of food hygiene in a food business; applicants study food safety with an emphasis on the importance of the management of systems and staff.
Level 2 will suit you if you are working in healthcare and have some knowledge and skills in the industry, usually from a role where you've been supervised. This qualification comprises of both mandatory and optional units.
This course is designed to provide you with the broad knowledge, understanding and skill to become a qualified bricklayer. The subjects covered include a range of practical skill based units that will also develop your underpinning knowledge of different methods, techniques and practices.
The course aims to assist students to prepare for the Construction Certificate examination of the National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health. This course will contribute to the effective management of health and safety.
This qualification will give you the skills to carry out professional beauty treatments such as eyebrow shaping, manicures, false nails with nail art and facials with scalp massage. You will work in a realistic working environment.
The Level 3 course involves one day at college learning about countryside management. You will study topics such as; environmental management, ecology, habitat management and environmental education/interpretation.
This course is designed to teach learners the basics of vehicle maintenance as well as to prepare learners for further learning and knowledge in vehicle maintenance.
This course is designed to provide you with the broad knowledge, understanding and skill to become a qualified site carpenter. The subjects covered include a range of practical skill based units that will also develop your underpinning knowledge of different site carpentry methods, techniques and practices.