239 training courses found
The aim of this short module is to raise understanding and awareness of the safety issues associated with welding. Upon completion learners will be aware of a range of key issues, including: The four main types of welding Appropriate protective equipment Safety tips relating to the work area, equipment, fumes and ventilation and confined spaces First Aid By completing this short module and passing the associated online assessment, prospective students have shown they are aware of the key safety issues relating to a potentially dangerous activity.
Lesson Plan Preparation for initial inspection and testing Inspection Testing Practice Test questions The online sections covered include: Welcome and learning objectives Introduction Inspection procedures Testing Theory Learning outcomes Accreditation The content of this course has been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines Upon successful completion of this course and assessment you will gain the EAL Level 3 Award Certification This unit will be assessed by a multiple choice online test covering the underpinning knowledge relating to the content and application of BS 7671. This must be taken at an accredited test centre.
This e-learning module provides background into the history of social housing, and looks at the roles and responsibilities of social housing providers and their tenants. On completion of this module learners will be able to: - Describe what rented housing is.
Every year workers are killed or injured when moving loads, especially when using mechanical devices to move them by lifting and swinging. This online course offers a route to ensuring all your staff understand safe use and operation of lifting and slinging equipment.
This online learning module has been developed in conjunction with social housing organisations. Your home is your world but modern life is fast paced and this often causes us to forget the important details that impact on our home life.
The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 require that any electrical equipment that has the potential to cause injury is maintained in a safe condition. Portable Appliance Testing is one way in which to ensure electrical equipment is safe.
Certification When you successfully complete your course, you will be able to print out your own certificate. Duration Approximately 1 hour 15 minutes.
Lesson Plan Level 3 Award in the Requirements for Electrical Installations BS7671: June 2008 (2011) (17th Edition) Welcome and Objectives Introduction Part 1 - Scope and Objectives Part 2 - Definitions Part 3 - Assessment of General Characteristics Part 4 - Protection for safety Part 5 - Selection and Erection of Equipment Part 6 - Inspection and Testing Part 7 - Special Installations or Locations Appendices Environmental Technologies Welcome and Learning Outcomes Building Regulations and Other Legislation Solar Thermal Ground Source Heat Pump Air Source Heat Pumps Biomass Solar Photovoltaic Micro-Wind Micro-Hydro Micro-Combined Heat and Power Rainwater Harvesting Greywater Re-use and Summary Certification This unit will be assessed by a multiple choice online test covering the underpinning knowledge relating to the content and application of BS 7671. This must be taken at an accredited test centre.
Who is this course for? This qualification is aimed at experienced personnel working in the electrical industry who are looking to gain an understanding of the new Electrical Installation Condition Reports. The qualification is not intended for non-qualified electricians and/or those who do not have experience in inspecting, testing and certifying electrical installations.
Safeguarding children is everyone’s responsibility. You can ensure you are trained adequately in safeguarding and child protection issues in just a few hours with this online training.
Lesson Plan This course covers the following in relation to estate services: The Regulatory Framework for social housing Customer involvement Performance management Supervising the service Achieving value for money Customer insight Sustainability and the green agenda Looking after common parts Service charges Utility supplies Refuse and recycling Dealing with tricky issues Fire safety Encroaching trees Dog fouling Untidy gardens Handy hints and tips Accreditation The content of this course has been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines Upon successful completion of this course and assessment you will gain the EAL Level 3 Award Certification On completion of this course you will be able to print a Virtual College certificate. Duration Approximately 1 hour.
Lesson Plan Developed in conjunction with Ashgreen Business Services Ltd, this interactive and engaging course will support you to do the following; Recognise best practice preparation Understand contract administration Determine and explain the reasons for poor performance Learn how to manage and monitor risks and supplier performance Know the importance of relationship management in maximising performance Accreditation The content of this course has been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines Certification On completion of this course you will be able to print a Virtual College certificate. Target Audience The principles in this course are applicable to a wide audience and will benefit anyone involved in the acquisition and management of all types of contracts in both private and public sectors, from simple orders through to complex construction contracts.
Who would benefit from this training? Working Safely is suitable for people at any level, in any sector, needing a grounding in the essentials of health and safety. Individuals will benefit by gaining a nationally recognised certificate in health and safety training that meets government’s guidelines and is a 100 per cent match to the Health and Safety Executive's 'passport' syllabus.
Your CV is vital to your job application. If you create a curriculum vitae (CV) that is too long, too short or perhaps does not contain the information a prospective employer is looking for, it might not be saying the right things about you.
From the 1st April 2012, the Tenant Services Authority (TSA) was disbanded and the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) became responsible for regulating social housing providers in England. The new regulator will be known as the Social Housing Regulator.
By preparing well for every interview and being able to present yourself in the best way, you will be able to maximise your opportunities at interview. This Interview Skills online course is part of an employability suite which will help learners search for and secure employment.
With two thirds of the global internet population visiting social networks, businesses are increasingly utilising these platforms to engage with clients and other businesses, don’t get left behind! Social Media is an extremely effective form of marketing which can be used to increase brand awareness, brand loyalty, customer service, and lead to increased sales. It can be used to present a business brand to millions of people worldwide.
The aim of this short online course is to raise awareness of the availability and potential uses of telemedicine in clinical settings and to promote the proliferation of practical uses of telemedicine as a clinical and training/supervision tool. On completion of this course you will have: An appreciation of how telemedicine can contribute to the challenges of the NHS A clear understanding of what telemedicine is Knowledge of the history of telemedicine in the context of the evolution of relevant technologies An understanding of the factors which must be considered when planning the implementation of telemedicine including the security, functionality, governance and pathway issues An insight from a selection of case studies about how telemedicine has been used effectively Lesson Plan Introduction to telemedicine Development of telemedicine Implementing telemedicine Hints and tips for undertaking a telemedicine consultation Summary Accreditation The content of this course has been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines Certification On completion of this course you will be able to download a Virtual College certificate.
This e-learning course has been designed to raise awareness of the main issues around risk taking behavior and young people sexual health. It has been designed for wide variety of people and is intended for anyone who comes into regular contact with young people and/or their families in the course of their work.
This course is primarily aimed at those who may come in to contact with children, young people, adults at risk and/or their families during the course of their work in the voluntary, statutory and independent sectors. The course will: Explain what domestic violence and abuse is and who is most at risk Recognise the difference between the facts and myths surrounding domestic violence and abuse Describe the physical and psychological effects of domestic violence and abuse Explain the impact of domestic violence and abuse on the unborn child, children and young people Classify the behaviours displayed by a perpetrator Identify positive and negative ways to support cases of domestic violence and abuse Outline how the victim may feel Interpret domestic violence and abuse statistics Describe best practices Identify the "dos and don't's" of assisting in a domestic violence and abuse case Recognise when and where to get help Please be aware that this training content deals with a potentially disturbing subject matter and material and images used may be of a graphic nature.