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E-Learning

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FOOD SAFETY LEVEL 2

Food Safety Level 2

Food safety is important for the following reasons. Every day people get ill from the food they eat. Bacteria, viruses and parasites found in food can cause food poisoning. Food poisoning can lead to gastroenteritis and dehydration or potentially even more serious health problems such as kidney failure. Jobchange offer this course free of charge, it can be completed on a PC or a Smartphone. Food Safety will give you the skills to gain employment within the Care Industry, Catering, Nursery Nurse and Food Manufacturing.

EMERGENCY FIRST AID AT WORK


Emergency First Aid At Work

The Emergency First Aid at Work is a course made up of 6 modules written specifically to cover the knowledge element of the level 3 award. 
Understanding the role and responsibilities of a first-aider
Assessing an incident
Managing an unresponsive casualty
Recognising and assisting a choking casualty
Managing a casualty – external bleeding and shock
Managing a casualty – minor injury


LEVEL 2 AWARD IN THE PRINCIPLES OF FIRE SAFETY

Principles of Fire Safety

There are a total of four training modules included in this course that cover the key syllabus of Level 2 fire safety qualifications. Each module has a total of five multiple- choice questions at the end to test learner knowledge. These modules include: Introduction to Fire Safety, The characteristics of fire, Fire Safety, legislation, Assessing and managing risk.

LEVEL 2 AWARD IN
 HEALTH & SAFETY IN THE  WORKPLACE 


Health and Safety in the Workplace

The nine easy-to-manage training modules included in this course cover the key syllabus of Level 2 Health and Safety qualifications. These modules include:
Accidents including, slips, trips & falls, Legal responsibilities, Risk assessment,

Workplace health, Safety & welfare, Work equipment, Fire, First aid, Manual handling
Hazardous substances (COSHH)

INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL+ COVID19

Infection Prevention and Control + COVID19

This course is designed to help you  understand how to prevent and control infection, including coronavirus, and why it is important to do so.  

LEVEL 2 AWARD IN THE PRINCIPLES OF COSHH

Principles of COSHH 

Control of Substances Hazardous to Health. This course gives you skills to identify chemical hazards, the Cleaning Industry and Care Industry like employees to obtain this award to prove their awareness to hazards when using chemicals. On completion of the COSHH course individuals are able to relate to all the following points:    Identify  substances commonly found in the workplace. 
Legal requirements relating to COSHH.
Types of injury and ill health that can be caused by hazardous substances
Understand the difference between acute and chronic Injuries and conditions. 
The importance of good record keeping and identify the risks associated with hazardous substances 

LEVEL 2 DIPLOMA IN CUSTOMER SERVICE

Customer Service Level 2

This Customer Service Training Course is suitable for anyone who would like to work in a customer service role or improve on their skills, at all levels of employment. This includes employees who deal directly with customers face-to-face, over the telephone or by e-mail. Examples of professions :
Receptionists and front-of-house staff
Call centre workers
Online support staff
Front-line sales and customer service staff
Trade and self-employed workers (builders, plumbers, cleaners etc)

MANUAL HANDLING

Manual Handling

This moving and manual handling training course aims to provide users with the information needed to carry out manual handling tasks with great care and safety to reduce the risk of injury to themselves or others.


ASBESTOS AWARENESS

Asbestos Awareness

Asbestos is an extremely dangerous substance often found in older buildings where it was used for insulation and fireproofing. Being that it can cause serious health problems, such as mesothelioma, the use of asbestos was banned in 1999 but is still present in many older buildings.

Under The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012, if you are working in an environment where you are likely to disturb asbestos materials then you must be aware of, and fully trained in, the dangers and correct safety practices.


HEALTH & SAFETY IN CONSTRUCTION

Health & Safety in Construction

Construction work is the most dangerous occupation in the UK. It consistently has the highest statistics when it comes to accidents in the workplace with approximately 30 fatal and 64,000 non-fatal injuries every year.
Every worker must be provided with appropriate and sufficient health and safety training before carrying out any hazardous works, especially in the construction industry.