Emergency First Aid at Work Level 2 (Including Paediatric Element)
Candidates successfully completing this course will be entitled to act as a first aider in the workplace. This Emergency First Aid at Work course may be more suitable whereby a needs assessment has identified a low-risk work environment. This course complies with the Health & Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 (Appendix 6 Content of an Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) Course)
Note: The Emergency First Aid at Work course is unit 1 and day 1 of the First Aid at Work 3 day course
In addition to the subjects covered on a standard Emergency First Aid at Work course it also includes training relevant to a school environment
First Aid at Work (Level 3)
Candidates successfully completing this course will be entitled to act as a first-aider in the workplace. This First aid at Work course includes the 1 day Emergency First Aid at Work course and also equips the first-aider to apply first aid to an extensive range of specific injuries and illnesses. This course complies with the Health and Safety (First-Aid) regulations 1981 (Appendix 5 Content of a First Aid at Work (FAW) course).
Unit 1: Emergency First aid in the Workplace
Unit 2: Recognition and Management of Illness and Injury in the Workplace
LEAMIS - End of Year Service - Primary Schools
SIMS.net End of Year Service for PRIMARY Schools
(Virtual)- (KGSDT01) Prevent training for DSL’s, Deputy DSL’s and teaching staff
The Prevent Duty continues to run through the LA and schools within general safeguarding principles and requires that we keep children safe from the risk of radicalisation as set out in the statutory guidance, working together to safeguard children and Keeping children safe in education.
Therefore, schools should have clear procedures in place for protecting children at risk of radicalisation. It is not necessary for schools to have distinct policies on implementing the Prevent duty and it may be that these procedures are set out in existing safeguarding policies.
Now, perhaps more than ever, due to COVID-19 and lockdown measures and the need to keep our children safe on-line, understanding the messages in the Prevent Duty is a high priority.
(Virtual) A-KMI08 (Maintained) Induction Step 2- Induction Training for New Governors - The Effective Governing Body and becoming an Effective Governor
The induction course is designed to give new or recently appointed governors a good understanding of what is expected of them as a governor in a maintained school or academy. Through presentations, small group activities, discussions and case studies, governors will gain an understanding of the legal framework for governance, how a governing body works and the three key roles that they have to fulfil. You will also have the opportunity to reflect on the skills that you bring to the role of governor in your school.