Safety Media have released 2 brand new Health and Safety e-Learning courses. Both courses are health & safety focussed and are now available in our e-Learning course library.
The new health and safety e-Learning courses are:
Safeguarding adults at risk level one:
It’s estimated that more than 1 in 10 adults experience some form of abuse. The Safeguarding Adults at Risk course provides guidance on preventing and reducing the risks of abuse and neglect. The interactive run time is 25-30 minutes and is aimed for those who care for or work with adults at risk and have specific safeguarding responsibilities.
Health and Safety for directors:
The running time for this short course is 5-10 minutes, targeted at organisation directors. It aims to show directors their responsibilities regarding health and safety and that failure to meet their responsibilities could now result in imprisonment. The course also gives those responsible for learning programmes the opportunity to get their directors involved in e-Learning.
These two courses have the same crucial credentials that the rest of our ever-expanding course library has. Each course includes a built in self-test, so learners can prove understanding of the content. Both courses are modern, informative and most notably, engaging for the individual taking the course.
There is a built in risk checklist which asks the user a series of questions relating to their current working environment. This will help flag up any causes for concern for employers.
The courses are also CPD certified and upon completion the user will be able to print or save a certificate of attainment stating their score and showing the CPD certified logo. Click here to learn more about our accreditations and affiliations.
Take advantage now:
If you are an existing client on the open license, these courses are already available in your Safety Media library free of charge. Both courses are also available to purchase individually as SCORM compliant modules.
If you aren’t already an existing client, try out our demo free of charge today! Or if you want to find out how our software can benefit your employees, get in touch with one of our experts by calling 01745 535000 or filling out our quick contact form.