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April’s Course Announcements

A snippet from each new course this April

We are due to release an additional four courses to our ever-expanding course library this month!

These courses can be pivotal in ensuring that your workplace remains a safe place to work, whilst also helping you show your commitment to current legislation.

Remember that you can try up to three of them for free, at any time, with no obligations!

Prevent Duty Training (Out now!)

Prevent Duty Training Snippet

Scriptwriter: Lottie Galvin
Animator: Sylvie Lin

It is crucial that those working in the education sector have the knowledge to recognise, respond, report and record signs of radicalisation in children.

Our Prevent Duty Training course is designed for all levels of staff working in the education sector to explain how to use the 4 R’s in regards to signs of radicalisation in children.

Working at Height Training V2 & International Version (Coming soon!)

Working at Height v2 Snippet

Scriptwriter: James Kelly
Animator: Mike Brooks

With around 40 deaths and 4,000 major injuries occurring each year as a result of falls from height, precautions must be put in place to prevent these accidents from happening. This is down to both the employer and employees to ensure.

Our Working at Height Training course is essential for all professionals operating in an environment where there is a potential to fall from a substantial height.

We’ve also developed an international version of our Working at Height course that is stripped of UK legislation and instead focuses on best practice techniques for staying safe whilst working at height.

Modern Slavery Training (Coming soon!)

Modern Slavery Snippet

Scriptwriter: Lottie Galvin
Animator: Matt Newport

The rate of slavery is on the rise - with 5,000 potential victims of slavery being submitted in 2017, which is a 35% increase to the previous year.

Our Modern Slavery Training course was designed to help workplaces identify signs of modern slavery and how to properly report it.

Think you or your staff could benefit from any of our training courses? Find out for yourself by claiming your free no obligation trial to any of our courses today!

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