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We’ve been providing the Retail sector with high-quality eLearning for over a decade...

We understand the challenges of coordinating training and ensuring legal compliance, particularly across larger and more varied workforces. Our training solution aims to make this as simple as possible for you.

Our core Health & Safety courses include Fire Awareness, Food Safety, Manual Handling and Fire Warden Training, covering your mandatory training requirements. We also offer a range of HR compliance titles such as GDPR Training (Data Protection), Equality and Diversity and Customer Services Training - courses which are often valuable for all retail staff.

Our courses for retail are approved by the likes of IOSH and RoSPA, and are accredited by the CPD service.

IOSH approved training RoSPA approved training CPD accredited training

Health & Safety courses in Retail

HR Compliance courses in Retail

Business Compliance courses in Retail

Soft Skill courses in Retail

Management courses in Retail

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Our experts

Our team of experts help retailers up and down the UK work towards compliance with legislation every day. They help make workplace training as straightforward as possible.

My team has helped retailers of all sizes work towards legislative compliance for many years now. With a cost-effective and simple training solution, we’re fast becoming the number one training provider for UK retailers.

Why is training important?

Relevant legislation

It’s important that you comply with the law and understand the positive impact training can have on your organisation.

Within the Retail sector, there are a number of legal guidelines that stipulate employers have a duty to provide adequate health and safety training for their staff. The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 cover general requirements, as well as additional training for those working alone within the workplace.Other pieces of legislation such as The Electricity at Work Act 1989 and The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 outline the necessity for training on safe use of electrical appliances and best practice for preventing slips, trip and falls. Other documents much as The Equality Act 2010, The Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 and The Data Protection Act 1998 are also relevant.
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