We are pleased to let you know the awarding body have listened to our requests and they have introduced a Level 1 Award in Safeguarding Awareness. This course is suitable for improving the knowledge on safeguarding to all staff. They have also updated the Level 3 course with the latest guidance and legislation on safeguarding.
We have also been working hard to create two of our mental health courses as e-learning. So watch this space as we continue to develop our distance learning and e-learning offers.
Have a great summer.
Level 1 Award in Awarness of Safeguarding
Would your staff recognise the warning signs of someone being abused?
We all have a responsibility to keep each other safe. The course introduces what is abuse and provides an understanding of what people may see or hear if someone is being abused. The course helps people not jump to conculsions, but covers how to report, if they are concerned. Together we can keep people safe!
Level 3 Award in Principles of Safeguarding and Protecting Children, Young People or Vulnerable Adults
Do you have to consider Safeguarding implications for your business?
The Level 3 Award has been updated with the latest guidelines and legislation. The course is aimed at those who work with vulnerable adults or children, providing more in depth knowledge about safeguarding. It is also aimed at managers who need to consider safeguarding policies for their business.
Are you looking for an easy way to spread knowledge of mental health to your teams?
We can now offer our First Aid for Mental Health Awareness course as e-learning. This is a great way to spread knowledge of mental health throughout your organisation without the cost of bringing everyone together and for individuals to undertake the learning at a time convient for them. The courses uses variety of resources to meet different learning styles, along with interactive videos to allow reflection on what students have just seen.
E-learning - Knowledge of First Aid for Mental Health
Do you prefer self study?
We have produced an e-learning version of our First Aid for Mental Health, which covers all the knowledge of the face to face course, but without the practical. You can learn about common mental health conditions, the impact of drugs and alcohol on mental health and gain the knowledge of how to provide support.
This e-learning would be a good refresher for anyone wanting to revisit knowledge learnt on other courses.