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A major provider of health & social care training across England & Wales & Scotland since 2019.

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All of our courses can be designed & delivered to ensure you get the full benefit of the course content that tailored to your needs. However, all courses are designed with a set standard in order to meet CWC, CIW & health & safety requirements. Please see below many other courses we deliver along with course content & objectives. We can also provide Train the Trainer courses to all subjects so you can keep all training in house to save on training costs.


Health & Safety

A thorough understanding of health and safety is essential in all workplaces, regardless of job role and industry. This accredited Health and Safety For Employees course ensures that you understand the most common health and safety risks in your workplace and the control measures that are needed to keep you safe.



The aim of this course is to give the learner knowledge and skills to Safeguard Adults and effectively prevent abuse with confidence to report any suspicions they may develop. The learner will also gain knowledge in recognising the signs of abuse and how to manage them in accordance with current legislation, company policies and procedures.



This Food Hygiene and safety training course is designed to extend & develop knowledge, skills and understanding of effective food safety and is essential for all food handlers. This training provides a comprehensive introduction to the issues surrounding food safety and highlights safe working practices that are fundamental in preventing food related illnesses. By the end of the course attendees should be able to work with food in a hygienic manner to prevent contamination and have an understanding of the key issues and best practice of food safety and the implications of non compliance.



This managing challenging behaviour training course aims to enhance delegates' knowledge and skills in reducing and managing potential challenging behaviour within a workplace.

Delegates will use these relevant skills and knowledge to effectively manage challenging situations.

The course will give each delegate a much clearer understanding of the correct ways to respond & manage challenging behaviour within the workplace;



Most fires can be prevented. Everybody within the workplace has responsibility for fire safety. The key to avoiding fire within your business is understanding factors and behaviours within your business and carrying out a thorough assessment to minimise risk.

This course will equip learners with the knowledge and skills to avoid the risk of fire in your business.

The Course: This course offers a comprehensive guide to best practice when it comes to fire safety. Ideal for managers, supervisors, team leaders, fire marshals and staff working in any area where there is a potential risk of fire.

The course is also ideal for employee inductions, as refresher training for existing staff or for those looking to go on to achieve a recognised level 2 fire safety qualification.



This course is aimed at anyone who requires a course in fire safety. The course is designed to meet and comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. It covers regulations, the fire triangle, evacuation, fire equipment, good housekeeping, the law, training requirements, calling the fire service, fire doors, smoke alarms, risk assessing and precautions. We also offer a Level 2 course that training for Fire Wardens and Fire Marshals.

This course is ideal to give all members of staff basic fire training to increase awareness and cooperation in the event of a fire in the workplace. Awareness will reduce the risk of fires actually breaking out and therefore save lives.



Currently, 1 in 14 adults over 65 have a diagnosis of Dementia.

This Dementia Awareness training course has been designed as an introduction to dementia so that staff can learn more about the subject and feel more confident about caring for someone with the condition.

The course covers all aspects of dementia, including the symptoms to look out for, information on how dementia is diagnosed and tips for adaptations you can make to the person's home and lifestyle in order to make everyday living easier.



If you work in health and social care you will communicate with a variety of people every day. In order to provide high-quality care you need to be able to communicate effectively, which includes communication both within and between services. You should also ensure service users are encouraged to communicate their needs and wishes within your care setting as this underpins person-centred care.

This course will provide you with the information and guidance you need to develop your existing skills and use a variety of communication methods, including verbal and non-verbal communication. It will also teach you about the different barriers to communication and how to overcome them, as well as how to respond to conflict appropriately and efficiently.



Knowing about the principles of care and putting them into practice are not the same. As you know, much of the training in this area merely regurgitates care standards or skills agency documents.

What makes our training resources special is that we 'put the subject to work' for you. In other words, we take what the legislation and inspectors seek, add best practice to it and teach its practical day to day application.

In this way, those trained understand why the topics are important, moreover, they are shown how to put them into practice in a way that is interesting, relevant and easy to understand - just what you want it to be!

Ideal for induction, refresher, management and vocational training, for example the Care Certificate.