Induction Essentials

Course Overview

  • 4 Hours
  • 30.00

Course Summary

The induction programme is split into five core areas but is tailorable should you wish to cater this to your needs with a range of additional bolt-ons. This programme includes:

Section 1: Rights and responsibilities

Within this section, you will gain knowledge about the rights and responsibilities of both an employee and an employer. It also covers employment law and the Employment Rights Act.

Section 2: Health and safety

In this section, you will gain an understanding of employers’ and employees’ duties relating to health, safety, and welfare. It covers the requirements for training and competence and communicating health and safety information.

Section 3: Fire safety principles

This section covers how to identify different causes of fires in the workplace, understand the hazards during and after, and also understand the characteristics of fire and smoke spread.

Section 4: DSE risk assessment

In this section, you will develop your understanding of the reasons for conducting DSE risk assessments, problems that may occur when working with DSE, and the legal requirements that come under health and safety legislation.

Section 5: Manual handling

This section explores efficient and safe manual handling principles, including moving a load manually on your own, good handling techniques, and using manual handling aids and equipment. You will also consider ill health associated with incorrect manual handling, the employers’ and employees’ duties, and the possible consequences for non-compliance with health and safety requirements.

Our programme is different to other induction courses because it is great for individuals working in businesses of any size and can be tailored to suit any training needs through additional bolt-ons in other areas including:

Safeguarding
First aid
Leadership and management

Qualification Title:

CPD Induction Essentials (CPD Certified)

Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for this course. All candidates must be at least 16 years old and you will be asked to complete a short test at the start of your course that’s known as an initial assessment. This will help to decide which ESOL qualification is right for you.

Where can you take the exam?

Your final assessment is included in the cost and can be taken online. Upon successful completion, your certificate will be emailed you directly.