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Warrington Training Hub
St Werburghs Development Centre, Boswell Avenue, Warrington, Cheshire, WA4 6DQ.
Are you looking for professional and affordable training in health and safety, adult social care, customer service, IT or leadership?

Warrington Borough Council has a strong track record for delivering exceptional training and workforce development to individuals and businesses.

With over 100 different courses, including 20 that are accredited through awarding bodies(#) we are sure we have what you are looking for. Should you need a course tailoring to your company requirements please ask, we would be happy to discuss it with you.

We are confident that our customer service, choice and value for money will exceed your expectations.

#Accreditations include, but are not limited to: Qualsafe, HABC, CIEH, City & Guilds, Pearson, NCFE and HSE.

Email: talentmanagement@warrington.gov.uk
Telephone: 01925 442600 or 01925 442601
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Training & Events

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18 Oct
Equality & Diversity
Objectives for the session include: • To review the importance and value of equality and diversity in the workplace • To examine the current legislation and how it applies to everyone • To interpret the difference between banter and discrimination • To discover the concept of personal prejudice and how this can impact our interactions • To be able to identify sources of addition information and support
18
18 Oct
First Aid at Work (3 Day) Level 3 QCF
Objectives for the session include: • To be able to describe the role of the first aider in assessing an incident and applying emergency first aid • To practice CPR and other practical first aid techniques in a safe, simulated environment • To examine the importance of FISHSHAPED when treating both trauma and medical conditions • To perform a series of practical simulations including secondary survey, logroll and MILS • Optional fourth day to include AED qualification and catastrophic bleeding
18
18 Oct
Moving & Handling (Refresher) (People)
• To be able to list all legislation that is applicable when moving and handling people including H&S and a person centred guidance • To be able to identify low, medium and high risk service users • To recognise controversial techniques • To demonstrate good spinal awareness within the principles of moving and handling • To practise the use of safe techniques and equipment • To practise with equipment that has been introduced for Single-handed Care