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Training Courses for 2019:

Manual Handling Instructor Training QQI Level 6 Certificate.

Manual Handling Instructor Certification

Manual Handling Instructor Training Course – QQI Level 6

Our comprehensive QQI Level 6 Manual Handling Instructor Training Course covers all aspects of instructing in Manual Handling, equipping the participants with the knowledge, skills and confidence to train others within the workplace. This intensive and highly interactive course will train participants in instructional skill techniques as well as the theoretical and practical aspects of manual handling.

This course is designed for Health & Safety practitioners and trainers who intend to deliver Manual Handling Training or desire to deliver and certify in-house Programs.

All who are successful in the completion of the 5-day course will receive a Manual Handling Instructor Training QQI Level 6 Certificate.

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Course Dates: 7th Nov, 14th Nov,21th Nov, 28th Nov, 5th Dec ;

Course Duration: Every Thursday over 5 weeks for the month of November

Course Contents

  • Manual handling legislation

  • Anatomy and physiology of the spine

  • Preventing back injury

  • Ergonomics

  • Manual handling risk assessment

  • Dealing with unfamiliar loads

  • Instruction and training techniques

  • Presentation skills

  • Conducting assessments and providing feedback

Book Now to ensure your place at our local training centre. 

Manual Handling Instructor Training QQI Level 6 Certificate.

FULLY BOOKED Manual Handling Instructor Certification

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Manual Handling Instructor Training Course – QQI Level 6

Our comprehensive QQI Level 6 Manual Handling Instructor Training Course covers all aspects of instructing in Manual Handling, equipping the participants with the knowledge, skills and confidence to train others within the workplace. This intensive and highly interactive course will train participants in instructional skill techniques as well as the theoretical and practical aspects of manual handling.

This course is designed for Health & Safety practitioners and trainers who intend to deliver Manual Handling Training or desire to deliver and certify in-house Programs.

All who are successful in the completion of the 5-day course will receive a Manual Handling Instructor Training QQI Level 6 Certificate.

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Course Dates: 2nd Oct, 9th Oct,16th Oct, 23rd Oct, 30th Oct ;

Course Duration: Every Wednesday for the month of October

Course Contents

  • Manual handling legislation

  • Anatomy and physiology of the spine

  • Preventing back injury

  • Ergonomics

  • Manual handling risk assessment

  • Dealing with unfamiliar loads

  • Instruction and training techniques

  • Presentation skills

  • Conducting assessments and providing feedback

Book Now to ensure your place at our local training centre. 

Do you know the correct way to lift?

Have you completed your Manual Handling?

Who should attend?

 

All staff engaged in manual handling activities during their working day.

Regulation 68 of the 2007 regulations define ‘manual handling of loads’ as:

‘any transporting or supporting of a load by one or more employees and includes lifting, putting down, pushing, pulling, carrying, or moving a load, which, by reason of its characteristics or of unfavourable ergonomic conditions, involves risk, particularly of back injury, to employees.’

Avoid where possible

Regulation 69(a) of the 2007 Regulations states that, in order to avoid the need for manual handling of loads by employees, every employer must:

  • Take appropriate organisational measures, or

  • Use the appropriate means, in particular, mechanical equipment

Course Details

To comply with current Health and Safety legislation, staff must be given training in safe manual handling techniques. This training will show your staff how to carry out manual handling tasks correctly and therefore avoid back injuries. By training your staff how to conduct manual handling safely you are complying with your legal requirements. Back injuries caused by incorrect manual handling techniques are one of the most frequent causes of workers compensation claims. This is not an instructors’ course. 

 

Course Objectives

On completion of this course participants will be able to:

  • Lift and handle loads safely

  • Recognise a load which is too heavy or awkward

 

Course Programme

  • Dangers of careless and unskilled methods

  • Principles of levers and laws of motion

  • Anatomy of the spine and muscular system

  • How the body is harmed through incorrect handling techniques

  • How to handle loads safely

  • Lifting to and from ground level

  • Lifting to and from a height

  • Pushing

  • Pulling

  • Lifting (bags, sacks, barrels, where appropriate)

  • Other organisation specific lifting tasks

  • Competence testing

THIS COURSE WILL BE RUN AT OUR TRAINING CENTRE 

A course which is designed to give a person the  skills to be a effective Fire Warden for the company.

Content:

Legislation

Causes

Fire Inspections

Fire drills

Use of Fire Extinguishers

What is HACCP?

The word HACCP (Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Point) confuses many people but, simply put, it refers to procedures you must put in place to ensure the food you produce is safe. These procedures make up your food safety management system based on the principles of HACCP.

Who should take this course?

Anyone working in a Food environment should be HACCP trained from retail to industry.

Courses can be run in classroom setting or on-site.

For more information contact Karen or Colm

Do you know the correct way to lift?

Have you completed your Manual Handling?

Who should attend?

 

All staff engaged in manual handling activities during their working day.

Regulation 68 of the 2007 regulations define ‘manual handling of loads’ as:

‘any transporting or supporting of a load by one or more employees and includes lifting, putting down, pushing, pulling, carrying, or moving a load, which, by reason of its characteristics or of unfavourable ergonomic conditions, involves risk, particularly of back injury, to employees.’

Avoid where possible

Regulation 69(a) of the 2007 Regulations states that, in order to avoid the need for manual handling of loads by employees, every employer must:

  • Take appropriate organisational measures, or

  • Use the appropriate means, in particular, mechanical equipment

Course Details

To comply with current Health and Safety legislation, staff must be given training in safe manual handling techniques. This training will show your staff how to carry out manual handling tasks correctly and therefore avoid back injuries. By training your staff how to conduct manual handling safely you are complying with your legal requirements. Back injuries caused by incorrect manual handling techniques are one of the most frequent causes of workers compensation claims. This is not an instructors’ course. 

 

Course Objectives

On completion of this course participants will be able to:

  • Lift and handle loads safely

  • Recognise a load which is too heavy or awkward

 

Course Programme

  • Dangers of careless and unskilled methods

  • Principles of levers and laws of motion

  • Anatomy of the spine and muscular system

  • How the body is harmed through incorrect handling techniques

  • How to handle loads safely

  • Lifting to and from ground level

  • Lifting to and from a height

  • Pushing

  • Pulling

  • Lifting (bags, sacks, barrels, where appropriate)

  • Other organisation specific lifting tasks

  • Competence testing

THIS COURSE WILL BE RUN AT OUR TRAINING CENTRE 

A course which is designed to give a person the  skills to be a effective Fire Warden for the company.

Content:

Legislation

Causes

Fire Inspections

Fire drills

Use of Fire Extinguishers

What is HACCP?

The word HACCP (Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Point) confuses many people but, simply put, it refers to procedures you must put in place to ensure the food you produce is safe. These procedures make up your food safety management system based on the principles of HACCP.

Who should take this course?

Anyone working in a Food environment should be HACCP trained from retail to industry.

Courses can be run in classroom setting or on-site.

For more information contact Karen or Colm

Oct 07, 2019

2 Day's the 8th and 9th of October 2019

8th - 9th OCT 2 DAY FIRST AID REFRESHER COURSE PHECC ACCREDITED

Upon completion of a recognised First Aid Response course the student will be able to:

  1. Recognise and Assess the causes and effects of sudden illness and/or injury in a pre-hospital environment and call for emergency medical services.

  2. React to such pre-hospital emergencies (plus those generated by “Special Circumstances”, to be defined for each SC award), utilising PHECC CPGs.

  3. Respond in a safe, effective, and appropriate manner to such emergencies utilising the First Aid Response skill set and in accordance with PHECC CPGs as part of the pre-hospital continuum of care.

  4. Record and Report actions and interventions took while responding to and managing such incidents and during handover to emergency medical services.

  5. Retain a professional and caring attitude in their performance as First Aid Responders.

Do you know the correct way to lift?

Have you completed your Manual Handling?

Who should attend?

 

All staff engaged in manual handling activities during their working day.

Regulation 68 of the 2007 regulations define ‘manual handling of loads’ as:

‘any transporting or supporting of a load by one or more employees and includes lifting, putting down, pushing, pulling, carrying, or moving a load, which, by reason of its characteristics or of unfavourable ergonomic conditions, involves risk, particularly of back injury, to employees.’

Avoid where possible

Regulation 69(a) of the 2007 Regulations states that, in order to avoid the need for manual handling of loads by employees, every employer must:

  • Take appropriate organisational measures, or

  • Use the appropriate means, in particular, mechanical equipment

Course Details

To comply with current Health and Safety legislation, staff must be given training in safe manual handling techniques. This training will show your staff how to carry out manual handling tasks correctly and therefore avoid back injuries. By training your staff how to conduct manual handling safely you are complying with your legal requirements. Back injuries caused by incorrect manual handling techniques are one of the most frequent causes of workers compensation claims. This is not an instructors’ course. 

 

Course Objectives

On completion of this course participants will be able to:

  • Lift and handle loads safely

  • Recognise a load which is too heavy or awkward

 

Course Programme

  • Dangers of careless and unskilled methods

  • Principles of levers and laws of motion

  • Anatomy of the spine and muscular system

  • How the body is harmed through incorrect handling techniques

  • How to handle loads safely

  • Lifting to and from ground level

  • Lifting to and from a height

  • Pushing

  • Pulling

  • Lifting (bags, sacks, barrels, where appropriate)

  • Other organisation specific lifting tasks

  • Competence testing

THIS COURSE WILL BE RUN AT OUR TRAINING CENTRE 

Oct 11, 2019

3 day course to get your ticket

12th OCT FORWARD DUMPER TRUCK LANTRA CERTIFICATION

Become proficient in operating this machinery is an essential and values operator's skill for any contract, large or small.

Forward Tipping Dumpers are considered to have one fo the highest rates of accidents, causing serious injuries and even fatalities. This course will equip you with the knowledge and confidence to operate the machine safely, protecting both you and those around you.

This course offers two certificate options: operating either a tracked or wheeled machine depending on your needs. 

A course which is designed to give a person the  skills to be a effective Fire Warden for the company.

Content:

Legislation

Causes

Fire Inspections

Fire drills

Use of Fire Extinguishers

Oct 10, 2019

1 DAY Mobile Elevated Working Platform : Scissor Lift training

11th Oct RTITB MEWP - WORKING AT HEIGHTS

RTITB  2019 Updated Mobile Elevating Work Platform (WEMP training course to ensure operators have the skills and knowledge to work safely and efficiently at height.

 

 

Course:

  • Introduction

  • Legislation

  • Summary of Regulations

  • Types of Mobile Platforms

  • Working at Heights Hazards

    • Operation Mode (S.W.L)

    • Ground Conditions

    • Winds Speeds and their effects (Beaufort Scale)

  • P.P.E. (Personal Protective Equipment) 

    • Harness training and inspection

  • Safe use of MEWP

    • Maintenance and Inspection 

  • Practical driving skills

    • Travelling Mode

    • Prohibited Uses

  • Duties of Operators

  • Safety Awareness

 

Pricing - we offer a per person rate for a single booking and a block booking rate for group bookings.

What is HACCP?

The word HACCP (Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Point) confuses many people but, simply put, it refers to procedures you must put in place to ensure the food you produce is safe. These procedures make up your food safety management system based on the principles of HACCP.

Who should take this course?

Anyone working in a Food environment should be HACCP trained from retail to industry.

Courses can be run in classroom setting or on-site.

For more information contact Karen or Colm

Oct 13, 2019

1 Day Course

( Click on title for more info on the course ) 

Do you know the correct way to lift?

Have you completed your Manual Handling?

Who should attend?

 

All staff engaged in manual handling activities during their working day.

Regulation 68 of the 2007 regulations define ‘manual handling of loads’ as:

‘any transporting or supporting of a load by one or more employees and includes lifting, putting down, pushing, pulling, carrying, or moving a load, which, by reason of its characteristics or of unfavourable ergonomic conditions, involves risk, particularly of back injury, to employees.’

Avoid where possible

Regulation 69(a) of the 2007 Regulations states that, in order to avoid the need for manual handling of loads by employees, every employer must:

  • Take appropriate organisational measures, or

  • Use the appropriate means, in particular, mechanical equipment

Course Details

To comply with current Health and Safety legislation, staff must be given training in safe manual handling techniques. This training will show your staff how to carry out manual handling tasks correctly and therefore avoid back injuries. By training your staff how to conduct manual handling safely you are complying with your legal requirements. Back injuries caused by incorrect manual handling techniques are one of the most frequent causes of workers compensation claims. This is not an instructors’ course. 

 

Course Objectives

On completion of this course participants will be able to:

  • Lift and handle loads safely

  • Recognise a load which is too heavy or awkward

 

Course Programme

  • Dangers of careless and unskilled methods

  • Principles of levers and laws of motion

  • Anatomy of the spine and muscular system

  • How the body is harmed through incorrect handling techniques

  • How to handle loads safely

  • Lifting to and from ground level

  • Lifting to and from a height

  • Pushing

  • Pulling

  • Lifting (bags, sacks, barrels, where appropriate)

  • Other organisation specific lifting tasks

  • Competence testing

THIS COURSE WILL BE RUN AT OUR TRAINING CENTRE 

A course which is designed to give a person the  skills to be a effective Fire Warden for the company.

Content:

Legislation

Causes

Fire Inspections

Fire drills

Use of Fire Extinguishers

What is HACCP?

The word HACCP (Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Point) confuses many people but, simply put, it refers to procedures you must put in place to ensure the food you produce is safe. These procedures make up your food safety management system based on the principles of HACCP.

Who should take this course?

Anyone working in a Food environment should be HACCP trained from retail to industry.

Courses can be run in classroom setting or on-site.

For more information contact Karen or Colm

Oct 18, 2019

3 day course to get your ticket

19th OCT FORWARD DUMPER TRUCK LANTRA CERTIFICATION

Become proficient in operating this machinery is an essential and values operator's skill for any contract, large or small.

Forward Tipping Dumpers are considered to have one fo the highest rates of accidents, causing serious injuries and even fatalities. This course will equip you with the knowledge and confidence to operate the machine safely, protecting both you and those around you.

This course offers two certificate options: operating either a tracked or wheeled machine depending on your needs. 

Oct 22, 2019

3 Day Course 23rd, 24th and 25th of October

23rd - 25th OCT 3 Day FIRST AID NOVICE COURSE PHECC ACCREDITED

Upon completion of a recognised First Aid Response course the student will be able to:

  1. Recognise and Assess the causes and effects of sudden illness and/or injury in a pre-hospital environment and call for emergency medical services.

  2. React to such pre-hospital emergencies (plus those generated by “Special Circumstances”, to be defined for each SC award), utilising PHECC CPGs.

  3. Respond in a safe, effective, and appropriate manner to such emergencies utilising the First Aid Response skill set and in accordance with PHECC CPGs as part of the pre-hospital continuum of care.

  4. Record and Report actions and interventions taken while responding to and managing such incidents and during handover to emergency medical services.

  5. Retain a professional and caring attitude in their performance as First Aid Responders.

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Do you know the correct way to lift?

Have you completed your Manual Handling?

Who should attend?

 

All staff engaged in manual handling activities during their working day.

Regulation 68 of the 2007 regulations define ‘manual handling of loads’ as:

‘any transporting or supporting of a load by one or more employees and includes lifting, putting down, pushing, pulling, carrying, or moving a load, which, by reason of its characteristics or of unfavourable ergonomic conditions, involves risk, particularly of back injury, to employees.’

Avoid where possible

Regulation 69(a) of the 2007 Regulations states that, in order to avoid the need for manual handling of loads by employees, every employer must:

  • Take appropriate organisational measures, or

  • Use the appropriate means, in particular, mechanical equipment

Course Details

To comply with current Health and Safety legislation, staff must be given training in safe manual handling techniques. This training will show your staff how to carry out manual handling tasks correctly and therefore avoid back injuries. By training your staff how to conduct manual handling safely you are complying with your legal requirements. Back injuries caused by incorrect manual handling techniques are one of the most frequent causes of workers compensation claims. This is not an instructors’ course. 

 

Course Objectives

On completion of this course participants will be able to:

  • Lift and handle loads safely

  • Recognise a load which is too heavy or awkward

 

Course Programme

  • Dangers of careless and unskilled methods

  • Principles of levers and laws of motion

  • Anatomy of the spine and muscular system

  • How the body is harmed through incorrect handling techniques

  • How to handle loads safely

  • Lifting to and from ground level

  • Lifting to and from a height

  • Pushing

  • Pulling

  • Lifting (bags, sacks, barrels, where appropriate)

  • Other organisation specific lifting tasks

  • Competence testing

THIS COURSE WILL BE RUN AT OUR TRAINING CENTRE 

A course which is designed to give a person the  skills to be a effective Fire Warden for the company.

Content:

Legislation

Causes

Fire Inspections

Fire drills

Use of Fire Extinguishers

What is HACCP?

The word HACCP (Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Point) confuses many people but, simply put, it refers to procedures you must put in place to ensure the food you produce is safe. These procedures make up your food safety management system based on the principles of HACCP.

Who should take this course?

Anyone working in a Food environment should be HACCP trained from retail to industry.

Courses can be run in classroom setting or on-site.

For more information contact Karen or Colm

Oct 25, 2019

3 day course to get your ticket

26th OCT FORWARD DUMPER TRUCK LANTRA CERTIFICATION

Become proficient in operating this machinery is an essential and values operator's skill for any contract, large or small.

Forward Tipping Dumpers are considered to have one fo the highest rates of accidents, causing serious injuries and even fatalities. This course will equip you with the knowledge and confidence to operate the machine safely, protecting both you and those around you.

This course offers two certificate options: operating either a tracked or wheeled machine depending on your needs. 

Oct 28, 2019

1 DAY Mobile Elevated Working Platform & Abrasive Wheel

28th OCT ABRASIVE WHEELS & MEWP - WORKING AT HEIGHTS

Mobile Elevating Work Platform (MEWP training course to ensure operators have the skills and knowledge to work safely and efficiently at height.

Course:

  • Introduction

  • Legislation

  • Summary of Regulations

  • Types of Mobile Platforms

  • Working at Heights Hazards

    • Operation Mode (S.W.L)

    • Ground Conditions

    • Winds Speeds and their effects (Beaufort Scale)

  • P.P.E. (Personal Protective Equipment) 

    • Harness training and inspection

  • Safe use of MEWP

    • Maintenance and Inspection 

  • Practical driving skills

    • Travelling Mode

    • Prohibited Uses

  • Duties of Operators

  • Safety Awareness

 

Pricing - we offer a per person rate for a single booking and a block booking rate for group bookings.

Oct 31, 2019

1 DAY Mobile Elevated Working Platform : Scissor Lift training

31st Oct RTITB MEWP - WORKING AT HEIGHTS

RTITB  2019 Updated Mobile Elevating Work Platform (WEMP training course to ensure operators have the skills and knowledge to work safely and efficiently at height.

 

 

Course:

  • Introduction

  • Legislation

  • Summary of Regulations

  • Types of Mobile Platforms

  • Working at Heights Hazards

    • Operation Mode (S.W.L)

    • Ground Conditions

    • Winds Speeds and their effects (Beaufort Scale)

  • P.P.E. (Personal Protective Equipment) 

    • Harness training and inspection

  • Safe use of MEWP

    • Maintenance and Inspection 

  • Practical driving skills

    • Travelling Mode

    • Prohibited Uses

  • Duties of Operators

  • Safety Awareness

 

Pricing - we offer a per person rate for a single booking and a block booking rate for group bookings.

Nov 06, 2019

3 Day Course 6th, 7th and 8th of Novemberr

6th - 8th Nov 3 Day FIRST AID NOVICE COURSE PHECC ACCREDITED

Upon completion of a recognised First Aid Response course the student will be able to:

  1. Recognise and Assess the causes and effects of sudden illness and/or injury in a pre-hospital environment and call for emergency medical services.

  2. React to such pre-hospital emergencies (plus those generated by “Special Circumstances”, to be defined for each SC award), utilising PHECC CPGs.

  3. Respond in a safe, effective, and appropriate manner to such emergencies utilising the First Aid Response skill set and in accordance with PHECC CPGs as part of the pre-hospital continuum of care.

  4. Record and Report actions and interventions taken while responding to and managing such incidents and during handover to emergency medical services.

  5. Retain a professional and caring attitude in their performance as First Aid Responders.

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