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Hospitality CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Virtual College

    Lead Adult Care Worker - Duty of Care in Health and Social Care Settings

    Virtual College

    This module will present the information you need in order to learn more about your duty of care as a professional care and support worker or practitioner. Read more
  • Virtual College

    Lead Adult Care Worker - The Role of the Health and Social Care Worker

    Virtual College

    This module will present the information you need in order to learn more about your responsibilities as a professional care and support worker or practitioner.

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  • Virtual College

    Lead Adult Care Worker - Handling Information in Health and Social Care Settings

    Virtual College

    This module covers the knowledge and skills needed to implement and promote good practice in recording; sharing; storing and accessing information. Read more
  • Virtual College

    Lead Adult Care Worker - Communication in Health and Social Care Settings

    Virtual College

    This module aims to provide a basic understanding of what communication is; and how you can use it to support people who need help. Good communication skills are essential for health... Read more

  • Virtual College

    Lead Adult Care Worker - Person-centred Approaches in Adult Social Care Settings

    Virtual College

    This module will present the information you need in order to learn more about your responsibilities as a professional care and support worker or practitioner. Read more
  • Virtual College

    Safeguarding Adults v5

    Virtual College

    This training course is for anyone who encounters adults at risk of abuse in the community; in a person’s own home; in a hospital; in a day care or residential setting. This includes... Read more

  • High Speed Training

    Corporate Social Responsibility

    High Speed Training

    An online course designed to help businesses understand how they can be more environmentally; socially and economically responsible and work in ways that are resourceful; ethical and... Read more

  • Train4academy

    Allergen Awareness for Manufacturing

    Train4academy

    The aim of this course is to provide anyone who works in the food manufacturing industry; with a good level of knowledge and understanding of what allergens are; how they can become a... Read more

  • Train4academy

    Electrical Safety Awareness

    Train4academy

    The aim of this course is to give the learner a basic level of knowledge relating to what electricity is and the kinds of control measures that should be adhered to; to minimise the... Read more

  • Train4academy

    Ladder and Stepladder Awareness

    Train4academy

    This course aims to give the learner a basic level of knowledge of how to use a leaning ladder or stepladder safely in the workplace.

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  • NoodleNow!

    Advanced Safeguarding and the Designated Safeguarding Lead

    NoodleNow!

    A detailed course providing all the information required by the person in this role.

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  • High Speed Training

    Anger Management

    High Speed Training

    An online course designed to help managers and supervisors develop their understanding of why anger may occur in the workplace; how to support people with an anger management problem... Read more

More information about Hospitality

The hospitality sector is a substantial contributor to the UK economy. For example, there are approximately 10,000 hotel businesses in the UK contributing to around £18 billion. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has calculated that hotels and restaurants, together with distribution, make up 18% of the entire UK services industry.

The British Hospitality Association (BHA) is the private sector forum for the 6th largest contributor to export earnings and 4th largest employer in the UK. Approximately 3 million people, or 10% of the workforce and over 180,000 businesses work within the overall UK hospitality industry. BHA, together with Oxford Economics, examined hospitality industry contribution to each of the 406 local authorities in England which they found is responsible annually for providing £46bn in wages and profits to local economies.

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