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    Manual Handling Awareness

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    This course gives guidance on assessing the risks of manual handling in the workplace and provides practical advice on the safe lifting; carrying; pushing or pulling of loads.

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    Working at Height

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    This Working at Height Training course ensures compliance with the Work at Height Regulations 2005 by providing learners with an understanding of the risks and controls measures... Read more

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    Control of substances hazardous to health

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    This COSSHH course gives employers and workers the information they need to comply with the COSHH Regulations 2002.

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    Level 2 Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP)

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    This course giver employers and employees who work with food an overview of HACCP including how to implement and maintain a HACCP plan effectively to comply with UK/EU regulations.

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    Level 3 Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP)

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    This course gives managers and supervisors who work with food an overview of HACCP including how to implement and manage a HACCP plan effectively to comply with UK/EU regulations.

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    Moving & Handling of People in Residential Care Homes

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    This course gives employers and workers the required skills in order to comply with Health & Safety at Work and Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment regulations.

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    Nutrition and Healthy Eating

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    This course aims to explain the relationship between nutrition; diet and health so that people can make decisions about what they should be eating for the best nutrition results.

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    Infection control and prevention training

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    This course aims to raise awareness of the importance of minimising the risk of infection in the workplace and gives guidance on completing a risk assessment and putting control... Read more

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    Level 3 Award Health & Safety in the Workplace

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    This RoSPA accredited course aims to provide managers and supervisors with a thorough understanding of the Health & Safety risks and their relevant control measures in the... Read more

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    Health and Safety Induction

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    This course matches the CIEH Level 2 syllabus and has been designed to help employees understand how to work safely and protect themselves and others from harm. The course provides an... Read more

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    RIDDOR Training

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    This online course has been designed to provide employers and people in charge of premises with a thorough introduction to the Reporting of Injuries; Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences... Read more

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    Environmental Awareness

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    This training course has been designed to help businesses become more environmentally friendly and understand the role that they play in reducing pollution; safely disposing of waste... Read more

More information about Sport

According to SportEngland.org the contribution of the sport industry to the economy reached £20.3 billion in 2010. This represents 1.9% of the total English economy, thus placing the sport sector up in the top 15 industry sectors above motor vehicles, telecoms services, legal services, accounting, publishing, advertising and utilities. Sport employment remains a crucial component of the UK economy, supporting over 450,000 jobs, around 2.3% of all UK employment.

The Sport and Recreation Alliance (SRA) is the umbrella organisation for the governing and representative bodies of sport and recreation in the UK and includes 320 members such as the Rugby Football Union, The FA, British Racing, UK Athletics and British Rowing. The SRA explains that in 2014 there were over 2 million adults in the UK who volunteered at least 1 hour per week to the sports sector. This would cost the UK an estimated £2.7 billion a year to employ fulltime workers to undertake the work completed. About 47% of the sports industry is employed part-time, compared to 27% of the whole UK workforce (SkillsActive, 2010).

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