Highfield Approved Training Programs
Level 4 is aimed at supervisors and managers with direct responsibility for Health and Safety management. It
focuses on the legal and moral obligations which supervisors and managers have to ensure health and safety
within a business. It also covers obligations to employees, contractors, visitors and suppliers.
This qualification is aimed at anyone needing to develop the underpinning knowledge of how to prevent and control the spread of infection in their workplace such as an office or a factory.
To complete this qualification learners should expect to undertake approximately 6 hours of learning.
The qualification provides learners with the basic knowledge and understanding of:
- the common infections found in the workplace
- the chain of infection
- the importance of correct hand washing procedures
- the use of personal protective equipment
- the decontamination processes (cleaning and disinfection)
- waste management and associated risks
- management and staff responsibilities, risk assessment and developing a positive infection prevention culture.
This qualification is assessed by a multiple-choice examination.
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This regulated qualification is designed for learners who have a responsibility to conduct risk assessments at
low risk premises. It covers the principles of risk assessment, the relationship between hazard and risk and
requires learners put into practice the knowledge learned on the course by undertaking a risk assessment,
therefore laying a foundation for further development as a risk assessor.
This regulated qualification is aimed at those who work in an environment where coming into contact with
such substances is likely. This includes workplaces in areas such as manufacturing, cleaning, healthcare,
transport, utilities and office environments.
It provides learners with the knowledge and skills to recognise the risks associated with hazardous substances
and how to control them.
A qualification achieved through a 1-day course that enables a first-aider to give emergency first aid to someone
who is injured or becomes ill at work. Suited to working environments that have a minimum amount of
hazards along with a low number of employees.
The Manual Handling Operations Regulations do not set any weight limits for lifting and carrying loads and
amendments in 2002 now require employees to have adequate or appropriate knowledge or training in order
to make assessments to judge whether safe moving is possible. The regulations apply to almost all work
environments from offices to care homes and factories.
This regulated qualification is aimed at anyone involved in the management of fire safety in any workplace.
This includes managers, supervisors, team leaders, fire wardens (marshals) and staff working in any area
where there is a potential risk of fire.
Those gaining this qualification will know that fire safety is the responsibility of everyone in the workplace and
will recognise the consequences of a fire in any premises.
HABC Level 1 Award in Fire Safety Awareness (QCF)
HABC Level 2 International Award in Emergency First Aid & Defibrillation
HABC Level 2 International Award in Pediatric First Aid
HABC Level 2 International Award in Pediatric First Aid and Managing Illness & Injury
HABC Level 1 Award in Principles of Health and Safety in the Workplace (QCF)
HABC Level 3 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace (QCF)
HABC Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace (QCF)
HABC Level 1 International Award in Safe Moving and Handling
HABC Level 2 Award in Risk Assessment (QCF)
Who is this qualification for?
This qualification is aimed at learners who wish to become first-aiders in the workplace. This qualification meets the requirements for training first-aiders in those organisations that have identified that staff need to be trained to this level within their first-aid needs assessment.
How long will it take?
To complete this qualification learners should expect to undertake 22 hours of learning, typically over three days, with a minimum contact time of 18 hours.
The qualification covers knowledge such as the roles and responsibilities of the first aider, how to assess an incident and recognising signs and symptoms of injury and illness. The qualification also covers first aid skills in CPR and use of an AED and assisting a casualty who is suffering from major injury and illness such as chest injuries, spinal injuries and anaphylaxis.
This qualification is assessed by a practical demonstration and written/oral questioning.