In House Training
In the "olden days" (ie pre-COVID!) in-house training meant only one thing - we would come to your venue, anywhere in the UK, and deliver the training for a group of your staff on an agreed date. We call this "face-to-face training".
Now of course it can also include delivering the training virtually, again for a group of your staff on an agreed date.
During the COVID-19 outbreak of 2020/21 we have delivered several hundred virtual training sessions (mostly via Zoom, but also occasionally via Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business). We are happy to continue doing virtual training for as long as necessary ... and equally as COVID allows (however slowly) we are also happy to deliver face-to-face training if and when possible. We will, as always, be guided by whatever suits our customers best, and whatever is safe for trainers and participants.
The content of virtual training is (as far as possible) the same as for in-house training. The main differences are:
- Maximum numbers of participants are 20 for a face-to-face training session or 15 for a virtual training session
- If it's a full day face-to-face training session we would normally do that over 2 x half days virtually
There are only a couple of topics that cannot be delivered properly virtually - things like First Aid, Moving & Handling etc that require a practical element.
The topics below are grouped into four different categories:
- Mental Capacity Act, Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards & Liberty Protection Safeguards
- Safeguarding Adults or Children
- Specific conditions (eg Autism, Personality Disorders, Cerebral Palsy)
- Other health & social care topics (eg Medications, End-of-Life Care, Equality & Diversity)
To see the full list of topics in each section please click on the relevant image link.