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Safeguarding Adults and Children Level 3 Instructor Course

15 June 2017 in Classroom Training, Instructor

Safeguarding Adults and ChildrenSafeguarding of Adults and Children is a course that is needed in many sectors from care to childminders and nurseries.  We will be holding a Safeguarding of Adults and Children instructor upgrade course at ITG/ProTrainings on Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th August for those who want instructor rating to deliver Level 2 & 3 Safeguarding Adults and Level 2 & 3 Safeguarding of Children (Child Protection). Read the rest of this entry →

New user friendly ProTrainings Paediatric Level 3 Exam for ProTrainings Qualification

7 October 2014 in Classroom Training, First Aid, Instructor, QCF

Zemanta Related Posts ThumbnailWe have re-designed the exam for students on the ProTrainings 2 day or Blended level 3 course rather than using the adapted regulated exam.  This is exam is much more user friendly and the questions and answers are clear to both the learner and instructor.  You can use the exam now and it is available from the documents section or the simple way is to download the required documents from the class page.  This way you get the right forms and in some cases the learner registration form is part completed for you.

Remember this is for ProTrainings Qualifications only and NOT for the regulated version where you still have to use the regulated exam on the dashboard that is supplied by the awarding body.

Local authority approval no longer needed for paediatric first aid training and Paediatric is now Level 3

11 September 2014 in Classroom Training, First Aid, Instructor

Child eye face cut small graphicAs a result of a government review, the requirement for trainers offering paediatric first aid to be approved by local councils or be on a council list, is no longer exists.  ProTrainings were approved by many councils across the UK and we appreciate how much of a barrier was placed on trainers.

Paediatic First Aid has been increased from a level 2 to a level 3 qualification so this applies to both ProTrainings and Regulated Qualifications from the 1st September 2014. Read the rest of this entry →

FAW Requalification Course in Colchester for Instructors

17 January 2014 in Instructor

Zemanta Related Posts ThumbnailIf you need to re-qualify your FAW, we are running a course in Colchester on Monday 3rd and Tuesday 4th March 2014. This course is for instructors only and will renew your FAW as HABC level 3 Award in First Aid at Work (QCF) and update your annual skill review. The cost is £195 plus VAT and you can book by calling Paula on 01206 805380 or emailing the office. You do not have to do your requalification with us, you can complete it locally but make sure that you are getting a level 3 QCF or Red Cross/St Johns FAW, as you cannot deliver First Aid courses without certificates at this level. If you have an old HSE certificate, this will still be valid till it expires.

If you do not renew your FAW you cannot teach once it expires so do not leave it too late.

Health & Safety QCF Level 3 course dates set to deliver our QCF level 1 and 2 courses

15 March 2013 in Fire Safety, Health & Safety, Instructor, QCF

      We have set some dates for the QCF Level 3 Health & Safety course in Colchester.  Instructors who hold a PTLLS Train the Trainer or higher level qualification will be able to teach the courses listed below at QCF Level upon successful completion of this course.

Level 1 Award in Health and Safety

Level 2 Award in Health and Safety

Level 1 Award in Fire Safety Awareness

Level 2 Award in Fire Risk Assessment

Level 2 Award in Fire Safety Principles

Level 2 Award in Risk Assessment

Level 2 Award in COSHH Risk Assessment

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HSE postpone implementing changes relating to First Aid at Work – New date 1st October

20 February 2013 in First Aid, Instructor, QCF

We have received notice from the HSE today to say that they have requested further time to consider the proposals and subject to parliamentary approval the proposed changes will come into force in October 2013.

Therefore training providers can continue to offer HSE Approved EFAW, FAW and FAW requalification courses or if they prefer and have been approved they can offer the QCF equivalent qualifications for these courses.

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