Highfield - Level 2 Risk Assessing
This Highfield awarding body Level 2 accredited programme in risk assessing is an excellent option for those who are new to risk assessing from an operational and health and safety perspective. It provides a framework in which people can operate and introduces an awareness of the processes that can be adopted. As it is an accredited programme attendees are required to pass a test at the end to qualify. (More advanced programmes are available for participants.)
Driving Assessor Programme
Being able to assess the quality and standard of driving of staff or third parties using company vehicles helps reduce organisations risks.
Emergency First Aid at Work - Level 3
A one day programme for those 'low risk' organisations or individuals needing or wanting first aid at work capabilities and skills.
Level - 3 - First Aid at Work (FAW) - Three day Programme
Level 3 - First Aid at Work accredited three-day programme.
Introduction to Situational Awareness
This half-day Situational Awareness Workshop increases awareness levels of delegates so they know of the threats that exist & can appear.
Introduction to Protection of Cultural Properties
This is a specialist programme, 'Certified' by the CPD (Continued Professional Development) Certification Service, is aimed at those working within the global Cultural and Heritage sectors. The content has been specifically designed to inform and educate the participants about the threats that can impact the sectors, how they manifest themselves, and steps that can be taken to reduce the risks posed by these threats. The programme shares information, skills, and knowledge gained over many years within the Cultural and Heritage sectors on how to identify, manage, and mitigate the security risks that exist within museums and other cultural venues. The programme content includes: • Understanding Hazards and Adversarial Threats • Attack Methodology – The Attack Cycle. • Situational Awareness. • Surveillance and Surveillance Detection. • Effective Operations This programme is ideal for those involved in operational activities within cultural and heritage venues including: front of house staff, invigilators, visitor service teams, curatorial teams, facilities teams, and even security personnel. At the end of the programme participants will have increased knowledge and awareness of the threats and be able to proactively participate in reducing the risks that the venue, visitors and staff may face. (Note: To assist and support our global audience this event is being hosted using Zoom. Further information is available via the ticket link.)