Community Matters have been negotiating for access to some computer based e-learning to support organisations as they return to work. This training should take 30 to 40 minutes to complete and is designed for staff and volunteers to do before the organisation re-opens.
The course covers:
- Risk assessment – hand-washing, surfaces, seating arrangements
- Getting to work – travelling there and moving round the premises
- Common areas
- Working and meeting with customers, colleagues and visitors
- Cleaning – before, during and at the end of the working day
- Face and body coverings
- Accidents and incidents
- Raising concerns
At the end of the e-learning the participant receives a certificate. The organisation can also receive a certificate to help give confidence to your users. The course will be regularly updated as guidance and legislation changes.
Currently there is a charge of £5 per person for the e-learning, although there is a possibility that Community Matters may be able to reduce the cost depending on the numbers of people wanting to undertake it.
If you would be interested in this e-learning opportunity, email: [email protected] giving your organisation name and contact number, and an indication of how many people in your organisation may want to undertake the course.
Community Matters will then contact you in the next 2 weeks with more information once we have final details.
Courtesy of MACC ebulletin 18 Jun 2020 – 14:16 by michelle.foster