Our current courses are listed below  

 

 Emergency First Aid at Work - 1 day accredited

 A one day course giving learners the skills and confidence to respond to a range of   accidents and first aid emergencies they may come across in the workplace.

 Successful  learners will receive a national Award in Emergency First Aid at Work   which satisfies the requirements of the regulatory body for First Aid – the Health and Safety   Executive (HSE). 

 Course aimed at:

 Anyone working with people who are prone to accidents or illness will feel more confident if   they have some first aid training. Every work place should have someone trained in first aid   on the premises. Organisations holding events should have a trained first aid person   present. 

 Course Outcomes:

  • What is First Aid
  • Legislation
  • Responsibilities
  • Action in an emergency
  • Primary survey
  • Secondary assessment
  • The respiratory system
  • Resuscitation and AED
  • Disorders of respiration
  • Disorders of circulation
  • Wounds and bleeding
  • Seizures
  • Minor burns and scolds
  • Foreign objects

  Date:      5th December 2017

                 6th February 2018

 For bespoke First Aid training please call the training department on 01329 223 155

 Times:  9:30 - 16:30

 Venue: Community Action Fareham

 Fee is per person: £50 members

                              £55 voluntary/community sector

                              £70 private/statutory sector

 Download a copy of the 5th December course information leaflet -  spaces available

 Download a copy of the 6th February 2018 course information leaflet - spaces available

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  Assessing the Risks

 This course will give learners a greater understanding and underpinning of what a risk   assessment is. Be aware of the legal duties and responsibilities on employers and   employees. Gain the skills to be able to to assess and complete their own risk assessment.

 Course aimed at:

 Anyone responsible for managing a building, whether it be an office, community space,   charity shop etc. Persons responsible for managing an activity such as fundraising events,   day trips or running a service, group or club. This is also essential for trustees and   committee members who need to understand the risk assessment requirements for their   whole organisation.

 Course outcomes:

  • Understand the Health & Safety law behind risk assessment
  • Know the difference between a hazard and a risk
  • Be able to follow the 5 steps of risk assessment
  • Know when, why and how to carry out risk assessments
  • Know where to go for information about more specialist risks

 Date:    31st October 2017

 Times:  9:30 - 13:30

 Venue: Community Action Fareham

 Fee is per person: £35 members

                              £40 voluntary/community sector

                              £55 private/statutory sector

 Download a copy of the course information leaflet 

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 Organising an Event

 This course is designed to give planners, organisers the guidance and confidence to   plan and run an event. This is a step by step guide from planning stage right through to   completion and assessing the outcome.

 Course aimed at:

 Anyone going to or thinking of planning and running an event.

 Course outcomes:

  • Be able to develop goals and objectives of the event
  • Organise a team
  • Create a plan 
  • Understand about bookings, permissions and licences
  • Understand the Health & Safety procedures, risk assessments and insurance you will need
  • Develop a publicity plan to publicise your event
  • Develop a budget for your event
  • Evaluate the success of your event

 Date:    16th November 2017

 Times:  9:30 - 13:30

 Venue: Community Action Fareham

 Fee is per person: £35 members

                              £40 voluntary/community sector

                              £55 private/statutory sector

 Download a copy of the course information leaflet 

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 Dementia Awareness

 This course will give learners a greater understanding of what Dementia is, its many forms   and the effects to the brain. Be aware of the impact Dementia can have on an individual   and their family. Give you the tools and confidence to communicate effectively with a   person who is living with Dementia.

 Course aimed at:

 Anyone working or volunteering in an organisation where they may have contact with a   person or people living with Dementia

 Course outcomes:

  • Understand what Dementia is
  • Better awareness of the different areas of the brain
  • having greater understanding of the various Dementia's and the effect they can have on the brain
  • Be aware of the impact Dementia can have on a person and their family
  • Learn about living with Dementia and the centred person approach
  • Be more aware of the common difficulties people may face
  • Know how to communicate effectively with a person living with Dementia

 Date:    28th November 2017

 Times:  9:30 - 13:30

 Venue: Community Action Fareham

 Fee is per person: £35 members

                              £40 voluntary/community sector

                              £55 private/statutory sector

 Download a copy of the course information leaflet 

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 Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults

 This is to provide an introduction to Safeguarding Children  and vulnerable  adults at levels   1 and 2 suitable for workers in organisations.

 Course aimed at:

 People working with children & young people and vulnerable adults or their managers or   committee members.  The course is an awareness of Safeguarding . It would be suitable for   many staff in organisations., for example minibus drivers, reception staff, part time youth   workers, befriender-s, visitors etc. would find this suitable.  Staff who carry a youth or social   care case load are likely to need additional training

  Course outcomes:

Safeguarding children
• Give 2 key statistics about Child Protection
• State 3 things they can do in their group towards protection of children
• Name 2 types of child abuse
• Say who they should contact if they suspect a child is in danger
• Be able to respond to a child who gives sensitive information
• Be able to state the principles of worker / child interaction

Safeguarding adults
• Say who is most vulnerable
• Give statistics about the types of abuse
• Know what to look out as indicators of abuse
• Be able to say about having capacity
• Be able to respond to a concern
• Be able to record and report a concern

 Date:    23rd November 2017

 Times:  9:30 - 13:00

 Venue: Community Action Fareham

 Fee is per person: £35 members

                              £40 voluntary/community sector

                              £55 private/statutory sector

 Download a copy of the course information leaflet 

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 Passenger Assistant Training – (PATS)

 PATS  was developed by Hampshire County Council and designed for people who's role is to   assist passengers on their journey. This role may have many different names; escorts,   passenger carers, care assistants, chaperones, support worker and other similar job titles.

 The aim of this course is to improve passenger safety, by giving passenger assistants the   skills and information required to understand the needs of their passengers.

 This is a 1 day course which is designed for staff and or volunteers who care for passengers   travelling either by car, taxi, minicab and minibus.

 This course is bespoke and therefore can be adapted for vulnerable children or adults.

 This is a 1 day course, split into 2 sessions.

 Session 1: is classroom based covering health & safety, emergency procedures and the   legal duties of a passenger assistant.

 Session 2: is practical based demonstrating the safe use of a vehicle lift or ramp, safely   escorting and securing wheelchair users to and from the vehicle.  

 For more information or to discuss your course requirements please call 01329 223 155

 or email training@actionfareham.org.uk

 

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