Whatever sector you’re in, there’s always more to learn, whether that is to meet industry guidelines, achieve accreditation or simply to develop complementary skills that can be used in your day-to-day working life.
Shine Learning and Training Centre CIC in Luton was founded five years ago by Marielle Jewels to offer an alternative education provision to children and young people, and has developed over the years to include a full range of courses aimed at businesses across a wide range of disciplines.
Delivered online and on a one-to-one basis, Shine Learning and Training’s courses cover many aspects of business knowledge including health and safety training, business skills training and health and social care courses. Courses can be purchased by subscription where the courses can be delivered to as many users as required, or as bundles, where you can buy multiple courses with a multi-buy saving. Those undertaking a course are awarded a certificate on completion at no extra cost.
“Businesses might imagine that one-to-one training would be expensive and time-consuming or organise, but our tutor-led interactive courses prove that’s not the case. The benefit of one-to-one courses is that the work proceeds at the pace required by each individual. They can go over the learning content as often as required so that each employee gets the optimum learning experience, and by taking things at their own pace, the knowledge will be retained and so properly applied to keep the business compliant.
“In addition, offering an efficient and flexible way of delivering training means a minimal loss of productivity.”
Health and Safety Training courses include:
- Workplace Health and Safety – which gives an understanding of health and safety legislation and the most common causes of accidents, as well as an understanding of good practice in relation to electricity, manual handling and COSHH and how to deal with a fire or accidents.
- Assessing Display Screen Equipment – a course aimed at companies who employ users of display screens to train those to assess work space set up. If equipment is not set up correctly, it can leave users at increased risk from certain disorders.
- Fire Marshal – a course that provides the knowledge to carry out the functions of a fire marshal. A Fire Marshal for Care Homes course is also available.
- Level 1 Health and Safety in a Construction Environment – aimed at those starting out in the construction industry and providing an introduction to all aspects of health and safety on or around construction sites.
- Level 1 and 2 Food Safety – combines a number of practices to reduce health hazards including premises hygiene, pest control and waste management. The courses can be tailored to catering, manufacturing and retail.
- Personal Protective Equipment – to show how wearing PPE plays a crucial role in preventing and reducing fatalities, injuries and diseases at work, and the role risk assessment plays in the selection and use of PPE.
Business Skills Training courses include:
- Customer Service – the course looks at what customer service means and why it is important, and how to improve the customer service provided by your organisation.
- Disciplinary Procedures – covering the aims of the disciplinary procedure; penalties, including investigations, allegations and suspensions, and the procedures for carrying out hearings and appeals.
- Equality, Diversity and Discrimination – covering equality and diversity and how they relate to one another and helping people identify and address the issues of unfairness and discrimination in the workplace.
- Negotiation – covering the basics of what constitutes a negotiation, skills you can apply to negotiations and practical advice that helps towards becoming a better negotiator.
Health and Social Care training courses for Care Homes and the Elderly include:
- Dementia Awareness – to provide an overview of the common types and symptoms of dementia and how it can affect the brain in different ways. It also covers strategies to use with clients with dementia and dealing with challenging behaviour.
- Dignity and Privacy – the course will define dignity and privacy and look at how to set up the right working relationship with service users, as well as discussing some of the issues that arise when dignity and privacy are not respected.
- End of Life Care – which will provide information on what to expect, how to handle some of the emotions associated with this time and working with other professionals involved in end of life care.
- Infection Control – which will define infection control and explain the legislation that applies to infection control, different types of micro-organisms, how bacteria is transmitted and chains of infection.
Health and Social Care training courses for Young People and Childcare include:
- Safeguarding Children – the course describes the work and processes undertaken to minimise and manage the risks involving vulnerable children, including types and signs of abuse and key safeguarding legislation.
- Autism Awareness – which will provide an understanding of what autism is and how it affects a child, intervention methods that might help manage the condition and simple adaptations to improve a child with autism’s daily life.
- Mental Health Awareness – which explains the difference between mental health and mental illness, covering the symptoms of some of the most common mental illnesses and what to look out for if you are dealing with someone with one of these conditions.
This is just a selection of a vast range of courses available from Shine Learning and Training and the team are available to discuss requirement in more detail and advise on the appropriate courses to meet the needs of the individual.
For more information and details of 50% off special offers for January, call 01582 727999, email email@example.com or visit the website where there is a full list of courses, at Shine Learning and Training Centre CIC