Ouch have always followed the guidance and best practices made available by our industry, and other bodies such as the Health & Safety Executive (HSE).
The updated guidance from the HSE, confirms that face to face training can continue, but only if the control measures required to ensure a Covid safe environment are capable of being maintained throughout the session.
Ouch Training have made significant changes to the way traditional face to face training is now delivered, all of which are aimed at reducing the risk of the spread of the Covid-19 virus to as low possible. We have invested significant amounts of time, money and effort in ensuring both our trainers and delegates can remain safe throughout the sessions.
We do, of course, want to ensure that all our customers, their clients, and staff remain as safe as possible. With this in mind, Ouch have other options that would help to manage the risk from a lack of suitably qualified First Aiders in the workplace. One option would be to “blend” any planned First Aid Training. This allows each learner to complete comprehensive eLearning modules, giving them the knowledge needed to deal with a First Aid emergency. This eLearning can be completed in the workplace, or at the learner’s home. The practical elements of the course are then covered during a face-to-face session with an Ouch trainer. Together, successful completion of both elements results in a learner receiving a HSE and industry recognised First Aid certificate.
Alternative delivery options for various courses include Live Online sessions with a qualified trainer.
If you have any questions about how we can help you to find the best solution for your training needs, please get in touch.
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