Mandatory Training for Volunteers - Online Package - CPDUK Accredited

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    Mandatory Training for Volunteers - Level 1 - Online Training Package -   CPDUK Accredited.

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    Welcome to The Mandatory Training Group's online Mandatory Training for Volunteers training package. All our online training courses, programmes and qualifications are accredited by the CPD Certification Service (CPDUK).

    Providing statutory and mandatory training is key and this online Statutory & Mandatory Training Package for Volunteers Training Package helps give volunteers the tools, skills and knowledge to perform their role with confidence. It will provide effective learning to ensure they understand how to work safely in their environment.

    Course content

    This online Mandatory Training for Volunteers training package covers the following:

  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1 - Key definitions
  • Chapter 2 - Importance of health and safety
  • Chapter 3 - Key legislation and regulations
  • Chapter 4 - Your responsibilities
  • Chapter 5 - Managing risks and hazards
  • Chapter 6 - Slips, trips, and falls
  • Chapter 7 - Adverse events, incidents, errors, or near misses
  • Chapter 8 - Risk management
  • Chapter 9 - Common injuries and healthy back care
  • Chapter 10 - Module summary.
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1 - Key definitions
  • Chapter 2 - Understanding the elements of fire
  • Chapter 3 - What to do in the event of a fire
  • Chapter 4 - Module summary.
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1 - Key definitions
  • Chapter 2 - Causes of conflict
  • Chapter 3 - Assault
  • Chapter 4 - Avoiding conflict
  • Chapter 5 - Recognising non-verbal signs
  • Chapter 6 - Communication breakdown
  • Chapter 7 - De-escalation
  • Chapter 8 - Lone working
  • Chapter 9 - Dealing with a conflict situation
  • Chapter 10 -Your personal safety
  • Chapter 11 - Module summary.
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1 - Key definitions
  • Chapter 2 - Key legislation and regulations
  • Chapter 3 - Infection prevention and control principles
  • Chapter 4 - Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Chapter 5 - Sharps management
  • Chapter 6 - Module summary.
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1 - Key definition
  • Chapter 2 - Volunteer responsibilities
  • Chapter 3 - Moving and handling legislation
  • Chapter 4 - Injuries and back care
  • Chapter 5 - HSE Guidelines
  • Chapter 6 - Module summary.
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1 - Key definitions
  • Chapter 2 - The aims of safeguarding
  • Chapter 3 - Adults with care and support needs
  • Chapter 4 - Terminology variations
  • Chapter 5 - Making safeguarding personal
  • Chapter 6 - Types of abuse
  • Chapter 7 - Reporting a safeguarding concern
  • Chapter 8 - Module summary.
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1 - Key definitions
  • Chapter 2 - Equality, diversity and human rights
  • Chapter 3 - Equality Act 2010
  • Chapter 4 - Creating an inclusive environment
  • Chapter 5 - Volunteering in an equal and diverse environment
  • Chapter 6 - Challenging prejudice, discrimination and unfairness
  • Chapter 7 - Equality vs equity
  • Chapter 8 - Module summary.
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1 - Key definitions
  • Chapter 2 - Legal definitions
  • Chapter 3 - Prevent
  • Chapter 4 - The signs vulnerability
  • Chapter 5 - Other factors that may cause vulnerability
  • Chapter 6 - Identifying vulnerable people
  • Chapter 7 - Information sharing
  • Chapter 8 - Module summary.
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1 - Key definitions
  • Chapter 2 - Key legislation and regulations
  • Chapter 3 - Data security awareness
  • Chapter 4 - Types of information
  • Chapter 5 - Confidentiality
  • Chapter 6 - Good record keeping
  • Chapter 7 - Threats to data security
  • Chapter 8 - Good practice
  • Chapter 9 - Data breaches
  • Chapter 10 - Access to buildings
  • Chapter 11 - Module summary.
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1 - Key definitions
  • Chapter 2 - Importance of safeguarding children
  • Chapter 3 - Safeguarding for health and social care staff
  • Chapter 4 - Child abuse
  • Chapter 5 - Factors contributing to abuse
  • Chapter 6 - Types of child abuse
  • Chapter 7 - Case studies
  • Chapter 8 - Effects of child abuse
  • Chapter 9 - Your role in safeguarding children
  • Chapter 10 - Sharing information
  • Chapter 11 - Module summary.
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1 - Key definitions
  • Chapter 2 - Resuscitation Council UK guidance
  • Chapter 3 - Cardiac arrest and CPR
  • Chapter 4 - How to administer CPR
  • Chapter 5 - Choking
  • Chapter 6 - Module summary.
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      Who is the course for?

      This Mandatory Training for Volunteers e-learning package is suitable for the following:

      • Volunteers
      • Supervisors
      • Managers
      • All staff interested in the health, safety and welfare needs of their clients.

      Course aims

      The aims of this Mandatory Training for Volunteers eLearning package are to:

      • Familiarise learners with health and safety legislation.
      • Realise the need for guidance towards knowledge of statutory and mandatory requirements in one’s role.
      • Assist learners to acquire the skills to perform their roles with confidence.

      Learning objectives

      On completion of this online Mandatory Training for Volunteers training package, the learner will be able to:

      • Define key terms, including data breach, confidentiality, consent and malware.
      • Outline ways consistent with legislation, policies and procedures for maintaining our own and others' health and safety.
      • Explain how to identify vulnerable people.
      • Outline the causes and effects of violence and conflict in the workplace.
      • Draw your attention to the importance of health and safety measures in care services.
      • Explain the importance of data security.
      • State the responsibilities of a volunteer when carrying out moving and assisting activities.
      • Describe the nine protected characteristics in line with human rights.

      Learning outcomes

      On completion of this online Mandatory Training for Volunteers training package, the learner will be able to:

      • Describe key legislation for the control of hazardous substances.
      • State what action to take if you have concerns about an individual or individuals.
      • List the most common causes of conflict.
      • Justify the need for effective health and safety measures in organisations.
      • Discuss your responsibilities for ensuring best moving and assisting practices.
      • Suggest ways in which they can challenge prejudice, discrimination and unfairness.
      • Examine the importance of compliance with statutes and regulations on one’s role.

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