One Community Training Programme 2018
Fundraising Through Trading
Thursday 4 October, 9.30am – 12.30pm
Achieve both financial and social return
- Legal structures
- Pros and cons of trading
- What is ‘trading’?
- Some myths about trading
- Why you should consider trading
- Charity Commission guidance on trading
- How to start
- Some examples
- Where to get help
Cost: free (donations welcome for refreshments)
Download the booking form: booking form – Fundraising Through Trading
Legionella Training (including ACOP L8)
Thursday 11 October, 9.30am – 12.30pm
Venue: Bishopstoke Community Centre, 18 Sydney Road, Eastleigh, SO50 6DJ
On completion of this course learners will have the knowledge to ensure their organisation’s premises meet the requirements of the Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) L8. The course will cover:
- Duties of employers
- What is Legionella?
- Sources of Legionella
- Risk Assessment ACOP L8
- Preventing and controlling risk
- Managing risk
- Record keeping
- Other specific risk systems
All learners will receive handouts including ACOP L8.
Download the booking form: booking form – Legionella 11.10.18
Emergency First Aid at Work
Wednesday 31 October 2018, 9.30am – 4.30pm
This one day training session will cover all aspects of Emergency First Aid at Work. At the end of the course learners will have demonstrated competence in basic life support skills and increased their awareness in managing a first aid incident in the workplace. A certificate of competence will be issued and is valid for three years.
Cost: Voluntary Sector £70, Others £85 Tea and coffee included in the price – please provide your own lunch
Download the booking form: Booking form – Emergency First Aid 31.10.18
Friday 16 November 2018, 9.30am – 12.30pm
This course is aimed at health and social care workers and healthcare professionals with a responsibility to provide care or support to people who suffer from dysphagia. It will give the care worker the knowledge and understanding to recognise the different signs, symptoms and complications of dysphagia and the skills required to deal with a choking emergency and to provide ongoing after care.
On successful completion of the course learners will be qualified to:
- operate within the legal boundaries with regard to caring for people who have dysphagia
- recognise the signs, symptoms and complications of dysphagia
- recognise the causes of dysphagia
- practise treatments and follow care planning
- deal with a choking incident
- understand how to comply with company policy and procedure.
Cost: Voluntary Sector £55, Others £65
Download the booking form: booking form – 16.11.18