Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Practice
This is a ProQual, regulated qualification leading to Graduate Membership with IOSH with progression to Chartered Membership on successful completion of IPD and Professional Review. Please note that as this is an NVQ programme, there are NO EXAMS. Instead, you would work with an experienced tutor to collect the required evidences for each module. Evidence of competency is demonstrated through your day to day, work activities.
Who is this NVQ aimed at?
The NVQ level 6 course is aimed at individuals responsible for developing Health and Safety procedures within their workplace such as Health and Safety Advisors or Health and Safety Managers. The aim of this course is to provide comprehensive training, imparting a thorough understanding of occupational health and safety management in a friendly, interactive and engaging manner.
What level is this NVQ in Health & Safety
This NVQ is a Level 6 qualification in health and safety. Based on the UK’s national qualification framework or NQF, it’s a Level 10, on the Scottish framework (SCQF) and equivalent to a University Bachelor’s Degree, Internationally.
Online, to be completed over 12 months.
Online, with 10 hours one to one, tutor support. Completed over 12 months.
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General Health and Safety Courses
Assured Safety offer a range of training courses regulated by IOSH, IATP, IIRSM, ROSPA and the CPD Service. Online courses are delivered using a Learning Management System with engaging, video-based training. These are designed to increase user engagement and effectively communicate the learning content and aims so that users are confident with the subject matter.
- Basic Legionella Management
- Manual Handling
- Working in Confined Spaces
- Level 1 Food Safety – Catering
- Level 2 Food Safety – Catering
- Level 2 Food Safety – Manufacturing
- Basic Fire Safety Awareness for Care Homes
- Display Screen Equipment Awareness
- Assessing Display Screen Equipment
- Working at Height
- Emergency First Aid at Work – Online Annual Refresher
- Lockdown Procedures in Schools
- Level 2 Introduction to HACCP
- Introduction to Risk Assessment
- Introduction to safety for Lone Workers
- Behavioural Safety
- Safeguarding Children
- Paediatric First Aid
- Fire Marshall
- Fire Marshall for Care Homes
- Level 3 Supervising Food Safety
- Asbestos Awareness
- Asbestos Awareness for Architects and Designers
- Level 1 Health and Safety in a Construction Environment
Assured Safety can offer you a discounted rates on course bundles, if you have volume requirements, get in touch today to see how we can assist your business.
Non-Regulated Courses and Certificated Tool-box Talk Training
If you do not have a specific requirement for regulated training, our experienced Consultants offer a range of non-regulated, training sessions which are Assured Safety Certificated and are a useful way to demonstrate compliance and reduce costs.
Tool-box talk training on a range of topics can be provided by one of our consultants on can be delivered by your management team and Assured Safety Certificates will be made available for all attendees.
Get in touch with us to discuss your training requirements.
Under Floor Insulation - Training for Installers
This training programme has been developed with ECO4 compliance in mind!
From experience, we are aware that many installers have struggled to comply with stringent Quality Assurance requirements and demonstrating compliance with PAS2030:2019 and PAS2035:2019 over ECO3.
Floor Insulation or Under Floor Insulation is a highly disruptive measure with installers having to create access hatches or lift floorboards to gain access to the sub-floor void. Post-installation, once the floor is replaced and all services have been sealed, and the property handed-over to the Occupiers, Installers typically submit measures to Funding partners who undertake Independent, Technical Monitoring at a later date, usually anywhere from a month to eighteen months later.
As the Floor Insulation cannot be physically inspected as the floor has been replaced, post-installation, measures typically tend to fail monitoring in 100% of cases, until the failure can be over-turned through Installers providing compliant, installation evidence across all stages of the installation.
Our experienced trainers are also Technical Monitoring Agents who have in-depth experience with measure installation and procedures for various system manufactures/designers including Knuaf and SWIP and can assist your teams to ensure that all works are compliant and evidences collected demonstrate compliance with the Ofgem question set.
Our consultants are also Trustmark-Approved Retrofit Assessors and Coordinators so you can rest assured that they have the required level of competence, having reviewed in excess of 2500 Floor Insulation measures over the last 12 months.
Sessions can be booked to take place on-site during a live installation, at your workplace or at one of our local centres and include a recap on Ventilation in line with the PAS Standard and Building Regulations. The session includes useful information on background ventilation or trickle vents, under-floor air bricks and appropriate calculations.