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Employees Schools Other Users

This module is suitable for managers or employees who need to have a detailed overview of the CDM Regulations.  It covers all aspects of the type of work covered by CDM, legislation and roles and responsibilities.


  
Employees Schools Other Users

COVID training for front line staff – Suitable for those who work in roles providing care services or those in front line services working with the public. 

Learning Outcomes – to provide those working in care roles or working directly with the public with an overview of COVID, ways to protect you and service users from infection, advice around recognising service users who become unwell and where to go for further information.



  
Employees Schools Other Users

COSHH

This module is suitable for managers and employees who work with hazardous substances.  The module gives a comprehensive outline of the legislation, identifying what are hazardous substances, the risks and how hazardous substances can get into the body, ways to reduce the risk and compliance with the regulations.

This is an Elearning course.

This course should take around 30 minutes.


Employees Schools Other Users

Criminal Exploitation and County Lines 

This course will help you develop a greater awareness of criminal exploitation of children and vulnerable adults, particularly in relation to 'county lines' drug dealing.

It also includes information around grooming, 'cuckooing', sexual exploitation and other related topics, including modern slavery and trafficking. 

It will help you to spot the signs, recognise vulnerabilities and will help you understand what to do if you notice something.

If you have an account, click on the course title hyperlink (blue text – usually at the top or to the right) to take you to the course page. From there you can see course information and can access the eLearning module. When you have completed your course and the evaluation feedback, you will be able to access your certificate and useful resources.

This is an Elearning course.

This course should take around 30 minutes.

For more information, or if you do not have an account, please contact communitysafety.training@derbyshire.gov.uk



Employees Schools Other UsersThe Customer Service Level 2 course is a one day course run by the Catering Service department. The course content includes ways to improve customer care and deal with the issues associated with delivering and maintaining a reliable customers service.
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Cybercrime and Online Safety

This course provides a brief overview of what cybercrime is and how to keep yourself and the people you work with safe online. It also includes how to report cybercrime and access support for victims.

If you have an account, click on the course title hyperlink (blue text – usually at the top or to the right) to take you to the course page. From there you can see course information and can access the eLearning module. When you have completed your course and the evaluation feedback, you will be able to access your certificate and useful resources.

 This is an Elearning course.

 This course should take around 60 minutes.

For more information, or if you don't have an account, please contact communitysafety.training@derbyshire.gov.uk

Other Users

This course covers learner induction for all Derbyshire Adult Community Education Service (DACES) courses, it outlines the learner entitlement, what you can expect from us and what we expect from you.

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For Shoppers: To provide Shoppers with the knowledge and skills to order goods and services using the OrderPoint system.


Employees Schools Other Users

Welcome to the Deaf Awareness e-learning module. This module has been put together to provide you with information and guidance around your organisation's Communication Support Policy. 

By the end of the module you will be able to:

  • Recognise the different types of deafness - definitions
  • Dispel the common myths surrounding deafness 
  • How to support Deaf employees
  • Good Communication Tips
  • Summary
The course should take   mins.

Employees Schools

Delirium in Dementia Awareness

This course will help you to identify, prevent & manage delirium in people with dementia and is aimed at all health and social care sectors, voluntary services and carers to improve awareness of the impact of delirium on people with dementia.


It takes approx. 30 minutes to complete.

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Employees Schools Other Users

Dementia Awareness

Welcome to this e-learning module about dementia awareness.

This is an Elearning course.

Allow approximately 25 minutes to complete this module.

Employees Schools Other Users

Dementia Friends

This course will help you to understand what it's like to live with dementia and the actions you can take -anyone of any age can be a Dementia Friend. You will learn more about dementia and how you can help to create dementia friendly communities and make Derbyshire more dementia friendly.

The course should take approximately 30 minutes to complete. 

Employees

Suitable for: Workers who have responsibility for directly supervising/managing people

To introduce the concept of enterprising leadership over a range of management skills.

Employees

 Suitable for: Workers who have responsibility for directly supervising/managing people

To introduce the concept of positive collaborative and partnership working both in teams and organisations.

Employees

Suitable for: Workers who have responsibility for directly supervising/managing people

To introduce the concept of wide range of personal leadership qualities that will enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of a manager’s role.


Employees

Suitable for: Workers who have responsibility for directly supervising/managing people

To introduce a range of person centred leadership techniques that will strengthen and support teams and individuals.

 

To update knowledge and practice in relation to difference, diversity and equality

 To explore your own attitudes to difference and diversityTo identify the impact that being different may have on a child or young person in respect to achieving good outcomes

State what legislation exists to protect people from discrimination and identify the key implications of this

To be better prepared to understand  the needs of children, young people and families as individuals


Other Users 
 

This is a 1½ day course, run over consecutive days and attendance on both the first full day and the second morning half day is required.

 Aim and objectives:

To enable practitioners, through understanding the benefits of direct work, to recognise and respond to the lived experience of the child. By being able to:

  •  Define what “the lived experience of the child” means and its importance
  • Plan a piece of direct work, considering different tools and approaches

  • Evaluate a number of different techniques and resources for encouraging a child to express themselves

  • Understand how to exercise curiosity and judgement to keep a child’s wellbeing and safety to the fore

  • Explain the importance of good endings to direct work.

If you have completed ‘Direct work with Children’ or ‘Understanding the Lived Experience of the Child (Their Voices, Experience and Participation)’ please consider if you need to enrol on this course, as it is a combined version of the former two courses.



Employees

For Derbyshire County Council Childrens Managers only.

The purpose of the formal disciplinary procedure is to provide a fair and consistent means of addressing and improving an employee’s conduct where this fails to meet the Council’s expectations. 


Employees

Display Screen Equipment

This module is suitable for managers or any employee who uses DSE for a significant part of their work. The module gives an overview of good practice at work, possible health problems, how to set up your workstation, improve your immediate working environment and minimise any risks.

This is an Elearning course.

This course should take around 20 minutes.





Employees Schools Other Users

Domestic Abuse Awareness (Classroom)

(Classroom course temporarily suspended - please book onto the  Domestic Abuse Awareness Webinar or complete Domestic Abuse: An Introduction eLearning as alternatives)

This free half day course is for practitioners who have little or no knowledge about domestic abuse and the services available in Derbyshire.

It will help you identify the different forms of domestic abuse including 'coercive control'. It also explores facts and myths, including leaving abusive relationships.

This course is open to anyone from any agency in Derbyshire wishing to learn more about domestic abuse and how to refer in to local services.

If you have an account, click on the course title hyperlink (blue text – usually at the top or to the right) to take you to the course page. From there you can see course information, course dates, latest availability and can book your place online.

For more information, or if you do not have an account, please contact communitysafety.training@derbyshire.gov.uk


Employees Schools Other Users

Domestic Abuse Awareness Webinar (Virtual Classroom)

This free 1.5 hour webinar takes key elements from the Domestic Abuse Awareness Classroom Training.  It is designed for frontline Derbyshire practitioners who have little or no knowledge about domestic abuse and who want to know what it is, and the different forms it takes, including control and coercion. You will also learn how to respond effectively and how to support victims to access domestic abuse services during the Covid-19 outbreak. 

If you have a Derbyshire Learning Online account, click on the course title hyperlink (blue text – usually at the top or to the right) to take you to the course page. From there you can see course information, webinar dates, latest availability and can book your place online. 

Initially we are limiting numbers to 25 attendees per session - booking is essential.

For more information, or if you do not have an account, please contact communitysafety.training@derbyshire.gov.uk


Employees Schools Other Users

Domestic Abuse Risk Assessment Webinar (Virtual Classroom)

This free 1.5 hour webinar via Skype, takes key elements from MARAC classroom training. It is designed for frontline Derbyshire practitioners who have little or no knowledge about domestic abuse risk assessment and who want to know how to support victims to access domestic abuse services during the Covid-19 outbreak. We’ll also look at when to refer to MARAC and how to apply your professional judgement.

It will help if you have a basic understanding about Domestic Abuse before attending the webinar, so you may wish to complete the 'Domestic Abuse: An Introduction' eLearning course, if you have not had any domestic abuse training in the last couple of years.

If you have a Derbyshire Learning Online account, click on the course title hyperlink (blue text – usually at the top or to the right) to take you to the course page. From there you can see course information, webinar dates, latest availability and can book your place online. 

Initially we are limiting numbers to 25 attendees per session - booking is essential.

A pre-recorded version of the webinar is also available for people who find it difficult to access a live webinar session. Details can be found on the course page.

For more information, or if you do not have an account, please contact communitysafety.training@derbyshire.gov.uk

Employees Schools Other Users

Domestic Abuse: An Introduction

This course provides a brief overview of what domestic abuse is, including how to spot the signs that someone is experiencing abuse and how to share your concerns in Derbyshire. It now includes learning from Derbyshire Domestic Homicide Reviews around 'Coercive Control', Toxic Trio' and how to ask the question if someone is experiencing domestic abuse.

If you have an account, click on the course title hyperlink (blue text – usually at the top or to the right) to take you to the course page. From there you can see course information and can access the eLearning module. When you have completed your course and the evaluation feedback, you will be able to access your certificate and useful resources.


 This is an Elearning course.

 This course should take around 60 minutes.

For more information, or if you don't have an account, please contact communitysafety.training@derbyshire.gov.uk


Employees

Drivers Hours and Vehicle Checks DCPC.

This course is for those who drive vehicles over 3.5 tonnes, The delivery time is 7 hours and these hours will go towards the drivers periodic training requirements.

The course looks at the regulations regarding drivers hours of work and also goes through all the necessary pre start vehicle checks.

Employees Schools Other Users

This module is suitable for managers, or employees who drive for their work.  The module gives an overview of the different types of drivers, occupational road risk responsibilities, assessing the risks and possible control measures to reduce the risk.


Employees Schools Other Users

Drug & Alcohol Awareness

This module aims to raise your awareness of drugs and alcohol looking at recommended guidelines for alcohol consumption, useful tips for cutting back as well as the more common drug types and their side effects and symptoms.

We will also provide sources of support for individuals and employers with information on the early warning signs that someone is developing a substance misuse problem and how to deal with it.

This is an Elearning course.

The course should take around 20 minutes.

Employees

Dumper assessment 6 Tonne and under

This course is for experienced operators who require assessment only.

Familiarisation training will be offered prior to assessment if requested

Employees Schools Other Users

Effective Minute Writing

Learning to develop skills needed to provide high quality support to meetings.


This is an Elearning course.

This course should take around 20 minutes.

Employees

This is a 7 hour jaupt approved course for driver cpc periodic training

EmployeesThe equipment training is carried for all new employees staring work for the school meals catering service.
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Employees Schools Other Users

Female Genital Mutilation

The purpose of this Elearning is to help you:

  • Understand what the terms involved in FGM abuse refer to
  • Become aware of how and why the abuse occurs
  • Recognise the children and groups of women who are most at risk
  • Understand the legal position regarding intervention
  • Recognise the warning signs that a child is at risk
  • Understand your role in helping to recognise and prevent signs that abuse is likely to occur

This is an Elearning course.

 This course should take around 20 minutes.

Employees Other Users 
EmployeesThe Fire Evacuation Procedure for Chatsworth Hall can be accessed here.
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