understand the principles of pressure ulcer management and possible causes and contributory factors of pressure ulcers
learn about the UK law governing corporate manslaughter and corporate homicide. Explore responsibilities and potential consequences if the law isn’t followed correctly, how to keep everyone safe and protect employees and organisations from prosecution.
this module will give you a greater understanding of your role as a health or social care professional in providing positive intervention and support for people living with dementia
provides a legal framework for the control and regulation of surveillance and covert monitoring, ensuring individuals’ right to privacy, under the Human Rights Act, is properly considered.
an introduction to the key areas of data protection and will help users identify the sections that are relevant to their role.
follow the story of Derek, a junior accountant who stumbles across some untoward business transactions.
explore strategies and considerations that will contribute towards a ‘good death’, how to help individuals – and their friends and family – through the process and how, post death, to ensure that the deceased and their family continue to be cared for in a dignified manner.
helps the learner to recognise and identify the signs, respond to circumstances of and safeguard themselves against instances of bribery and corruption.
covers what mental health is and why it matters, the range of mental health problems and how to spot some of the signs and symptoms
you will understand health and safety legislation, the need for a health and safety policy and the specific responsibilities of you and your manager when it comes to health and safety
covers how to recognise anti-competitive activities, understand the legal responsibilities of firms and individuals and how the Competition Act 1998 applies to all businesses
in this module, you’ll look at what the STOMP campaign is trying to achieve, why people have been over medicated, how people should be supported and what to do if you think someone is being over medicated
explore the current threats of cybercrime and malware in the workplace and learn how to identify and avoid potential threats.
written for clinical staff working with children, young people and/or their parents/carers and who could potentially contribute to assessing, planning, intervening and evaluating the needs of a child or young person and parenting capacity where there are safeguarding/child protection concerns.
our background, personal experiences, societal stereotypes and cultural context can have an impact on our decisions and actions without us realising. This module explores the impact of unconscious bias and how we can work to counteract it.
learn how to minimise hazards and encourage your team to follow the food safety management system. This will ensure that everything possible is done to provide your customers with a happy, safe experience of your business.
a high level introduction to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that takes effect on 25 May 2018. The module will cover background to GDPR and how it’s key points compare and contrast with the provisions in the DPA 1998. Also covered are individual’s rights, accountability and GDPR governance.
on completion, you will understand security measures in the workplace and associated legislation, how to identify improvements to existing security measures and whether prescribed security measures are effective
everything you need to know about working with customers legally, including how to deal with customer complaints
fraud can occur in any type and size of business, which means the revenue and long-term health of your business could be at risk unless you take action
offers an introduction to the Human Rights Act, what our rights and freedoms are and how they apply to our work. We also look at the Act through the prism of Brexit
helps you understand what coercive control is and how it might occur, recognise the different types of coercive control and understand who the perpetrators and victims are
provides an overview of fraud, UK law and FCA regulations as well as information on how to spot fraud, mitigating risks, employees responsibilities and reporting fraud
examines the regulatory responsibilities placed on firms in relation to chapter 10 – CASS Resolution Pack – of the Financial Conduct Authority’s – FCA – Client Assets Sourcebook -CASS
examine the regulatory requirements set out in Chapters 1 (Application and Purpose), 1A (Firm Classification and Operational Oversight), 3 (Collateral). 6 (Custody rules), 7 (Client money rules), 7A (Client money distribution and transfer), 8 (Mandates) and 9 (Information to Clients) of the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) Client Assets Sourcebook (CASS).
the aim of this module is to demonstrate how to take control of the customer conversation, through respectful assertiveness, intelligent planning, and effective questioning techniques
covers, what an approved person is and why they are necessary in the financial sector. It also details the process of becoming an approved person in the eyes of the FCA, the risks and responsibilities of approved persons and the changes coming to the approved persons regime in the not so distant future
follows on from the levels 1 and 2 titles on safeguarding in our suite of courses aimed at those who work in the health sector, taking learners to level 3 of the NHS Core Skills Framework
raising awareness of the extent of sharps injuries and to identify best practice in the prevention and management of sharps injuries
practical, up-to-date subject matter will be garnered from industry experts, with the module also serving as a showcase for numerous new ‘gamified elements’ of Adapt functionality. Featured topics include the importance of professionalism, effective communication and handling complaints
do you ever find it difficult to connect with someone you are supporting? How can you get to know the real person? In this module, you will learn how life story work can help tell someone’s story
recognise the different types of coercive control and understand who the perpetrators and victims are. This version is tailored to those who work in Children’s Services specifically.
this module will provide you with an overview of consumer protection legislation and regulations currently in force within the UK.
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