Workplace and Personal Safety

If you are working alone in a workplace, you need to make sure you keep your mobile phone with you or anything that you can communicate with people. You also need to make sure people actually know where you are. KeithProTrainings Europe was set up by to offer classroom training nationally and video e-learning to Read More …

Fainting

Fainting is a common cause of a patient losing consciousness. It is caused by a lack of blood to the brain. This can be caused by anxiety, hunger, pregnancy, stress, worry, tiredness, standing for long periods, being too hot or after receiving local anaesthetic containing adrenalin. KeithProTrainings Europe was set up by to offer classroom Read More …

Disability Awareness Video Online Course Now Live – Supporting Enhance the UK

Disability Awareness is a very important subject but until now understanding it has not been easy to learn. We have teamed up with Enhance the UK, a disability charity to develop this educational course to improve disability awareness. Fifty percent of all proceeds from course sales go direct to Enhance the UK to further support their excellent work Read More …

Child Protection – Course of the Week

Every organisation that works with children, they should make sure safeguarding policies and procedures are in place to ensure each and every child, despite their age, gender, religion or ethnicity, are protected from harm. This child protection course is aimed at training individuals who work with children to ensure they know how to identify and report Read More …

Equality and Diversity – Course of the Week

Equality and diversity is a term used in the United Kingdom to define and champion equality, diversity and human rights as defining values of society. It promotes equality of opportunity for all, giving every individual the chance to achieve their potential, free from prejudice and discrimination.  Our Equality and Diversity course includes Inclusion, which means Read More …

DSE/VDU Safety – Course of the Week

We have found that a substantial number of DSE workers report aches, pains or eye discomfort. These conditions do not prove any serious ill health, but it is important to avoid them as much as possible. Display Screen Equipment safety training highlights the correct posture and working position for people working at desks and with Read More …

Martial Arts First Aid – Course of the Week

Martial Arts by its nature presents risk. When carried out correctly, injury does not usually happen, but in the case where it does, the responsible precaution is for everyone to have a basic understanding of what to do. This course covers injuries, including contact injuries, cardiac arrest, as well as illnesses like allergic reaction. First Read More …

Course of the week – Fire Safety Level 2

Fire safety is extremely important within the workplace.  Employee and employer actions during a fire could be crucial to their own safety and others within the organisation. Statistics show that most people within an organisation are not aware of potential fire hazards around them and how to deal with an emergency effectively. This course is Read More …

Health and Safety Statistics 2014/15 Released

Health & Safety statistics are now released by the HSE to show the latest Health & Safety statistics and the full details are available from their website.  The basic data is as follows. Ill health 1.2 million people who worked during the last year were suffering from an illness they believed was caused or made Read More …

New Updated 2015 Student Manuals

We have updated all first aid manuals to the latest 2015 guidelines and added more content to cover more subjects to support the courses.  The non first aid manuals are also being updated and over half are now redesigned and updated. To download the manuals, for online, blended and classroom courses, login to your ProTrainings Read More …