Definition

The Health and Safety Violence and Aggression course explains what violence and aggression at work is to raise the delegate’s awareness.

Examples

The Health and Safety Violence and Aggression course gives examples of violence and aggression and outlines which criminal offences violence and aggression can lead to.

Legislation

The Health and Safety Violence and Aggression course outlines the duties of employers and employees by law to avoid the risks of violence and aggression.

Risks

The Health and Safety Violence and Aggression course explains which employees are more likely to be at risk from violence and aggression at work.

Causes

The Health and Safety Violence and Aggression course explores trigger factors for violence that may lead to violence and aggression.

Signs

The Health and Safety Violence and Aggression course encourages the delegate to think about what signs they should look out for that indicate the occurrence of violence and aggression.

Further Training

The Health and Safety Violence and Aggression course explains that certain employees may need more specific training on violence and aggression and where they should go to find this.

Coping Strategies

The Health and Safety Violence and Aggression course suggests various ways to reduce the danger of a violent or aggressive situation.

Reporting Procedure

The Health and Safety Violence and Aggression course explains the importance of always reporting incidents and where to go to find out the details for reporting procedures.

Assessment

A short assessment of 4 questions is included in the Health and Safety Violence and Aggression course. A pass mark of 80% is required to complete the Health and Safety Violence and Aggression course.

Course Length and Certificates

This eLearning module will take a typical employee approximately 25 minutes to complete. On successful completion of the course each delegate is provided with a Certificate.

Browser requirements

To complete the courses, users will require a browser with the Adobe Flash plug-in. We recommend the following desktop environment:

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 or above (IE 6 and above is supported)
  • Browsers must be set to support JavaScript and must have plug-ins enabled (default settings)
  • Macromedia Flash player latest version (we support version 6 and above)
  • A sound card / audio ability

Please contact us for more information on all eLearning modules and to request group booking discounts.

Course Fee: £29.00+VAT per delegate