How is training going within your organisation?
The ONS has reported that 19% of the UK’s business work force is still on furlough. A condition of this scheme was that your employees could still attend training courses. Is that something you’ve been doing or has it been on hold?
Some companies have created a training plan to deliver to those on site, some have taken training online and others are waiting to assess what training is essential for an organisation as the year unfolds.
Whichever you are Kedleston Safety have been delivering training in multiple ways to give the very best to the attendees there to learn.
Last week’s feedback
Delivering a collaborative training event for First Quality Solutions in a COVID safe environment to 4 delegates in the education and public sectors sector last week is all part of a days work for Suzanne.
Sometimes it’s hard to keep an audience engaged when you are delivering a subject matter; last week was a case in point. Health and Safety can be quite a dry subject area. So when you get feedback from attendees such as ‘a difficult course delivered very well by Suzanne. She kept it engaging and interesting’ means you know you have created a course that can be put into practise quickly.
Another attendee highlighted ‘knowledge of the trainer was very good, she gave good real life examples’. This is a very important way of embedding safety training. By producing related information to those in attendance it’s much easier for people to fully grasp what I am teaching them when they can see a setting or situation akin to their place of work.
Planning your training?
Perhaps it’s time to renew and review what’s needed for your team; maybe you are in a sector just opening up and safety needs to be front and centre of what you are doing such as the hospitality and leisure area. Or maybe you’ve moved to a hybrid way of working and need to train more of the team so people are always on site fully trained no matter who is there in an office environment. It could be you need to ramp up your manufacturing or distribution activities to meet demand where your team needs to understand the health and safety elements covered in Kedleston Safety’s training portfolio.
Whatever your needs are having a conversation with Suzanne will ensure safe delivery and more importantly a training course your delegates enjoy so that the go away and put into practise everything they have learnt.
Suzanne also delivers IOSH courses on behalf of other training providers, so if you fancy a Managing Safely or Working Safely course let us know and we can point you in the right direction. You never know it may be Suzanne delivering it!
Download our training guide here: HandS training from Kedleston Safety