CILT Skillnet will host a number of COVID-19 Training Courses via Zoom in the coming weeks.
As business gets back on its feet, staff and customers need to be protected as much as possible. Certain protocols and procedures must be prepared and followed to fulfil legal obligations. To assist businesses with this CILT Skillnet will deliver a suite of COVID-19 training courses to help educate companies and keep them compliant as they open for business and return to work.
Returning to Work with COVID-19
All organisations will be required to introduce new health and safety measures. The Returning to Work with COVID-19 training course will provide employers and managers with a framework to prepare and plan for the practicalities of a safe return to work for employees, contractors, suppliers, customers and visitors.
COVID-19 Designated Person
Wise and prudent will ensure that the employee’s workplace is ready to reopen with a trained COVID-19 Designated Person. The COVID-19 Designated Person training course will give the workplace’s designated person an overview of the role, what is required of them and a list of safety considerations for the workplace they will have to implement, monitor, review and report on.
Participants of all courses will receive checklists and links to additional resources. In addition, Certificates of Completion will be emailed to all verified participants.
For further information and to book, click on the relevant link below:
COVID-19 Designated Person Training: Wednesday 10th June 2020 – 7pm to 9pm – FULLY BOOKED
Returning to Work with COVID-19 Training: Tuesday 16th June 2020 – 7pm to 8.30pm – FULLY BOOKED
COVID-19 Designated Person Training: Thursday 18th June 2020 – 9am to 11am
COVID-19 Designated Person Training: Wednesday 24th June 2020 – 7pm to 9pm
COVID-19 Designated Person Training: Thursday 2nd July 2020 – 9am to 11.30am
Subsidised cost is €20 per person.
ABOUT THE TRAINER
Created in 2018 by Mary Finn, Connect4Work promotes staff retention and increases attendance at work with a focus on two main areas. Firstly early interventions to support organisations retain employees who are at risk of absence remain in work and secondly case management to facilitate the return to work of an employee who has been absent due to illness, injury or other reasons. Return to work planning explores barriers to the return, solutions and reasonable accommodations with the goal of a successful, safe and timely return to work.