# ELearningAtWork

## August 18, 2021

Sexual Harassment in the work place

Just completed another course with e-learning at work. This a really useful course, a lot to take in, but an essential topic. I would encourage EVERYONE to undertake this training, then hold your employer to account. In the light of everyone's invited I would encourage Parent / Guardians to do the same, so that schools can be held to account too.

The third case study is very disturbing for another reason. Nothing was mentioned about those staff members (inc the headteacher) being struck off from teaching given what happened. You need to do the course to find out more.

This course will start by defining sexual harassment and explaining how protection comes from both employment law and criminal law. You'll see from workplace statistics how widespread and serious the problem is, and how the management response to concerns raised is often poor or non-existent. It also addresses how allegations should be handled, explains the importance of having clear and robust policies and the role line managers tend to take when it comes to dealing with these situations. The course also covers investigation from the employer's perspective, the role of employment tribunals, and concludes with some case studies that will give further insight into what constitutes harassment and the outcome of cases where the businesses did not act appropriately to deal with this behaviour.


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## June 12, 2021

E-learning at work : Equality and diversity – 12/6/2021

As part of my commitment to CPD and training. I have now completed a course on equality and diversity.

There are a total of 7 training Topics included in this online training course that cover the key syllabus of Equality & Diversity. As part of this online training course, learners will be required to complete a series of multiple-choice questions. These modules include:

Topic 1 What is meant by the term ‘Equality and Diversity’?
Topic 2 Consequences of inequality
Topic 3 Human rights
Topic 4 The Equality Act
Topic 5 Inclusive and exclusive models of society
Topic 6 Promoting inclusion
Topic 7 Creating fairer workplaces



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## June 3, 2021

E-learning at work : Positive Handling in Schools – 3/6/2021

As part of my commitment to CPD and training. I decided to press on and complete the e-learning at work Food Allergens course today.

This course will start by looking at some examples and statistics which highlight the seriousness and extent of aggressive pupil behaviour, it will then go on to explain how you can identify the stages of aggression and provide some tips on how you could de-escalate a pupil before they lash out. It also looks at where the law stands on this subject and finally best practice in theory if you ever do need to restrain a pupil.


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## June 2, 2021

E-learning at work : Food Allergens – 2/6/2021

As part of my commitment to CPD and training. I decided to press on and complete the e-learning at work Food Allergens course today.

Suitable for all food professionals working in the production, storage or service of food, this online training course will provide vital knowledge on Food Allergens and managing them safely within catering, food manufacturing and retail environments.


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## June 1, 2021

E-learning at work : COSHH – 1/6/2021

As I would like to try and work as a School laboratory technician. I am taking some steps to gain the essential skills and or knowledge for this post.

I therefore completed a course on Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) today. This is a step in the right direction, hopefully demonstrates a commitment to CPD. This also demonstrates the ability to identify and address training needs.

However this training is also essential for other workplaces too.

This course covers what you need to know about the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH). It’s aimed at anyone who is exposed to Substances Hazardous to Health at work, as well as line managers with responsibility for such people.



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