Project Description

DSE Awareness online training

online training
DSE awareness online training

£18pp + VAT

CPD certified

£45pp + VAT

Formal accreditation

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A poor workstation set up can be hazardous to the individual, increasing the risk of injuries and ill-health. This DSE awareness course aims to support employees to understand how to complete a DSE assessment of their work station and improve their working environment.

This DSE awareness online training course explores DSE regulations, best practice, the benefits of supported postures and ergonomic work stations. This will minimise the risk of potential health issues and improve comfort whilst at work.

Lessons:

1. Legislation, duties and types of hazards

2. DSE assessments

3. How to set up your workstation

4. Supportive postures

This DSE awareness online training course focuses on:

  • DSE regulations and employer/employee responsibilities
  • How to complete a DSE assessment
  • Setting up an ergonomic workstation
  • Improving posture and reducing fatigue
  • Online DSE assessment module.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

All of our courses are certified by the CPD Certification Service. They have been scrutinised by an independent assessor, ensuring they meet national standards.

Click here to see our CPD certification for this course.

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Learning outcomes

Course code: HD2/2/MR/002
Level: 2
Credits: 1

  1. Understand the risks and responsibilities for Display Screen Equipment (DSE) at work.
  2. Understand how a DSE assessment can contribute to improving health and safety.
  3. Understand how to reduce and control risks when working at a DSE work station.

Learning options and costs

CPD Certified

£18pp + VAT (£21.60)
  • Duration/access to course materials: 12 months unlimited access
  • Place of study: Online
  • Support: Course trainer available to answer queries by email or our social media channels
  • Average time to complete: 2 hours
  • Assessment: Mini assessments at the end of each lesson, pass rate of 75% required
  • Certificate: Self print CPD certified certificate
  • Recognition: CPD certified by the CPD certification service
  • Payment: Pay online

Formal accreditation

£45pp + VAT (£54)
  • Duration/access to course materials: 12 months unlimited access
  • Place of study: Online
  • Support: Course trainer available to answer queries by email or our social media channels
  • Average time to complete: 3.5 hours
  • Assessment: Mini assessments at the end of each lesson, pass rate of 75% required. In addition learners must submit their learner file to their course tutor.
  • Certificate: Open College Network West Midlands certificate will be sent recorded delivery
  • Recognition: Formally accredited through Open College Network West Midlands – 1 credit
  • Payment: Pay online

In house/classroom

£800plus travel
  • Duration/access to course materials: 1 day (6 hours) for up to 15 learners
  • Place: Venue of your choice
  • Support: Your trainer will answer any questions on the day, email support for the following week
  • Time to complete course: 6 hours
  • Assessment: Targeted questions throughout the day. If formal accreditation is requested learners will submit their learner file
  • Certificate: CPD certificate on the day. If formal accreditation is requested the certificates take approx. 1 – 2 weeks
  • Recognition: You can choose between CPD certified or a formally recognised accreditation (Formal accreditation incurs an additional cost of £20 pp)
  • Contact us to arrange your training day and payment

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