Next Course Dates: 30th of April, 1st, 2nd, 9th & 11th of May
Course Duration: 5 Days, over 2 weeks
Times: 9.30 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.
Venue: C1 Centre Point, Business Park, Dublin 12
Manual Handling Instructor Training Course: manual handling instructor training is designed to provide participants with the knowledge, skill and confidence to design and deliver manual handling instruction in the workplace and to complete manual handling risk assessments as required by Part 4 Chapter 2 of the “General Application Regulation Regulations 2007, Manual Handling of Loads”, which states that staff engaged in manual handling must be given training in the safe manual handling of loads.
Guardian Safety Trainers
Guardian Safety is a FETAC registered training provider and all our trainers are fully qualified Manual Handling Instructors having achieved Level 6 in the National Framework of Qualifications. All Course instructors hold a Train the Trainer qualification and are fully qualified safety professionals, holding a minimum of a Diploma in Occupational Health and safety.
Course Duration 5 days (over two weeks)
Maximum Participants per Course 12
Who Should Attend
Health & Safety Practitioners or trainers who intend to deliver Manual Handling Training.
Those who wish to deliver and certify in-house Manual Handling Training Programmes.
Assessment is comprised of three parts, Skills Demonstration (60%), Theory Exam (20%) and Assignment (20%). Participants must pass all three assessments to qualify for award.
Manual Handling Instructor Training FETAC Level 6 Certification
A ‘Manual Handling Instructor Training FETAC Level 6’ Certificate is awarded to participants on successful completion of course.
Refresher Training & Certification Validity Period
Although QQI certs do not have an expiry date on them it is recommended that you do a refresher course every 5 years.
Special Instructions for this Course
Comfortable clothing and closed toe shoes is recommended for this course as there is a high level of practical activity throughout.
Participants are required to have a reasonable level of fitness and flexibility and this course is not suitable for those with any back, hip or knee injuries or those with any condition which may be aggravated by practical lifting.
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