ENROLMENT 1.2
UNIT SELECTION

HOW FREQUENTLY WOULD YOU USE THE FOLLOWING:

During your apprenticeship you have a combination of mandatory and optional units to complete. Your optional units requires that you complete:

  • Minimum of 5 x Health, Safety and Social Care Units
  • Maximum of 4 x Business, Leadership and Management Units
  • Maximum of 3 x Personal Development and Employability Units


    Health, Safety and Social Care Units


    UNIT 10 - ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION:

    • Investigating accidents
    • Gathering evidence
    • Presenting findings

    UNIT 11 - ASBESTOS:

    • Legislation relating to asbestos
    • The risks to and effects of health caused by exposure to asbestos
    • How to avoid the risks from exposure

    UNIT 12 - CONFINED SPACE:

    • What is Confined Space
    • Danger’s of Unplanned Rescue Attempt
    • Hazards

    UNIT 13 - COSHH AWARENESS:

    • COSHH Regulations
    • Defining substances hazardous to health
    • Effects of substances hazardous to health

    UNIT 14 - COSHH RISK ASSESSMENT:

    • Identifying people at risk
    • Evaluating risk
    • Monitoring and maintaining control measures

    UNIT 15 - DSE RISK ASSESSMENT:

    • Examine the impact of ergonomics on the workplace
    • DSE Regulations

    UNIT 16 - PRINCIPLES OF FIRE SAFETY:

    • How fires are caused
    • How fires spread
    • Detection, alarm and means of escape
    • Firefighting equipment

    UNIT 17 - GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT:

    • Define hazard and risk
    • Understand the legal requirement for risk assessment
    • Be able to carry out a risk assessment

    UNIT 18 - HEALTH AND SAFETY:

    • Understand the health and safety responsibilities
    • Know how to work in a safe way in a business environment
    • Be able to comply with health and safety requirements in a business environment

    UNIT 19 - LEGIONELLA:

    • What is legionnaires’ disease?
    • Where are legionella bacteria found?
    • Are there legionella risks in my workplace?
    • Test your awareness of legionella

    UNIT 20 - LONE WORKING:

    • Types of lone working
    • Remoteness and isolation
    • Hazards of lone working
    • Employee's responsibilities

    UNIT 21 - MANUAL HANDLING AT WORK:

    • An introduction to manual handling
    • Considerations for manual handling
    • Controlling risks

    UNIT 22 - METHOD STATEMENT:

    • Introduction to method statement
    • What's the benefit of having a method statement
    • Writing a method statement

    UNIT 23 - WORKING AT HEIGHT:

    • Legislation
    • Dangers of working at height
    • Causes of falls from height

    UNIT 24 - FIRST AID:

    • Legislation

    UNIT 25 - TIDINESS AND HYGIENE:

    • Housekeeping
    • Personal Hygiene

    UNIT 26 - TRANSPORT AND VEHICLES:

    • Puwer Regulations
    • Segregation of People & Vehicles
    • Traffic Plan

    UNIT 27 - SAFETY SIGNAGE:

    • Legislation
    • 5 Types of Signs

    UNIT 28 - DRUGS AND ALCOHOL:

    • Employer Responsibilities
    • Risks in the Workplace
    • Control Measures


    Business, Leadership and Management Units


    UNIT 29 - CONFLICT MANAGEMENT:

    • Understanding what conflict and conflict management is
    • Approaching conflict

    UNIT 30 - RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION:

    • Understand the recruitment and selection process
    • Be able to administer the recruitment process
    • Be able to administer the selection process

    UNIT 31 - RESEARCH IN BUSINESS:

    • Understand the research process
    • Understand how to use research in business

    UNIT 32 - LEGAL CONTEXT OF BUSINESS:

    • Understand the legal framework within which businesses operate
    • Understand the principles of business governance
    • Understand how contract law affects a business
    • Understand the requirements of employment law

    UNIT 33 - PRINCIPLES OF TEAM LEADING:

    • Understand leadership styles in organisations
    • Understand team dynamics
    • Understand techniques used to manage the work of teams
    • Understand the impact of change management within a team
    • Understand team motivation

    UNIT 34 - DISCIPLINE IN THE WORKPLACE:

    • Introduction to discipline in the workplace
    • Importance of discipline
    • How to manage discipline

    UNIT 35 - INDUCTION OF NEW STAFF:

    • What is an employee induction
    • What makes an induction successful
    • Best practice

    UNIT 36 - LEADING AND MOTIVATING:

    • Types of motivation
    • Motivation in the workplace
    • Motivation in management

    UNIT 37 - ORGANISING AND DELEGATING:

    • Understand how to organise people to achieve objectives
    • Understand how to delegate to achieve workplace objectives

    UNIT 38 - PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT:

    • Introduction to performance management
    • What are the stages of managing performance
    • What Is Effective Performance Management?

    UNIT 39 - HANDLING DIFFICULT PEOPLE:

    • Identifying Difficult People
    • Identifying the Issue
    • Managing your reactions

    UNIT 40 - MANAGING MEETINGS:

    • The Meeting's Objective
    • Using time wisely
    • Satisfying participants

    UNIT 41 - PROJECT MANAGEMENT:

    • What is project management
    • What is a project
    • Project core components

    UNIT 42 - BUSINESS CASE WRITING:

    • The business case
    • Why you need a business case
    • How to write a business case

    UNIT 43 - INTRODUCING GDPR:

    • What is GDPR
    • Who does GDPR apply to?
    • Accessing data

    UNIT 44 - DEVELOPING TEAMWORK:

    • Introduction to teamwork
    • Why develop teamwork
    • The stages of team development
    • Effectively developing teamwork

    UNIT 45 - PROBLEM SOLVING / DECISIONS:

    • Decision-making process
    • Pros and cons' and 'weighted' decision-making methods
    • Complex problems and decisions


    Personal Development and Employability Units


    UNIT 46 - PRINCIPLES OF TIME MANAGEMENT:

    • Overview of the principles of time management
    • Time management techniques

    UNIT 47 - COMMUNICATING IN BUSINESS:

    • Understand the requirements
    • Produce written communications
    • Be able to communicate verbally in business environments

    UNIT 48 - PERFORMANCE + DEVELOPMENT:

    • Be able to manage personal performance
    • Be able to manage their own time and workload
    • Be able to identify their own development needs
    • Be able to fulfil a personal development plan

    UNIT 49 - WORKING RELATIONSHIPS:

    • Understand the principles of effective team working
    • Be able to maintain effective working relationships with colleagues
    • Be able to collaborate with colleagues to resolve problems

    UNIT 50 - USING EMAIL:

    • Use e-mail software tools and techniques to compose and send messages
    • Manage incoming mail effectively

    UNIT 51 - SPREADSHEET SOFTWARE:

    • Use a spreadsheet to enter, edit and organise numerical and other data
    • Select and use appropriate formula and data analysis tools to meet requirements
    • Select and use tools and techniques to present and format spreadsheet information

    UNIT 52 - PARTICIPATE IN A PROJECT:

    • Understand how to manage a project
    • Be able to support the delivery of a project

    UNIT 53 - RESEARCH IN BUSINESS:

    • Understand the research process
    • Understand how to use research in business

    UNIT 54 - DEVELOP A PRESENTATION:

    • Understand how to develop one
    • Be able to develop a presentation

    UNIT 55 - PRESENTATION SOFTWARE:

    • Input and combine text and other information within presentation slides
    • Use presentation software tools to structure, edit and format slide sequences
    • Prepare slideshow for presentation

    Select Minimum 5 x Health, Safety and Social Units:

    Select Maximum 4 x Business, Leadership and Management Units:

    Select Maximum 3 x Personal and Employability Units:

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