EVAC Chair Train the Trainer
The course details both the evac chair and the training techniques and lesson planning to deliver a course.
From: £318.75pp *minimum 2 delegates
The course details both the evac chair and the training techniques and lesson planning to deliver a course. It provides subject specific information to enable individuals to conduct in-house evac chair training for their colleagues.This course provides the necessary information and training to teach individuals to assist anybody that may benefit from the use of an evac chair, allowing the organisation to comply with the Disabled Discrimination Act 2005 and Equality Act 2010
1 Day - reduced to half if already competent i nthe use of evac chair.
Must be competent in the use of an evac chair and understand the training syllabus.
This course is suitable for all operators, supervisors and managers, who as part of their working duties will work with an evac chair.
On completion of this course delegates will receive a competency certificate.
Minimum Course attendance is 3.
Typical Interest Groups
Anyone working with or involved with the use of an evac chair.
On completion of the course, delegates will be able to:
- Understand different learning preferences
- Be able to work as a team to carry out a practical task
- How to get the most from communication techniques
- How to get the best from different learning resources
- How to write an effective lesson plan
- Be able to manage practical activity
- Be competent in training evac chair in house
Conformance: Under the Disabled Discrimination Act 2005 and Equality Act 2010, it is unlawful to discriminate against any person with regard to any disability they may have. This includes the evacuation of premises in the event of a fire. Being left behind in a building while other colleagues are leaving, is not only unsafe but is a clear breach of legislation. Correct procedures must be in place in the event of an incident. These procedures need to be learnt and practised by anybody responsible for evacuating a building using evacuation equipment.