Online Manual Handling Theory E-Learning.

This e-learning course is ideal for those learners taking a manual handling qualification or those workers that will be involved with manual handling as part of their job role .

 

The course will engage you with its stimulating interactive elements, exercises and simulations to guide them through the content. There are six topics covered in this course, which cover key syllabus.

 

Who should take this course?

This e-learning course is ideal for those staff members who are required to engage in manual handling as part of their role. It is also suitable for those learners taking a Level 2 Manual Handling qualification.

What does it cover?

This e-learning course outlines the key elements relating to manual handling that staff must consider in a working environment.

Topics covered in this course include:

  • The definition of manual handling
  • The LITE Stairway to Heaven
  • Safe lifting techniques
  • Correcting lifting techniques
  • Lifting with more than one person
  • Examples of manual handling

What will learners achieve?

Those taking this e-learning course will engage in approximately 30 minutes of training. Their knowledge will also be tested by five multiple-choice questions. On completion of the course, the system produces a personalised HABC commended certificate.

Course features?

This course includes a number of key features what will benefit the learner. These include the following:

 

  • Interactive content and exercises based on real-life scenarios.
  • A knowledge assessment at the end of every module.

 

Enrollment.

Complete this Manual Handling theory online course and on successful completion of the course, the system produces a personalised HABC commended certificate.

 

£30.00

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