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kristina
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Hi

We have received a letter from our local council stating that all supervisors/managers must hold a level 3 Health & safety in the Workplace certificate.

I have found on line courses for level 2 but not for level 3. Has anyone done this course on line or is it only available by attending a training course?

Essex are offering this in their training brochure but it means I need to take myself away from the setting for 3 days and as we are a new setting I would prefer not to to this at the moment.

 

Thanks for any advice

 

Kris

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Oh how my heary sinks when I read a post like this.....sorry can't help at all, but would very much like to find out more, as this is the first I've ever heard about it. Hopefully someone will be along shortly to shed some light on this.

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i went on the level 2 course in the summer and was told that all supervisors needed to have level 3 xD sat and thought what was the point of doing the 2, then found out that you have to have the 2 before you can do the 3 :o did you get the training manual for the spring term(you are probably the same as me as we are just down the road from you!) as there is a level 3 course in there it may be full by now i don't know but i do remember reading it!

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Our letter came from Epping District Council, apparently it is because of a fatal accident and an amputation in the area that they are requesting this!! I haven't got my level 2 but have managed to get a place on the level 3 course through our spring training brochure. I will attend if I cant find another way of doing it, just wasn't keen on spending 3 consecutive days out of the setting as we have only been open for one term!!

I will have to check about needing level 2 to do level 3, there didn't seem to be a time constraint on completing level 3.

 

Kris

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