The days of standing in front of a class and delivering training may be something that is put on hold for a while, and it is up to training companies to think of new and innovative ways to encourage participation, retention and more importantly to give high standards. The initial impression by many was to…[Read More]
Recently whilst carrying out training needs analysis with an organisation on Personal Safety Training, the question “WHY” was asked. The person asking the question did not ask it in a callous way or indeed mean any intent of questioning the training to be provided, but it was asked in the manner of why has it…[Read More]
Merry Christmas and thank you for making 2019 a great and fruitful year. Inclusive of our associate trainers, as without your support and hard work our position within the world of workplace violence would not be as prominent as it is at this time, so thank you as well. Our training in the Workplace Violence fields has immensely…[Read More]
If you or one of your colleagues was involved in an incident would you know what to do? Workplace Violence specialists Quell have put together their Top 10 Tips for keeping safe at work:
Personal Safety Training in Northern Ireland is it being ignored? Personal safety training is not just something that should be put down to as a box to tick exercise, as it should be taken seriously if you or members of your staff have a recognised risk of physical harm.
Lone Worker Training (Booking In & Out) Booking in & out of work or when conducting off site visits has been labelled over the years as “BIG BROTHER” and with that has developed an attitude towards the task.
We have already received comments and emails from our blog yesterday and as requested below is 9 reasons to why you may need a Workplace Violence Policy.
Dealing with Difficult People Training What kind of job do you think needs this type of training is? Well we can tell you at Quell a long list of jobs in the public, private and voluntary that actually does attend our training courses; however the problem we encounter from many staff is the admittance at…[Read More]
Lone Working Training: When Should I leave? To some your response to this question may be so simple, it may just roll off the tongue; maybe this is because you have attended a workshop on Lone Working Training.
Preventing workplace violence: Team Meetings Workplace Violence is not seeing a dramatic increase according to the HSE, but statistics show that nearly 46% of staff who have previously been assaulted are not reporting a second incident and personally I believe that is not a good sign.