Viewing posts from: July 2014

Load Management Theory & Client Handling Techniques Key Trainer Refresher Course

Janet Brewer visited Mouchel in Middlesbrough on the 22nd July to deliver a Load Management Theory & Client Handling Techniques refresher course to three Key Trainers. Attending we had Pauline Harbron from Mouchel, Kelvin Beattie and Patrick Hughes from Age UK. A very productive day was had by the Key Trainers and Janet received lovely feedback including ” Janet is very professional and knowledgeable

LMT refresher course at Mouchel on the 22nd July 2014

Pictured left to right we have Kelvin Beattie, Pauline Harbron and Patrick Hughes

Liverpool City Council Train the Trainer Course

Janet Brewer spent this week at Sandfield Park School in Liverpool training seven new Handling People with Special Needs Key Trainers. Attending the course we had Angela Taylor, Lynne Brown and Kevin Gauden from

Liverpool City Council 14-18 July 14

Pictured we have in the back row left to right Emma Cummerson, Kevin Gauden, Lynne Brown, Sarah Mooney and Angela Taylor and in the front row Zoey Lucas and Chantelle Townley

Sandfield Park School,Emma Cummerson and Zoey Lucas from Millstead School, Chantelle Townley from Rowan Park School and Sarah Mooney from Redbridge High School. A great week was had by all with lots of new information and techniques practiced.

Handling People with Special Needs One Day Refresher – City of York!

Today, on the 17th July, Janet Hunt was In York, at Hob Moor Oaks School delivering a Handling People with Special Needs Education 1 Day Evaluation Refresher Workshop to some of our already trained trainers. This was a day about reinforcing knowledge retention and to ensure the trainers can still safely deliver training. On the course today we had Christine Walmsley and Sarah Sinnott from the venue school; we  had Susan Reid and Christine Bolton from Moray Council, we also had Andrew Gullon from Sir Charles Parsons School, and finally Dixon Kennedy from Darlington Education Village.

Above we have the participants, from left to right we have, Dixon, Andrew, Christine B, Susan, Sarah and Christine W.

We had some brilliant feedback from the course with Sarah saying

“I liked the small group, it lead to a relaxed atmosphere and open discussions, I think this was a great opportunity to problem solve and to openly problem solve…Fab Trainer!”

Handling People with Special Needs Education Refresher – Green Park School

Today Janet Hunt was in Bilson with Greenpark School delivering a Handling People with Special Needs Education 1 Day Evaluation Refresher Workshop. In attendance for the day we had three ladies all from the school where the course was being held, we had Anglea EssonDoreeta Norman and Trudy O’Hara.

Unfortunately we don’t have a photo for this course but we do have some fantastic feedback, Trudy said

“I liked solving issues we were having with the practical aspect with a particular pupil, I also liked talking though techniques we are using. The whole day was positive. It is really good to have time to talk about manual handling!”

(Course - 14/07/14) 

Handling People with Special Needs Train The Trainer Course 7th – 11th July 2014

Janet Brewer spent this week at The Castle School in Newbury to train six new Handling People with Special Needs Key Trainers. A very productive week was had by all with fantastic feedback from the new Key Trainers including ” a very enjoyable and interesting course

The Castle School 7-11 July 14

Pictured left to right we have Angela Coulson from Manor Green School, Artee Ladwa from Mandeville School, Shandi Agin from William Morris School, Sue Patey from The Castle School and Janette Kerry from East Anglia Children’s Hospices and at the front we have Ashleigh Palmer-Johnson from Manor Green School .

We also received brilliant feedback from Ashleigh and we are pleased that we have helped her to gain confidence when delivering training in the future “looking at the things I knew before the course and comparing them with the things I know after completing the course I feel so much more knowledgeable and confident about the whole area of manual handling and i am very much looking forward to applying manual handling training to the staff “.