About The Course

The Lone working course is designed for those who work alone as a part of their role, this applies to various roles in different settings. This course focuses on the Health and Social care sector where employee may be travelling to clients own homes or working in supported living, where they are alone with a client/clients.

The course provides learners with an understanding of the law in regards to lone working and the practical strategies that can be used to keep lone workers safe.

Learners must demonstrate a willingness to learn and participate in all group activities, case studies and group discussions.
All learners will receive a certificate of completion
3 Hours, typical course times are 0930-1630.
The course can be delivered at locations to suit the client
A maximum of 15 learners per trainer are allowed


Key Features

Understanding what lone working is and the situations that would be classed as lone working
The importance of risk assessments when lone working
Historical case studies of lone working
The law and lone working
Practical strategies for safe lone working