Last week I blogged about the Supreme Court Ruling in a case that raised the issue of the 'Non-Delegable Duty of care' owed to a pupil by it's school. This Supreme Court ruling has now set a case precedent that has implications for organisations and individuals in many different occupational areas.
One solution to this issue is this: If you are a trainer delivering the SIA Approved Module 4 PI Unit of the Door Supervisors License to Practice Award and you are interested in mapping over to the NFPS system so that you can be licensed to use our material then simply click on the link below to send us an e-mail and we will get back in touch with you to see how we can help you.
When you do map over to us we will provide you with all of the material to run the PI Level 2 (Module 4) Unit FREE of charge, which includes: lesson plans, attendance sheets, post course questionnaires, license agreements, student manual, powerpoint presentations, assessment papers, student workbooks, internal verification checklists, so all you have to do is simply print to demand.
When you use our Licensed Material there are no other direct or hidden costs involved or payable to us at all. You don't even need to register your learner's with us and you don't need to pay us any additional certification costs which can literally save you hundreds of pounds in additional costs.
The main benefit however, is that you will be able to train all of your staff / learners in one system of physical intervention which will help reduce your liability.
If this interests you then simply register your interest by going to our contact us page, filling it in and sending it to us: http://www.nfps.info/contact-us-1.
To read the blog post on the recent Supreme Court ruling click here: http://www.nfps.info/_blog/NFPS_Blog/post/non-delegable-duty-of-care/