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Online "fit & proper" training courses

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We recently got staff to sign off fit and proper forms. A few raised concerns that they didn't consider they'd had formal training on certain subjects. We'll have had informal chats, but no official training. Perhaps we need to look at a bunch of online courses staff do on day 1, and periodically there after.

I'm sure there must be some cheap and cheerful providers of online courses you work through to metaphorically tick the box, but a Google search didn't prove too useful. Maybe I'm searching the wrong terms. Any suggestions?

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By Andy556
31st Mar 2021 12:10

Depends what the subjects are. I always find in house training the best as you can tailor it to your business.
For technical training you've got Mercia courses, they are always good

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By Duggimon
31st Mar 2021 12:11

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Any suggestions?

I suggest you stop posting innocuous questions anonymously.

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By memyself-eye
31st Mar 2021 13:18

I'm cheap and cheerful - especially as there are only 11 hours to go
(I work a 24 hour day.....)

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By Hugo Fair
31st Mar 2021 13:40

Feels a bit like waiting around in the local supermarket for the day's sandwiches to be discounted in the evening!
Please don't take all the sunshine away with you ... but I really hope that the 'third life' is all that you wish for.

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By SteveHa
31st Mar 2021 15:16

Mmmmmmm. Discounted sandwiches.

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By stepurhan
31st Mar 2021 15:22

Since you are requiring them to sign the forms, you must know what they mean.

The cheapest option (financially at least) is therefore what these things mean yourself.

If you don't understand them yourself, you have a whole different problem.

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