Apprentice Induction Tutor – Michael Holt THE HIDDEN PLACE IN THE PICTURE’S IS:
Before we begin No expected fire drills Fire exits at main entrance and in the Engineering workshop First Aid officers: Rhuana Begum (Reception) Gareth Ellison (Plumbing 1 st floor) Dave Hilton (Engineering ground floor)
Day one MORNING: Introduction: - register, safety boot size, and chest size for coveralls. Quick tour of Engineering. Quality Policy/Mission Statement of RTA Health & Safety Policy/Practice Workshop/ Training Centre Rules Centre Layout – map activity TEA/COFFEE BREAK First Aid Fire Precautions Hours of work Sickness Discipline....................... RTA family tree. LUNCH BREAK Foot, eye, and hand safety DVD’s (questions and answers)
Day two NVQ Framework City & Guilds 2850 Tech Cert. Framework Types of Programmes run by RTA Placement Training Explanation of Functional Skills Equality and Diversity Awareness Induction Or Housekeeping and Lifting & Carrying videos
Day three (morning only) Equality and Diversity Awareness Induction Or Housekeeping and Lifting & Carrying DVD’s Make sure all learners have their PPE (coveralls, safety boots & glasses). Then Every one onto their section
TRAINING WORKSHOP RULES Safety glasses / goggles must be worn when required All trainees must wear, correctly, the necessary Safety Equipment, (from here-on known as PPE) in the Training Workshop Overall sleeves must be rolled up to the elbow when working in the machine sections. Overalls & boots to be kept clean & in good condition Overalls must be worn correctly and not around the waist No cap’s, boots, overalls other than RTA issue
16 Dress/Safety Equipment. (PPE) Short Hair Safety Glasses No sharp tools in pocket Sleeves rolled up Correctly fitting overalls Safety boots P.P.E. (ALL PPE must be RTA issue). Personal Protective Equipment
Housekeeping Clean up after yourselves by the end of each session Drinks in vending machines & cold water dispensers Non smoking building No drinks near computers H&S Toilets are near the Instructors offices.
18 RTA operates a NO SMOKING policy in all of its buildings and car park. (Use the smoking shelter)
Just so we can get to know each other… We should LIE to each other! STEP 1: First introduce yourself, however you feel comfortable STEP 2: Think of 1 really good LIE to fool the group STEP 3: Add 2 tablespoons of TRUTH and you’ve made a really great soup The rest of us have to guess the lie from the truth
Course Tutors & Assessors Will be delivering: NVQ. Electrical Wiring & Testing N.V.Q Electronic assembly and wiring. Will be delivering: 2850 C&G L2 Tech. Cert. Principles of Manufacture, Turning & Milling. Plus N.V.Q Diploma- Turning & Milling. Will be delivering: 2850 C &G L2 Tech. Cert. Sheet Metal, TIG & Principles of welding & NVQ Diploma. Gary Horne David Hilton David Simpson
Course Tutors & Assesors Will be delivering: Tech Cert. 2850. C.A.D. and Functional Skills Will be delivering: Tech Cert. 2850. Fitting & Mandatory Units Plus NVQ Diploma in Fitting Michael Holt – Chief Instructor / Assessor & Tutor Will be helping in the delivery of: NVQ. Electrical Wiring & Testing N.V.Q Electronic assembly Bob Lord Colin Bates
Attendance rules: Please ensure you arrive BEFORE 8:00 am If you can NOT attend or are running late please call reception on the following telephone number:
Ground Rules You decide and I’ll write – one rule from each person I’ll put it on the wall
Attendance rules Start and Finishing times for: ENGINEERING Start and Finish Times: Start time Monday to Friday…………………....8.00am Finish time Monday & Wednesday..................4.30pm Finish time Tuesday & Thursday.......................5.30pm (2850 Tech.Cert. Only) Finish time Friday………………………………....3.30pm Official / Mandatory Break times: Dinner break……………………………………...12.30 - 1.00pm The following breaks are allowed at the discretion of the Chief Instructor :- Morning break10.00am - 10.15am (15min) Afternoon break2.45pm - 3.00pm (15min )
Attendance rules: Time keeping Any trainee who is late 6 times or more in ONE MONTH, (four weeks training), will, in the first instance be given a verbal warning by the workshop Manager. If a second occasion arises, a formal written warning will be given by the Workshop Manager, with copies forwarded to parent’s, and company, and the trainee will be suspended from the training Workshop for a period of three days. If a third occasion arises, a written request to withdraw the trainee from the course will be sent by the Workshop Manager to the Company employing the trainee.
Work Commencement. The bell ringing at 8.00 am and 1.00 pm indicates that work will commence : Anyone having to be told repeatedly to commence work will be subject to the disciplinary procedure, mentioned before. Attendance rules: BELL
TRAINING WORKSHOP GROUND RULES Persistent talking Not wearing Safety Equipment in designated areas Not following washing-off procedures Not competing Logbook/portfoli/ Mem stick entries before /after each job. Moving off your section or work area without informing your instructor
Health & Safety Whatever sort of business you are, there is always the possibility of an accident or damage to someone’s health. All work exposes people to hazards, be it: loads which have to be manually handled dangerous machinery toxic substances Electricity working with Display Screen Equipment psychological hazards such as stress At Rochdale Training we take our Colleagues and Learners H&S very seriously! From our Health checks when signing learners up or to DSE checks on our staff… we are always vigilant. Individually – research an article, website or story about an accident or injury occurring in the workplace Feedback to the group
Equality & Diversity Equality - treating people with respect and dignity regardless of differences Diversity - The more diverse our staff and students populations are, the more we will all benefit due to the rich mix of backgrounds, heritages, ages, experiences and skills. You will all be taking an E & D course soon. In pairs – spend a few minutes discussing certain discrimination you have either witnessed or have been a victim of – discuss whether you feel it had been dealt with appropriately
Safeguarding Safeguarding Officers CCTV Visitor badges Talking to Tutors Ground rules CEOPS (Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre) Policies and procedures HOW DO WE KEEP YOU SAFE? Safeguarding means protecting people’s health, wellbeing and human rights, and enabling them to live free from harm, abuse and neglect.
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