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This module is designed to give you an overview of good DSE practice at work, and by the end of the module you will be able to:

  • Explain what DSE is and why it is important
  • Identify the risks of using DSE
  • Set up your workstation and influence your working environment to minimise risk
  • Be proactive about monitoring risk

The course should take around 20 minutes to complete

We would be grateful if you could take five minutes to complete this short questionnaire.

 

All information held by the council, in all formats, represents a extremely valuable asset and therefore must be used and stored in a secure manner.

 
 

An introduction to time management and the cost of lost time, as well as the barriers to effective time management.

Welcome to the e-learning module on Data Protection.The aim of the module is to provide all Members with an understanding of the Data Protection Act.
We'll identify appropriate opportunities for mentoring, and look at the various benefits
This course will provide you with information on the different forms bullying and harassment can take, and the process and procedure to follow should you be witness to or subjected to any of these instances

This course is designed to help you learn the basics of what fraud and corruption is.

 
Customer service is a team effort and not just the responsibility of employees who deal with the public directly.It changes the success of any organisation whether they are in business to make a profit or provide a service to the public. The higher quality of customer service you provide, the higher level of customer satisfaction you will receive.
Being deaf or hard of hearing can mean very different things to different people. Some people may feel more comfortable with particular words to describe their own deafness. They might feel strongly about terms they don't like. This course is designed to provide information about the deaf community and the different methods of communications available.
This course looks at why equality and diversity matters and shows that, by embedding the principles of equality and diversity into our day-to-day work, we can make the council and the borough a better place for everyone.
This module outlines the requirements under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA)
This module focuses on the law and good practice on recruitment interviewing.
 
 

Safeguarding is about keeping the most vulnerable people safe from abuse.  The aim of this course is to increase your awareness and understanding of what safeguarding means and how you can make a positive contribution towards the process.

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