Please enjoy free of charge, the fourth lesson in this series for moving and handling instructors. This 20 minute discourse considers the well known phrase "Duty of Care". But where does it come from? What does it mean? And how can you demonstrate a duty of care towards your students?
The presentation you see in the video is available for paying customers along with the 46 page Moving & Handling Instructors Manual, which gives an explanation of how to use the 81 page presentation effectively.
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* Perception (released April 2021)
* Anatomy of the Spine (released May 2021)
* Postural Risk Analysis (released June 2021)
* Duty of Care (released July 2021)
* Natural Patterns of Movement (coming August 2021)
How do you like coffee? I like mine with one sugar and a good amount of milk. What about when someone else makes it for you? Depending upon who makes it, the experience can range from pleasant to foul. A good coffee shop barista will ask how you like it and deliver it with flair?
We are all unique. The way we walk, stand up, sit down, get into bed, get out of bed, it all differs from one person to the next. And yet, a typical moving and handling training session comprises of you as the trainer teaching your students how to move people that you haven't even met. This is how we move people, you cannot do that. They then go into the work place and hopefully implement what they've been taught.
In effect, we are teaching our students how to make a cup of coffee that hopefully everyone will enjoy. It's unrealistic.
This course aims to enable you to bring your students from greasy joe cafe standard to baristas of moving and handling.
What makes this course different?
Have you ever attended a course then a few days later thought, what was that point again? You look through your notes only to realise that you are not as good at shorthand as you thought you were. Well, with this course, you can play it again at no additional cost.
How many courses have you attended where you can attend again next year free of charge? In fact, once you have paid the one time fee, you have lifetime access to the course. Unless you request a refund of course. What was that? a refund? Yes, you heard right. A refund.
How many courses have you attended where you can get a full 100% refund up to 7 days after the event, no questions asked? That's how confident I am that you will benefit from this course. You can try out the suggestions you will receive in the course in your own sessions and if they haven't made you a better instructor, request a refund.
So you have nothing to lose, give it a go and see your skills as a trainer improve. Click the buy button now and I will see you inside the course.