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FREE online training for Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Organisations

Social Enterprise Kent - supporting businesses to return to the new normal

Social Enterprise Kent CIC are pleased to offer a FREE online training opportunity to Kent Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Organisations (VCSE) organisations with a turnover of under £100,000.

Due to demand, additional places have been released for ‘Supporting Businesses to Return to “The New Normal” – Managing the risks from Covid-19 and how to prepare to keep your staff and customers safe’.

Date: Wednesday, 26th August 2020. Time: 10:00 – 11:30.

This online Zoom session looks at the latest advice on managing the risks from Covid-19 and how to prepare to keep your staff and customers safe. This awareness session is useful for all businesses /organisations seeking advice and methods to reopen and restart business safely.

Identifying and implementing statutory requirements

  • Where to get the best advice and information.
  • What to include in your Covid-19 risk assessment.
  • Continuing to support those who are shielding.
  • Infection control.

What is Covid-19 and how is it spread?

  • Is alcohol gel a substitute for handwashing?
  • Keeping the workplace clean during the pandemic.
  • Keeping yourself clean and healthy.
  • Monitoring and control of social distancing.

The session lasts 90 minutes.

If you haven’t already had the opportunity to take part in this online session, bookings can be made at here. Places are limited and booking is essential.

Please note that places are limited to 2 people per organisation. However, should you require additional places please get in touch and we will be happy to talk to you about your individual organisation needs.

If your income is above £100,000, SEK are able to offer this training to your organisation at the discounted cost of £15pp. Please email to book.

For further information on this or other SEK training and events please email, or call 01227 469970.

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