More people than ever before have swapped their daily office commute for a shuffle down the hallway to a home-based workstation. It’s certainly a cultural shift!
Trying to establish a productive work routine in the epicentre of our home lives can seem like an impossible task, but don’t worry – this course is here to help.
We’ll provide some tips and advice on how to become an effective home worker. You’ll receive guidance on setting up your workspace, staying safe and secure, communicating remotely, and maintaining productivity while away from the office.
As you adapt your working practices to help maintain the smooth running of your business, remember that your company is there to support you every step of the way.
The main topics covered in this course are:
- Managing home workers’ health and safety
- Risk assessment
- What to cover for home workers
- Setting up your workspace
- Setting boundaries
- Staying safe and secure
- Collaborating remotely
- Finding a routine
- End of session quiz
By the end of this course, you should be able to:
- Recognise the characteristics of an effective home working environment
- Develop and maintain safe home working behaviours
- Maintain effective information security and data protection practices
- Understand the importance of good communication when working remotely
- Identify practical strategies to increase your productivity
- Recognise the importance of looking after your mental health and wellbeing
How to Enrol
If you are interested in purchasing this, or any of our e-Learning courses, please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Once enrolment is complete, each delegate will receive a link which allows them to log onto the system and complete the course as and when required.
Please note, when it comes to purchasing our e-Learning courses, you are not required to buy a minimum number of courses or enrol a minimum number of delegates. Whether you need one course for one member of staff, or the full course package for the whole team, we’d love to hear from you.