Have you ever made a journey and not quite realised how you got to your destination? Many of us navigate daily life on ‘autopilot’, oblivious to our surroundings, and with little attention to our personal safety.
While we live in a relatively ‘of the world, a recent recorded 11.5 million offences in just one year in England and Wales alone.
One of the biggest threats to personal safety is assuming ‘it’ll never happen to me’ – but just because you haven’t been affected by crime yet, doesn’t mean you won’t ever be.
This course aims to raise awareness of common risks to personal safety and offers strategies that can help you minimise your chances of becoming a victim of crime.
By the end of the course, you should be able to:
- Recognise the importance of confidence and preparation in staying safe
- Understand how reducing ‘opportunity’ for criminals increases safety
- Avoid situations and environments that may place you at greater risk
- Practice safe behaviours at work, home, in public, and while travelling
- Know what to do if you feel unsafe or become a victim of crime
The main topics covered in this course are:
- Your work environment
- Lone working
- Travelling safely
- Public places
- Dealing with incidents
- End of session quiz
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.