Ideas for Starting a Food Business From Home
Recording the core temperatures of food is a crucial part of your food management system. Download your free core temperature log sheet here.
Trade marks, copyright, patents and trade secrets are all part of intellectual property law. Find out how to decide which will be best for your business here.
We’re proud to announce that High Speed Training has been recognised in three Best Companies Lists 2021. Learn more about what that means here.
As restaurants prepare to reopen their doors after a closure, it’s important to consider some safety measures. Download our free checklist, here.
The threat of a cyber attack is very much a real prospect for food and drink manufacturers. We cover the cyber security threats and the BRCGS standards here.
Before you reopen your hospitality business, it’s important to show guests that your venue is COVID safe. Find tips on promoting safety measures here.
Toolbox talks are incredibly effective for cementing health and safety knowledge. We explain what they involve and provide construction topic examples here.
We’re the first training provider in the UK to receive the prestigious Skills for Health Quality Mark Digital accreditation. Learn more about what that means for our learners here.
Having the confidence in your ability to carry out the primary survey steps is an essential part of administering first aid. Learn the DRABC steps here.
Supporting pupils with special educational needs is an essential part of any teacher’s job. Find teaching strategies for supporting SEN in the classroom here.
Our article provides guidance on how to choose a school. Exploring the different types of schools, and things to consider when choosing.
The Care Certificate helps to standardise the training of health and social care workers. We outline what it involves and how you can achieve it here.
ECT years – formerly NQT – involve key steps to prepare you for your teaching career. We outline what to expect and provide some tips here.
Your duty of care is a legal obligation and something you must abide by. We explain how health and social care workers demonstrate duty of care here.
If you work in the early years sector, it’s vital that you are aware of the EYFS changes. We outline how you can implement the changes in your setting here.