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Course Dates for the DVSA - Module 4 - CPC Vehicle Banksman and Manual Handling qualification.

DVSA - Module 4 - CPC Vehicle Banksman and Manual Handling course dates and locations

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This periodic training is aimed at all existing bus, coach and lorry drivers, who have acquired a licence and have to undertake 35 hours of training every 5 years to ensure their Driver CPC is current and they hold a Drivers Qualification Card (DQC).

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The DVSA - Module 4 - CPC Vehicle Banksman and Manual Handling qualification is available at these venues on these dates:-

DVSA - Module 4 - CPC Vehicle Banksman and Manual Handling is available for Distance Learning with the following training providers:

DVSA - Module 4 - CPC Vehicle Banksman and Manual Handling Distance Learning is carried out at your Home or Workplace in your own time at your own pace.
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DVSA - Module 4 - CPC Vehicle Banksman and Manual Handling is available for e-Learning with the following training providers:

DVSA - Module 4 - CPC Vehicle Banksman and Manual Handling e-Learning is carried out at your Home or Workplace in your own time at your own pace.
Support days are calculated from registration date and not from purchase date.

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DVSA - Module 4 - CPC Vehicle Banksman and Manual Handling is available for In-House (On-Site) Delivery with the following training providers:

DVSA - Module 4 - CPC Vehicle Banksman and Manual Handling In-House / On-Site courses are carried out at your Venue or Workplace at a time and date agreed with the Training Provider.

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DVSA - Module 4 - CPC Vehicle Banksman and Manual Handling

This periodic training is aimed at all existing bus, coach and lorry drivers, who have acquired a licence and have to undertake 35 hours of training every 5 years to ensure their Driver CPC is current and they hold a Drivers Qualification Card (DQC).

The first part of this course aims to ensure anyone who gives or receives signals to aid in the safe manoeuvring of vehicles fully understands industry-recognised and approved methods for doing so.

The second part of looks at aiming to reduce the overall number of accidents and injuries caused by improper manual handling each year, this course increases awareness around hazards and provides key information, advice and techniques for safe manual handing conduct.

Upon completion of the course, delegates will be able to:

  • Understand the role and responsibilities of a vehicle banksman.
  • Safely communicate using industry recognised signals.
  • Will be aware of, and understand, manual handling risk assessments that apply to their work and assess how to avoid hazardous manual handling techniques in the workplace.
  • Will be able to demonstrate and apply good manual handling technique in the workplace.
How is it assessed?

When completing this module in conjunction with another half-day session, delegates will receive a certificate of attendance and have seven hours Periodic CPC training uploaded on the DVSA Recording and Evidencing database.

There is no pass/fail element to this course. 


Highfield - Level 2 Award in Moving People Safely

This qualification will provide learners with the skills, knowledge and understanding required for those working in areas/sectors where the assistance and movement of people is part of their role. The objective of the qualification is to prepare learners for employment or to support a role in the workplace.

The qualification is suitable for those starting work, returning to work or who need specific training in the movement of people safely, as well as being a suitable qualification for safety refresher training. This qualification covers the safe moving and handling principles for both objects/load and the assistance of moving people.

The Highfield Level 2 Award in Moving People Safely (RQF) has been developed and is awarded by Highfield Qualifications and sits on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF). The RQF is a qualification framework regulated by Ofqual and CCEA Regulation. It is also suitable for delivery in Wales and is regulated by Qualifications Wales.

How is it assessed?

This qualification is assessed by 2 forms of assessment for each of the 2 mandatory units.

Unit 1: Manual handling safety at work

Unit 1: Part 1 - Multiple-choice question (MCQ) examination

Learning outcomes 1-3 are assessed by a 15-question multiple-choice examination that must be completed within 30 minutes. Successful learners will have to demonstrate knowledge across the assessment criteria within learning outcomes 1-3 and correctly answer at least 9 out of 15 questions or more to achieve a pass. Completed examination papers should be returned to Highfield Qualifications for marking and results will then be supplied to the Centre.

Unit 1: Part 2 - Practical Assessment

Learning outcome 4 is assessed by a competency-based assessment that is set by Highfield Qualifications and internally assessed and internally quality assured by the centre. Assessment decisions and IQA practices will be subject to external moderation by Highfield Qualifications. Successful learners will need to achieve pass in each element of the practical assessment and further information about the assessment elements are listed in Unit 1 within the Highfield Level 2 Award in Safe Moving and Handling Examination Declaration, Learner List and Practical Assessment Matrix. This is available from the Download Area of the Highfield Qualifications website. Once completed, this document should also be returned to Highfield Qualifications.

Unit 2: Moving People Safely

Unit 2: Part 1 - Multiple-choice question (MCQ) examination

Learning outcomes 1-3 are assessed by a 15-question multiple-choice examination that must be completed within 30 minutes. Successful learners will have to demonstrate knowledge across the assessment criteria within learning outcomes 1-3 and correctly answer at least 9 out of 15 questions or more to achieve a pass. Completed examination papers should be returned to Highfield Qualifications for marking and results will then be supplied to the Centre.

Unit 2: Part 2 - Practical Assessment

Learning outcome 4 is assessed by a competency-based assessment that is set by Highfield Qualifications and internally assessed and internally quality assured by the centre. Assessment decisions and IQA practices will be subject to external moderation by Highfield Qualifications. Successful learners will need to successfully demonstrate the relevant practical assessments as outlined in Unit 2 within the Highfield Level 2 Moving People Safely Examination Declaration, Learner List and Practical Assessment Matrix. Once completed, this document should also be returned to Highfield Qualifications.

IIRSM - Manual Handling
The course is a great way to improve manual handling awareness, especially for managers, supervisors, and employees who dont perform significant manual handling (for example office workers), and as a refresher to those who have previously received a trainer led manual handling course.

Manual handling awareness training should be provided to anyone who may be involved in their day to day work (from picking and packing in a warehouse, or handling products in a factory, to carrying everyday objects in an office).

Almost 40% of reported industrial injuries involve manual handling. Intrinsically workplaces involve a considerable amount of lifting and moving.

The Manual Operations Regulations 1992 require employers to avoid the necessity of employees having to undertake manual handling work. Where this is not possible a suitable and sufficient risk assessment must be made and suitable steps taken to reduce the risk of injury.

How is it assessed? Assessment is carried out during the course.
ITSSAR - Manual Handling
The ideal course for the person with no formal training in manual handling techniques. Applicants must be physically and mentally capable of conducting the full range of manual handling operations within your operation. If in doubt medical consultation is advised.
This course complies with the recommendations of the Health and Safety Commissions Approved Code Of Practice and Supplementary Guidance for Rider Operated Lift Truck Operator Training (L117).
How is it assessed? Theory and Practical Assessment
QA - Level 2 Award in Principles of Manual Handling

The QA Level 2 Award in Principles of Manual Handling (RQF) qualification has been specifically designed for all employees to help raise their awareness of the risks associated with unsafe manual handling practices. It is also ideal for those who might have to carry out manual handling as part of their job such as handling deliveries, parcels and boxes

Over a half day period, successful Learners will develop a greater awareness of manual handling, including: common manual handling injuries, the safe movement principles, theory of safe manual handling principles and manual handling equipment.

Please note that this qualification does not include practical sessions. Those requiring practical training should undertake the QA Level 2 Award in Safe Moving and Handling (RQF)

How is it assessed?

1 x Theory assessment (Multiple Choice Question Paper) and continuous formative assessment conducted throughout the course

QNUK - Level 2 Award in Manual Handling Loads at Work (RQF)

The QNUK Level 2 Award in Manual Handling Loads at Work (RQF) qualification is for those at work that require an understanding of the hazards associated with manual handling and how these can best be avoided. 

The programme is typically delivered over a day. 

The assessment includes practical elements as well as the knowledge element found in the QNUK Level 2 Award in Principles of Manual Handling at Work.

The QNUK Level 2 Award in Manual Handling Loads at Work (RQF) qualification provides knowledge and skills for those in the workplace, or those entering the workforce on the hazards and controls related to manual handling.

This is a qualification that indicates an individual can undertake a specific role in the workplace and that may be relied upon by employers.

This qualification comprises a single unit.

Guided learning hours (GLH) = 6

Total Qualification Time (TQT) = 6

How is it assessed?

There is a single multiple choice question paper. Learners must achieve a minimum of 70% to pass.

This qualification is available to those over 14 years. Candidates should be at least a level 1 numeracy and literacy or equivalent. 

Candidates should be physically capable of undertaking practical elements

QNUK - Level 2 Award in Principles of Manual Handling at Work (RQF)

The QNUK Level 2 Award in Principles of Manual Handling at Work(RQF) qualification is for those at work that require an understanding of the hazards associated with manual handling and how these can best be avoided. 

The programme is typically delivered over a half-day and with no practical assessment provides just the knowledge element. 

This may be more suited to those with existing injuries or those that cannot undertake practical tasks.

The QNUK Level 2 Award in Principles of Manual Handling at Work(RQF) qualification provides knowledge for those in the workplace, or those entering the workforce on the hazards and controls related to manual handling.

This is a qualification that prepares a learner to develop knowledge in a subject area.

This qualification comprises a single unit.

Guided learning hours (GLH) = 4

Total Qualification Time (TQT) = 4

How is it assessed?

There is a single multiple choice question paper. Learners must achieve a minimum of 70% to pass.

This qualification is available to those over 14 years. Candidates should be at least a level 1 numeracy and literacy or equivalent

Unaccredited - Client Manual Handling
Owing to the practical nature of this course a basic level of general fitness is required. Delegates must be physically able to carry out the procedures detailed in the course outline.
Musculoskeletal injury continues to account for significant sickness absence amongst the UK workforce.
How is it assessed?
Unaccredited - Manual Handling Awareness

Any personnel who are involved in manual handling and lifting at work, or have to train and assess those who are involved in manual handling in the workplace. If you are responsible in any way for the health and safety of people at work then you should attend this course.

The Manual Handling Awareness training course allows learners to appreciate the consequences of poor manual handling and enable them to use their knowledge to plan and use approved lifting techniques. The Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 require all employers to carry out training for staff who lift or carry loads. Delegates will gain an understanding of regulations as well as a practical knowledge of lifting and moving. They will be able to identify potential hazards and risks and determine the safest method of manual handling without injury.

How is it assessed?
Unaccredited - Manual Handling of Loads
Owing to the practical nature of this course a basic level of general fitness is required. Delegates must be physically able to carry out the procedures detailed in the course outline.
Musculoskeletal injury continues to account for significant sickness absence amongst the UK workforce, and in many cases minor bad habits simply go unnoticed for years as cumulative damage occurs
How is it assessed?
Unaccredited - Moving People Safely

This course will provide learners with the skills, knowledge and understanding required for those working in areas/sectors where the assistance and movement of people is part of their role. The objective of the course is to prepare learners for employment or to support a role in the workplace.

The course is suitable for those starting work, returning to work or who need specific training in the movement of people safely. This course covers the safe moving and handling principles for both objects/load and the assistance of moving people.

How is it assessed?

It is assessed by Continual observation of practice by the tutor.

Unaccredited - The West of England Moving and Handling Trainers Foundation Course Update

This course is is suitable for staff involved in the education and teaching of others in a wide variety of environments, attendees on this course include:

  • Somerset County Council Occupational Therapists
  • University of the West of England Course Lecturers
  • Care UK
  • Milestones Trust
  • North Bristol Trust
  • Star College
  • Domiciliary Care Providers
  • United Healthcare Bristol
  • Children’s Hospice South West
  • Able Care Homes

Established over 20 years ago and highly regarded amongst the health and social care community. The course is regularly attended by occupational therapists, registered nurses, care managers, health and safety professionals, care supervisors, owner managers and equipment manufacturers.

The course is delivered by knowledgeable and enthusiastic moving and handling consultants and trainers all of whom hold adult teaching qualifications supported by a professional qualification and considerable, hands on practical experience in a wide variety of health and social care settings.

How is it assessed?