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Being a Good Employer Module 2 : Induction and Probation - 11am - 3.30pm

Monday 1st October

Being a Good Employer – this course has been created for individual employers and is split into three modules, of which all three can be attended or which ever ones you feel necessary for yourself.

Module 2 – Induction and Probation

Venue :Sheffield Carers Centre, Ground Floor East, Concept House, 5 Young Street, Sheffield S1 4UP

Course Aims:

  • To introduce the key elements of Probation and Induction and understand why they are important.
  • To understand what needs to be included in the Written Statement/ Employment Contract.
  • To understand the stages involved in planning for a PA to start work.
  • To understand Health and Safety obligations.
  • To know how to act lawfully including being aware of pre-employment checks.


Identify the stages involved in planning for effective Induction and Probation.

Know how to conduct a Health and Safety Risk Assessment.

Know where to go for more help and further knowledge.
Full details of the training courses for Personal Assistants on various topics are available in our training leaflet .

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