COVID-19 In Hospitality
£20 + VAT
Our COVID-19 In Hospitality course is perfect for anyone that wants to know the up to date rules/guidelines in place for the hospitality environment.
All about this course
Our COVID-19 in Hospitality course is suitable for anyone working in the hospitality sector.
In this course you will learn that whilst there may remain some restrictions on the services that the hospitality sector can provide, they remain a sector where there is potential for rapid transmission of COVID-19 and this is due to the nature of their business where people are more likely to gather in groups and the fact that the requirement to wear face coverings is not needed where people are sitting at tables to eat or drink.
This is why it is extremely important that anyone working in the hospitality sector has up to date knowledge on COVID-19 and how they can keep themselves, other employees and customers safe.
You will be able to identify the different symptoms experienced from the virus and why some people are more affected than others.
In our COVID-19 in Hospitality course you will learn that any form of risk assessment that is carried out in the hospitality sector should fully address the risk of COVID-19, using official guidance to inform decisions and control measures that are put into place to ensure everyone’s safety.
You will also learn that employers have a duty to consult on health and safety, and consultation should occur with employees, taking into account their concerns and how risks will be managed whilst the business remains open.
You will look at the impact the virus has had so far on society and consider the ‘new normal’ that all of us need to face.
In order to complete the course, you must achieve 80% or more in the final multiple choice quiz.
You will earn 3 CPD points on completion of the course, this course will take around 3 hours to complete and the certificate will last for two years.
Institute of Hospitality approved
This course has been independently reviewed and accredited by the Institute of Hospitality. The IoH is the world’s largest body for people working in hospitality professions and globally recognised as a mark of quality. As an Institute of Hospitality accredited course, you can be sure that the materials covered are detailed and highly useful for anyone working in the hospitality and leisure industries.
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Fully CPD registered
Completed online with instant downloadable certificate
Up to date information in regards to COVID-19
Suitable for those working in hospitality
Complete the online multiple choice assessment as many times as you need to pass
Unit 1 – Introduction – This unit is designed to provide an introduction to COVID-19, where it is believed to have originated from and the impact it has had so far globally, especially on the economy and education. The unit will finish by explaining the latest Government guidance for COVID-19.
Unit 2 – Identifying and assessing risks – In this unit you will look at the importance of effective risk assessments for hospitality workers with regard to COVID-19 and consider the ways of preventing the spread of the virus. You will know that any form of risk assessment that is carried out in the hospitality business should fully address the risk of COVID-19, using official guidance to inform decisions and control measures that are put into place to ensure everyone’s safety.
Unit 3 – Symptoms of COVID-19 – This unit will look at the different symptoms experienced from the virus and why some people are more affected than others. You will also learn about people who have had COVID-19 and the handful of consistent symptoms between individuals, both in adults and children.
Unit 4 – Preventing the spread of COVID-19 – In this unit of our COVID-19 in Hospitality course you will look at possible ways of minimising and preventing the spread of Coronavirus. You will learn that any form of risk assessment must be agreed with staff and it is vital that it is reviewed and updated regularly, especially in response to new government guidance or when there has been an incident or near miss.
Unit 5 – Actions for hospitality businesses during COVID-19 – In this unit you will learn that working safely during the time of the COVID-19 pandemic has become of upmost importance in hospitality settings. It is one of the most difficult settings to ensure that social distancing takes place because of the basic nature of the settings where people attend to socialise with others.
Unit 6 – The new normal – In this unit you will look at the impact the virus has had so far on society, in particular in childcare settings, and consider the ‘new normal’ that all of us will need to face. You will also explore the ways to look after your wellbeing and mental health.