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…. ING. THE HIDDEN PLACE IN THE PICTURE’S IS:. Apprentice Induction. Tutor – Michael Holt. Before we begin. No expected fire drills Fire exits at main entrance and in the Engineering workshop First Aid officers: . Rhuana Begum (Reception). Gareth Ellison (Plumbing 1 st floor).

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Tutor – Michael Holt

Before we begin

  • No expected fire drills

  • Fire exits at main entrance and in the Engineering workshop

  • First Aid officers:

Rhuana Begum


Gareth Ellison

(Plumbing 1st floor)

Dave Hilton

(Engineering ground floor)


  • Introduction: - register , safety boot size, and chest size for coveralls.

  • Quick tour of Engineering.

  • Quality Policy/Mission Statement of RTA

  • Health & Safety Policy/Practice

  • Workshop/ Training Centre Rules

  • Centre Layout – map activity


  • First Aid

  • Fire Precautions

  • Hours of work

  • Sickness

  • Discipline.......................

  • RTA family tree.


  • Foot, eye, and hand safety DVD’s (questions and answers)

Day one

Day two

NVQ Framework

City & Guilds 2850 Tech Cert. Framework

Types of Programmes run by RTA

Placement Training

Explanation of Functional Skills

Equality and Diversity Awareness Induction


Housekeeping and Lifting & Carrying videos

Day three

(morning only)

Equality and Diversity Awareness Induction


Housekeeping and Lifting & Carrying DVD’s

Make sure all learners have their PPE

(coveralls, safety boots & glasses).


Every one onto their section



Procedures by which the Safety Policy will be put into practice







P.P.E .

Personal Protective Equipment

Short Hair

Safety Glasses

No sharp tools in pocket

Sleeves rolled up

Correctly fitting overalls

Safety boots

Dress/Safety Equipment. (PPE)

RTA operates a


policy in all of its buildings and car park.

(Use the smoking shelter)


Just so we can get to know each other…

We should LIEto each other!

STEP 1: First introduce yourself, however you feel comfortable

STEP 2: Think of 1 really good LIE to fool the group

STEP 3: Add 2 tablespoons of TRUTH and you’ve made a really great soup

The rest of us have to guess the lie from the truth

Course Tutors & Assessors

Will be delivering:

NVQ. Electrical Wiring & Testing

N.V.Q Electronic assembly and wiring.

Will be delivering:

2850 C&G L2 Tech. Cert.

Principles of Manufacture, Turning & Milling.

Plus N.V.Q Diploma-

Turning & Milling.

Gary Horne

David Hilton

Will be delivering:

2850 C &G L2 Tech. Cert.

Sheet Metal, TIG & Principles of welding & NVQ Diploma.

David Simpson

Course Tutors & Assesors

Will be delivering:

Tech Cert. 2850. C.A.D. and Functional Skills

Will be delivering:

Tech Cert. 2850. Fitting & Mandatory Units

Plus NVQ Diploma in Fitting

Bob Lord

Colin Bates

Michael Holt – Chief Instructor / Assessor & Tutor

Will be helping in the delivery of:

NVQ. Electrical Wiring & Testing

N.V.Q Electronic assembly

Attendance rules:

  • Please ensure you arrive BEFORE 8:00 am

  • If you can NOT attend or are running late please call reception on the following telephone number:

01706 631 417

Ask for Michael Holt

Ground Rules

  • You decide and I’ll write – one rule from each person

  • I’ll put it on the wall

Attendance rulesStart and Finishing times for:


Start and Finish Times:

  • Start timeMonday to Friday…………………....8.00am

  • Finish time Monday & Wednesday..................4.30pm

  • Finish time Tuesday & Thursday.......................5.30pm (2850 Tech.Cert. Only)

  • Finish time Friday………………………………....3.30pm

    Official / Mandatory Break times:

  • Dinner break……………………………………...12.30 - 1.00pm

    The following breaks are allowed at the discretion

    of the Chief Instructor :-

  • Morning break10.00am - 10.15am (15min)

  • Afternoon break2.45pm - 3.00pm (15min)

Attendance rules:

Time keeping

  • Any trainee who is late 6 times or more in ONE MONTH, (four weeks training), will, in the first instance be given a verbal warning by the workshop Manager.

  • If a second occasion arises, a formal written warning will be given by the Workshop Manager, with copies forwarded to parent’s, and company, and the trainee will be suspended from the training Workshop for a period of three days.

  • If a third occasion arises, a written request to withdraw the trainee from the course will be sent by the Workshop Manager to the Company employing the trainee.

Attendance rules:

Work Commencement.

The bell ringing at 8.00 am and 1.00 pm indicates that work will commence :

Anyone having to be told repeatedly to commence work will be subject to the disciplinary procedure, mentioned before.


Health & Safety

  • Whatever sort of business you are, there is always the possibility of an accident or damage to someone’s health.

  • All work exposes people to hazards, be it:

    • loads which have to be manually handled

    • dangerous machinery

    • toxic substances

    • Electricity

    • working with Display Screen Equipment

    • psychological hazards such as stress

5 Minutes

At Rochdale Training we take our Colleagues and Learners H&S very seriously! From our Health checks when signing learners up or to DSE checks on our staff… we are always vigilant.

Individually – research an article, website or story about an accident or injury occurring in the workplace

Feedback to the group

Equality & Diversity

  • Equality- treating people with respect and dignity regardless of differences

  • Diversity - The more diverse our staff and students populations are, the more we will all benefit due to the  rich mix of backgrounds, heritages, ages, experiences and skills.

  • You will all be taking an E & D

    course soon.

In pairs – spend a few minutes discussing certain discrimination you have either witnessed or have been a victim of – discuss whether you feel it had been dealt with appropriately


Safeguarding means protecting people’s health, wellbeing and human rights, and enabling them to live free from harm, abuse and neglect.

  • Safeguarding Officers

  • CCTV

  • Visitor badges

  • Talking to Tutors

  • Ground rules

  • CEOPS (Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre)

  • Policies and procedures




Are there any Questions?

Get some lunch!!!45 min. break

Check the picture clues coming up – Can you guess the famous person?

The Famous person is:


  • Foot, eye, and hand safety DVD’s

    (questions and answers)

Course components


The course components of your Apprenticeship


Course components

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