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DSE Assessor courses...coming to a venue near you!

Illustration of trainerWorkRite’s trainers are again taking to the road to give people the chance to gain or improve their skills as DSE Assessors.

Over the next few months they’ll be running their highly respected one-day DSE Assessor and Advanced DSE Assessor courses in towns and cities as far apart as Aberdeen and Bristol.

Dates and venues already agreed through to early summer are as follows:

 

 

 

DSE Assessor

Milton Keynes (21 Feb); Aberdeen (28 Feb); Edinburgh (28 Feb); Bristol (6 March); Leeds (17 April); London (24 April); Glasgow (9 May); Birmingham (15 May); Oxford (22 May); London (29 May); Newcastle (26 June); London (10 July); Cambridge (17 July).

Advanced DSE Assessor

Milton Keynes (22 Feb); Edinburgh (29 Feb); Bristol (7 March); Leeds (18 April); Glasgow (10 May); Birmingham (16 May); Oxford (23 May); London (30 May); Newcastle (27 June); Cambridge (18 July).

All the courses offer an interesting and stimulating learning environment where the emphasis is on participation and interaction. Our trainers are highly-qualified professionals experienced in a variety of training techniques and have extensive previous ‘real world’ experience.

The basic DSE Assessor course provides people with an understanding of common musculoskeletal disorders, the regulations associated with DSE assessment, an overview of common workstation errors and an insight into possible solutions.

At the end of it, delegates will be equipped to assess the workstations of those around them in line with the Display Screen Equipment regulations.

The Advanced DSE Assessor course updates and increases the knowledge of those who are already trained and have some Assessor experience so that they are able to understand more clearly the risks associated with using computers incorrectly and be able to identify possible solutions. The courses also provide a great opportunity for delegates to share their assessor experiences.