The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) are the Government regulators of the laws and legislation for GDPR and CCTV and hold all the appropriate articles and guidelines for you to see what should - and should not - be happening with your images.

You have the right in law to ask all businesses if they are registered with the ICO (this is a condition of law) and for them to show that they are able to demonstrate compliance.

This course is designed to show you exactly where you stand with the law in relation to CCTV and just how much things have changed as a result of the GDPR of May 25th 2018.


Who is this course suitable for?

This course is particularly important to self-employed people and business that employ the use of CCTV during the course of their employment and business, such as taxi drivers and operators, security operatives and their companies, etc.

It will give an accurate overview as to exactly where you stand in relation to the law and the absolute requirement to be compliant at all times.

This course is designed for small to medium businesses or a sole trader as well as managers and staff alike. There are simply too many new laws and changes in legislation, some made on a regular basis, and it can be a struggle to keep up to date with the changes.


Designed with Employment Law, GDPR, Health and Safety, Fire Safety as well as new tax regulations and guidance, this course is an invaluable source of knowledge that will help you deal with issues more effectively and efficiently in what is an increasingly regulated world of business. It will allow you to remain compliant and not fall foul of the complex laws, which could in turn lead to severe financial penalties that will impact greatly on you and your company.


Our online First Aid course is vital for everyone in the workplace or at home, you never know when you may need to use first aid skills and have the confidence to act in, what could be, a potentially life-threatening situation.

This first aid training course gives you sufficient knowledge of first aid, however, it does not replace, practical training. 

Always seek medical advice in case of emergency.



Stress is fast becoming the number one workplace illness and can affect anyone of us at any time causing serious risks to health. Under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, all employers must ensure the health and safety of their employees, including minimising the risk of stress-related illness.


Who is it suitable for?

The Stress Management course is suitable for people at all levels, both employers and employees. The online training will provide practical advice and effective strategies to help reduce workplace stress.

Are you GDPR aware?
Do you understand GDPR?
Is GDPR relevant to your role/business?

This course has been designed to help you gain a better understanding of GDPR awareness and compliancy that is legally required by the Information Commissioners Office (ICO)

The course will take approximately 90 minutes and there is a test that is required to be taken and passed to demonstrate awareness.

You will also have access to document templates that will help you comply with the new laws.

A certificate will be issued on passing the relevant required grade.