QA Level 3 Award in Risk Assessment (RQF)

This regulated and nationally recognised qualification is specifically designed to provide Learners with the knowledge and skills required to conduct risk assessments in low risk premises.

Intended Audience

The QA Level 3 Award in Risk Assessment (RQF) is ideal for those who have a responsibility for conducting risk assessments in low risk environments, such as supervisors and site managers. This qualification is also suitable for those who significantly contribute to the risk assessment process, e.g. team leaders and technicians.

Course OverviewQualification Specification

During this 2 day course, Learners will develop their knowledge of risk assessment processes so that they can apply their knowledge and skills when completing risk assessments in the workplace. Topics covered include: the importance of health and safety in the workplace, the principles involved in risk assessment and the relationship between hazard and risk as part of an accident and ill health strategy. For a more detailed overview of the topics covered, please download the Qualification Specification.

Learners will apply their knowledge of the risk assessment process by completing risk assessments of the workplace.

Assessment Methods

1 x 30 Multiple Choice Question Paper (Theory assessment), risk assessment and continuous formative assessment conducted throughout the course.

Learner Registration Fees

Here at Qualsafe Awards we are passionate about providing the highest quality service and support at competitive prices. That's why our Centres can save up to 12.5% on Learner Registrations with our tiered pricing system!

Standard Price 150-249 Learners
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250-499 Learners
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500+ Learners
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£19.50 £18.03 £17.55 £17.06

Price includes:

Multiple Choice Question Papers, Risk Assessment Forms and Assessment Guides.

Successful Learners will receive a QA Level 3 Award in Risk Assessment (RQF) certificate personalised with their Centre’s details.

 

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