The DSE-VDU Risk Assessors Course is a one-day, NISO certified course.
The role of the DSE/VDU Assessor is to assess the workstation of a user and to impart the knowledge required to work safely at a Display Screen Equipment (DSE) / Visual Display Units (VDU) workstation in accordance with the requirements of the 2007 General Application Regulations.
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DSE-VDU Risk Assessors Course is a 1-day NISO Certified course.
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The DSE-VDU Assessor role is to assess the workstation of a user and to impart the knowledge required to work safely at a Display Screen Equipment (DSE) / Visual Display Units (VDU) workstation in accordance with the requirements of the 2007 General Application Regulations.
To provide the knowledge and skills necessary for the assessment of DSE/VDU in the workplace.
After completion of the course, you will be able to
Who should attend?
1 day from 9am to 5pm
The course is presented in a modular format and includes problem based learning and practical exercises.
At the end of the day, there is an exam that consists of multiple choice questions (MCQ). [Classroom-based courses only]
NISO provides a training pack.
Course Certificate / Validation
Participants who have successfully completed the course will be issued with a NISO certificate.
Q: What am I certified to do on completion of the DSE-VDU Risk Assessors Course?
A: Upon successful completion of the 1-day DSE-VDU Risk Assessors Course in NISO, a learner will be certified as being competent to complete a Risk Assessment of a person’s DSE/VDU workstation in accordance with the requirements of the 2007 General Application Regulations.
These assessments are not focused on merely assessing a DSE/VDU Workstation, it is about ensuring the workstation is suitable for the person. To support the learner, a DSE/VDU template will be provided to each attendee on the course.
The learner will not be certified as being competent to training other personnel as DSE/VDU assessors.
The course includes both theory and practical exercises.
Modular format with informal discussions, a workshop and group work.
Participants will receive two training books (slide notes and a comprehensive set of notes).
Our instructors are well qualified and experienced: they are health and safety professionals who can teach. We pride ourselves, since 1988, of training health and safety professionals who contribute everyday to make Irish workplaces safer.