How to complete this course

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How to use this electronic course

Navigating: You do not need to follow the course in any particular order, however, the sections on the home page are numbered in the order they appear in the Workbook. Once you have completed the Workbook you may want to use the CD for future reference, for this reason you can always start from, or return to, the Home Page at any time you wish. If you see the word HOME at the bottom of any of the pages, just click there and you can go back to the main starting point.

To return to a screen or page that you have just left, for example, to check something out in the case study material before completing an exercise, just use the BACK icon at the top left of your Browser. This is the BACK icon:

Many documents in this course are in ‘Portable Document Format’ (PDF) which can be read using Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you already have Adobe Acrobat Reader on your machine then the documents will open automatically when you click on them. If they do not then click on the image to the right to obtain a free copy.

If you are using your organisation’s Intranet then check with your support department before loading anything onto the system.

You can work your way from page to page as you wish but it is advisable to consider completing the course in the suggested order as this will make the exercises in the workbook easier to follow.

There is a course work book which can be downloaded, printed off and signed by your line manager as evidence for the purpose of Continuing Professional Development. When starting to use the course work book, either print off a copy of your own on to paper, or save an electronic copy to your own directory.

The section on legislation is a guide only and should not be relied on to determine matters of law.

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