Following Cyril Ramaphosa’s recent announcement on Sunday 15th March 2020 regarding COVID-19, companies and employees have been inundated with a plethora of information leading to uncertainty. LFP Group, as leaders in the integrated transformation space, being in the exact position therefore, reflected on how we could contribute to demystify this pandemic.
LFP Group sought expert advice from medical professionals and legal counsel to assist them in navigating the nature of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Subsequently, they developed an accredited COVID-19 program that is all encompassing, delivered via mobile and is claimable under your company’s skills development spend towards Category E. The learner will therefore be enabled to access learning anywhere, anytime at their own convenience.
So what can you expect from this program?
The COVID-19 programme takes a holistic approach to the Coronavirus pandemic by creating awareness of the impact on individuals, business and society as a whole, eliciting the desired mindset shift to mitigate the associated risks. This program consists of a series of modules in video format, using multi-modal content, where you will be expected to complete a multiple-choice assessment at the end of each video. After successful completion of each module you will submit a portfolio of evidence for accreditation purposes.
Module 1: What is COVID-19?
o Introduction to COVID-19
o What to do?
Module 2: The Impact on the global economy and business
o What is a pandemic?
o The impact on my business
o My responsibility to my employer
o Response planning
Module 3: Workplace Preparedness
o Creating a safe workplace
o My responsibility in my workspace
o Legislative considerations
Module 4: Social Awareness
o Social Awareness
o Do’s & Don’ts
o Way Forward
• Portfolio of Evidence
Should you be interested in exploring this further please contact LFP Group email@example.com
Please note that for every participant signing via our network, the BCCSA will receive R400 from the LFP GROUP that we will directly allocate to the Solidarity Response Fund that President Ramaphosa created to help the public sector in its fight against the virus.