New training date for Covid-19 Compliance officer to reopen your place of worship


Tuesday 15th of September at 1:30pm: Click HERE to register.

As places of worship, supplementary schools and out-of-school settings are reopening, there are many guidelines and procedures at play that need to be put in place. Navigating what needs to be done can be challenging to many, so SFI have brought in expert tutors to help you through the process and create the safest environment for your congregation and guests in line with the latest government guidelines for places of worship.  

The Level 2 Faith Institutions Covid-19 Compliance Officer Course is designed for Lead Worker Representatives, Managers and Covid-19 Compliance Officers who require the knowledge and skills to design and implement their Return to Work Plans including hygiene and respiratory arrangements, social distancing, close working, PPE and First Aid.

The course gives an overview of the Return to Work Safely Protocol guidance document issued by the Government. This sets out how to identify requirements, plan and implement processes and monitor adherence to the measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and management of a suspected case.


Certified Level 2 Award in the Prevention and Control of Infection for  Places of Worship.

Who is this certification for?

This certification is aimed at anyone working in any faith institute, supplementary school or faith-based out-of-school setting, to develop their underpinning knowledge of how to prevent and control the spread of infection in their workplace.

How long will it take?

The total qualification time for the Level 2 Certification is 2.5 hours in total.  This is comprised of  1.5 hours of online seminar training on the Zoom platform, plus an additional 1 hour of e-learning in Covid-19 Prevention and Infection Control via the Highfield Institute online course.      

How much will it cost?

It will cost £10 per session.

Topics covered

Learners gaining this qualification will understand common infections, the importance of correct hand washing procedures for infection prevention and control, the principles of personal protective equipment, waste management procedures and the associated risk and roles and responsibilities in preventing infection.

Assessment method

This qualification is assessed by a multiple-choice examination.

Course Delivery:

This course is delivered live via online webinar with an experienced trainer who has relevant industry experience.  The trainer is available online after the training for anyone who has further queries or requires assistance. On completion of the live online session participants will be required to complete a Multiple-Choice Questionnaire on the link that will be sent via email after the training session. On successful completion and submission of the questionnaire, participants will receive an FRS Training Certificate.

Participant Criteria:

  •       Access to internet
  •       Access to an electronic devise that is suitable for accessing online webinar.
  •       Email address.
  •       Available to participate in Live sessions as designated.

For more information or payment options, email or call 07590028823