Training Tailored to Your Requirements
As well as our accredited health and safety training courses and vocational qualifications such as health and safety NVQs, we also offer our own health and safety training courses which have been written and designed by our health and safety consultants, drawing on their many years' of knowledge and experience.
Unlike accredited courses, they do not need to follow a set syllabus, meaning that there is flexibility to tailor each course to your organisation's industry sector and specific requirements.
Most of the courses listed below focus on specific health and safety areas (e.g. COSHH training, manual handling training etc.), whereas most of the accredited courses try and cover the entire spectrum of health and safety.
Please click on the course titles below to read more about each one. Remember, these courses are entirely flexible and can be tailored and altered to suit your needs and industry sector. They form the basis for our in-house training programmes, andcan either be run as they are if the outline is exactly what you want, or can be be modified to suit the individual requirements of your organisation. Two or more can also be combined to tailor a bespoke training session for you.
Our accident investigation course is aimed at those persons responsible for leading or participating in accident investigations, and aims to equip them with the broad base of skills needed to undertake the task along with how to reduce the risk of expensive litigation and criminal proceedings, and establish the importance of correct methods of accident investigation. It will also help those who may be involved in the process such as supervisors, managers and directors.
This course is intended for people whose work may bring them into contact with asbestos, from shop fitters to electricians, from plumbers to decorators. It is also suitable for duty holders looking to gain a basic overview of their asbestos responsibilities.
NOTE: The Asbestos Awareness course is aimed as an awareness session for those workers who may come into contact with asbestos as part of their work, or those duty holders requiring a basic overview. It is not intended and is not suitable for those working on asbestos removal.
The course is designed to summarise the changes that came into effect in April 2015. The course ensures that the CDM Duty Holders are best prepared for managing the transition from CDM 2007 to CDM 2015.
Potential delegates include clients, architects, other designers, CDM coordinators, principal contractors, contractors or anyone with an interest in furthering their knowledge of the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015.
The Conflict Management course is aimed at employers with direct client interaction or those with responsibility for employees with direct client interaction, and is ideal for all public facing workers who may come across conflict in their roles.
The course is designed to be interactive, allowing delegates the opportunity to develop their skills with the support of the course tutor.
The COSHH Awareness course is aimed at people who deal with hazardous substances on a day to day basis. Delegates will be briefed on the importance of procedures, safe handling and risk assessment of hazardous substances within their organisation.
At the conclusion of the course, delegates will have a sound understanding of their personal and legal responsibilities for the control of chemical and hazardous substances.
This course is aimed at those people with responsibility for the health and safety of their employees and others who may be exposed to hazardous substances; basically supervisors and managers who will deal with chemical and harmful/hazardous substances (COSHH) as part of their responsibility.
The focus of this course will be on the management action required to ensure the safe use of COSHH substances.