A client has had to postpone his booking for City & Guilds 2391-52 commencing on 22nd January 2019. Please give us a call on 028 9448 8100 if you would like to book that place.
We are delighted to confirm that we are an Enhanced Learning Credit Approved Training Provider. (ELC) For those for which this is applicable, perhaps you would be interested in receiving information on courses we can offer you e.g.
You may be interested in our City and Guilds electrical courses as below;
We are highly privileged to have Mr Jim King, former HSENI Principal Inspector for over thirty years and lead tutor on our Nebosh Diploma course delivering this informative course. If you have the role of ‘The Principal Designer’ then this is the course for you. The training course; entitled ‘Building Safely for today and the future’ focuses on the role of the ‘Principal Designer’. Complying with CDM 2016 will help ensure that no-one is harmed during work and that the final building is safe to use and maintain while giving the client ‘good value’. Effective planning is the key to help ensure that the work is well managed and fewer unexpected costs and problem and not just about generating paper!
It is a well known fact that NEBOSH qualifications are held in high esteem. Did you know you could add another Level 3 Nebosh qualification by completing a bridging course? You must have achieved NGC1 within the last five years in order to be eligible. If you already hold; The Nebosh National General Certificate, The Nebosh Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management or the Nebosh National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety all have NGC1 in common. That means that if you have successfully completed one of the three qualifications, your NGC1 result will factor into you being able to complete a shorter course to achieve either or both of the others. If you would like to broaden your knowledge in health and safety and to improve your employability, this might be just the road you should consider.
Many people from a host of occupations find themselves on the City and Guilds PAT course because their company opt to PAT test in-house. For candidates from electrical backgrounds this course is common place and the practical elements of carrying out the tasks is routine. However, for those candidates with no electrical background many have asked if we would provide an additional solely practical one day course.