Health and safety Courses
Please note our IOSH and CITB courses are run through our training partner SHEManagement (UK) Ltd
IOSH Managing Safely - 3 day
Understand your responsilbilities as a manager
Because every manager needs an understanding of their safety and health responsibilities. Managing Safely is unlike any other safety and health course. Why? Because it delivers practical step-by-step guidance with a sharp business focus that’s hands-on and jargon-free. The innovative format and content is engaging and inspiring – critical to embedding safety and health throughout your entire organisation.
IOSH Leading Safely - 1 day
Essential learning for senior leaders
Responsible leaders recognise the importance of safety and health – and can learn its true value in just five hours… Your time is precious. That’s why we’ve designed our Leading Safely course to cover precisely what you need to know to improve productivity, increase profits, enhance corporate reputation and strengthen your brand. Leading from the front with enhanced safety and health practices could be the best investment you make.
CITB SSSTS course - 2 day
Supervisor Site Safety Training Scheme
It is endorsed by Build UK as the standard training for all supervisors working on Build UK sites and provides an understanding of health, safety, welfare and environmental issues. It highlights legal responsibilities and the need to promote health and safety to supervise effectively.
First Aid Highfield Accredited EFAW (Emergency) - 1 day
This course is aimed at learners who wish to become emergency first-aiders in the workplace. This qualification meets the requirements for training emergency first-aiders in those organisations that have identified that staff need to be trained to this level within their first-aid needs assessment.
First Aid Highfield Accredited FAW (First aid at work) - 3 day
This course is aimed at learners who wish to become first-aiders in the workplace. This qualification meets the requirements for training first-aiders in those organisations that have identified that staff need to be trained to this level within their first-aid needs assessment.