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21/09/2017 – open course dates for IOSH and Nebosh courses for the whole of 2018 will be going live on the relevant page of our website within the next 48 hours.

19/09/2017 – we are now booked completely for the rest of this year (to end December 2017) on training and consultancy assignments.

13/09/2017 – from 2018 our Nebosh Certificate open courses will run on Tuesdays (these have previously been held on a Friday).

10/09/2017 – we have reluctantly moved from our open course training base in Eastwood to a new base in Ripley where the rest of our open courses for 2017 will be held and where we hope all of our 2018 courses will be held too.

19/03/2017 – we will be changing over to the new version (version 5) of Managing Safely and Working Safely as of 16/04.

18/03/2017 – there are still a few places available on our 10 week (1 day a week) Nebosh National General Certificate course which starts on 24/03 but meanwhile our next IOSH Managing Safely (1 day a week for 3 weeks) starting 27/4 is now full.

17/02/2017 – first two places now booked on our first Nebosh National General Certificate course of the year which starts on 24/03/2017.

02/02/2017 – our very first IOSH Managing Safely Refresher will run on 28/02/2017 – places still available.

31/01/2017 – our first IOSH Managing Safely course of 2017 is now underway, our second starting 13/2 is almost full and our third starting 27/4 is half full already too.

12/12/2016 – people often ask me to differentiate our offering from the offering of the big safety training organisations and other than better than average pass rates our main USP is ‘personal service’ and our students often complement us on going the ‘extra mile’ to make them welcome, to include them and to support them (during their study period students have 24/7 access to their tutor and therefore study time does not stop at the end of the training room session).

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