NRSWA Reassessment

This short NRSWA Reassessment course allows workers and supervisors with experience on highways to renew their SWQR card. At just two days long, it is a convenient way to keep the SWQR qualification refreshed. What’s Involved in the NRSWA Reassessment Course? The two days will see delegates given a thorough grounding in highway work. This… Read more »

IOSH Leading Safely

To succeed in a leadership role in modern business, you’ll need a detailed knowledge of best health and safety practice. Moreover, you’ll need to be able to implement that knowledge and create a safer environment for your workforce and customers. Businesses are already benefiting from Leading Safely, implementing new and improved practices and organisational cultures,… Read more »

IOSH Safety for Executives and Directors

This IOSH Safety for Executives and Directors course and qualification has been created for anyone who holds the role of executive or director in a wide range of industries. If you hold the responsibility for health and safety within your organisation, this course is for you. On this one day course you will learn about how to effectively… Read more »

Temporary Works Supervisor

This essential Temporary Works Supervisor training course is a very important part of the Site Safety Plus suite of courses. It is designed to offer an in-depth understanding of the role of a temporary works supervisor. Temporary Works Supervisor Course Overview The Temporary Works Supervisor course will offer you crucial information about being a Temporary Works… Read more »

Temporary Works Coordinator

If you are looking for qualifications to become a Temporary Works Coordinator, this course offers the training that you will need. It is designed to offer you a deep understanding of what the role of this position entails. The course is for all types of senior managers as well as anyone who is involved in working with contractors…. Read more »

CDM 2015 Awareness

Classroom Course Introduction 2015 is a significant year in the world of construction, in that it will see the introduction of a new set of regulations governing Construction Design and Management, or CDM2015. These will replace the existing regulations, which were introduced in 2007. Since then there has been an overall decline in work related… Read more »

IOSH Managing Safely Refresher

The IOSH Managing Safely Refresher course is aimed at managers and supervisors who have previously undertaken the full IOSH Managing Safely qualification. Although the original certificate does not expire it is IOSH’s view that it is best practice for certificate holders to renew their learning within a three year period, however this is not essential…. Read more »


CITB SEATS – Site Environmental Awareness Training Scheme How much consideration does your construction company place on the environment? It is important to be aware of the environment when carrying out construction projects and the CITB SEATS is a program designed to help improve your knowledge of environmental issues. New Legislation for Construction Workers on… Read more »

NEBOSH Environmental Diploma

Classroom Course Introduction The NEBOSH Environmental Diploma course builds upon the skills that have been learned on the NEBOSH Environmental Management Certificate or the IEMA Associate Certificate. Delegates are taught about quantative risk assessment which is applicable to environmental issues and covers consequence models. Qualification NEBOSH National Diploma in Environmental Management Accredited By National Examination Board in Occupational… Read more »

NEBOSH Environmental Certificate

Classroom Course Introduction The NEBOSH Environmental Certificate course will provide a solid foundation of skills in environmental management. Delegates will learn practical issues involved in managing environmental risks which is based upon the best practices and international standards. Qualification NEBOSH National Certificate in Environmental Management Accredited By National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) The… Read more »