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Nobody ever wants to find themselves in a situation where tragedy strikes, but all too often accidents can happen out of nowhere. Whether it’s a road accident, a fire, or contaminated food, it’s crucial that you take the correct action as quickly as possible – and it pays to have the right training.
Why it helps to have safety training?
Training in everything from first aid to food safety can prove vital in many situations, whether you’re at home, at work or in public. It will enable you to act quickly and deal with a situation before the emergency services arrive, potentially saving the lives of others as well as your own. In fact, taking action without first having had the right training could lead to you causing further harm, so ensure you’re correctly trained before attempting to deal with an emergency.
Crucially, safety training will also give you a leg up in the job market, as many employers look for these kinds of skills. Our training courses, particularly aimed at young people but suitable for those of all ages, are intended to help you move forward in your career, helping you to build your knowledge, skills and confidence at work.
Available Courses:
Level 2 & 3 food safety courses
Allergy Awareness
Health and Safety at work
Fire Safety
Emergency First Aid At Work -1 & 3 days course
Level 2 Award for Personal License Holder (APLH) – 1 day course
Dementia Awareness
Anaphylaxis Awareness
Duty of Care in Health and Social Care
Safeguarding in Health and Social Care
Health and Safety Roles and Responsibilities in Health and Social Care
Moving and Handling Objects and People
Manual Handling.
For more information please contact:
Director Suchita Dali
02083162234/ 07865685333
Conduit Business Centre
Conduit Road,The mews, Woolwich, London
SE18 7AP
We will keep in touch within 24 hrs.
Ad Expiry Date:2017-12-31

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