Available courses

All new systems designed and installed after 1st January 2018 must comply with the new regulations and working electricians are required to demonstrate the ability and sufficient knowledge to comply.

During the 3-day course, you will have use of the course handbook, called BS 7671:2018, Eighteenth Edition (Blue), which will also be available to use during the assessments.

To give delegates a clear understanding on how to work safely in a workshop environment. To develop clear procedure to ensure safety is a key aspect of this environment.

A short awareness course outlining the safe use and precautions to be taken before and using the machine. 

The Electricity at Work Regulations awareness course gives an overview of the current HSE regulations

Noise awareness course covering legislation and controls to reduce noise induced hearing loss in the workplace

Our Managing Safely course will help you improve the safety awareness culture in your organisation, see your productivity increase and enhance your reputation within your supply chain by embedding safety and health across the whole organisation

This course offers practical and theoretical training to enable candidates to demonstrate a good level that is ‘suitable and sufficient’ for carrying out risk assessments and method statements awareness, to protect themselves and those around them from exposure to hazards.

The aim of this course is to assess learners against the national standard in a realistic medium risk environment preparing to work safely; entering and exiting confined spaces safely; preparing and using appropriate respiratory protective equipment (RPE); using equipment and tools safely; following procedures and dealing with emergencies.

This Working at Height training course helps you to comply with the Work at Height Regulations 2005 by providing employers and employees with the necessary information needed to be able to successfully deal with working at height risks and control measures.

This course is aimed at all maintenance and engineering personnel who are responsible for the fabrication, installation, maintenance and inspection of small bore pipe work and fixings.

Within this course, you will learn how to assemble and install Small Bore Tubing with Twin Ferrule Mechanical Grip Fixings.

Designed for employees required to carry out slinging / rigging duties as part of their job. This course is formulated to familiarise personnel with various types of slinging and lifting equipment and legislation governing its use.

To develop candidates’ skills and knowledge in the complexities of slinging and lifting so as to be able to select the correct equipment for any task that may be undertaken.

This course will follow a combination of classroom-based theory and hands-on practical experience. Candidates will develop an awareness of the legal implications, common hazards and precautions, together with the correct selection, use, inspection and maintenance of safety harnesses. All delegates will complete both a practical and theory assessment to demonstrate a sound understanding of the content

This one day course is designed for employees in the process, oil, gas and food manufacturing industries, who as part of their daily role, install isolations or raise permits. The delegates will learn about the different types of hazardous energies and the steps we should take to prevent them from being inadvertently reintroduced.

The course can also be used to raise awareness of the importance of the correct use of isolations to all maintenance staff.

Loss of containment of hazardous materials is frequently the most common cause of process incidents. This course gives delegates a good understanding on how these occur and what preventative measures can be put in place.

This course is aimed at people carrying out critical flange bolting in Oil and Gas, Process and Food industries – such as Process Technicians, Mechanical Fitters, Instrument Technicians and Supervisors.

To create an awareness and an understanding of the requirements for handling loads at work.
The Health and Safety Commission have introduced legislation regarding the Manual Handling of Loads in the workplace where there is a risk of injury (particularly back injury) to workers.

This course helps Candidate develop the knowledge and skills required to control all aspects of a lifting operation to standards required in BS7121 Safe use of Cranes & deals with all aspects of current legislation.

The aim of this training course is to provide an introduction into shaft alignment techniques, with a link into the comprehensive instruction and operation of the laser shaft alignment system.

This training course raises awareness of the dangers associated with Hand Arm Vibration (HAV) and the practical steps that can be taken to minimise and control the risks that they present. The course covers the main hazards, applicable legislation, risk assessment, risk reduction measures and key responsibilities of the individual.

To give delegates the basic knowledge and skills to prevent fires and make initial and appropriate judgements when evaluating a fire.

The course is designed for members of staff who have responsibilities for ensuring Hazardous substances are used safely and without risk to health in the workplace. To enable delegates to comply with the requirements of the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1988.

To provide theory & practical training in the safe & correct use of hand and power tools in the engineering sector. This will course will demonstrate the correct methods to be put in practice back at your workplace.

This course will give a basic understanding of the inner working of basic mechanical equipment. This will not only give a practical element but the theory behind the use of this equipment.

This course provides participants with an understanding of the dangers of working in hazardous areas, the methods by which explosions are prevented and the requirements of the ATEX and DSEAR Directives.

DSEAR applies to all workplaces and premises where dangerous substances are present, used or produced. This includes places such as industrial premises and workshops, commercial premises, land-based and offshore installations, mines, quarries, construction sites, vehicles and vessels. It also includes the common parts of shared buildings, private roads, paths on industrial estates, roadworks on public roads and domestic houses are also premises if there are people at work there.

To provide individuals with the knowledge and understanding needed to use abrasive wheels safely and to comply with current regulations.

This course offers theoretical training to enable candidates to demonstrate a good level of asbestos awareness in order to protect themselves and those around them from exposure to asbestos

-Six modules, re-designed to refresh and update knowledge
-Follows the ‘plan, do, check, act’ system with leadership at the heart
-New quizzes and games
-An interactive case study used across the modules
-Learner centred approach
-Multiple international case studies
-Subjects constantly linked back to delegates own workplace
-Business rules:

With effect from 1 April 2017, IOSH certificates for any refresher course will contain the word “refresher” within the course title. This more accurately reflects the actual course taken and is better guidance for employers.

Also, we are removing the need for a refresher course to be taken within three years of the original course. The decision on when and if a delegate should take a refresher course will lie with their employer, trading association or professional body.

Using tools and equipment to produce a series of component to the requirements specified by the drawings. 

Using the skills developed throughout the course, design and manufacture a component. This will include hand fitting techniques, oxy-fuel cutting and lathe turning.

This unit contains theory and practical assessments to ensure competency.  

During this course you will learn the theory and practical elements of mechanical equipment used in the industries that are associated with your apprenticeship.

This will include pumps, compressors, turbines, valves, clutches, gears, chains and belts

You will also learn about the individual components of the equipment, how to identify faults and how to make basic repairs. 

This unit provides the essential science required for an understanding of the technology used in the process industries.

This core unit is designed to give candidates the arithmetic skills required to complete the Level 2 progression award in Process Plant and provide the basis for progression to the Level 3 award.

This core unit is designed to develop candidates’ workplace communication skills and enable them to utilise information technology to develop and produce technical documentation. The unit also provides the basis for progression to the Level 3 award in Communications and Information Technology.

This unit provides the essential knowledge required for an understanding of the chemical principles involved in manufacturing processes carried out in the chemical industries.

This unit provides the essential knowledge required for an understanding of the production, distribution and use of essential plant services in the process industries.

This unit provides the essential knowledge required for an understanding of the techniques used by industry for the processing of solid materials into intermediate and final products.

This unit provides the essential knowledge required for an understanding of the techniques used by industry for the processing of fluid materials into intermediate and final products.

This unit provides the candidate with the fundamental operating principles of process plant instrumentation.