Fire Safety Marshall (In-house or Accredited through NUCO, Level 2)

Who should attend?

Any person nominated to be a fire warden in the workplace

A range of subjects is covered including:

  • Fire safety legislation
  • The hazards and risks associated with fire in the workplace
  • How fire risk is controlled in the workplace
  • The role of the nominated fire warden
  • The principles and practice of fire safety management at work
  • Fire drills and evacuation


Health and Safety at Work (In-house or Accredited through NUCO, Level 2)


The course is made up of theoretical sessions. The main contents of this course are:


  • The roles and responsibilities for health, safety and welfare in the workplace
  • The value and process of risk assessments
  • The identification and control of workplace hazards
  • How to respond to workplace incidents and accident


Safeguarding Principles of Safeguarding and Protecting Children, Young People or Vulnerable Adults (In-house or Accredited through NUCO, Level 2)


This course has been devised for those who work with adults who may be classed as at risk within health, social care or education settings. Or who work with young people under the age of 18, we can work with your organisation to ensure that your own policies and procedures are incorporated into the training.


A range of subjects are covered including:



  • Safeguarding legislation and guidance
  • Indictors of abuse or neglect
  • Making judgements
  • Communication
  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Sharing of information
  • Dealing with and reporting of allegations and complaint



  • Defining Abuse – Signs and Symptoms
  • Underlying Factors
  • What to Do
  • Company Policies and Procedures
  • Information Sharing
  • Female Genital Mutilation
  • Radicalisation
  • Forced Marriage
  • Child Trafficking
  • Child Sexual Exploitation

Manual Handling (In-house or Accredited through NUCO, Level 2)


A range of subjects is covered that will equip you to:


  • Understand the reasons for safe manual handling
  • Understand how manual handling risk assessments contribute to improving health and safety
  • Understand the principles, types of equipment and testing requirements associated with manual handling safety
  • Be able to apply safe manual handling principles


Manual Handling Welsh Passport Scheme (In-house)


This course is designed for those on annual update or support workers needing this qualification for support transition into care work, or new care workers as part of their wider training package. This training is delivered in-house, so personnel use your organisation’s equipment to ensure staff are taught on the items they will use daily.


  • Anatomy and ergonomics
  • Principles of safer handling
  • Levels of assistance
  • Moving and handling assessment
  • POSRA (Personal on the Spot Risk Assessment)
  • Introduction to Rapid Entire Body Assessment (REBA)
  • Loads in personal care
  • The mechanics of natural movement
  • Assist to stand and sit
  • Repositioning in a chair
  • Repositioning in bed
  • Assisting into and out of bed
  • Slide sheets
  • 30-degree tilt
  • Walking
  • Hoist and sling safety
  • Hoisting a person
  • Assisting a fallen person
  • Hoisting from the floor
  • Unsafe manoeuvres


All learners will receive their ‘Passport’ document with the training tailored to fulfil all aspects required of the Welsh Scheme.



We can also consultant for business on – Health and safety and Fire safety (Nebosh General Certificate and Fire safety and Risk management)



12D – 7 qualifications

Everyone to attend a One Day Health and Safety Course – introduction to the scheme – 12 people maximum per one day course


  • T1 – mobile works – man and van
  • T2 – standard operations – Traffic lights and Stop and Go – static sites
  • T3 – up to 40mph dual carriage way works
  • T4 – convoy works
  • T5 – multi phase – 3 or 4 way traffic lights works
  • T6 – Supervisors – 1 day classroom based day – 12 no maximum on course
  • T7 – Managers – 1 day classroom based day – 12 no maximum on course

T1 & T2 – 1 centre based assessments then 2 live based assessments. Each live assessment has to be at least 2 weeks apart

6 candidates maximum per day for T1 & T2

T3, 4 & 5 – live based assessments only – BUT must have 3 live assessments

Please contact the office for further information and prices.