In addition to our regular open training courses, we can also arrange to run a course specifically for you at a venue of your choice. This may be your own premises or another suitable location that is convenient for you.
If you do not have a venue available, we can often help by providing a suitable training room in your area at a discounted rate.
The advantages of 'onsite' training
Onsite training is particularly cost effective if you have some people who require training at the same time (usually 6 or more). There are benefits to arranging a training courses 'on site'
- Using your own venue is often more convenient
- You can reduce or remove travelling and accommodation costs
- You have a greater choice of courses
- The course content can be tailored to suit your requirements
- You choose the course timings
- Courses can be delivered anywhere in the UK
Our highly experienced trainers are based throughout the UK therefore we do not add any 'hidden extras' for travel or accommodation to our prices. Wherever you are we can offer high quality training at great value for money
What is included with onsite training:
- Innovative teaching methods from our experienced Training Team
- Comprehensive course materials for each delegate to keep
- Course certification
- All applicable registration, assessment and exam fees
If you would like to book an 'onsite' course or request a price please use our contact form or call us on 0800 195 9029
What you should consider when training onsite
First Aid Courses
The training venue should comply with all necessary health and safety standards and sufficient space should be available for the number of delegates attending (at least 5m x 5m is recommended for a full course of 12 delegages). The room should be large enough to seat everyone comfortably in a semi-circle formation with open floor space in the centre (desks are not required). The floor area should be clean and uncluttered, as this will be used for the practical parts of the course
Additional space will be required for assessments on the final day of the 2-Day and 3-Day First Aid At Work Courses (Usually between 1pm and 4pm). A separate room is required for the practical assessment
Manual Handling Course
The training venue should comply with all necessary Health and Safety standards and sufficient space should be available for the number of delegates. The room should be large enough to seat the number of delegates comfortably at tables or desks and have the appropriate space available for the practical sessions of the course
If training on the use of specific equipment is required, this should be made available for the practical training sessions. We can also assist you in arranging specific manual handling equipment to be available for these sessions.
All other courses
The training venue should comply with all necessary Health and Safety standards and sufficient space should be available for the number of delegates. The room should be large enough to seat the number of delegates comfortably at tables or desks
As above (for specific subjects) however additional space is required for the final day as an extra room is needed for delegate icro teach sessions