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New NEBOSH training venue launched in Tidworth

New NEBOSH training venue launched in Tidworth

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11 Oct, 2018

Woodward SHE Ltd delivered its first NEBOSH National General Certificate resettlement course at Catterick Garrison in March 1993, and weíve been delivering NEBOSH resettlement training to Service leavers ever since ñ with excellent results.

Following the successful launch of our NEBOSH training courses at Catterick last summer, we are pleased to announce the launch of our new training venue in Tidworth. Tidworth is a long way from Catterick, so our new courses in Tidworth are being managed locally by Andrew OíDonnell (pictured) from South West Health and Safety. Andrew will be our ëman on the groundí helping to ensure that our course delegates in Tidworth have the best possible training experience.

Andrew has more than 22 yearsí experience in the military, serving in the Kingís Royal Hussars, who are based in Tidworth. Andrew still has links to the local military community as he provides health and safety and first aid training courses to soldiers who are about to the leave the military, and their spouses, as part of resettlement training. His passion for health and safety enables him to provide training to military and civilian personnel alike, often giving them the skills and confidence to gain employment once they leave the military.

Woodward is Provider 4435 in the ELC scheme, and with an average ELC evaluation score of 97% (as of 13 August 2018) you know you are going to get excellent training from us! We are looking forward to our first course in Tidworth, starting on 29 October 2018.

Contact us for more details: 

Tel: 01228 592614 

Fax: 01228 593769

Email: info@woodwardgroup.co.uk 

Website: www.woodward-group.co.uk/elc-funded-training

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