Woodward signs up to the Armed Forces Covenant
Woodward delivered the very first NEBOSH National General Certificate resettlement course at Catterick Garrison in March 1993, and we’ve been delivering NEBOSH resettlement training to Service leavers ever since – with excellent results.
In March 2018 we were delighted to be able to further demonstrate our support for the Armed Forces Community by signing up to the Armed Forces Covenant. In doing so we commit to honour the Armed Forces Covenant and support the Armed Forces community. We recognise the value that Serving Personnel (both Regulars and Reservists), Veterans and military families contribute to our business and our country.
Part of this commitment is offering discounted training courses to members of the Armed Forces Community through our discounted NEBOSH training package scheme.
Five-course, 30-day NEBOSH Resettlement Package
Our five-course NEBOSH Resettlement Package, offered at our Catterick training venue, allows you to get amazing value for your ELC claim, with the added convenience of being able to choose to stay on base at Catterick Garrison during the course. It comprises the following elements:
- NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health
- NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health
- NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Safety and Health
- NEBOSH National Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management
- NEBOSH Certificate in Environmental Management
We also have two-, three- and four-course NEBOSH Resettlement Packages available. However, each course is limited to 20 delegates, so if you are interested in booking please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Get in touch
Case Studies See all
Chris Oakes - Master At Arms
Captain, Master At Arms (MAA), Royal Army Physical Training Corps (RAPTC)
‘I joined the Army in 1986 and, after ten years with 7 Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery, transferred into the Army Physical Training Corps. Here I enjoyed a full career helping Service men...Read more »
From Intelligence Corps to intelligence analyst
Pete Durbin always wanted to join the Army and enlisted in the Intelligence Corps when he was 19. He left in 2016 as a Sergeant after 11 years’ exemplary military service. Pete is now working as an...Read more »