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Your choice for specialist customised learning solutions

Your choice for specialist customised learning solutions

NEWS

02 Jan, 2018

Your choice for specialist customised learning solutions Train2Train has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the Armed Forces, with most of its tutors having experienced full colour service.

They are specialists in creating customised learning solutions and are committed to designing high-quality, bespoke training programmes that are delivered by expert tutors. The company has also developed a reputation for going the extra mile for its customers and, as such, is trusted by some of the UK’s largest brands.

Looking to continue its success in 2018, Train2Train has now released dates for two of its most popular courses …

  • Compliance Training Instructor (CTI): 29 January–9 February 2018, Doncaster/Wakefield; 14–25 May 2018, Catterick Garrison; 5–16 November 2018 Greetham Valley
  • NEBOSH combined General Certificate and National Certificate in Fire and Risk Management: 19 November–14 December 2018.

If you are looking to deliver either accredited or non-accredited training through your own company or a training provider, or are looking to add a great compliance string to your bow, then the Compliance Training Instructor course is a brilliant addition to any CV. If you are looking to get into the world of health and safety, or similarly looking for a generalised specific-to-all qualification, then the NEBOSH ticks all the boxes.

For further information on Train2Train, visit www.train2train.org

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