Tony Swainston Ltd is a training organisation dedicated to supporting people to achieve their potential. We offer qualifications in Leadership and Management as well as Coaching and Mentoring that range from ILM level 5 to ILM level 7. Our ELCAS number is 7474.
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13 Sep, 2017
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13 Sep, 2017
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11 Sep, 2017
‘While on work placement during my resettlement and termination leave, I was advised to undertake a fire risk assessment course by my employer, and Vulcan Fire Training was the company recommended by them.
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05 Aug, 2017
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19 Jul, 2017
Having served in the Royal Engineers for five years, specialising as an Engineering Surveyor, LCpl Neil Duddy, left the Army in 2008 with a host of qualifications under his belt, including: HNC in Engineering Surveying, SVQ level 2 in Construction and Civil Engineering Services, and NVQ level 2 Security, Safety and Loss Prevention
19 Jul, 2017
Ray West, owner and director of RW Safety Solutions, originally attended the Vulcan Fire Manager course in 2001 before ELCs existed.
07 Jun, 2017
Having enlisted in 1985, former Royal Navy WO1 James Pope, 48, left the Armed Forces in October 2016 because of ‘life aspirations’. He says that, ‘After 32 years and several high-profile jobs the challenges had started to dry up somewhat.
15 May, 2017
Following 22 years in the RAF, ex-Acting Wing Commander, Richard Saunders left in October 2015 to pursue a civilian career and gain a more stable work–life balance.
10 May, 2017
‘Leaving the Army and starting a new job or business is a difficult task. Gaining the correct up-to-date qualifications for your new job or business venture is just sensible thinking.
09 Feb, 2017
James Scott-Barrett trained at Sandhurst and served in the Scots Guards for six years, three of which he spent as a platoon commander in Afghanistan. Now, he’s halfway through an MBA at London Business School (LBS). So what made him step out of uniform and into student life?
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Premier Training International and NASM have come together to become Premier Global NASM.
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We understand just how daunting it can be leaving the military and settling back into civilian life. We have many positions across the country that could be an ideal fit for you, and you just don’t know it yet! We welcome anyone to apply and we will go out of our way to show you the renowned Hilton Hospitality.
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We are looking for a focus purely on Java skills - we need to make sure they have commercial experience and evidence of what they have done in their previous role.
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Wiltshire College and University Centre has a long association with the military and is a proud supporter of the Armed Forces Covenant.
The Universty is a publicly funded Higher Education University with degree awarding status providing a wide range of courses at all levels Certificate, diploma, Foundation, Undergraduate, Postgraduate both taught, MSc and MBA and Research PhD in a large number of specialist options