The course, although also aimed at managers and supervisors who have current health and safety knowledge, can be taken by those who have no previous knowledge of the industry, a factor which makes it very appealing to a range of people up and down the country. Those on the course will learn a number of key competencies, such as how to effectively motivate trainees and how to effectively communicate safety tips and techniques.
Course creator Dr. Alistair Bromhead says that people should view the course as a way of improving on their existing qualifications or as a path to career change. “Our manual handling train the trainer course can add real value to your CV. Whether you have the desire to become a full time trainer in manual handling or to simply complete the course in order to have something to fall back on, our special designed programme is a real option worth considering in the current economic climate. Employers are looking for something that extra bit special, and having a unique and valuable qualification such as ours can make the difference in being hired or rejected.”
There are a range of courses available all of which are taught by vastly experienced expert professionals. For more information please visit www.abromhead.co.uk to view the course price list and locations.
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Delivers the 2 day City & Guilds Manual Handling Train the Trainer course which provides the skills, knowledge, techniques, confidence and course material to run your own manual handling training sessions for the safe handling of materials and goods.