No one should be restricted from learning

No one should be restricted from learning.

A family friend of mine died recently, as a result of choking while having a meal with his wife and young family. This is absolutely tragic and my thoughts go out to his family and friends.

Learning simple skills can, and does, save lives.

When you practice these skills, you’ll then hones your technique, so that these skills become second nature to you. This will enable you rely upon your skills during an emergency.

Chris has always said that knowledge is absolutely worthless, unless it’s shared.

Sadly, we’re fully aware that some people are unable to find the money to join a course. Chris feels that there’s no justifiable reason why you should be restricted from learning lifesaving techniques. Certainly not because of a shortage of cash.

That’s why we’ve launched a policy of allowing you to make us an offer for a place on a course.

By law, businesses have to have members of staff trained in undertaking certain roles. Examples include first aid or fire marshal training. So if you’re a business who just wants a discount, please don’t be surprised if we turn you down. Training for the work role is tax deductible, so it won’t actually cost you anything.

However, if you’re a registered charity, a grassroots sports club or a small group of volunteers, we’d be happy to discuss your training needs with respect to your available training budget.

So why not click here to look through the courses that we offer. With a suite of over 125 courses, including e-learning and blended learning courses, you’re sure to find a course suitable for your needs.

If you don’t find the ideal course for you, please get in touch with us. We’re always adding new ones and may have one ready to be launched that we can bring forward just for you.

I look forward to meeting you on a course soon.

No one should be restricted from learning

2 thoughts on “No one should be restricted from learning

  1. Could i please arrange to chat regarding Nebosh – Any advise that you have would be really appreciated

    Many Thanks & Sorry for Your Loss


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