Lunch is served and grazing is back

We're pleased to once again be able to provide lunch for delegates on our full-day courses from 1 September.

With COVID-19 restrictions easing, and following demand, we are reintroducing a catered lunch.

Whether you're here for a one-day Emergency First Aid, two day Mental Health First Aid or three-day IOSH course, you'll be provided with a sandwich or wrap and snacks.

To ensure all delegates feel comfortable with our lunch offering we'll provide pre-prepared wraps and sandwiches along with individually-wrapped snacks.

We've also reintroduced a new and improved grazing station.

Our popular set-up now features cannisters of nuts, seeds and chocolate for you to graze throughout your course.

The station is still self-serve, but we've reduced the contact points and will provide surface cleaning wipes and will continue to offer hand sanitiser.

Pre-packed biscuits will still feature alongside the grazing station for all courses.

If you have any allergies or dietary requirements please let us know when making your booking and we'll ensure to meet your needs. All items will also feature allergen information.


Kai qualifies as a Face Fit tester

Trainee Construction Consultant Kai has added a new string to his bow, he’s now a qualified face fit tester.

Kai joins Ilona and Karen as qualified face-fit testers who help our customers feel safe that their PPE is doing its job.

A qualitative face-fit test lasts for up to 40 minutes and makes sure that half and disposable face coverings are providing protection.

A series of exercises establish if there is a tight seal for the mask, letting you know the mask you’re wearing is a good fit.