Online Training

BV Associates Ltd – by your side

Over the last 10 years we have delivered face-to-face training to our clients, working with them to navigate the type of training required for all employees. This has depended on the type of workplace, the number of employees and each unique working environment. Through the Covid-19 pandemic we have taken all of our NEBOSH and IOSH courses online to great success. Whilst we know these long courses are best delivered in a classroom, we needed to still offer our clients support with their mandatory safety training. We are now delighted to be able to provide a number of short online courses.

There are 3 groups of online courses:

Click here for Health & Safety Online Training

Click here for Business Skills Online Training

Click here for Health and Social Care Online Training

All of these short online courses meet an employers mandatory training requirement but they also serve to compliment our qualification level courses.

In short, our online training courses now provide you with a simple, enjoyable and effective way of training your staff, regardless of the industry you operate in.

Individuals needing any training courses will be able book their courses directly from this website.

If you are an employer with multiple staff to train then please call us direct and we will raise an invoice and talk you through the process of multiple bookings.

For more information please call 01494864100 or email info@bvassociates.co.uk.

 



 Your Legal Responsibilities


  • The Health & Safety at Work Act 1974″The Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that as of 2011 defines the fundamental structure and authority for the encouragement, regulation and enforcement of workplace health, safety and welfare within the United Kingdom.”
  • The Fire Safety Order 2005″The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 was introduced in October 2006. Fire and rescue authorities and other bodies (‘enforcing authorities’) have a duty to enforce fire safety in non-“domestic premises.”

 

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