Cost-effective specialist asbestos and health and safety compliance training, certified by the experts.
Environmental Essentials offer classroom, virtual and E-Learning training together with Qualitative Face Fit Testing
UKATA and BOHS Training
We have the following open, UKATA and BOHS certified virtual training, with a live trainer, scheduled for November / December 2023:
- Duty to Manage Appointed Person Course 22nd to 24th November and 18th to 20th December
- Non Licensed Work Refresher 30th November
- Non Licensed Work 1st December
- Project Manager 4th December
- Asbestos Awareness 8th December
- Duty to Manage 8th December
- P405 Refresher 11th to 15th December
- BOHS P405 Refresher 18th December
- Non Licensed Work Refresher 3rd January
- Non Licensed Work 4th January
- Face Fit Training – date TBC
- P403/404 December
Click on this link to visit our 2024 training calendar: Environmental Essentials Open UKATA and BOHS Training 2024
We are also running a full Non-licensed work course, P403 and P404 face-to-face at our Newcastle-under-Lyme Head Office. (The P402 course has a practical element to the course which will require a face to face / in person assessment.
Call on 0345 4569953 to book onto any of these courses
Environmental Essentials are also pleased to offer a range of full online Health and safety training. Our range of RoSPA approved online training resources together with our sophisticated learner management system enable our clients to fully leverage operative downtime by ensuring that H&S compliance training is comprehensive and fully up to date.
Available courses can be purchased at www.learnbyee.co.uk and include these courses plus many more:
- First Aid Awareness,
- COSHH Awareness
- Manual Handing Awareness
- Legionella Awareness
- Anthrax Awareness
- Working Safely with Ladders
Our full range of course content will be relevant not only to operatives in their regular day to day duties but will be especially useful to support any repurposing effort within or across your organisation.
You can find our full list of available courses here
Why not give us a call on 0345 4569953 or drop us an email to discuss the broad range of solutions Environmental Essentials are able to offer.
We can arrange for a free no obligation course trial and/or connect you to an expert to discuss your bespoke training needs.
We offer UKATA and IATP certified courses in the key areas of asbestos awareness and non-licensed work, as well as duty to manage training. All employees who may disturb asbestos during their normal work should be trained to recognise asbestos containing materials and know what to do if they come across them.Find out more
As a British Occupational Hygiene Society approved training provider, our qualified and experienced in-house trainers can teach BOHS P module courses and offer examinations on your premises or ours, nationally.Find out more
Our Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) certified courses raise awareness of occupational hazards and promote good practices within your organisation. We offer a range of toolbox talks which can be adapted to provide specific in-house training for your staff and contractors anywhere in the UK.Find out more
We have a library of online compliance training courses approved by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), designed by experienced health and safety professionals and developed by qualified elearning authors.Find out more
All courses are available 7 days a week and can be held at our purpose-built facilities or on your own premises. For a bespoke solution please contact Rosie Greer on 0345 456 9953 / 07966 614863.
|UKATA Asbestos Awareness – E-learning or Virtual||UKATA||2 hours||Online Course||Buy Now|
|UKATA Project Management||UKATA||1 day||virtual||11th December 2023||Book Now|
|P405 Asbestos Management in Buildings – Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire||BOHS||5 days||Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffs||11th December 2023||Book Now|
|P402 Surveying and Sampling Strategies for Asbestos in Buildings||BOHS||3 days||Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffs||18th December 2023||Book Now|
|UKATA Non Licensed Work||UKATA||1 days||Newcastle-under-Lyme||04th January 2024||Book Now|
|P403 Asbestos Fibre Counting (PCM)||BOHS||3 days||Newcastle-under-Lyme||22nd January 2024||Book Now|
|UKATA Project Management||UKATA||1 day||Newcastle-under-Lyme,Staffordshire||23rd January 2024||Book Now|
|UKATA Duty to Manage Appointed Person||UKATA||3 days||Virtual||24th January 2024||Book Now|
|P404 Air Sampling and Clearance Testing of Asbestos||BOHS||2 days||Virtual / Newcastle-under-Lyme||25th January 2024||Book Now|
|P402 Surveying and Sampling Strategies for Asbestos in Buildings||BOHS||3 days||Newcastle-under-Lyme||14th February 2024||Book Now|
|UKATA Project Management||UKATA||1 day||Virtual||20th February 2024||Book Now|
|UKATA Duty to Manage Appointed Person||UKATA||3 days||Virtual||21st February 2024||Book Now|
|P403 Asbestos Fibre Counting (PCM)||BOHS||3 days||Newcastle-under-Lyme||11th March 2024||Book Now|
|P404 Air Sampling and Clearance Testing of Asbestos||BOHS||2 days||Virtual / Newcastle-under-Lyme||14th March 2024||Book Now|
|P405 Asbestos Management in Buildings – Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire||BOHS||5 days||Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffs||18th March 2024||Book Now|
|P403 Asbestos Fibre Counting (PCM)||BOHS||3 days||Newcastle-under-Lyme||13th May 2024||Book Now|
|P404 Air Sampling and Clearance Testing of Asbestos||BOHS||2 days||Virtual / Newcastle-under-Lyme||16th May 2024||Book Now|
|P402 Surveying and Sampling Strategies for Asbestos in Buildings||BOHS||3 days||Newcastle-under-Lyme||19th June 2024||Book Now|
|P405 Asbestos Management in Buildings – Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire||BOHS||5 days||Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffs||24th June 2024||Book Now|
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