The Whole Thing reserves the right to alter dates, content, venue and the trainer for each course with reasonable notice.
This course is CPD Certified with each day equivalent to 6.5 hours of CPD
The Whole Thing together with the *City of Glasgow College offers a range of courses designed to improve your skills and knowledge to ensure your workplace, staff and working conditions are Healthy and Safe.
These courses are for those who want to develop a career in health and safety, or for those who have a responsibility for health and safety or first aid in the workplace.
Elementary First Aid
This award meets the MCA mandatory requirements and is a basic First Aid Qualification for those in the Maritime Industry. Assessment will be by a practical/theory based assessment.
Emergency First Aid
This short course is aimed at emergency first aiders, or anyone wanting to gain knowledge of basic life-saving first aid and workplace health and safety regulations. It is certificated for 3 years. Approved and certificated by…
First Aid at Work
Emergency First Aid in the workplace/recognition and management of illness and injury in the workplace. This short course is aimed at workplace first aiders and is a more advanced in-depth course than the one-day emergency…
First Aid at Work Refresher
The First Aid at Work Refresher course at City of Glasgow College is a two-day course approved by SQA at SCQF level 6. The course is aimed at nominated workplace first aiders or anyone looking to refresh their first aid…
IOSH Directing Safely
Accredited by the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), the Directing Safely course helps directors and owners of small and medium sized businesses understand the moral, legal and business case for proactive…
IOSH Managing Safely
Accredited by the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Managing Safely is designed for people who are required to manage safely and effectively, in compliance with policy and best practice. The course is accredited by…
NEBOSH National General Certificate in occupational Safety and Health
The NEBOSH National General Certificate at City of Glasgow College is a globally recognised qualification and is suitable for managers, supervisors and staff from all types of organisations who need a broad understanding of…
REHIS Elementary Health and Safety Certificate
The REHIS Elementary Health and Safety Certificate is a one day course designed as a first level qualification which will provide staff with practical information and advice to ensure safe workplaces and that work activities…
Selected courses can be tailored to meet client needs, both individuals for CPD purposes and groups of employees.
The Whole Thing World Ltd, UK has formed an association with the City of Glasgow College, UK so that proven professional technical training can be used by The Whole Thing network.
City of Glasgow College is Scotland’s largest college and currently offers a wide choice of vocational and leisure courses to around 32,500 students from 135 different countries.
The College has been involved in Health and Safety training to a wide variety of industry sectors for over 30 years. They have held NEBOSH accreditation for approximately 25years, with more than 1000 candidates completing National Green Certificate in that time. Their candidates consistently perform above the national average.
The college became an accredited IOSH centre in April 2000 and delivers courses in Directing, Managing and Working Safely to a wide range of companies and industry sectors including engineering, energy, facilities management (defense, utilities) healthcare and many others.
Each delegate will be asked to complete a pre-course questionnaire to determine their individual learning objectives. These will be used by the trainer to give on track training that is focused on the individual learner attending.
ON-TRACK FOR GROWTH
The individual leaves this program with a Personal Action Plan to encourage immediate transfer of training to the job.
REGISTER FOR THIS COURSE
To register for this course please review the grey box above. If no public course is listed or the location and dates shown don’t suit you then please request a proposal for this course either as a public training course or if you have 6 delegates or more as an in-company training course by clicking on Request a Proposal.