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Health & Safety Training Ltd

Government funded training provider expands operation with new training centres

Established in Newcastle, Tyne & Wear, Durham and Northumberland and working with over 1,500 companies in the North East of England, a health & safety training provider are expanding their operation to become even more comprehensive, as they look to help the unemployed people of Teesside.

Thanks in part to £600,000 of government funding, Health & Safety Training Ltd https://www.hst.uk.com now able to offer fully funded training including forklift trucks, cherry pickers & scissors lift, mobile scaffold & warehousing for unemployed people on active benefits, from their new training centre in Billingham. And thanks to a new partnership with local plant hire company (C G Robinson), they can also offer heavy plant machinery training such as telescopic handler & dumper truck in Stockton-on-Tees.

The company will pay for travel expenses, provide lunch and also give PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) for all eligible attendees.
Phil Binks, owner of Health and Safety Training Ltd, commented: “We’re a health and safety training provider who have been based in the Newcastle area for the past 15 years, successfully training thousands of unemployed people as well as countless employees from companies in the North East each year.”
HST provide a huge range of courses to people throughout the North East, working closely with Newcastle & Teesside Job Centres to help those who are seeking employment. Mr Binks continues: “We have now invested to provide training at two new sites in Teesside to deliver the very same training programmes that have been successful for us in Newcastle, helping people gain nationally recognised qualifications that employers are crying out for and to get them back into work.”

With 18 instructors across their new Teesside training centres, they are available to provide comprehensive training across various disciplines and applications for candidates of varying skill levels to help boost their CVs. Courses available range from first aid training to the operation of heavy machinery including forklifts and plant equipment, with all courses accredited by some of the industry’s foremost authorities, including RTITB, NPORS, PASMA, IPAF and IOSH.


For more information about the company and training centres, contact Phil Binks, Managing Director, on 0191 2666222
Newcastle council reference: https://www.newcastle.gov.uk/business/health-and-safety/training-courses-health-and-safety

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