Meet The Trainer
I have been involved with training for nearly 30 years.
For the last 10 years this has been in health and safety and
since the advent of effective asbestos legislation in 2002
in the field of Asbestos in particular. I am a qualified
Asbestos Surveyor holding the P402 BIOH (British
Occupational Hygiene) qualification. I also have
qualifications and have been trained in IOSH (Institute of
Occupational Safety and Health) risk management and CDM
(Construction Design and Management) regulations 2007. This
breadth of knowledge assists me in planning courses to meet
my client’s needs. However I do not attempt to train except
in my own specialist area of knowledge.
In the last decade I have delivered training to
organisations as varied as corporate and government bodies
both large and small with groups of up to 70 people.
I believe that training has to be kept interesting.
Although it is delivered by power point presentation the
course involves well managed delegate participation.
HSE have a range of useful resources particularly some
short videos. However what is most important is not how much
you cram into a training course but how much your delegates
remember afterwards. Training has to be relevant to be
Bainbridge Asbestos is a member of the United Kingdom
Asbestos Training Association (UKATA) an organisation dedicate
to excellence in asbestos training.
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