Kingsway Training have just received confirmation that they are now able to part-fund the NEBOSH General Certificate programme for organisations based in the Humber region (subject to eligibility), through the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
We have a course commencing on Tuesday 15 July 2014 – contact us now to check if you are eligible and don’t miss out on this great opportunity.
This is welcome news to many organisations within the Humber region who have a need for employees to gain this highly recognised qualification.
What does this mean to organisations?
Subject to eligibility, organisations will receive £800 towards the cost of the NEBOSH General Certificate programme, ie the cost will be £268.80 + VAT plus £107 registration fee.
The funding support is through the Skills Support for the Workforce (SSW) and Local Response Funds in the Humber region and is managed by Hull College Group. The project is funded by the European Social Fund.
What is the eligibility criteria?
- Organisations must be an SME (Small to Medium Enterprises) with less than 250 employees, based in the Humber region (Sole Traders and Self-Employed are also eligible)
- Employees attending the training must be aged 19 or over with a contract of employment
- Employees must be a resident in the UK/EU for the last 3 years or more
How do I find out more?
If you are interested in checking if you or your organisation is eligible to receive funding support, please contact Sarah Franklin on 01724 294040 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
As people become less willing to tolerate the harmful effects of work, and as employers are becoming increasingly aware of the need to tackle health and safety issues, the task of those responsible for managing health and safety in the workplace becomes both more complex and more crucial. This nationally accredited qualification offers an in depth appreciation across a broad spectrum of Health & Safety issues.
It is designed to help those with health and safety responsibilities to be able to discharge more effectively their organisational duties and functions.