For 2019 RRC are introducing two new NEBOSH Courses to its Dubai classroom schedule along with expanding the courses offered in its UK centres.Launched in London in mid 2018, RRC's NEBOSH HSE Certificate in H&S Leadership Excellence course has proven exceptionally popular and for 2019 we have scheduled further courses in Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester & Newcastle. We are also introducing the course to our Dubai centre with the first course in February, and a further 4 dates scheduled throughout the year.
Virtual reality comes in many forms. Current versions involve viewing a virtual world inside a head mounted display (HMD) shutting out the real world. If you can still see your immediate surroundings, that's augmented reality - a subject for another article. The virtual world might be a computer-generated 3D environment or a 360o video.
Over the next few months Denmark, Germany, Indonesia, Vietnam and possibly Afghanistan are on the schedule. I also see on various social media platforms some of our more adventurous fellow training providers are travelling the world to meet the growing demand for UK HSE training.It’s not without its problems; a keen eye has to be kept on the news and the FCO website as clients are not always in the nicer parts of the world.
Safety practitioners rely partly on the power of persuasion, so effectiveness in conversation can be the difference between success and failure.But what makes a safety conversation successful and how can safety practitioners become better at making the most of every opportunity to deliver their messages?
Launched at an event at the University of Portsmouth by EEF Chair, Dame Judith Hackitt, and Djamel Ait-Boudaoud, Executive Dean at the University of Portsmouth, the courses are being ran in the UK as public programmes and globally as in-company training programmes.
The course takes around 120 hours of study with online assessment, so no need to attend formal exams. Most importantly, successful completion of the course meets the requirements for Practitioner Membership of IEMA (PIEMA). For those who do not know much about IEMA it is well worth visiting their website to see the benefits membership gives to the Environmental Professional.As with all RRC’s online courses, learners have unlimited access to tutor support and can study the course anywhere in the world.
The modules on this course provide an introduction to risk management, key knowledge and tools to work safely, as well as providing workers with the guidance to look after their own well-being, and those around them. All learning materials are sourced from IOSH themselves and are designed to show you how to work safely, prevent accidents, and use IOSH best practice guidelines.
By choosing online study the training fits in and around your life. No fixed days or hours of study, no travelling to learning or exam sites. No charges for cancelling or rearranging, no travel, expenses or accommodation fees. The ability to dip in and out of the training as and when you want and to move at the pace that you require as an individual learner.