RRC celebrates 90 years in its daily prize draw at SH Expo 2018
Wednesday 25th April 2018
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To help celebrate our 90 years of delivering the highest quality training and education with our students, customers and friends, we have some very special offers at this year's show.
Our prize draw will each day see the lucky winner receive a £1,000 training voucher for use on any RRC course, plus runner up prizes of Health & Safety for Dummies books. One lucky winner will also get our mystery prize, which is something to enjoy and nothing to do with training or HSE.
We are launching our all new NEBOSH Certificate courses at the show and will be offering show discounts of 30% on all online courses plus some special offers on classroom courses
As always we will have our full library of NEBOSH course materials and will be selling these off for highly discounted prices on the last day, as this saves us having to carry them back to the car!
For those who cannot make the show Michael, RRC's roving reporter, will again be running our popular virtual expo featuring news and videos live form the exhibition, interviews with the RRC On Stand Team and some surprise guests. Plus there will be the chance to sign up for prize draws and special offers, as well as a few free downloads.
Gary Fallaize commented: "Being with RRC for nearly a third of its 90 years I have seen a lot of change. Over the years the safety shows in Harrogate, Birmingham and now London have been a highlight of the year. It is really great to meet our students and customers, and we have received great feedback over the years that has helped RRC innovate and remain one of the UK's leading training providers ".
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