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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.
Following the growing interest in environmental training in the Middle East region we are also introducing the NEBOSH International Environmental Diploma to our Dubai centre with the first course starting in the Autumn of 2019. This is a three week course and has been structured to incorporate the NEBOSH Environmental Certificate to allow students to gain two qualifications.
These courses are also available online and can be studied anywhere in the world.
Gary Fallaize, RRC Managing Director comments "As somebody who has had a keen interest in environmental issues for many years, I am personally delighted that we can now offer the NEBOSH Environmental Diploma in Dubai. This will really help to develop the Environmental Practitioners in the region and prepare them for the challenges of this increasingly critical profession."
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RRC's tutors and course development team have been working hard throughout 2018 on a major upgrade of our online courses. These new courses significantly improve the learning experience; and initial analysis suggests they provide better completion and success rates.The advantages of online learning are well understood - flexibility and accessibility, study when you want and where you want. On the flip side there is the issue of "self motivation/ discipline", which is essential for successful study at a distance.
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Infinitely portable and available for hire, lease or purchase, the Hugo Lift is an impressive piece of kit which has already proven invaluable - particularly when there is restricted access or as a safer alternative to using steps or ladders. By hosting the upcoming seminar at the start of 2019, HLS will be encouraging further collaboration across the various industries, raising awareness of safety and sharing the company's industry-leading knowledge, as well as highlighting key areas for adhering to best practice.
Matt's potential was quickly recognised and he was chosen to be part of the organisations fast track management programme. By 2001, he had worked his way up to store manager, but had become interested in health and safety. He took the NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety, which helped him into his first health and safety role. He then went on to gain the NEBOSH National Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management and NEBOSH Certificate in Environmental Management.
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