Our Electrical students have recently completed IOSH training to help them with their future careers! IOSH has provided training to our students for two years.
The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) are a training provider committed to creating a safer and healthier world of work. IOSH are the biggest health and safety membership organisation in the world and the only Chartered body for health and safety professionals.
Paul Richards and Andy Shippam from Interserve organised with Aimee Neal Stone from IOSH to complete the training over two days for 40 of our students. The training will provide support to our students for their future careers. Paul is very passionate about improving and instilling safe practices at work that continually improve the safety for everyone in the workplace. The company supplied the workbooks and certification free of charge to the College.
John Clarke, Southport College Principle said “We are extremely grateful for the support, time and expertise IOSH have provided the College once again through this training. It is of great benefit to our students and adds real value to their programme.”
Phil Ross, lecturer in Electrical Installation said “I would like to thank IOSH for supporting Southport College students for another year to achieve the working safely certificate in health and safety on site. The qualification is highly recognised in the construction industry and gaining employment in their future careers. I would also like to thank Paul Richards and Andy Shippam for organising the training with IOSH. All the hard work and time that they’ve put into the organisation has really paid off!”
If you’re interested in completing a course at Southport College visit our website www.southport.ac.uk for more information. If you would like more information about IOSH please follow the link to their website:https://www.iosh.co.uk