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#1 Posted : 20 November 2017 18:35:21(UTC)
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Hi ,

Looking for a little bit of advice from members. I completed my National Diploma in 2013, and have done a few   in house courses relating to Working at Height etc as part of my ongoing CPD. In 2016 I completed the National Fire Cert. So where next ?  the Construction Cert ?,  a 3 day Scaffold Inspector Course to increase my knowledge on this subject ? Train the trainer Manual Hndling ? Or do I try the Environmental Management Diploma ?

I enjoy the challenge of studying but dont want to waste my money so any advice would be welcome. 

#2 Posted : 21 November 2017 08:15:56(UTC)
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I'd suggest a general training skills course, not just manual handling related. It will give you skills for coaching & promotion as well as training/teaching. 

thanks 1 user thanked lorna for this useful post.
Michael999 on 21/11/2017(UTC)
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