Record breaking month for Nottingham based construction skills company

Record breaking month for Nottingham based construction skills company

UK Industries Training has experienced its busiest month since they started trading thanks to new courses boosting interest in their business.

Specialising in training courses that teach relevant skills and knowledge required to work on construction sites, November saw more than 500 people booking onto classes that the company offers.

Once they gain the qualifications, professionals are then able to start working on construction sites straight away. UK Industries Training is one of the only centres in the UK that offers the option to sit the course and test on the same day to make this process quicker.

Part of the UK Tool Hire franchise, the company now offers over 40 courses, all completed in-house to help get people working on site quicker.

John Wilkinson, Managing Director of UK Industries Training, said: “Usually, once the Health and Safety Awareness Course has taken place it is hard to find somewhere quickly and in a convenient location to sit the CSCS Computer Test, resulting in a long wait before people can start working on site. At UK Industries Training you can do both the Health & Safety Awareness Course and CSCS test same day saving customers time and money.

“We want to get people working as quickly as possible so they can use the skills they have learned to their best ability.”

Popularity of these courses is now set to make UK Industries Training the biggest provider of training courses in the East Midlands, as the company creates more skilled workers and hopes to drive the local economy in the process.

Based in Nottingham, their training centre hosts popular industrial training and construction courses including IPAF and PASMA training, Driver CPC training, CSCS training, as well as a number of health and safety courses. The company aims to raise awareness of actions in the work place, on-site conduct, and places emphasis on responsibilities to ensure both individual and team safety.

 

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