| Health and Safety Firm Offers Free Monthly Training Sessions in Aid of Charity Rhino Safety, a healthy and safety training and consultancy based in celebrates the launch of their new charity based training initiative set to kick off in October.|
The initiative will see the company offer in-person training courses including Fire Aid, Fire Safety and Mental Health Awareness training to both local and national businesses in aid of charity. Starting in October, Rhino Safety will be running one accredited training course per month at their newly unveiled training suite. The course will be free to attend, with delegates being asked to make a donation to a charity in lieu of the usual fee.
The Rhino Safety team will take it in turns to pick a charity each month, and all donations will then receive all the donations. Any donation is welcomed, but Rhino recommends £50 (all courses have an RRP of £80+VAT per person). The first course on offer for October will be First Aid. Courses will be held at the Edwin Foden Centre in Sandbach, and include refreshments, lunch, and all course/qualification materials. Businesses are limited to booking a maximum of two places, and courses are open to anyone whether via a business or as an individual. Since Covid restrictions were lifted earlier in the year, Rhino Safety has welcomed high attendance and interest in many of its training courses, particularly in areas such as health and safety and mental health and wellbeing.
The trend is a clear indicator that, in light of the last 18 months, businesses are committed to investing in the health, wellbeing and personal development of their workforce. Welcoming the launch of the initiative, Director Cate Walter said: ‘We have always been heavily involved with our local third-sector community, providing direct health and safety support to those organisations who would otherwise struggle to access expert training. With our new training facility, we thought we could widen our scope of provision in a way that benefits multiple people at the same time’.
Co-Director Simon Walter added “We want as many people as possible to be trained in areas such as first aid and fire safety, because it is good for businesses and good for the population as a whole. This way, people can gain valuable qualifications whilst also helping out charities, so it’s a real feel-good exercise!”
Rhino Safety has over 10 years experience in delivering health and safety training across a range of sectors and industries and are members of key health and safety institutions such as the International Institute of Risk & Safety Management (IIRSM) and the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (ROSPA). As proud members of the South Cheshire Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the team at Rhino Safety are passionate about investing in their local area. Lifelong supporters of Crewe Alexandra, the team have worked closely with the club to support their community. To book your place or for further enquiries, please contact them by phone: 01270 440341 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘Charity Training’.
For more info visit: www.rhinosafety.co.uk
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