Why choose this training?
This type of training is delivered at our offices in Worcester to a small, mixed group of delegates.
Here are five good reasons to sign up for a public training course:
You’d like to meet other people facing the same challenges
Our delegates rarely have the chance to talk to people in other organisations who face the same challenges. We encourage them to share their experiences both in the training sessions and during breaks. We even restrict the numbers on each course to ensure that each delegate has the opportunity to seek advice.
Courses often include a mix of manufacturers and service based industries and it’s always interesting to see how the two require a slightly different approach to elements of the Standard.
You want to leave feeling confident and inspired
Our course content is regularly refreshed to ensure it’s both informative and current so you’ll have access to the latest information.
The majority of courses mix theory and practical activities to ensure delegates understand what they are being taught.
All delegates leave with a training pack to help them implement what they have learned.
You want advice from people who practice what they preach
Our trainers are all experts in their field. Our ISO standard courses, for example, are all run by experienced assessors and consultants so they are well accustomed to applying theory to real life business scenarios.
You want stress-free training
Our public training courses are hosted at our training suite on the outskirts of Worcester. This is close to major road and rail links so is easy to reach and we can even ensure you have a parking space on arrival. [more info…]
The little touches
We always have plenty of tea, biscuits, pastries and sweets on offer as well as a buffet lunch! We are happy to cater for dietary requirements.
We recognise that you may not be able to shut off from work completely so we will understand if you need to pop out to take that all-important phone call. Free Wifi is also available to help you keep in touch with the office during breaks.
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