Health and Safety training specialist Astutis Ltd is celebrating after achieving Gold Learning Partner Status from one of the world’s leading organisations for providing health, safety and environmental qualifications.
Astutis has received the highly sought-after recognition from NEBOSH for excelling in the provision of course tuition and support in health and safety training. The learning partner programme is a quality assurance scheme that recognises those providers who can prove that they meet the principles of best practice in the provision of NEBOSH course tuition and support.
Following accreditation, the Cardiff-based firm also launched two new NEBOSH courses for Occupational Health and Safety, which have a new structure, enabling learners to navigate easily with bite-sized micro learning plus offline study.
The Online NEBOSH General Certificate Courses are the most popular and recognised qualifications of their kind. Holders of this accreditation are able to identify, evaluate and control a wide range of workplace hazards. The qualification encourages a pragmatic approach to managing risk and covers the main legal requirements for health and safety in the UK.
Getting facilities up to scratch and having a workforce that is safety savvy is vital for businesses to minimise the risk of accidents and fatalities that could lead to stiff penalties. Astutis delivers NEBOSH, IOSH and IEMA approved courses enabling companies to assess and manage risks, protect employees and preserve the environment.
Achieving Learning Partner Gold Status with NEBOSH means that Astutis has exceeded six learning excellence principles: learner expectations, learning environment, quality of course materials, qualified tutors, learner support and delivery evaluation. Going the extra mile is part and parcel of Astutis’ role to help its worldwide customers achieve the very highest Health and Safety standards required by law to protect their staff. It has worked with over 3,000 global companies since being set up in 2011.
Steve Terry, managing director of Astutis, is thrilled at receiving gold status from NEBOSH as he feels that it reflects the high priority the company puts on quality tuition, innovative delivery and excellent learner support.
He said: “This achievement is exciting news. The NEBOSH Learning Partner Gold Status is only awarded to providers who greatly exceed learning excellence principles. We are extremely proud that NEBOSH has chosen Astutis to represent their global best practice programme.”
NEBOSH chief executive, Ian Taylor, congratulated Astutis on its 'amazing accomplishment' in attaining such a prestigious quality mark for learning excellence and is looking forward to a growing partnership between the two organisations.
He added: “NEBOSH is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. Having partners like Astutis is essential to achieving our goal of delivering the very highest quality learning to people taking NEBOSH qualifications and continuing our success for many more milestone anniversaries.”
Astutis provides market-leading health and safety and environmental training and consultancy solutions to clients in over 170 countries and has helped over 12,000 learners enrol onto approved HSE online courses. It delivers over 70 Health and Safety training courses for employers of all sizes, while its chartered consultants offer HSE support for organisations to achieve legal compliance and protect their workforce.