AIS Training are an ECITB approved test centre.
Delegates can complete a range of ECITB Knowledge Tests in subject areas that include electrical installation, electrical maintenance, mechanical maintenance, pipefitting, rigging and plating.
This training programme has been designed for those who need to refresh their Forklift Qualification.
The course is delivered using a combination of theory and practical sessions, providing an understanding of forklift trucks and best practice and safe systems of work when operating an FLT.
Working safely is a one-day course for people at any level, in any sector, needing a grounding of health and safety. It focuses on why health and safety is important, and how you can make a real difference to the wellbeing of yourself and others through changing your behaviour.
H2S is one of the most deadly occupational hazards affecting operations in the oil and gas industries. The training covers relevant information and legislation and practical detection and measurement of the flammable gas, plus the correct emergency response to an H2S leak.
The ECITB CCNSG Safety Passport Refresher training programme must be completed within 3 years of gaining a CCNSG Safety Passport Card to remain certified.
Delegates will refresh their understanding of all aspects of working safely.
The purpose of this course is to provide delegates on the awareness of HAVS, to identify the given vibrations from a variety of hand power tools.
This course will enable anyone responsible for the management and conducting of COSHH assessments in the workplace to recognise the requirement for a COSHH assessment, and for them to carry out these assessments methodically and in conjunction with current legislation.
ECITB Manual Handling provides an understanding of the risks and practical issues involved in manual handling.
Delegates will learn to carry out manual handling tasks in a safe way.
To give managers, supervisors, and all personnel involved in manual handling risk assessment the necessary skills to successfully assess and complete such assessments. The classroom based training can be completed using generic or company specific assessment documentation and systems, and covers all areas of manual handling risk assessment. Please note this course is delivered at our sister company Survivex's training location.
This course is designed to train delegates in the theory and practice of the Isolation Standard – Safe Isolation and Reinstatement of Plant (SIRP). Please note this course is delivered at our sister company Survivex's training location.
ECITB Leading a Team Safely (LaTS) focuses on the essentials of being a leader.
Delegates will learn the health and safety responsibilities of supervisory staff when planning, implementing and reviewing.
The aim of this half day course is to provide the necessary skills and knowledge to inspect, produce records and safely use portable ladders and step ladders.
To give managers, supervisors, and all personnel involved in manual handling risk assessment the necessary skills to successfully assess and complete such assessments. The classroom based training can be completed using generic or company specific assessment documentation and systems, and covers all areas of manual handling risk assessment.
This half day course is designed to give the candidate the basic knowledge, skills and attitudes to identify the risks involved in working with Benzene and a potentially hazardous environment.
ECITB Role of an Effective Supervisor is part of the supervisor training programmes which have been developed by ECITB.
Delegates will learn the role and responsibilities of an effective supervisor.
ECITB Leading The Individual focuses on the relationships within a team and the role of the leader.
Delegates will learn to use praise and recognition to improve performance.
ECITB Improving Job Site Effectiveness is part of the supervisor training programmes which have been developed by ECITB.
Delegates will learn how to manage continous improvement of a job site by measuring its effectiveness.
Understand the importance of managing health and safety at work
ECITB Becoming an Effective Communicator is part of the supervisor training programmes which have been developed by ECITB.
Delegates will learn key communication and management skills required in a supervisory role.
This course is to enable staff with an enhanced saftey roles to meet the the training requirmenets detailed in the Department for Communites and Local Government guidance and current workplace fire safety legislation.
LOLER is the prime source of information and guidance with respect to legislation concerning onshore and offshore lifting operations and lifting equipment.
This course is an excellent introduction to safe lifting awareness and can be tailored to your specific organisation or industry sector requirements. It also assists companies whose Safety Management System (SMS) requires lifting operations to be safely managed.
Management and leadership skills are key to the success of an organisation. Good managers can transform business results through ensuring employees are engaged and motivated whilst reaching their potential. The transition from employee to manager is considered to be the most challenging of any management career and this course focuses on developing core, foundation skills which enable aspiring, new and those already in role to take this step confidently and successfully.
Management and leadership skills are key to the success of an organisation. Good managers can transform business results through ensuring employees are engaged and motivated whilst reaching their potential. Managers are often promoted and ‘learn on the job’ and miss the opportunity to learn management skills. This course is designed for managers who have been in post for a period of time, normally at middle management level, and want to formalise their experience and enhance their practice.
Management and leadership skills are key to the success of an organisation. Senior leaders are critical to the success of the organisation through the culture they create and the expectation they set of others. They require exceptional communication skills and the ability to drive performance through their management team, empowering others whilst maintaining high levels of accountability.
Working at Height - Unit 4 Managers and Supervisors demonstrates a selection of working at height techniques.
Delegates will gain a comprehensive understanding of site managers and supervisors responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and its supporting regulations.
This training programme has been designed for novices with little or no previous FLT driving experience (or for those with no formal FLT qualification). Please note that course durations will vary depending on how many are booked onto the course.
The Working at Height - Unit 2 PPE User course is an exciting programme for those involved in advanced measures of working at height.
Delegates will gain practical skills of instructing within a variety of advanced working at height environments.
This course has been designed to ensure operators of the Bristle Blaster Pneumatic and Electric tools achieve an acceptable standard of surface preparation to meet and exceed the requirements of paint, coating and composite manufacturers.
The Working at Height - Unit 3 Use of Rescue Equipment training course is catered towards those whose role involves an advanced measure of working at height, or those who instruct within such an environment.
The Working at Height - Unit 6 PFPE Inspection User training course is an exciting programme catered towards candidates who are actively involved in the control of working at height equipment.
This training programme has been designed for those who need to refresh their Forklift Qualification.
Electrical safety training courses for people at all levels and experience. AIS Electrical Safety Training courses can be customised to suit customer requirements and will relate to the type of activities that your personnel may need to carry out.
Designed to provide delegates with an understanding of safe working practises when using abrasive wheels.
This AIS training course is aimed at operatives who work with sharps, along with supervisors and managers who control such activities. It is designed to provide an insight to some of the issues associated with the incorrect handling of sharp objects as well as health risks, and ensuring the safe disposal and handling of these implements. Good prevention such as effective risk management and sharps training is key to preventing this hazard becoming a reality.
The National General Certificate is the most widely held health and safety qualification in the UK with over 175,000 people having gained the award since it was launched in 1989.
The NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health (IGC) is widely respected throughout the world and is essential for anybody working in or looking to work in the field of health and safety. It provides an excellent introduction to occupational safety and health and is suitable for working in all types of organisations and industries.
Providing delegates with a good understanding of the risks and practical issues involved with manual handling.
Asbestos awareness course will inform trainees of the legislation linked to Asbestos
The ECITB CCNSG Safety Passport training programme is a common prerequisite for anyone working on construction sites.
Delegates will gain an understanding of all aspects of working safely.
AIS offer a number of different courses, ranging from half day sessions in basic life support to full courses in Offshore First Aid at Work.
IOSH Managing safely is designed to give managers all they need to know to help them effectively manage health and safety in their workplace. It covers key health and safety issues, and includes a section on environment protection.
This theory-based course is designed to give delegates an understanding of the depth and quality of content required in the production and completion of lifting plans and risk assessments.
AIS RPE Face Fit Testing is for any persons who work in environments where the air is unfit to breathe and are required to wear Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE).