Trade and Construction Bundle 

only £35 + VAT

12 online certificated courses 

Working at Height, Asbestos Awareness, Manual Handling, Abrasive Wheels, Confined Spaces, COSHH Awareness, Fire Safety, Electrical Safety, Noise at Work, PUWER, Safeguarding Awareness and Slips Trips and Falls.

IOSH Working Safely

Was £65 + VAT Now Only £59 + VAT

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No hidden extras, price includes: 

Online course - Online assessment - IOSH certificate.

Bulk buying? ask our sales department for a bulk discount code.



  • Complete your training in your own time. When you purchase one of our courses you are given access to our learning portal for 12 months, giving you plenty of time to complete your training.
  • Work through the course at your own speed. Our system continuously logs your progress so you can return to where you left off at any time.
  • Download your own RoSPA, ConCEST, IATP or IOSH approved certificates. When you pass a course exam you will instantly receive a pdf certificate of achievement that can be downloaded. 
  • CPD points. All of our courses have a number of CPD points associated with them, add these to your own overall CPD total.
  • Set up learner groups to track learner progress and view certificates. Perfect for companies and teams and it's free of charge. 
  • Save £££'s with one of our bundle deals, starting from just £25 +VAT.

We’re a certified social enterprise and a member of the national trade body, Social Enterprise UK. 

We are one of more than 70,000 social enterprises across Britain tackling social and environmental problems. Free of shareholders, social enterprises choose to plough their profits back into the business to deliver on their social or environmental mission, which might be getting homeless people off the streets and into work, or reducing the amount of waste that goes into landfill. 

UK social enterprise facts

  • Britain’s social enterprise sector contributes 24 billion to the economy and employs one million people.
  • Social enterprises are much more likely to be led by women than mainstream businesses: 40% per cent of social enterprises have a female chief executive, compared with 7% of FTSE 100 companies.
  • The majority of social enterprises (59%) actively employ people who are disadvantaged in the labour market, including ex-offenders, people with disabilities and the long-term unemployed.
  • Three quarters (74%) of social enterprises pay the Living Wage as accredited by the Living Wage Foundation.

To find out more about social enterprise, visit www.socialenterprise.org.uk