All our RoSPA approved courses were assessed against the following criteria:
The RoSPA assessor gives marks for each category the maximum score being 42.
EVERY ONE OF OUR COURSES SCORED A MAXIMUM 42 out of 42. A STRAIGHT 100%.
The RoSPA assessor commented;
"I have no hesitation in giving RoSPA course approval status to these courses once the moderations have taken place as recommended.
They are excellent from beginning to end, from administration to final tests. Good course content and interaction; it is good that a delegate cannot skip on without completing each page. The content is up to date with current legislation pending the changes as mentioned and attached."
Approved by: R Burgon CMIOSH Workplace Safety Manager Date: 31/08/2014
*Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) is a British charity which aims to promote safety and has been at the heart of accident prevention in the UK and around the world for almost 100 years.
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