We can run a public health training course on your premises.
- Fees are based on a minimum of eight per session and a maximum 15.
- You need to provide tables, chairs, laptop, digital projector, screen, flipchart, wall mounted clock, TV and a DVD/video player.
- We can't shorten courses to suit your operational needs.
For more information call 020 7341 5606 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prepare your staff
You can help your staff make the most of their training by explaining what to expect before their course. This includes:
- passing on joining instructions and a map
- emphasising punctuality - the trainer may turn away late comers and you won't get a refund
- telling them if there will be an exam at the end of the course or if they need to complete any assignments
- explaining they will have opportunities to put theory into practice back in the workplace
Staff who have just finished a shift duty won't benefit from training.
Candidates with special educational needs
If your staff have any special needs, let us know when you make your booking. This includes:
- a physical or learning disability
- non-native English speakers
We can provide extra support for these candidates by:
- applying to the examination body for special arrangements before they sit an exam
- providing information about courses in other languages
- providing examination papers in other languages, depending on the awarding body
We need four weeks’ notice to order exam papers in other languages.
For more informatation about language trainers and papers contact:
- Chartered Institute of Environmental Health 020 7827 5800
- Highfield Awarding Body for Compliance 0845 2260 350
We also work in partnership with Hammersmith and Fulham Adult Learning and Skills Service who provide various courses, such as English as a second Language and training skills.
If any of your staff need support with basic English, Maths and Computer Skills at Level 1, contact Nova New Opportunities on 020 8960 2488.
Reasonable adjustment for candidates sitting an examination
Candidates may need reasonable adjustment to sit an exam if they have:
- a permanent or long term disability, medical condition or special educational need
- a temporary or short term disability, medical condition or special educational need
- been indisposed at the time of the examination or assessment
- English as another language
We can make a formal application to the appropriate awarding examination body. There may be a delay in the candidate’s exam date pending a decision or appeal. The Council will refer to the awarding body’s procedures before an application.
Equality and diversity
The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea has a clear policy on equality and diversity.
Guided and distance learning
We offer guided learning courses leading to accredited qualifications awarded by Highfield Awarding Body for Compliance. These qualifications are fully in line with industry and regulatory standards.
Organisations and businesses that have four or more people can access the programme, both study and exam dates will be agreed.
Read more about guided learning.