New additional courses for 2020!
New Year, New Additional Courses!
Happy New Year from everyone at CISTC! 2020 is looking to be a very busy year for us with lots of new courses!
In 2019 we launched an additional 3 courses on top of the 36 training courses that we were running. We saw the arrival of our first four newly branded vehicles, creating a professional look for the business whilst also showcasing what we have to offer.
2020 has only just begun and CISTC are expanding further. January 2020 sees the launch of several new courses: Highways England Courses, NVQs, Mental Health 1 Day Champion and Mental Health 1/2 Day Awareness. All are available to run on-site and at our training centre.
We now have an impressive 77 training courses, as well as improved equipment and facilities to help drive forward our passion for learning and sharing knowledge. But that’s not all… 2020 will also see the opening of 5 new training rooms, showing our commitment to our employees, the organisation and to learning.
With a wide range of training courses available, CISTC has something for everyone.
New 2020 Courses
- Highways England – This course will equip you with a basic understanding of health and safety, and knowledge of the principle hazards and risks, legislation and best practice to safely work on Highways England‘s Strategic Road Network (SRN)
- NVQs (Level 2 – Level 6) – NVQs are required when upgrading from a CPCS Red Card to a CPCS Blue Card. They are also required for certain types of CSCS Card, for example, Supervisors and Managers Cards.
- Mental Health 1 Day Champion – This one day course qualifies you as an MHFA Champion. You will get an understanding of: common mental health issues, knowledge and confidence to advocate for mental health awareness, the ability to spot signs of mental ill-health and skills to support positive wellbeing.
- Mental Health 1/2 Day Awareness – This introductory four-hour session raises awareness of mental health. You will cover: what mental health is and how to challenge stigma, a basic knowledge of some common mental health issues, an introduction to looking after your own mental health and maintaining wellbeing and confidence to support someone in distress or who may be experiencing a mental health issue.
We look forward to seeing what else this year will bring.