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The only course devised in collaboration with the UK’s leading wind power generation companies, setting the benchmark in terms of critical information relevance and delivery, is now being launched in an exciting open format.
Expertly developed to empower engineers and management working on and off shore in the wind power sector to improve their efficiency and capability into and beyond tomorrow, ‘Managing Safely for Wind Power’ is a pioneering critical-information course which gets to the heart of the planning and design, construction, operations and maintenance issues which are specific to this fast-growing sector, representing a deliberate and dynamic sea change from the raft of generic ‘one size fits all’ safety training courses currently available.
Owned by critical business solutions specialist ARMSA Consulting, this totally unique IOSH accredited course has been created with over £80k investment in research and design to ensure delegates receive relevant, engaging and essential information which fully relates to their role and working environment. Unlike arbitrary training courses, this product is deliberately devised to energise and empower delegates to work smarter by delivering essential training which understands all of their issues, covering health and safety as an intrinsic part of both a person’s and an organisation’s overall operational efficiency, helping individuals to comprehend their inherent value within the wider supply chain structure.
Using up to the minute examples and a concurrent stream of information not available in any other session anywhere in the world, ‘Managing Safely for Wind Power’ is the touchstone product to enlighten delegates on their capacity to add value to their organisation. It has proved highly successful when run in-house for some of the world’s leading renewable energy companies and previous delegates state the course clearly explained the risks and lifecycle of the wind power site, providing decisive nuts and bolts tools and techniques to immediately improve their workplace efficiency.
Phenomenal market growth creates its own set of problems and ARMSA Consulting has a unique and penetrating understanding of the issues facing the wind power generation sector. The company speaks the language of the industry’s engineering and construction teams, risk and CSR managers, designers, project managers, site engineers, developers and planners, supervisors and team leaders, health safety and environmental professionals, challenging their perceptions of risk through vital active learning.
The accompanying workbook, operational and risk management toolkits are highly detailed yet specific and unambiguous. ARMSA Consulting’s clear message is this: by improving health and safety, not only are workers and corporate reputations protected, but there is also a strategic focus on supporting company effectiveness, returns on investment and operational efficiency.
This indispensable five-day information source is now available to all in a choice of two sessions: 17-21 October and 28 November – 2 December 2011. It is being held at a centrally located training centre in Warrington, Cheshire. Places cost £995 and are limited. A second series is scheduled in 2012 – dates to be announced. Interested parties should call ARMSA business development director Nia Humphreys on 0844 880 5111. More details and enrolment information are available on ARMSA Consulting’s website.
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