Alliance Learning, Horwich, Bolton have courses to suit everyone
22nd July 2013
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Alliance Learning are always introducing new courses and refining existing timetables to ensure that all their customers get the very best training and achieve success in all that they do. Alliance Learning have just released their course schedule for August to November. Here is what to expect.

Alliance Learning have 3 different first aid courses on offer, First Aid at Work, First Aid Refresher and First Aid Emergency at Work. Lengths vary between a day or 3 days, so it’s worth enquiring to see what would suit individual companies.

There are options to study entirely online as well. These are manual handling, sage book keeping, basic food hygiene, EDCL Extra and EDCL Essentials.

NVQ qualifications are available. These are plant operations and steel erecting as part of a roll off, roll on programme.

Other engineering related courses that Alliance Learning have starting in September are mechanical maintenance, welding, logic controls, hydraulics and electrical wiring. Those working at a senior level in the engineering trade will like telephone techniques, appraisals and train the trainer.

Fork lift truck driving is a highly specialised skill. Alliance Learning have training courses for novices’ right up to those training the drivers of tomorrow.

Alliance Learning recognise it is vital to keep safe in the work place. This is why they are running working at heights, safe use of ladders, safety harness, mobile tower scaffolding and mobile access platforms. In addition to that Alliance Learning have asbestos awareness, fire marshal, abrasive wheels, portable appliance testing, safety passport, use of overhead hoist and crane and managing and directing safety.

Non-members can take advantage of two special offers at the moment. The SSSTS course is usually £306 but is now £250 and the SMSTS was previously £632.50 but is now only £475.

Alliance Learning have apprenticeship vacancies available to start later on this year too, in childcare, engineering, health and social care and business administration. Companies could get up to £1,500 for taking on an apprentice. Currently there are over 100 young people looking for apprentices at the moment. There are many benefits for a company to take on apprentices. These include having new talent with original ideas, lower recruitment costs, skilled workforce and loyal employees.

For further information on any of the courses, such as their prices and dates, or just to have a chat about apprenticeship options, contact Alliance Learning on 01204 689592. 

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