New CITB (Construction Industry Training Board) Approved Training Premises in Huddersfield!

Oct 24, 2022

Construction Site Workers and Tradespeople at every level have to regularly undertake approved health and safety qualifications to ensure that they remain safe and compliant at work.

It can be difficult to find availability on a course that is local, convenient and available to suit your timescale. But now we have new approved training premises in Huddersfield to help keep the workforce up to date and on the tools.

Majestic Site Management Ltd, based in the town centre of Huddersfield and just a 5 minute walk from both the bus and train stations, has passed a rigorous CITB audit process and is now registered as an ATO (Approved Training Organisation)

6 classroom-based courses are running from January 2023 including the 1 day Health and Safety Awareness (HSA) Course which is mandatory for everyone requiring a Green Card to work on site, the 2 day Site Supervision Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) for Site Supervisors, and the 5 day Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) for Site Managers.

Lee Marsden, MD of Majestic Site Management, said

‘We’ve worked incredibly hard to become a CITB Approved Training Organisation and I’m now delighted to be able to offer these important courses in my hometown, to compliment the wide variety of on-line courses that are also available through us.

We’re looking forward to welcoming delegates from all walks of the Construction Industry to Majestic Site Management’

PS. Look out for First Aid courses also coming in the New Year.

Courses are available to book now on the website  https://majesticsitemanagement.co.uk/ or for general and group enquiries contact Lee on 07456 722922 or lee@majesticsitemanagement.co.uk

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