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Get Ahead in Your Safety Career with an IOSH Qualification

Are you looking to take your safety career to the next level? Have you considered obtaining an IOSH (Institution of Occupational Safety and Health) qualification? IOSH qualification will improve your knowledge and skills in safety management and open up a wide range of career opportunities. 

Why do an IOSH course?

"Why do this course instead of another?"

IOSH (Institution of Occupational Safety and Health) is the world's largest membership body for health and safety professionals. They are a globally recognised chartered body that promotes and leads the highest standards in the industry. IOSH courses give you a robust knowledge of assessing risks and creating a safe and profitable work environment. They also form a strong foundation for further education in health and safety and related fields.

Who can do it, and how?

"If there's a course for every situation, is it right for me?"

With the variety of courses under the IOSH umbrella, there's a course suitable for everyone, from specialised such as IOSH Safety, Health & Environment for Construction Workers, to enable labourers to gain their Green CSCS card to the more general IOSH Managing Safely. They have no formal entry requirements, and due to the multiple ways to take the course, it can work around you– whether it be days in the classroom, a virtual classroom or whenever you've got some spare time to do eLearning.

What courses are available?

"How can SK Training help me?"

SK Training has multiple IOSH courses available within our training network, from IOSH Leading Safely for anyone in leadership or management roles to IOSH Working Safely for workers at all levels.

Our next available open course for IOSH Managing Safely is via zoom from the 14th to the 16th of June.

To find out more information or discuss your training needs, talk to our Training Team by calling 01427 420 405 or email  or


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