Electrical Training to become an Electrician

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With the current high demand for all tradesmen, many people are looking for new careers as electricians. The traditional route would be to take an apprenticeship gaining the required qualifications and experience over 3 to 4 years. However, that is not the only route many people looking to become an… Read More »

Health and Safety Awareness Mock Test

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Prepare for your CITB Health and Safety Awareness course with a complete mock assessment. This assessment is in the same format as it will be on your course. Please be aware that the below questions are intended to give you an idea of the real assessment and none of the… Read More »

Did you know you can take your SMSTS Course Virtually?

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Are you thinking of getting your CITB SMSTS Certificat? Why should you attend the virtual course from home? Firstly, the CITB SMSTS training will help site managers, agents and supervisors to manage health and safety on a construction site. Secondly, the SMSTS course content is in accordance with current legal… Read More »

Virtual Online CITB SSSTS Training Courses

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If you need an SSSTS card, then taking the Virtual SSSTS course from your own home or workplace is a great way to gain this qualification. This 2-day course teaches delegates to understand the laws and regulations and the duties of a supervisor when it comes to safety in the… Read More »

Is your NRSWA card about to expire?

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If you work on the highways and hold an NRSWA card, you’ll notice it has an expiry date.  Your street works units will be valid for five years, it’s possible to have more than one unit on your card, and they may expire at different times.  Excavation and reinstatement  If… Read More »

Virtual CITB Health and Safety Awareness

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You can now complete your CITB Health and Safety Awareness, to help get your CSCS card, online from home. Our Virtual CITB courses are a quick and easy way to meet part of the requirements to get your CSCS card.  For full details on how to get your CSCS labourers… Read More »

Virtual Classroom Support During Your Online Course

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As the world adapts to a new socially distanced way of life, we are all expected to adapt with it, this means changing our behaviour and using new tools and services. Some are simple, like using our debit card instead of cash, some are harder like working from home and… Read More »

Online CITB Temporary Works Coordinator Courses

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So, you are looking to take a CITB Temporary Works Coordinator course and considering the option of online learning. We believe it’s an excellent choice. So let us explain about the CITB qualification and what you will experience with our Online CITB Temporary Works Coordinator Virtual classroom. Online CITB Temporary… Read More »

Online Nebosh Courses – Virtual Classroom

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So, you are looking to take a NEBOSH course and considering the option of online learning. We believe it’s an excellent choice. So let us explain about the NEBOSH qualification and what you will experience with our Online Nebosh Virtual classroom. Nebosh Virtual Classroom It’s important that first, we make… Read More »

Virtual Classroom Online Learning- Real Alternative or Gimmick ?

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  We are all experiencing massive changes to our day to day lives due to the pandemic. This is requiring us to adapt and make changes to the way we communicate with colleagues, friends and family. Fortunately with the technology and fast broadband available today many people are able to… Read More »

Virtual Training Courses – Live Training

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  The options to receive training is going through a dramatic change due to the social distancing restrictions. You now have exciting new choices as we utilise the 21st Centuries technology to bring Virtual training courses into your home or workplace. So what does this mean to you and what… Read More »

Have you considered virtual training?

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Recently life has changed so quickly and for so many, catching up with colleagues in the tea room has been replaced by Friday morning socials on Zoom. Heading to the pub for a friends birthday has been replaced by Saturday night pub quizzes on Kahoot. Even in today’s world of… Read More »

NEBOSH Gold Learning Partner Status

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We’re excited to announce that NEBOSH has recognised Project Skills Solutions as a Gold Learning Partner. The highest level within the NEBOSH Partner programme. Gold NEBOSH Learning Partner NEBOSH recognise how important it is to the success of your NEBOSH qualification to choose the training provider that is right for… Read More »

Coronavirus Notice Advice and Guidance

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As countries around the world attempt to contain the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) we wanted to share with our customers the steps we are taking to minimise the impact to our customers and keep our customers and staff safe. Booking with PSS Before booking your course with Project Skills Solutions,… Read More »

CITB Temporary Works – Which course is for me?

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So you’re thinking about attending a Temporary Works Coordinator course? Or you’ve been told to go on one, but you didn’t realise there were 3 to choose from? This blog takes a look at temporary works courses and specifically the differences between a Temporary Works Coordinator, Temporary Works Supervisor and… Read More »

SSSTS vs SMSTS

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So you’re about to become a site supervisor or manager? Or you’re looking to take the next step in your career? Perhaps your boss has told you to go on an SSSTS or an SMSTS course? How do you know which is best? Both courses are now available ONLINE Virtual… Read More »

IOSH vs NEBOSH

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People often ask us about the difference between IOSH and NEBOSH, is one better than the other? Which qualification should they go for? And what are IOSH and NEBOSH? Hopefully, this article can shed some light, help you make a decision on the qualification best for you, and give you… Read More »

Temporary Changes Applying for your CSCS Card

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Short term changes when applying for your CSCS card came into play in December 2019. These changes are starting to affect delegates applying for their labourer card after sitting the CITB Health, Safety and Awareness course. Applying for your card We usually advise our delegates that they can apply for… Read More »

Health and safety plan for a new company

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Starting up a new company is exciting. Between branching out into a new area, hiring staff, getting your business premises sorted and much much more, you will have countless things to think about. Perhaps one aspect that is not as exhilarating is creating a health and safety policy. It probably… Read More »

Improving mental health in the workplace

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For many of us, we spent large portions of our week at work. The working landscape in the UK, and for most of the world, has changed. New technologies and easier communication have altered how we approach employment. This has led to many issues, such as higher stress levels and… Read More »

How to deal with Health and Safety incidents

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While we think that our workplaces are inherently safe, health and safety breaches and accidents can occur. Recently we blogged about the latest HSE workplace fatality figures. While very few incidents at work will result in death, there are a lot of accidents. There were over half a million non-fatal… Read More »

Is bullying in the workplace an HR or health and safety issue?

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While workplaces should be an environment where employees feel safe and can get on with their job, this isn’t always the case. Even though conflict can arise at times which is only natural when you put several people in a room together for hours every day, one-off disagreements are a… Read More »

History of Health and Safety in the UK

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Health and safety is progressing all the time. The number of fatalities at work in the UK is much better than it was even 30 years ago. In this week’s blog, we are going to have a look at the timeline of health and safety in the UK and show… Read More »

Health and Safety after Brexit

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Unless you have been hiding out in a cave somewhere over the past 3 years, you will have heard about Brexit. On the 23rd June 2016, the UK voted to leave the European Union, and it hasn’t been off the news since. While Brexit will impact many parts of our… Read More »

How to create a revision timetable

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Going back into education as an adult or taking a training course through work can be demanding. Even though it may be necessary for your job, studying for a qualification is often very challenging. It was a bit different when you were in education because that was likely your full-time… Read More »

Latest HSE Workplace Fatality Figures

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Every year the Health and Safety Executive release their workplace safety statistics. In this blog, we are going to focus on one aspect of the annual figures – workplace fatalities. Given how many people work in the UK – at the start of 2019 it was just over 31 million… Read More »

IOSH Managing Safely Training Courses in Reading

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Project Skills Solutions have added IOSH Managing Safely training courses delivered in Reading. We currently deliver IOSH courses at approximately 25 venues across the UK and have recently noticed a demand in the Reading area. IOSH Managing Safely training courses in Reading have been scheduled for approximately every 8 weeks…. Read More »

CITB SSSTS Refresher Training Course

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Project Skills Solutions offer the CITB SSSTS Refresher training courses at our head office in Basildon- Essex, Dartford- Kent, Victoria- London and locations across the UK. The CITB SSSTS Refresher training course. This is a 1-day course for delegates to complete who have already completed the CITB SSSTS (Site Supervisor… Read More »

CITB SMSTS Refresher Training Courses

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Project Skills Solutions have been delivering training courses across the UK since 2004, promoting our company motto ‘Don’t Duck Out of Training’. The CITB SMSTS Refresher training course, (Site Managers Safety Training Scheme) is for any delegate who has already completed the 5-day CITB SMSTS training course. With any CITB… Read More »

About Project Skills Solutions

Project Skills Solutions have been providing NRSWA training to individuals and companies since 2004. Our team are trained to give you the very best advice in your course selection and focussed on customer service.
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