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Following careful consideration of available guidance/data and to support key construction work, CSR training will resume from Monday 8 March 2021. We are carrying out specific Covid 19 risk assessment and implemented appropriate measures, including social distancing protocols and procedures, to enable training to be delivered safely. If you are interested in attending CSR training, please view our available training dates here. ...

From 8th January 2021 Due to the worsening public health situation and the stay at home message from the Northern Ireland Executive, CSR training will cease from close of business today, Friday 8 January 2021. The recommencement date is not yet known, but please complete the CSR Course Registration 2021 Form by clicking on the button below, and you will be...

From 31 December 2020 all Construction Skills Register (CSR) skilled cards or above that were originally issued on the basis of an occupational assessment and Industry Accreditation will expire on 31 December 2024. The majority of valid cards are not impacted by this change. To be clear, from 31 December 2020, the cards impacted can be renewed in the normal way...

We’re hiring Independent Healthcare Trainers who have experience in delivering the following courses: Patient Moving & Handling. Adult Safeguarding Infection Control Continence Management Food Hygiene   If interested, please contact Clayre at clayre@healthmattersni.com  ...

We're hiring Independent Healthcare Trainers who have experience in delivering the following courses: Patient Moving & Handling. Adult Safeguarding Infection Control Continence Management Food Hygiene   If interested, please contact Clayre at clayre@healthmattersni.com. ...

This course aims to increase managers understanding of mental ill health, whilst providing key management techniques to assist with the provision of effective support for employees working remotely. When: Monday 7th December, 1.30pm – 4.30pm Where: Online via Zoom Cost: £75 (+VAT) Learning Outcomes: By the end of the session, attendees will be able to: Identify the warning the signs of employees struggling with their mental...

Adversity breeds innovation The show must go on! This past number of weeks our teams have been busy rolling out a large number of online and webinar based training courses to meet our clients needs. The feedback received has been overwhelmingly positive which bodes well for further upcoming training events in this online and webinar based format. Our NVQ assessors...

Today marks the third annual Global Recycling Day, a day that takes place every 18th March to recognise the contribution recycling industry makes to the long term sustainability of our planet.  Even in times as uncertain as the ones we are facing right now, environmental impact and our role in mitigating it, has to be a global priority. This year the...

In relation to COVID-19, it is business as normal at Health Matters. Our top priority is always the health and safety of students and staff. Therefore, going forward, we are reducing class numbers to no more than 12 delegates. We are closely following the latest advice and guidance issued by the Government. We will continue to take all...

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