Viewing posts from: September 2012

North Tyneside Council

North Tyneside Council Course Participants This weeks course of the week took place at Beacon Hill School, part of North Tyneside LEA. The course was a 5 Day Handling People with Special Needs Education workshop, delivered by Janet Hunt. We had various delegates attending – pictured from left to right Anita Langham, Sarah Phillips, Jennifer Haddock, Susan Reid and Carly Duffield.

Conwy County Council

Conwy County Council Course September 2012This was the first of two courses Centaur Training and Development are running for Conwy County Council. Pictured at the back we have Beth Heaton, Tommy Barron,  Chris Williams,  Heather Morris and Sharon Jack and at the front Lynne Roberts and Charmaine Malik.

Wiltshire County Council

Wiltshire Council 17-21 Sept 2012 groupJanet with the group of ladies from Wiltshire County Council CourseThis course was held at the Independent Living Centre in Wiltshire on behalf of the Council. In the pictures we have Tracy Evans from Wiltshire County Council, Emma Waters from Commonweal School, Lyn Vines from Wiltshire County Council, Liz Schorah from Rowdeford School and Georgina Evans-Rusher from Castle School. Pictured to the right we have our trainer, Janet Hunt, with four of the group after receiving a beautiful bunch of flowers. 

 

Key Trainer Refresher Course in Glasgow 17th September 2012

This One Day Refresher Workshop was held in the training room at Emcare Solutions Ltd in Glasgow. Pictured we have Ann Conlon from The Mungo Foundation and Peter Deaville from Trust Housing Association both hard at work.

The Mungo Foundation & Trust Housing September 12

Fantastic training facilities provided by Emcare Solutions Ltd as you can see from the pictures below.

Emcare Training Facilities

EmCare Training Room

Centaur Training & Development launches new website

We are pleased to launch our new website which has been developed in conjunction with Bondgate IT.

Lee Hodgson, Director of Centaur Training & Development Limited, said “The launch of the new website will allow us to give our clients instant access to information they need on the Manual Handling Training courses and materials which we provide allowing them to keep their companies legal. We see the website as a key tool to communicate with our customers through the Blog and Training Course Availability Calendar.”