ACT have been providing health, safety and environmental training in classrooms across the UK since the company was formed. Our courses are all accredited by highly respected awarding bodies such as IOSH, NEBOSH, City & Guilds, ECITB, CITB, UKATA, iAS, and we always strive to provide our learners with an engaging and informative learning environment.
NEBOSH qualifications are highly regarded throughout the world, in particular for those wishing to become a health, safety and environmental practitioner. ACT has provided NEBOSH Certificate and Diploma training since 1991 and offer training across the UK.
IOSH is one of the world's leaders in health and safety training - more than 130,000 people take one of their courses every year. IOSH is the largest health and safety membership organisation in the world, having more than 40,000 individual members in 99 countries.
The passport scheme, which results in the award of a ‘Safety Passport’ to contractor site personnel, is monitored and controlled by a national steering group known as the Client/Contractor National Safety Group (CCNSG) on behalf of the ECITB.
CITB is the UK’s official training board for the construction industry, supporting the development of new skills, improving health and safety practices on building sites, and creating opportunities for advancement and progression for employees and companies.
City & Guilds is a world leading vocational education organisation. City and Guilds has a wide range of qualifications across a variety of sectors, with their National Vocational Qualifications (NVQ) being their most popular. Their qualifications are delivered in more than 10,000 training centres across the world and are respected by employers.
The International Accreditation Society (iAS) was established in 1998 as a non profit making examining board with the brief to set standards for the delivery of training and assessment for individuals in the workplace. iAS, through its accreditation of training and assessment, is able to provide assurances that agreed standards are being met.