Having a background in Education, we understand uniquely the many challenges faced by education establishments to organise and arrange training for their staff members. We can sit down with your business managers to discuss, your requirements and help you to source the training for you.
We at NMA Training and Coaching Providers are here to support you and your training requirements, from First Aid and Fire Safety to Food Safety and First Aid for Mental Health and many more.
We understand that in Education you have many challenges when it comes to organising training and we will endeavour to help you source them all. If your school establishments sell, supply or consume food we have Food Safety courses. To support your staff and pupils, we have Mental Health First Aid and to comply with Ofsted and HSE regulations we have First Aid Courses, Fire Safety Courses, and many more.
…And if we can’t supply it currently, ask us and maybe we’ll be able to find it for you!
Don’t have time to get your team together in one room? Select online learning that each learner can complete at their own time to fit into their schedules
We don’t use call centres abroad, robots or automated lines where you have to hunt for the correct team. You deal directly with me, I am always on hand to find the right training solution for you.
Although we are based in the South East, as members of several national awarding organisations (Qualsafe Awards, Nuco) we can access trainers to deliver our training all over the UK and have delivered from Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the North East to Paignton in the South West.
We all have to earn a living, but that shouldn’t have to break the bank. Our training and courses are cost effective and value for money.
Don’t know what you need? We will sit down with you and workout a training plan that works for you and fits around your company and workforce.
Need to keep your workforce close? We can look at your workspace and possibly be able to deliver your training in your workplace, thus minimising staff disruption.
In some cases courses require a practical element that cannot be delivered through online training, thus this type of training is called ‘Blended’ – The learner would complete part of the course (usually the more theoretical component), online in advance of the practical component that would be completed in the classroom.
Online training enables the learner to complete the entire course online and does not require a practical element.
When selecting a course for yourself or your workplace. Click the ENQUIRY tab, this will put your enquiry directly through to us. We will then contact you via email or telephone to discuss your requirements and explain costs and payment plans. (most one day courses start from £400).
Some of the online courses, such as First Aid for Parents, Safeguarding, Food Safety levels 2 and 3, etc, you can select and pay through our Paypal page without contacting us in advance.
Yes! All of our courses are accredited and most are regulated (First Aid, Fire Safety and Food Safety) through National Awarding organisations such as Qualsafe Awards for which we are an approved training centre. We are also approved to deliver First Aid for Mental Health courses through National Awarding organisation Nuco.
However, some times where the client specifically requests something more bespoke, courses can be ‘self certified’ and thus unaccredited. This DOES NOT change the quality of the training.
Yes! Although we use in most cases associate trainers, all are vetted prior to delivering our courses. As a basic requirement all trainers must have a current (clean) DBS certificate, up to date liability insurance, Training certificate such as Cert.Ed, PGCE, PTTLLS 3 or equivalent. The trainer must also evidence their knowledge in the subject matter that they are delivering, in some cases this requires the trainer to have a level of certification above that they are delivering or as in most cases the trainer has a working knowledge of the subject. For example Fire Safety courses are delivered by current or retired Fire service members or First Aid courses being delivered by medical practitioners such as Paramedics or Nurses.