Training Courses At The Knutsford Venue

Face-to-face Instructor Led Courses, ,

About The Knutsford Training Venue

The Knutsford training venue has parking both on site and nearby, delegates will be informed as to the venue access either in advance on request or before the first day of training. Public transport is also well provided for around Knutsford and across the greater Warrington area. Depending on course type and length, every delegate will be provided with the full information well in advance and to the satisfaction of all those attending training. Several venues serve the Knutsford area so please ensure that transport preparations are made in advance and to the correct training venue. Your Xyz training advisor is available to assist delegates as required.

Refreshments Provided

Depending upon the course type and course length, suitable refreshments and subsistence will be provided. In the very least at our Knutsford training centre this means basic tea, coffee and water. Certain training courses provide hot and cold lunches, the details of these will be notified to all delegates prior to the start of the course. In the circumstances where basic refreshments are provided, delegates will be given ample time and information on where to purchase any food required. Persons with preferences and intolerances to certain food stuffs should make this known at the time of booking.

Health And Safety Courses Delivered At The Knutsford Training Centre

Emergency First Aid at Work training in Knutsford

First Aid At Work (3 days) training in Knutsford

First Aid at Work (2 day Refresher) training in Knutsford

IPAF Operator training in Knutsford

Fire Marshal training in Knutsford

CITB Health and Safety Awareness training in Knutsford

PASMA Towers For Users training in Knutsford

Paediatric First Aid 2 Day training in Knutsford

First Aid Annual Skills Update training in Knutsford

Paediatric First Aid 1 Day training in Knutsford

SSSTS Site Supervisor Safety Training Scheme 2 days training in Knutsford

SMSTS Site Management 5 day training in Knutsford

Entry into Confined Spaces inc Escape Breathing Apparatus training in Knutsford

Automated External Defibrillation (AED) training in Knutsford

IOSH Managing Safely training in Knutsford

Customer Reviews Of Courses Taken At Venues Across North West Region

  • Alan G - Thu 19th Mar 2020 | 5/5 -

    14 people from the business said the training course was challenging and enriching.

  • J R - Thu 19th Mar 2020 | 5/5 -

    Session held at the Blackpool training centre was informative.

  • CLAIRE - Wed 18th Mar 2020 | 5/5 -

    Got to hand it to them, good...!

  • Sophie J - Wed 18th Mar 2020 | 3/5 -

    No contact numbers for out of hours

  • Peter W - Wed 18th Mar 2020 | 5/5 -

    Ian Collier was the consumate professional....!

Course Information

  • General Training Hours
    Monday - Friday
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Weekend Courses Available

  • All prices exclude VAT. Discounts available for larger groups & for corporate clients.
Training In Knutsford, in the Warrington area & the wider North West region

More About Knutsford

Knutsford is an affluent town and civil parish in the unitary authority area of Cheshire East and the ceremonial county of Cheshire, in North West England. It is about 15 miles (24 km) southwest of Manchester and 11 miles (18 km) northwest of Macclesfield. Knutsford is situated on the Cheshire Plain, between the Peak District in the South Pennines to the east and the Clwydian Range in the Welsh mountains to the west. Knutsfords proximity to Manchester has both now and historically helped it become a commuter town for those employed in Manchester. Today the towns location gives residents easy access to Merseyside as well as Manchester. Knutsford is known for being in the Golden Triangle (Cheshire), and it has also been home to many notable residents such as Craig Cash, Barbara Knox and Gary Barlow. Knutsfords main town centre streets, Princess Street (also known locally as Top Street) and King Street lower down (also known as Bottom Street), form the "hub" of the town. At one end of the narrow King Street is an entrance to Tatton Park. The Tatton estate was home to the Egerton family, and has given its name to Tatton parliamentary constituency, which also includes the neighbouring communities of Alderley Edge and Wilmslow. Former Parliamentary representatives include the BBC war correspondent Martin Bell, who stood as an Independent in 1997 to defeat the disgraced former Conservative Party MP, Neil Hamilton. ..