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This edcar icon 205ition of Training in a Nutshell brings you something different and exciting. Instead of looking at one of our workplace training course, we’re going to be giving you the lowdown on our brand new Driver Profiler tool which launches today (19th June):

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As usual, there’s plenty to look forward to at this year’s Safety and Health Expo, and this year RoSPA will be bringing you something completely different…

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We have all been there, you get your exam results and they are not quite what you wanted. Do you sit around and moan? Do you go through all the hassle again? Alternativelymobile-telephone, do you move on and look to improve yourself?

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Sometimes there’s just not enough time to read about everything. Luckily, our Training in a Nutshell articles are here to help. Each guide comes with a strict 300 word limit! headset-01Quick facts and key benefits, so you’ve got all you need to know to find the right course for you and your business.  This time, we take a look at one of our most popular one day courses.

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The theories linked to each of these four ingredients are fundamentally important in explaining the rich mix that is health and safety. Over the last few years we have successfully debunked health and safety myths, where ‘Health and safety’ is often incorrectly used as a convenient excuse to stop what are essentially sensible activities going ahead.

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In RoSPA’s latest Training in a Nutshell blog, we look at our Fire Risk Assessment course. Our bitesize guides give you all the facts and benefits of our courses, so you can find the right courses for you and your business. And we even throw in a quick tip for how you can 3d_blocksconvince your boss to send you on the course.

What’s more, all of our “Training in a nutshell” guides come with a strict 300 word limit!

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Spring is in air, evenings are getting lighter and days are getting warmer. If you’re a driver, you’re probably happy that there are no more dark mornings spent defrosting that car or black ice patches to avoid, but the new season brings with it fresh dangers.road

Here are a few important things you need to need to know to help you stay safe on the roads.

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