Our thorough course research and quality process set us apart from other training providers, giving you the confidence and assurance you need.
We work with experts to make sure our training is up-to-date and meaningful, but we don’t stop there.
All of our online courses are independently checked and approved by one or more of the recognised authorities listed below.
The NHS, Ofsted and the HSE do not accredit individual courses. We can proudly say that our courses are used by thousands of organisations including NHS Trusts, education and childcare providers with ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted ratings, as well as notable businesses and organisations who operate in a wide variety of sectors such as construction & trades, hospitality, health & social care, manufacturing, food production and many more.
CPD points, units and credits all relate to CPD Hours. A CPD Hour is the time spent for a delegate to be in “active learning”, meaning that 1 CPD Hour equals 1 CPD point/unit/credit. You can find a guide to how long we expect each course to take on the relevant product page.
In addition to the accreditations and endorsements awarded to our courses, we have also worked hard to build partnerships or relationships with the following organisations.
For decades the British Safety Council has been a trusted guide to excellent health, safety and environmental management. The role of the British Safety Council is to help you achieve the very highest health and safety standards required by law, to protect your staff and your business.
SafeSupplier is a sustainability verification service from Alcumus, who also operate the SafeContractor SSIP accreditation scheme. Being SafeSupplier verified demonstrates our commitment to quality practices and highlights our sustainability credentials.
The Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (the ALLIANCE) is the national third sector intermediary for a range of health and social care organisations. The ALLIANCE is a strategic partner of the Scottish Government and has close working relationships with many national NHS Boards, academic institutions and key organisations spanning health, social care, housing and digital technology.
The National Care Forum has been promoting quality care through the not-for-profit care sector for decades and has become a leading voice in the sector. The NCF is dedicated to representing the care sector, ensuring interests are represented at all levels and are in constant contact with government departments, politicians and the media.