Forest Gate COSS Courses

Courses in the Forest Gate area, Industrial, Railways

Who Should Attend

Any person who requires the need for Controller of Site Safety (COSS) training in the Forest Gate area through the course of their normal working duties or as part of their lifelong learning needs. This course is suitable for anyone working in the Railways or Industrial sector, pre-requisites may be required. Training is available at more than a dozen training venues throughout London and at more than 100 training venues UK wide. Specific course information is available below and our team of dedicated course specialist are on hand to answer any questions.. All our COSS courses in and around Forest Gate and the greater London area come fully accredited.

Course Availability

Controller of Site Safety (COSS) training courses are available in Forest Gate and across the London region. For Group Controller of Site Safety (COSS) training enquiries at your premises, please start by making your enquiry here and one of our training specialists will discuss dates, options and prices with you.

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Complete the form below and we'll send you some training options and / or a quote by return. Please only use this form if you are interested in Controller of Site Safety (COSS) courses. For all other enquiries, please use the general contact page, refine your search above or call us on 0844 335 8882.

Controller of Site Safety (COSS) Training Enquiry - Forest Gate & venues nearby

Read The Latest Reviews Of Our COSS Training Courses At Forest Gate & From Other Venues Across The London Region

  • Colin D - Fri 6th May 2022 | 5/5 -

    All of us thought the training course which took place in Brentwood was well explained and informative.

  • Peter M - Wed 4th May 2022 | 5/5 -

    Tutorage on the training held at our premises recently was useful and practical.

  • Paul S - Tue 3rd May 2022 | 5/5 -

    Big hand...

  • Paul H - Tue 3rd May 2022 | 5/5 -

    The learning gained at the COSS training session was structured and well organised.

  • Stephen S - Tue 3rd May 2022 | 2/5 -

    Lost me card

  • Frances A - Sun 1st May 2022 | 5/5 -

    COSS Session that took place in Brentwood recently was very well organised.

  • Claire M - Sat 30th Apr 2022 | 2/5 -

    Had to leave the COSS training early, didnt get my cert

  • Alex M - Sun 24th Apr 2022 | 5/5 -

    National training card scheme.. ExcellentIan Collier helped us through the process really well....!

  • David J - Sun 24th Apr 2022 | 5/5 -

    I thought the training course was comprehensive and covered a lot of ground. Great training management suite. . Ian Collier is excellent.

  • Donald H - Thu 21st Apr 2022 | 5/5 -

    Feedback universally about the training course was a truly engaging experience.

  • Davin G - Thu 21st Apr 2022 | 5/5 -

    Xyz Training session held at the Bow training centre was worthy of the cost. 5X courses booked now with Xyz. . Helped nicely through the process by Louise Gould.

  • Jacqui T - Fri 15th Apr 2022 | 2/5 -

    Could not finish the course cos of illness.

Forest Gate
COSS Training In Forest Gate & the wider London area
Our Controller of Site Safety (COSS) Training Courses

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More About Forest Gate

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