Local land based training provider, Newlands Training, was recently involved in training a group of volunteers in brush cutting training and chainsaw training as part of the EuCAN 2010 programme. EuCAN is an exciting conservation project set up by West Dorset educational charity, The Kingcombe Trust, to enable people from the UK to contribute to […]
Newlands Training, Dorset’s leading land based training providers, has added two new courses to its already extensive programme. The ‘Small Business Fire Training’ is the latest addition to the health & safety qualifications on offer. Whilst the ‘Certificate in Arboriculture’ course has been introduced after a stem of enquiries from customers. Both courses will be […]
Organisations requiring arboriculture training could save hundreds of pounds with the changes to chainsaw training requirements, effective from 1st January 2010.
How many hazards can you see in the image below? Hover for Answer
Newlands Training, Devon & Dorset’s leading provider in land based training, is experiencing a sharp rise in bookings and enquiries for its range of chainsaw qualifications and certificates and it’s all down to the economic downturn.
At Kingston Lacy on Friday 9 October, 2.00pm, the 12 young graduates will be presented with their certificates. Two charities have joined forces with two local training providers to help a dozen young people in Dorset overcome their struggle to find work. The National Trust at Kingston Lacy and the Prince’s Trust are working with […]
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Newlands Training Offers Fork Lift Truck Training Courses in Dorset to Raise Awareness of Safe Driving
Did you know that there are about 30 fatal accidents and 6000 injuries each year involving fork lift trucks? Did you also know that a large proportion of these accidents are as a result of poor observation or insufficient fork lift truck training?
Save 450 pounds with Newlands Training Ltd LANTRA “Women & Work” Course to Improve Fork Lift Truck, Chain Saw and Other Land Based Skills – Only 12 Places Left!
Dorset-based Newlands Training Ltd, in conjunction with LANTRA (the Sector Skills Council for the environmental and land-based sector) is offering funded training for women working in the agricultural and land-based environment, through its Women & Work Programme. Applicants must hurry though as there are only 12 places left for the 2009 intake.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has announced the biggest changes to the First Aid at Work regulations for more than 25 years. From 1st October 2009 the four day First Aid at Work course will become a three day course, and a new one day course will be created – Emergency First Aid certificate. […]