TBC One Day DSE Assessor Course - Woking

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About This Product

 

Location

Sarsen Health
3 Wells Court
Albert Drive
Woking
GU21 5UB

Date
Date to be confirmed

Time
09:30 - 17:00

A discount is applied to ticket quantities of 2 or more. This discount is apparent in the basket.

Price £195.00 (Ex VAT) Quantity
 

Summary

Single delegate ticket - £195
Ticket for a single Delegate

Multiple delegate tickets offer a discount per ticket.

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Description

This one-day training course, accredited by the CIEHF and approved by the IIRSM is for line managers, newly-appointed or recently-appointed Workstation Assessors. No previous knowledge or experience is required, however delegates would benefit from having an understanding of their organisation’s existing DSE assessment process. The course will be comprised of an overview of the legislation, and techniques and procedures required to conduct a DSE Assessment.

One Day Course

Date: 

Date to be cofirmed

Location:

Sarsen Health
3 Wells Court
Albert Drive
Woking
GU21 5UB

Trainer:
Stuart Entwistle

Times:
09:30 – 17:00

Cost:
Single delegate ticket = £195.00 + VAT. 
Multiple delegate ticket (Tickets for two or more delegates from the same organisation) = £175.50 +VAT each.

Included:
Refreshments and sandwich lunch provided

Transport:
The venue is about 20 minute bus ride from woking train station and 5 minutes by taxi.

Car Parking:
There is free parking available on site.

What our customers say

"Today Kevin visited me in Eastbourne, to set up a height adjusting desk, footstall, keyboard stand, mouse and chair. I just wanted to say how patient, and caring he was. He really helped me and I think he should be commended on how friendly, polite, informative and down to earth he was. Thank you Kevin and Ergonomics."

Lydia Harris, Student

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