Short Courses

KeyOstas' own selection of Occupational Safety Training programmes are available in a variety of durations and learning styles designed to suit clients’ specific requirements. Unlike our competitors, KeyOstas' vast experience and training history ensures that our courses do not disappoint in terms of the depth of understanding needed

KeyOstas deliver a variety of high quality training that has been designed and developed to meet specific training needs. Our course collection includes but isn’t limited to the following programmes; Manual Handling Instructors and Assessors Refresher, Manual Handling Instructors and Assessors, DSE Assessors, COSHH Assessors and CDM Workshop. As with many of our programmes, our shorter training programmes can be delivered publicly at our own Southam, Bromsgrove or Digbeth centres – each of which is specially designed and fully equipped with state-of-the-art training rooms, with our Digbeth centre able to facilitate fork lift trucks and scaffolding erection courtesy of its large indoor training area. Alternatively, our courses can be delivered in-house at your own workplace, to suit your needs

KeyOstas Occupational Safety Training solutions are the best available, whilst our professional consultancy services ensure tailor-made advice and assistance is accessible at all times, whatever course you choose for your workers. Delegates taking part on any one of our training programmes enjoy superior quality training and performance delivered in a professional and personal manner

CDM Workshop

The aim of this one day Construction Design and Management workshop is to provide delegates with a practical approach to the regulations.

COSHH Assessors

This assessed one day course aims to equip delegates with the appropriate knowledge and practical skills which will enable them to make effective workplace CoSHH assessments with confidence. Assessment will be by a short end test at the end of the course.

DSE Assessors

This one day course aims to develop the knowledge and practical skills of those responsible for making assessments of Display Screen Equipment workstations.

Fire Risk Assessment

This two day programme aims to provide delegates with the information and skills necessary to enable them
to conduct fire risk assessments in low and medium risk environments.

Manual Handling Instructors and Assessors

This 3 day public or in-house course will show delegates how effective training and instruction can be used as part of a programme of manual handling risk management. The course does not require prior experience of instruction or training, advice will be given during the programme.