COGNITIA CONSULTING LIMITED
London, Manchester, Coventry
Listed here is the locations where the Training Provider can provide apprenticeship training. All apprenticeship standards are not necessarily offered in each location.
Type of provider
Type of training provider
There are four types of training provider:
A National Provider is a training provider that is able to offer apprenticeship training in any location across England. Some national providers might also offer training in the devolved nations, i.e. Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
An FE college is a state-funded provider that can offer a broad range of training options in a particular location to a range of employers.
A Specialist Provider is a training provider that is not state-funded and tends to offer training in specialist sectors or locations.
Universities offer training for Degree Apprenticeships or Higher Apprenticeships, sometimes running specialist courses for apprentices on a particular standard.
Cognitia Consulting is based in South Wales, we specialise in providing training in health and safety. We provide this training in the areas of manufacturing, engineering, construction and infrastructure. Our team of experienced trainers are from these sectors. Our delivery solution is an online training platform which we have used since the beginning of our delivery for the SHE Apprenticeship in October 2018. In April 2020 our first apprentice passed the SHE Apprenticeship programme with a Distinction, becoming the first apprentice in the UK to do so.
Apprenticeship Standards offered:
Apprenticeship Standards offered
Apprenticeship standards detail what an apprentice will be doing in their day-to-day job role.
Each standard lists the skills required of apprentices, and every standard is written by a group of employers called trailblazers—experts within their industry that have worked with countless apprentices.
Listed here are the apprenticeship standards this training provider offers training for.
|Safety, Health And Environment Technician||Standard||3|
Originally published on Gov.uk, this information has been re-used under the terms of the Open Government Licence.