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At Training Express, we deal with a wide range of health and safety topics. These training encompasses on trending and universal subjects, especially compliance certification requirements. Our primary focus is excellent compliance training on food hygiene, health & safety. In addition, we also cover safeguarding, first aid and Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Point (HACCP).  Training Express blog is the awareness wing of Training Express. The blog section of Training Express aims at guiding you towards quality accredited certification. In short, you are taking your initial steps towards personal and workplace safety skills in the UK.

Recently, we introduced courses on personal development, business skills and management. Firstly, the purpose is to accommodate the requirements of our trainees. Secondly, we also introduced courses on health and social care. Hence, we want to exhibit our commitment to the health and wellbeing of children, and vulnerable adults. Moreover, all of our courses are designed with special attention to the guidelines of NHS and HSE.

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Our aim is to guide you towards compliance training requirements and basic life skills. Our motto is Reliable Audio-visual Training. Here, the rationale behind our motto is to train the skilled workforce in the United Kingdom. In short, Training Express blog contributes to a safer and healthier nation.

Training Express Blog: Latest Posts

We featured the latest posts from the blog articles of Training Express on this page.

Introduction to the Principles of Food Hygiene and Safety

Aug 11,20by Bradley Baldwin

We live by principles. From sunshine to bedtime, everyone lives by rules. But health is our first priority and food is an inevitable raw material to live. But don’t get used to anything that names itself as food. According to WHO, Principles of Food Hygiene and Safety starts from production and ends in consumption. Anywhere in between, you may end …

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10 Responsibilities of a Construction Project Manager

The sign of development is structural construction. In the UK, around 3 millions people are engaged in construction related jobs (10% of population) both in manufacturing and service. According to the Department for Business Innovation and Skills, this industry consists of  the following elements Contracting, 2,030,000 jobs, 234,000 businesses. Contracting, 2,030,000 jobs, 234,000 businesses. Products, 310,000 jobs, 18,000 businesses. However, …

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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): What You Need to Know to Stay Compliant

The General Data Protection Regulation is a European Law containing hundreds of pages of articles clarifying the data rights of the companies operating in the EU and their users/customers. This blog is going to give you a clear idea about GDPR. Undoubtedly GDPR law is the strictest rule in the EU. It is so standard that even after ‘Brexit,’ the …

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A Guide to Workplace First Aid

All workplaces present different kinds of hazards for their workers. A Workplace where workers are not exposed to the dangers of causing serious injuries or illnesses is considered a low-risk workplace. On the other hand, workplaces that put workers at a specific level of danger are called high-risk workplace. In all workplaces, there is a need and certain measures are …

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Food Hygiene: Tips to Achieve the 5 Star Rating You Need

What thing do you look for when buying a product or a service from a company or seller? The reviews and ratings of them, right? And when it comes to food consumption, you’re likely to be more strict about the rating, so are other people. Generally, when we intend to go to a restaurant, we look for people’s feedback and …

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Quick Guide To Food Hygiene And Safety For Restaurants

Are you planning for starting a new restaurant of your own? Or willing to join a new job in the food industry? No matter what your part is going to be in the food industry, you have to be always conscious about food hygiene and safety. Food is a sensitive thing, and it has a direct connection with our body. …

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7 Steps to Improve Your Problem Solving Skills

Our lives are full of problems. And the biggest problem is finding an effective solution to any problem. Seems funny, right? But it’s true. Every day, from your personal to professional life, you have to deal with different kinds of problems, and it’s not unnatural that sometimes you struggle to solve them. Though in the end, you find a solution, …

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10 Basic Business Etiquette’s You Should Follow To Show Professionalism

Etiquette can be a confusing term, especially in business settings. As businesses are evolving by minutes, cultural and professional expectations are also changing. It is not just about your attires, cutlery skill, or thank you’s any more.  Business etiquette in the contemporary business world is more about empathy and respect to your co-workers, clients, in essence, your profession. It has …

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Safeguarding Children: The Children Protection Policy at Schools

Jun 29,20by Anna Perkins

Kids are amazing, aren’t they? Their happiness, anger, or even the bullying gives us a message, a warning. In this short piece, we’ll try to navigate some of the key principles of safeguarding children. The aim of this article is to introduce you to the children protection policy at schools in the UK. Let’s start with the definitions first, and …

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Strategic Planning for a Successful Business

Every business needs a proper strategy to become successful. Strategic planning usually includes long term plans to meet organizational goals and objectives. Most companies set strategic planning for a longer period, such as 10-15 years. Strategic planning for business is a critical need because it directs the course of actions which will lead the organization to success. If you are …

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