Health & Safety Study Programmes
Dealing with risk is part of a successful business. Let us train you and your staff to keep the workplace safe.
What will I learn?
You'll be provided with an experience of occupations with which you may not be familiar with and tutors use these facilities to demonstrate elements of the programmes.
Why choose a MidKent College Health & Safety study programme?
Occupational Health & Safety qualifications are delivered by a team consisting of visiting consultants who are actively involved in health and safety in all types of industry settings. This ensures that the knowledge and practices which form the core of these qualifications are both current and relevant.
What is the average wage in the health and safety field?
The average wage in the health and safety industry is £30,753 in the Medway and Maidstone areas.*
What can I do afterwards?
You have the opportunity to become a health and safety manager, environmental adviser or occupational health adviser. Have you considered becoming a fire risk assessor, health and safety coordinator or claims and risk manager?
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*Data taken from EMSI March 2017