BRE ‘Online Learning’ modules have been an extremely popular choice with our clients. Offering up-to-date and relevant content delivered in a cost-effective and convenient way.
BRE has created an exclusive package that incorporates 4 of our most popular online courses. What’s more, the bundle also awards more than 8 hours towards Continuing Professional Development.
- Asbestos Awareness Course -This course will provide you with a good understanding of what asbestos is and where you are likely to find it. Read more
- The Duty to Manage Asbestos Containing Materials in Non-domestic Premises – This on-line training module provides a general introduction to managing the risks from asbestos with a focus on legislative requirements. Read more
- Electrical Safety Awareness Online – Electricity is a vital form of energy. Modern life and work would not be possible without it. But electricity can be dangerous if it is not managed properly. This module gives an overview of electrical safety in the workplace and in the home. Read more
- Risk Assessment – an Introductory Guide – Accidents in the workplace pose a huge area of risk to businesses. A Workplace risk assessment is a crucial element of any organisations policy and procedure planning Read More
More Health, Safety & Wellbeing Courses
Managing Change – Risk in Construction
Designing out Unintended Consequences in Retrofit
This one hour recorded webinar will cover the cause of the most common and frequent problems encountered when undertaking retrofit projects.
Successful completion of this three day course and workshop will leave attendees able to verify risk assessments and zoning for atmospheres where flammable dust, gas & vapour are present.
Circadian Lighting Effects on Health and Well-Being
Dr Cosmin Ticleanu, principal consultant and expert in daylight and electric lighting and their application on sustainable buildings, hosts this webinar, giving a review of the existing research and literature on circadian lighting and how this affects human health and well-being. It incorporates preliminary findings from the project ‘Circadian lighting effects on health and well-being’, jointly funded by the BRE Trust and CIBSE.