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30th Dec 2016

New Changes to Workplace First Aid Training

From 1st January 2017, the HSE have revised the First Aid courses to include the use of the AED (Automated External Defibrillator), adding a new element to the first aid courses. This change is set to safe more lives in the future.
22nd Nov 2016

Black Friday 2016

Kentec has released its annual Black Friday Sale offers for the last week in November. Call 0333 666 0555 to secure your place on one of our courses. These offers are only valid for a limited time, so take advantage of them while you can!
1st Oct 2016

Safety Harness Inspection Service

Kentec Training now offer an extensive harness inspection service, eliminating the stress of completing your own formal inspections. Whether you want to drop them into us, or have them couriered to our offices, we can provide a fast and efficient service to keep your business operating safely.
29th Aug 2016

Do I Need a Face Fit Test?

Our Managing Director, Steve Booker explores the reasoning behind ensuring your RPE is fitted to your face and why it is now so widely required in workplace environments.
19th Aug 2016

Kentec become a preferred supplier for the CTP

Kentec Training have secured a preferred supplier status with the Career Transition Partnership (CTP), helping those in the armed forces settle into civilian work through funded training. Click here to find out more information and if you can take advantage of this.
9th Aug 2016

Kentec present at the City of London Corporation WAH Seminar 2016

Our Managing Director, Steve presented on behalf of the AIF at the Work at Height Seminar in London recently, Speaking abut the safe use of various working at height equipment and how the awarding bodies such as PASMA, IPAF and Ladder Association play a role in ensuring the safety of those using them.