Approved Training

You can read more about our specific approvals and accreditations below.

Our method of delivery is approved by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents while Our Stress Awareness in the Workplace programme is also accredited by the Stress Management Society and our Asbestos Awareness programme by the Independant Asbestos Training Providers Body. You can read more about our specific accreditations below.


Through our partnership with A.C.T. our bestselling courses are fully approved by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH). We’re one of the first eLearning providers able to offer this assurance and over the coming months we’ll be working to approve further courses within our library.


The CPD Certification Service is an established accreditation institution dedicated to Continual Professional Development: Their function is to promote a structured approach to professional learning that ensures an ongoing accumulation of both practical and theoretical skills. As the leading independent accrediting body for professional skills, the CPD institution operates across a huge range of sectors, and in partnership with many professional and academic bodies. CPD obligations are relevant and applicable to most professions, and all our online training courses are CPD certified.


The IATP (or Independent Asbestos Training Providers) is an official body committed to helping professionals find compliant, audited asbestos training providers. Their accreditation of an asbestos course means that the programme provider has supplied documents proving legislative compliance with laws relating to hazardous materials, as well as independent external audits where necessary. With the HSE estimating that on average, 20 tradesmen each week die of exposure to asbestos due to lack of adequate training, this is a crucial learning programme to undertake. You can view our IATP accredited Asbestos Awareness course here.


The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) is a registered charity that serves a variety of functions within its area. Not only does it provide information and policy advice to government bodies and public health practitioners, but also accredits courses and training programmes for the education of members and those involved in environmental health. The aim of the CIEH is to promote trainings and educational programmes that promote improvements in environmental and public health; such as food safety, first aid, fire safety and others besides. Both of our Food Safety and Hygiene Courses (Level 1 and Level 2), Food Allergens, Legionella and Environmental Awareness are approved by CIEH.


RoSPA – or, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents – is a charitable organisation dedicated to accident prevention both in the UK and around the world. With the alarming statistics that more than 14,000 people die each year in the UK as a result of accidents, RoSPA is committed to lowering this statistic by promoting best practice for health and safety both in the workplace, and in our day to day lives. Having been involved in educating people about accidents and accident prevention for the best part of 100 years, RoSPA are most widely recognised for their vocal campaigns on road safety, although their remit extends far beyond this and into issues of occupational health and safety. Our partnership with them represents a commitment to the ongoing improvement of health and safety within UK organisations.

Stress Management Society

The Stress Management Society (SMS) is a not for profit organisation committed to helping people understand and tackle stress – both at work and in their daily lives. Having been providing facts, services and advice for 12 years, the Stress Management Society is now recognised as one of the UK’s leading authorities on issues of stress management. The society itself is aligned with the NHS Mental Health Promotion committee, and works closely with some of the country’s biggest and most established organisations to help tackle stress in all their consumer and internal activities. You can view our Stress Management in the Workplace course – which is relevant to all levels of staff and management – here.