100% Pass Rate For NEBOSH Students

Congratulation to all the students who attended the recent NEBOSH National General Certificate course presented by RCES (UK) Ltd at the Hereford and Worcester Fire Service Centre in Droitwich. RCES are delighted to report that all 12 students passed the exams with 6 achieving distinctions and 6 achieving credits.

Feedback from the students attending this course was very positive and complementary to RCES. Students were very keen to praise our trainer, in particular mentioning his knowlede of the subject and his style of training.

RCES have endeavoured, over the years, to ensure that our training services are up to date, relevant, informative and presented in such a way to make the subject come to life and be interesting, exciting and worthwhile. Our continued exellent results confirm that this format is certainingly successful.

Should you be looking to attend a NEBOSH course, we do run a programme of public courses at our training facility in Cornwall.

If you would like RCES to present training for your organisation  on your premises, please look at our portfolio of courses and get in touch.

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