Bespoke solutions for a competent workforce
All our training is developed with science industry employers, and is underpinned by national standards of regulatory bodies and meets the unique requirements of the sector.
Best in class standards-based courses designed to meet your industry and regulatory requirements.
Develop and demonstrate a sustainable approach to managing your workforce competence.
Training solutions designed for your specific corporate, sector or regulatory needs.
We provide a suite of bespoke solutions for process safety and competency assurance tailored to the needs of employers and meeting regulatory requirements. We are experts at delivering bespoke versions of training and competency management solutions for companies who want a unique solution for their business, concentrating on a company’s specific need. Our courses are the only ones to be underpinned by national standards and approved by the Process Safety Management Competence Programme Board.
Find out what best practice in Major Hazard Leadership looks like and how you can make a real difference to your organisations process safety performance.
All employees working in high hazard industries need to understand the safety, health and environmental hazards associated with their working environment.
Do you want an in-depth understanding of how to implement and operate an effective Process Safety Management System on a high Hazard site? WHO has the biggest impact on process safety in...
Over the last 7 years PIC Educations consultants have worked with more than 70 companies in 20 different countries to build Process Safety Leadership capability. Their conclusion from that training is that...
We know that not all courses are made equal. Our courses are designed to fill specific gaps in provision or address market failures in the industry sectors we support. Wherever possible, our courses are based on industry training standards or underpinned by national occupational standards, and our content, delivery methods and expert trainers are subject to ongoing review and quality assurance.
Just some of the great companies we work with
Whatever the nature of the organisation, leadership is a cross sector issue. Lessons from major incidents across a wide range of industries have highlighted leadership failures as key issues. Boardroom decisions have a significant impact upon major hazard safety but this is not always...
Neil Smith, Head of Workforce Development at Cogent Skills will be presenting at CHEMUK on Wednesday 1st May at 12:00pm on Stage 2 CHEMUK 2019 – Free to Attend Supply Chain Expo & Speaker Programme 170+ Chemical Supply Chain Exhibitors! 70+ Expert Speakers! inc...
Cogent Skills Competence Management System Review workshop will provide you with the starting point for the identification and quantification of the strength of your existing competence management system. It will provide you with an overview of best practice in Competence Management Systems based on...
The Process Safety Leadership course was great. It encouraged me to schedule more on site visits and to engage with wider management on the subject. The course provided good discussion between all and had a strong focus on process industry, which was useful.
David Robinson, Director of Operations, Greenergy
Process Safety Management Foundations course was excellent. The first thing I will be implementing from the course is to read the COMAH report for our site and work with management to do a practice run of the emergency procedure. The course has made me aware of what could happen if we do not follow procedures.
Maxine Winn, Management Trainee, Navigator Terminals
The Process Safety Management for Operations course has pushed me to make sure the key people in the organisation are trained in Process Safety Management. It was an excellent course, very informative and thought provoking.
Paul Burke, Maintenance and Site
I would most definitely recommend that companies looking to access training for their employees use the Gold Standard Workforce Development programme.
Graham Smith, Operations Director, William Blythe