UK Registered Learning Provider: 10054342.
Approved training centre no. 170924. Training Qualifications UK – TQUK, Ofqual regulated Awarding Organisation.
With more than 15 years experience in training and personal development. Grays Medic provide high quality training to companies throughout the UK. We train for local authorities, education, construction, engineering, technology, industry, food and beverage organisations. Large and small companies as well as independent self employed professionals and responsible members of the public have participate of our courses. We incorporate to our Health & safety, First aid, Food safety, Fire safety and Health & social care courses up to date methods in line with regulating authorities. It is not just about the training. We offer full support and updates for as long as you hold our certification.
We come to your workplace anywhere in the UK.
Scheduled courses at our venues around the UK.
We can organise your course at a location that suits you.
Our e-learning courses for various topics will provide training in a convenient and timely manner.
We have industry experts that can provide you with a bespoke syllabus to cover any subject or subjects that are a concern, or need addressing. From Doctors to Engineers, we can find the solutions with you.
You can arrange a private visit from one of our professionals. Experts in all fields of Health & Safety, First Aid, Fire Wardens, Food and Catering. Whatever your subject we have the right person for you to talk to.
We are very proud of the relationships we have with our clients and aim to continue building our reputation as the ‘First Aid, Health & Safety, Food safety, Health & Social care training provider of choice’. For both new and existing clients our objective is to exceed expectations by providing quality training that meets your needs and supported by an attentive and outstanding customer service.
If you are interested in working with us we would be more than happy to provide references from companies that are using our services today. Please contact us for details Freephone: 08081661016.
“Your talk and demonstration on First Aid was both informative and enjoyable, with girls and staff alike being captivated by your interactive and fun presentation. Thank you for making this vitally important subject entertaining as well as informative. The feedback has been excellent, and we welcome visits from Grays Medic in the future.”
Mrs. R. M. Kamaryc, Queen’s Gate
I just want to thank you for such an informative and enjoyable day yesterday.
All the staff left feeling very happy and confident about administering first aid. I’m sure the next two groups from Heron will feel the same. Thank you!
“A great informative course. Focused, good pace with a relaxed atmosphere. Happy and feeling confident”
Tracey Jones, CSS.
“David was a top instructor, just a shame he supports Arsenal”
Lukas Bradon, Langdon Hills
I am extremely satisfied with the quality of the training. The trainers were very professional. It was easy to make a booking on the date we wanted. The courses covered all the information that we needed. I will definitely recommend you! Thank you !
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