Continuing it’s investment in training, CIA Fire and Security offered First Aid training recently to it’s staff at their offices in Cirencester. Because of their commitment to personal and professional progression and the promotion of safety in the workplace CIA Fire and Security offered the training to any staff who were interested.
CIA Fire and Security chose St John Ambulance for the training as they are the nations leading first aid charity. Also they offer a wide range of training in risk assessment, fire marshalling and manual handling.
With a great turn out, everyone who attended the course completed it successfully. St John Ambulance awarded everyone a certificate in Emergency first aid as well as having a great day learning new skills. Emma McKinnon works in the accounts office at CIA and she said “I think it was a very enjoyable and informative course. It’s given me that bit of knowledge and confidence I was looking for!”
CIA Fire and Security are passionate about training. Along with courses in industry standards and technologies they offer many apprenticeships for both engineering and office positions. CIA have been running their engineering apprenticeships scheme for over 15 years. In addition they introduced, in 2012, the Administration Apprenticeship program. CIA Fire and Security have continually grown their commitment to helping people make the transition from education to the workplace.
The apprentices that work at CIA Fire and Security get great insight into the business. By shadowing other members of staff they are able to grow in their roles naturally. After a combination of on the job experience and bespoke internal training they can become fully qualified. As a result, the apprentices can quickly feel part of the CIA Fire and Security team.