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Expansion of training centre in Fornham St Genevieve




Commercial Director and Owner Charlie Cadman, Senior Accountant Manager David Bignell, Sales and Centre Administrator Carrie Pilgrim and Account and Centre Manager Natalie Roberts
Commercial Director and Owner Charlie Cadman, Senior Accountant Manager David Bignell, Sales and Centre Administrator Carrie Pilgrim and Account and Centre Manager Natalie Roberts

The new year has brought exciting developments to a newly expanded training centre in Fornham St Genevieve.

C&C Training, at Unit 6a Park Farm Business Centre, has now opened Unit 3 providing a second training room catering for 12 people and a practical course area which will double as a break-out area for delegates attending courses.

The two-storey building will mean C&C can run more public courses and have scope for sought-after room hire.

Meanwhile, it has also received City & Guilds approval to deliver low, medium-risk and high-risk confined spaces training at its purpose-built facility – the first in the region.

The amenity consists of two shipping containers and 12 concrete pipes measuring 2.5m by 900m. Delegates can enjoy a 3m drop – helped by a ‘top-man’ – into the 120sqm area.

Commercial director Charlie Cadman said: “It is designed to replicate a real-life scenario without dangers. We have responded to customer demand and we wanted to offer the best possible training experience available.”

Harness, working at heights and risk assessment training can be incorporated, while people responding to emergency rescues and those working in the waste water industry, manufacturing and processing environments or with tanks and storage vessels could also benefit. For more details, visit www.cctraining.uk.com



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