About Us

We are a City & Guilds, EAL, BESA and Logic centre and we are also a preferred supplier to the Career Transition partnership (Ministry of Defence working with Right Management Services), and for MOD personnel we are also ELCAS registered No 4615  In January  2015 our 15 day course designed specifically for mod resettlement leavers was updated to include further level 3 qualifications City and Guilds 7543-01 and 6187-31

Our instructors, are very experienced and highly qualified. They are assessors for the City and Guilds  Safe Handling of Refrigerants/Ammonia, and also for BESA and City and Guilds Pipework and Brazing Commercial and Industrial. They are also  Assessors for City & Guilds 2078 / 2079, Units 001/002 Handling Refrigerants, and for Units 003 and 004 Handling Ammonia, 7543 Award in basic mobile Air-Conditioning, 6187-21 Hydrocarbon handling certificate. 6187-31 Understanding hydrocarbon systems.

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Our training premises are located in Doncaster about 1 mile from junction 3 of the M18. Some of our training courses can also be delivered at your company’s premises. Please enquire for further details.

Located quite close to our training centre is a wide range of public facilities including guest houses, public houses and hotels. Doncaster is a lively town about 2.5 miles from our training centre which offers a wide range of nightlife and accommodation.

Our client list includes individual people, small companies and large organisations and multi-nationals. Here is a small selection:

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Alfred McAlpine

 

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BAE Systems

 

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Carlsberg UK Ltd

 

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George S Hall

 

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3CL Ltd

 

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Lincat Ltd

 

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MITIE PLC

 

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Nestle (UK) Ltd

 

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Organon Laboratories Ltd

 

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Project Air Ltd

 

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Labcold Ltd

 

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Grampian Country Foods

 

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IMI Cornelius (UK) Ltd

 

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Johnson Controls

 

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Kane Foods Ltd

 

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Stena Drilling Ltd

 

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The Guardian Newspaper Group

 

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Ministry of Defence

 

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Co-operative

 

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