Welcome to Direct Training GB Ltd

Direct Training (G.B.) Limited is a quality training provider of various Health and Safety courses ranging from All First Aid courses to now offering various Forklift training courses.
Direct Training GB Ltd has been established since 2002 and our experienced trainers have many years of expertise working with companies throughout the UK to provide excellent service at affordable prices.

  • ALL First Aid Courses are approved by the First Aid Industry Body (FAIB).
  • E-learning courses are accredited by the following awarding bodies ROSPA, CPD, IATP, IFE & IIRSM.

To help you to make the right choices, below are guidelines laid out by the HSE

View HSE First Aid Needs assessment
Click HERE

View HSE Forklift Code of Practice
Click HERE

We will work with you to tailor the courses to suit the needs of your company
and the training can be done at your premises or at our training centre.

What our clients say about our courses

'I would highly recommend Direct Training for your training needs. We recently sent our operatives and office staff on a first aid course and we were all impressed with the professionalism and quality of the training. The instructor Ricky, was very passionate about the training and the course was very…

Andrea Davies, City Scaffolding Limited

We have used the services of Direct Training for over a year now. It has been an absolute pleasure to use them, as they are professional and reliable at all times and deliver a great service. NST will continue to use Direct Training for all their First Aid requirements.

Chris Maloney Managing , North South Training

We have used Direct Training GB for our first aid , fire marshal and manual handling training for almost ten years. We find they offer a friendly and efficient service and we have always had great customer service. The feedback from the courses is always positive.

Lisa Richmond, NT Kilingley

Attended Direct Training in December for a First Aid at Work course. The 3 day course run by Ricky was great. His charismatic and enthusiastic approach coupled with his years of knowledge kept everybody fully engaged throughout. We currently send all our staff to Direct Training and will continue to…

Todd Elkington, Roe Developments Ltd

I attended a fantastic Emergency First Aid at Work Course with Ricky recently. The training was very professional, the information was well presented and the theory was clearly demonstrated. I really enjoyed the whole day and Ricky made the course fun to learn too. I feel much more confident should…

Joanne Harris

Courses we offer Include

First Aid at Work & EFAW

Every Employer is legally required to appoint at least one first aid person and larger businesses may need multiple first aiders.
Employers are required to carry out an assessment of first-aid needs.
This involves consideration of workplace hazards and risks, the size of the organisation and other relevant factors, to determine what first-aid equipment, facilities and personnel should be provided.

Construction Plant

Employers must 'ensure that all persons who use work equipment have received adequate training for the purposes of health and safety, including training in the methods which may be adopted when using work equipment, and risks which such use may entail and the precautions to be taken.'
(PUWER reg 9). There is a similar duty to ensure adequate training in relation to supervisory and managerial staff.

Fire Safety/Marshal

The Fire Safety Order 2005 requires that fire safety training is provided to staff when they commence employment and that refresher training is provided on a regular basis.
Last year there were over 33,000 recorded fires in UK businesses and community buildings. Protect your staff now and give them the best chance of escape if a fire does happen.
Fire Safety Training is not only a legal requirement, it also saves lives and protects businesses.

HSE Lift Truck ACOP

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Employers should not allow anyone to operate, even on a very occasional basis, lift trucks within the scope of this ACOP who have not satisfactorily completed basic training and testing as described in this ACOP,
except for those undergoing such training under adequate supervision.