POSTPONED Chris Mee Group are delighted to announce the gradual reopening of training facilities - Chris Mee Group | CMSE

POSTPONED Chris Mee Group are delighted to announce the gradual reopening of training facilities

** June 29th Update – Due to today’s announcement, Indoor activities, including training, will not proceed as planned. The government will devise an implementation plan by 19 July.  We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this and hope to be able to assist you with your classroom-based training in the near future**

The lifting of government restrictions on July 5th means that indoor events up to a maximum of 50 attendees will be able to recommence. CMSE Training will begin the gradual reopening of our training facilities from this date, with the aim of having all classrooms reopened safely on a phased basis over the coming weeks and months.

CMSE Training Team Lead Julie Twomey said

“Whilst the capability to offer our clients a mixture of Online training, Instructor led classes and essential courses during the past 12+ months has been great, we are now in a position to be able to invite attendees to join us once again at our training facilities across the country.”

As one of Irelands leading health and safety companies, you can be assured that CMSE Training have gone a level above the required safety measures and procedures for reopening. Measures include.

  • Class sizes being limited depending on the room size with a maximum of 12 attendees!
  • All desks are a minimum of 2 metres apart
  • All classrooms being well ventilated
  • All learners are required to complete a Covid questionnaire 3 days prior to course commencement
  • Facemasks must be worn at all times
  • Signage and sanitising stations are in place throughout each building
  • Individual sanitiser is provided on each desk
  • High level cleaning regimes have been implemented

CMSE Training Manager, Lisa Angelini said

“Our highly experienced team of CMSE trainers have been delivering classroom based, essential safety courses such as SOLAS Safe Pass for the construction industry since March, so while the implementation of these measures is not new to us, the return of non-essential training is certainly an exciting step forward. “

CMSE Training will be running the following courses exclusively in the classroom.  

  • Manual Handling Instructor in Cork, 5 days, commencing 27th July Read More
  • Manual Handling Instructor in Dublin, 5 days, commencing 10th August Read More
  • Train The Trainer / Training Delivery and Evaluation (QQI Level 6) Read More

If you would like more information on these courses or would like to proceed with making a booking, please call us at 1850 315 415 and we’ll be delighted to get you set up.