With the announcement that CIEH have decided voluntarily to surrender recognition as a regulated awarding body HOTA has extended their Qualsafe portfolio to include the following courses:-
Level 2 Award in Health & Safety in the Workplace
Level 2 Award in Principles of Manual Handling
CIEH withdraws from being a regulated organisation and have announced they are to voluntary surrender of recognition as a regulated organisation.
For further details please click on the following link:
Hota is now offering Qulasafe Regulated First Aid Qualifications.
First Aid At Work £150 + Vat
Paediatric First Aid £100 + Vat
Emergency First Aid at Work £55 + Vat
HOTA has gained approval from the MCA to conduct the 1 Day Proficiency For Seafarers with Designated Security Duties Course.Click for more
1 Day Mechanical Joint Integrity Training Course added to HOTA's Electrical Course portfolioClick for more
Check out HOTA on Facebook, Twitter, Linked In and YouTube for the latest course offers, industry job opportunities and new course releases.Click for more
HOTA is pleased to announce it has gained full accreditation from RUK/GWO (Renewables UK/ Global Wind Offshore) to offer the basic renewables training courses.Click for more
HOTA are now offering the 2 Day Paediatric First Aid Training. This course will become mandatory for any working or caring for children - Cost £100 plus VAT per person.
Click for more
The NEBOSH General Certificate (NGC) provides persons with health and safety responsibilities with a broad understanding of health and safety. The course syllabus covers UK legal requirements, workplace hazard identification and control, and managing risks effectively.
The qualification equips employees with the necessary knowledge to protect persons from harm and to help the employer avoid prosecution, litigation and other associated costs.Click for more
Last month, Step Change in Safety announced that as of 1st April 2015 a new size criteria for helicopter passengers travelling to and from offshore installations in the UK would come into effect.Click for more
HOTA now offers eleven electrical training courses including JTL and City and Guilds approved. 'Introduction into electrical training in hazardous areas', is the latest HOTA course to be added to the portfolio.Click for more
The BOSIET training course is under review again and changes are expected to take place to include the new Category A - Emergency Breathing System (CA-EBS).Click for more
Following a successful pilot course held on 14th - 15th February 2019, HOTA is pleased to announce they are now approved to deliver the 2919-01 City & Guilds Level 3 Award Electric Vehicle Charging Course.
Delegates attending the course commented :-
'Delivering and contents was excellent'
'Organisation very good'
'The delivery of the course by the tutor was excellent'
Click for more
Effective immediately - please be informed that an additional HSE exemption has been granted to enable those workers who hold an ENG1 medical certificate of fitness to undertake the same in-water offshore survival trianing as those holding an Oil and Gas UK certificate of medical fitness for offshore work.
As well as possessing a certificate of fitness to undertake shallow water CA-EBS training issued by a registered OGUK examining doctor.
- Possess a valid, unexpired Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) offshore medical certificate OR a valid, unexpired offshore medical certificate issued by a body outside of the UK which is recongnised as equivalent to the OGUK medical certificate of fitness for offshore work and,
-Possess a certificate of fitness to undertake shallow water CA-EBS training issued by a registered OGUK examining doctor
If you are unsure of any of the above pre-requisites please feel free to contact us on 01482 820567Click for more
HOTA Wins at The Humber Renewables Awards 2018Click for more
The 18th Edition of the IET Wiring Regulations will be available from July 2nd 2018Click for more
As of January 2019, the GWO Initial Marine Sea Survival Training Course duration has changed from 1.5 day to 1 day.Click for more
Price Increase Effective from 15th April 2019
Due to rising costs, HOTA has unfortunately had to implement a price increase for a selected number of our courses only, with effect from the 15th April 2019.
We have avoided increasing the majority of our course prices for over 5 years but we can no longer absorb rising costs.
Confirmed bookings for courses starting after the 15th April including new bookings made up to the close of business on the 12th April will be charged at the old rate, bookings made after this date will be subject to the new fee.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your valued custom.
A63 work set to begin October 2018Click for more