What Health & Safety Training Courses do we run in Central London?
Our Central London Courses are run from a number of different training venues which are handily placed throughout the city.
Please enquire for the latest course availability and training venue locations.
3 of the main training courses we run in Central London are SMSTS training, SSSTS courses, IPAF training SEATS and PASMA training.
Other course as listed below can be available, please get in touch for confirmation.
Testimonials for our Whitechapel Courses
“Training was relaxed and informative at the same time. All staff were friendly. One of the office staff went out of her way to help which was greatly appreciated.”
“Good instructors and well cared for. Thank you”
East London Works, Office 110, 65 Whitechapel Road, Whitechapel, E1 1DU
Testimonials for our London Bridge Courses
“Excellent course. Very informative, knowledgeable and helpful instructors”
London Bridge Location
Unit 5, Baden Place, Crosby Row, London Bridge, SE1 1YW
Wembley is a town in northwest London. Around eight miles from Charing Cross, it includes the neighbourhoods of North Wembley, Wembley Park, Alperton, Preston, Tokyngton, and Sudbury. Wembley has a population of around 102,000.
Wembley has received billions of pounds in investment in recent years, turning into a thriving and cosmopolitan area. The unsightly industrial buildings and car parks have been replaced by shops, restaurants, and world-beating performance venues. Wembley Park is one of the newest and most vibrant neighbourhoods, attracting residents and visitors worldwide. The town benefits from excellent transport links, being well connected to London by the Bakerloo, Jubilee, and the Metropolitan tube lines.
Undoubtedly the most famous landmark here is Wembley Stadium. The old Wembley Stadium was demolished in 2003 and replaced in 2007 with the new version on the same site. The stadium hosts many major football games, including the FA Cup Final and the home matches of the England national football team.
A district in East London, Whitechapel is situated just a few miles from Charing Cross. The heart of Whitechapel is its high street, busy and bustling with a wealth of restaurants, coffee shops, and shops to explore. The area is currently undergoing significant regeneration, with £300m invested for the creation of a £105m town hall, state of the art workspaces and industry hubs, several new public spaces, and a greater number of cycle and pedestrian routes.
Although Whitechapel was the centre of the city’s Jewish community in the 19th and the early 20th century, it’s now a popular settlement for many British Bangladeshis. This migrant group makes up 40% of the total population.
Whitechapel is also where the infamous Whitechapel murders (1888–91) took place. Whilst some of these were attributed to the notorious serial killer, Jack the Ripper, the murderer was never identified, with the cases still remaining unsolved.
Kings Cross is a district of Central London, 1.5 miles from Charing Cross. The area has experienced exciting redevelopment over the years, transforming from an overlooked industrial wasteland into a new and vibrant part of the city, with homes, offices, entertainment venues, and a university. Kings Cross is also considered a major rail hub, with both local and national trains at King’s Cross station and Eurostar services departing from St. Pancras.
Bisected by the nine-mile waterway known as the Regent’s Canal, Kings Cross is peppered with attractive garden squares and fascinating art installations. The Outside Art Project has turned King’s Cross into one of the biggest outdoor exhibition spaces in London. The Coal Drops Yard complex is one of the area’s leading shopping destinations and foodie hotspots, offering a wealth of shops and boutiques and restaurants and bars. Global companies such as Google, Universal Music, have all chosen to locate here.