Nick envisioned Phoenix as a service that had no boundaries, no complicated paperwork and no inflated retainer fees - a company that provided fair fees and hassle-free guidance through the minefield of health and safety legislation. He wanted training courses to be an enjoyable experience where students can get involved and be in control of their learning.
Since it began in 2005, Phoenix has expanded rapidly and is now one of the UK’s leading providers of health and safety training courses. Despite their growth, they pledge to always remain true to the key principles within their mission statement.
Phoenix now has offices in locations across the UK, including Cannock, Staffordshire, Central London and Manchester. Training courses are delivered at major business centres both inside and outside of the UK and consultancy services are provided to clients across all types of industries.
In 2011, Birmingham-based investment company Midven formed a partnership with Phoenix. With the help of this financial support, Phoenix anticipates further growth in the coming years, with the aim of becoming the number one name in health and safety in the UK and beyond.
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