Phoenix Training was established on the 18th June 1983 and was originally part of the
Co-operative Society. In 1990 David Nesbitt took over the helm after a management buyout and Phoenix Training has been independently owned and managed since. The company has operated within Northamptonshire from 1983 to date.
Why do we do what we do? Workplace safety is of the utmost importance to us. All of us want the candidates that we train to operate fork trucks and MHE safely to prevent workplace injuries as well as preventing damage to stock, buildings and equipment.
Each member of the team brings with them their own area of expertise and we are continually adding to our expanding portfolio of training packages to meet your needs.
Our team comprises of:
Paul - forklift, MEWP, safety harness, working at height, manual handling and abrasive wheels instructor. Paul joined us in May 2014 and has been an instructor since 2010. He holds the IOSH Managing Safely qualification. Paul is an ITSSAR and RTITB registered instructor. He is also an ITSSAR Category 4 Tutor.
Graham - forklift, MEWP and manual handling instructor. Graham joined us in September 2018. He has a wealth of experience in management and working in the logistics industry. He holds the IOSH Managing Safely qualification. Graham is an ITSSAR and RTITB registered instructor.
Emma (David's daughter) - doer of all things admin related, forklift and manual handling instructor and IOSH course trainer. Emma joined the company in April 2000 and holds the NEBOSH General Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety. Emma is currently studying for the NCRQ Level 6 Diploma in Applied Health & Safety. She is an ITSSAR registered instructor.
Each member of the team is actively involved in updating and producing our training materials on a regular basis.
We pride ourselves on the high standard of customer service provided and your experience, as our customer, is of paramount importance.
Since the end of February 2010 we have been based on the Park Farm Industrial Estate, Wellingborough.