High quality public and in-house training courses for your staff

we understand the extraordinary challenges our clients are facing: limited resources, human resource requirements, increasing regulations and standards, and evolving business strategies to get your company to the next level.


Food Safety

Whether your serving pre-packed food or sourcing, supplying, preparing, serving or storing any food stuffs you have legal responsibilities to manage that process as safely as possible.

Very often bad food and personal hygiene (food safety) comes down to lack of education and training at all levels within the workplace.


Health & Safety

“Safety is not an intellectual exercise to keep us in work. It is a matter of life and death. It is the sum of our contributions to safety management that determines whether the people we work with live or die” – Sir Brian Appleton after Piper Alpha


Fire Safety

Fire safety training is one key way in which to reduce the chance of a fire occurring and look at procedures and practice in place to minimise the impact of a fire.

We can help companies and organisations derive an effective fire safety plan and ensure the fire safety training that individuals receive will be of the highest quality.

We are committed to creating strong and continuous improvement in human performance

Conflict Management


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100% Partnership

Working in partnership with you, we shape our expertise to your needs. Elska Group will provide a full spectrum of training capabilities; including flexible learning solutions, that target different learning and experience levels and language requirements.

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Certified Courses


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