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REACH, CLP and BPR training - finding the right course for you

Regulatory Training with REACHReady

Choosing the right training course may seem as complicated as the regulations themselves! However once you’ve identified your role within REACH there are a number of clear, specific topics that you will need to understand. The graphic further down the page should help you start to identify the most suitable training, but if you would prefer to have a talk about your requirements with one of our technical team, call us on +44 (0)207 901 1443.

Why choose REACHReady?

Our ethos at REACHReady is to “help people help themselves” when it comes to complying with the REACH, CLP and BPR regulations. Our Gold subscription service provides help and technical support – we respond quickly to questions asked of our dedicated Helpdesk and have downloadable information and guidance on our website. However, the key way that we offer this support is by delivering classroom or face-to-face training.

As well as delivering the core programme of learning as set out in the outline workshop programme for each event, attendees at our training can expect:

  • current material, constantly updated for changes to and the interpretation of the regulations
  • expert trainers – all of our training courses are delivered by experts in REACH, CLP and BPR
  • the opportunity to ask questions of our technical experts
  • the use of relevant examples for the attendees
  • a chance to network with others in the same situation.

In addition most of our courses are CPD accredited, providing credits for your Continuing Personal or Professional Development. For employers there is an intrinsic value in developing the skills of employees, improving performance, helping staff to grow, and of course developing the resources internally will also deliver financial benefits.

The figure below illustrates the key training courses we offer depending on your role in the supply chain. Follow these clickable links to find out more or see our full list of events, dates and locations on our main training page.

As well as our public programme of training courses we can also deliver bespoke training tailored to your specific requirements and delivered at a location to suit you, or we can help you develop your own internal training material to support a wider understanding of the issues of REACH, CLP and BPR throughout your organisation.

Don't just take our word for it, see some of our delegate feedback:

“I found the training both of academic and practical use, with real examples to illustrate the point(s) being made. The course tutor was proactive in ensuring that what you put into the training you also got back out, ref. interaction and sharing best practice and ideas.”

"The trainers were very well informed and really knew their subject. Plenty of time was available for Q & A and interrupting to ask a question was encouraged. The atmosphere was relaxed and not too formal which made me feel I could ask questions that were relevant to my work situation. Very professional."

If there is any other aspect of Biocides, CLP or REACH training that you would like us to help with - just let us know. To find out more or to register your interest please call us on 0207 901 1443 or e-mail events@reachready.co.uk.

Join us by becoming a member of REACHReady - sign up now. Call us on +44 (0) 20 7901 1444 for more information. Then you’ll be ready for anything.

Workshops

Workshops

30 March - IUCLID 6 Practical Training for Registrants, Leeds

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Latest News

Latest News

27 February - REACH: New substances added to the compliance check list

60 new substances have been added by ECHA to the list of substances that might be chosen for compliance check. Registrants of the concerning substances are strongly advised by ECHA to update their registration dossiers by 28 April.

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