Health & Safety / HOSPITALITY TRAINING THROUGHOUT IRELAND
Evergreen Training offers true professionalism with a personal touch. We see our clients as part of the team, working closely together towards their desired outcome.
We specialise in areas of Health & Safety and Hospitality training, developing bespoke programmes to meet your specific needs.
Our highly qualified trainers are excellent motivators capable of keeping all learners engaged.
We offer accredited and short programmes online over Zoom and also in-company training of all our courses not only in Dublin and Cork, but all over Ireland.
I chose Evergreen Training to do my Compliance Officer training. I found Annemarie to be extremely knowledgeable. She gave me the awareness and ability to do the Induction Training with my staff and safely reopen The Rediscovery Centre
Ed Coleman, The Rediscovery Centre
Having worked alongside Annemarie, I found she had great passion, drive and determination. Her students excelled in their work from her enthusiastic and outgoing nature
Sacha Stocklin EdD, CieCas
We were extremely satisfied with the Covid-19 Compliance training we received from Evergreen Training. The course was very beneficial, and ensured that we implemented the government guidelines correctly for the safety of our staff and clients.
Anthony Whelan, Shadowhawk
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