Chennai batch (March 26th to April 5th ), this year’s 3rd batch in Chennai was completed successfully with 11 candidates from various companies and colleges. This batch had only 1 fresher candidate and rest of them were either experienced or having educational background in safety.
“Overall training 11 candidates at a time was easy and close attention to each and every candidate was possible . It was helpful by the way in knowing the weakness and strength of every candidate. Then they were able to work on their weakness towards the subject. This was possible because of the good co operation from the candidates of this batch” says Mr.Sivakumar (the trainer of this batch).
“The arrangements and overall co ordination to complete the course was satisfactory” says Mr.Manish Kumar from Bihar a Safety officer from a reputed firm in India.
“The issue which we were worried about and accordingly looking for a right & relevant place was nothing but the quality training, because the same course is being conducted by lots of institutions in India. And ultimately we got the right place to accomplish this international course. Indeed we became familiar with different global HSE standards and got ourselves to present as a safety practitioner in the global H & S scenario. All the candidates of my group have also asked me to pass on their sincere thanks & appreciation to the faculty (Mr. Sivakumar Balachandran), indeed his way of elucidating the things was much appreciative” says Mr.Ameen Aslam HSE ENGINEER from Abudhabi.
“The way of training was good in terms of explanation of the course material which actually trained us to know the real safety aspects. I surprise that how we have accomplished the training course in such a short span of time and the answer without any hesitation. It almost covered 70% of our M.E Safety Engineering syllabus” says J.Prakash and Shankar final year M.E students from K.S.R Institute of Engineering, Erode.
The exam was successfully completed on 5th of April.