New Lanark World Heritage Site is a truly unique setting. Surrounded by native woodlands and close to the famous Falls of Clyde, New Lanark was founded in 1785 as a cotton spinning village and became famous as the site of Robert Owen’s pioneering social reforms. Now beautifully restored, New Lanark is both a living community and tourist attraction. The 4 Star New Lanark Mill Hotel is a stunning award-winning conversion from an original 18th century mill. It offers fantastic views across the surrounding conservation area and River Clyde.
Due to popular demand, the Southern Centre is repeating this course which provides an on-site practical exercise to cover repair defect identification and the available powers that Environmental Health Officers (EHOs) can use to recognise repairs to be effected, with an emphasis on building disrepair and statutory nuisance.
The REHIS Intermediate Train the Presenter course is for anyone who wants to develop practical training skills and/or meet the minimum training requirement for applying to become a REHIS Approved Presenter. Ideally, candidates attending this course already have achieved or are working towards the Diploma in Advanced Food Hygiene (or equivalent) or Health and Safety qualification.