- Master of Education in Training and Development
- Master of Public Health
- BSc (Hons) Environmental Health
- National Diploma in Occupational Safety and Health
- CMIOSH Charted Member of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health
- MCIEH Member of the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health
- AIEMA Associate Member of the Institution of Environmental Management and Assessment
Brenig is a Chartered Safety Practitioner and Chartered Environmental Health Practitioner with more than twenty years’ experience in health and safety enforcement, management, training and consultancy. For the last twelve years he worked for the UK’s top provider of accredited health, safety and environmental training.
Brenig is an experienced and accomplished trainer with a Masters of Education degree in Training and Development and a NEBOSH examiner for both the NEBOSH National General Certificate and NEBOSH National Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety. Brenig has also managed the development and continual updating of NEBOSH, IOSH and IEMA courses over the last 10 years.
Delivering and managing NEBOSH accredited training since 1998, Brenig’s NEBOSH Certificate courses regularly achieved pass rates of 90% and above, his Diploma courses have pass rates consistently and significantly higher than the national average.
Areas of Expertise
Brenig regularly delivers training at board room level for large multinational companies such as DHL, Bank of India and Spire Healthcare. Brenig has also tailored and managed large scale delivery of training initiatives to EDF, HBOS, United Utilities, bmi, and Welsh Water.
In addition to classroom based training, Brenig has also been instrumental in the successful development and delivery of the highly regarded Astutis e-learning suite of courses which are now being received by thousands of delegates across the globe.
As well as specialising in course design and authoring Brenig also carries out specialist consultancy such as training needs analysis, the development of health and safety management systems and safety culture climate surveys.