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Clinton Training recently provided training for staff at Farmageddon, a Halloween tourist attraction in Lancashire. The trainers, who use the exam awarding body IQ, recently provided Fire Safety Awareness and Door Supervision training to stewards operating at Farmageddon, at Ormskirk.
Based in a farm, Farmageddon is a ‘scream park’ that opens annually for Halloween where visitors can expect a night of spooks and monsters. Visitors book months ahead to attend. To comply with Lancashire County Council licensing requirements a number of staff must undertake fire safety awareness and door supervision training. Clinton trained 25 staff in 2013 and were re-engaged in 2014 to train a further 25 staff.
Stephen Houghland, Managing Director of Clinton Training, said: “This is a very popular tourist attraction, and Clinton Training was happy to assist the team at Farmaggedon with their training needs; it is good to see an organisation investing in their staff, not only training their staff but going the extra mile and qualifying them too.”
Visit www.farmaggedon.co.uk and clintontraining.co.uk.