Booking forms can be accessed from each course entry in the programme.
- Courses with charges should be made through your Departmental Safety Officer (DSO)
- Courses without charges may be booked by internal members of staff
- Late applications
All courses with charges should be made through your Departmental Safety Officer (DSO). For all these courses (or those with cancellation fees), you must supply us with a GL code with the registration application. We cannot accept forms without this code (and indeed you will not be able to submit them).
Please use the Third Party booking form.
All Courses without charges may be booked by individual members of staff, but you should confirm your attendance with your Departmental Safety Officer first.
Late applications - If the course you wish to join is less than 24 hours away, there are places available and you are unable to get to a computer to submit the form, please contact us on x48838, having confirmed your attendance with your local Safety Officer.
All First Aid courses should be made through your local First Aid Coordinator.
Please use the Third Part booking form.
All bookings must be made via an online booking form. Please do not email requests anymore as we will refer you back to this website.
When you have selected your course, please follow the relevant link for external delegates. You will then be able to download the relevant forms. External applicants will be invoiced before the date of the course.
If you have any queries about payments etc. please contact Eric Miranda: firstname.lastname@example.org
Participants’ names and departments / divisions / faculties will be made available to other attendees on the same workshop. Participants' data are stored in a database for the purpose of recording attendance at workshops, providing statistical information and maintaining individuals and faculty / departmental / divisional training records.
Individual's training records will be made available to managers in the individual's faculty / department / division, appropriate administrative divisions and HR, all within Imperial College London, if requested.