Tutor Supported Learning
Do you need support with your Level 1/CSCS Green card online training courses, from an experienced tutor?
Following the excellent results from our pilot cohorts in Portsmouth in 2020/21, we are now making our successful coaching and exam support service available to all groups and individual learners taking our online Level 1 Health & Safety or CSCS Green Card: course/exam package accredited training courses.
Our tutor supported service includes facilitated learning and revision, mock tests, coaching on exam technique and help with setting up for the online invigilated exams (eg L1 in Health & Safety in a construction environment) – all delivered by a real person!
Our coaches are approachable and experienced and will support all learners through the stages necessary to gain their qualifications.
This service can be tailored to the particular needs of an individual or group, and includes:
- Mock CSCS test
- Identification and support of any weaker areas
- Learning revision and exam techniques
- Increasing exam confidence
- Tips from experience of recent candidates
- Support for virtual exam set up
Quote from Portsmouth City Council:
“Since starting as our trainer… we have found Mike [Davis-Marks] to be an extremely supportive, informative and patient tutor to our adult learners, supporting them with passion and drive to achieve their level one exams in health and safety in a construction environment and prepare them for the subsequent CITB “green card” operative test.”
For further details contact Mike Davis-Marks
Mike Davis-Marks, Head Learning Tutor/Coach
Mike Davis-Marks OBE, Managing Director
Mike Davis-Marks (MDM) enjoyed a 36 year career in the Royal Navy, having wanted to join the Service since the age of seven.
During that time, he served in a wide variety of leadership roles in both submarines and surface ships, culminating in a testing three year command of the hunter killer nuclear powered submarine, HMS TURBULENT.
He has also navigated a submarine to the North Pole (twice), taught Officer Cadets leadership at Britannia Royal Naval College, held a diplomatic post at the British Embassy in Washington DC (during the period of 9/11) and was awarded the OBE for his part in planning and running the International Fleet Review in 2005.
Since leaving the Navy in 2013, he joined a group of Social Entrepreneurs, who are looking at how technology and innovation can be used to drive collaborations into solving complex social and environmental problems and are also experimenting on the Future of Work.
He is the Managing Director of Building Pathways Ltd, providing pre-employment mentoring and training to marginalised people as well as a leadership facilitator and coach with the True Leader Company.
MDM qualified as a NLP practitioner in 2012 and believes that people are a company’s most important asset and that investing in your workforce will deliver much greater dividends than merely trying to maximise shareholder profit.