CMS Training Centre was formed in July 1998 primarily to offer Health and Safety Training to all people who wished to be trained to European Standards, although Cyprus was not in Europe then. Christina set up her office in a small flat using various hotel conference rooms for the training that was organized.
A few years later she moved the whole operation to a building which was designed originally as a school and expanded her operation to offer the training within her own facilities. CMS Training Centre can now offer delegates, training in 3 large conference rooms and workshops.
CMS is a leader in Health and Safety training and is always at the front bringing new ideas to Cyprus.
CMS Training Centre in association with SETA Training and Advisory Services from the UK and Now HSB – Holistic Safety Business has been offering training courses such as Nebosh, and IOSH since 1998 with excellent results.
Recently CMS Training Centre was approved by BPEC to become the first LPG (ACS) Gas Centre in Europe and outside of the UK.
The auditors were so impressed with the whole set up and commented that the centre was equal too, if not better than, some training establishments in the UK.
The CMS Training Centre TODAY
CMS Training Centre is a company established in Cyprus offering a wide spectrum of Specialized Training. It has an extensive network of Technical and Administrative training providers from UK, Cyprus and Greece.
CMS Training Centre success stories
In the most difficult year CMS has also been approved by HRDA for Professional Qualifications for Air Conditioning Engineers.
The CMS Training Centre MISSION
Is the creation of a culture of excellence within the company through professional and quality Training aiming to the total Customer satisfaction? The CMS Training Centre will continue to adopt to a great extent the demanding training philosophies and tailor them to suit the customer’s needs.
The CMS Training Centre
Recognizes the fact that for companies to become leaders in their field and maintain advantage over their competitors they must always be one step ahead with new training skills.