Hi, I am David Newsum, and welcome to my blogging site  – I am a freelance training consultant, specialising in environmental health training and facilitation. For over 30 years, in addition to my main training and consultancy work, I have been developing and using creative training techniques, and I am now coaching and mentoring trainers in their quest to deliver great training which will generate repeat business.

My blogs explore little slices of training life, with anecdotes and training tips mixed in. You can sign up for all my future blogs on this site to be sent straight to your inbox.

GDPR compliance. This is a simple site and if you sign up with your email address, I do not collect any personal data, and you can unsubscribe directly with wordpress or through the emails you receive when I produce a new post. I do not hold your details in my organisation.

I am the Accountable Officer for my CIEH study centre, newly launched April 2017.

I also have just launched a new blog just for Student EHPs, at: http://forstudentehps.wordpress.com/

You can contact me on 07973 549906 or by email: david@davidnewsum.com


2 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi David, attended the North West Trainer forum last Thursday. Great afternoon, apart from meeting other trainers, I was inspired to re-think my training techniques. I use the flip chart off the stand but only for HACCP and to get candidates to realise connections in Food Safety, so now I have more ways to utilise it, thank you. Having a good look at power point as well, as you said time consuming but worth it.

    Kind Regards John Joseph. Maryport, Cumbria

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