Welcome to SQT Training US

SQT has been delivering training for over twenty years. Increasingly we have been delivering training in locations all over the globe. SQT is now in a position to offer approximately 200 training courses in the US. All programmes are delivered in English. Our tutors can travel to your training venue. Travelling costs are charged only as incurred and are kept to a minimum.

  • Please use the pencils on the left to navigate our 15 subject areas. The full list of courses in each subject area can be seen by clicking on the relevant pencil

  • Courses generally cater for 4-15 delegates

  • For a detailed proposal for the training course(s) of interest to you please contact Lisa by emailing (in English) lkeating@sqt.ie or telephone +353 61 339040

  • If you wish to proceed with the proposed training, the tutor will contact you in advance to ensure a tailored training solution for you

  • Accredited Courses - We offer a wide range of Accredited courses. We can offer courses certified by NEBOSH, IRCA, IEMA & CIEH in the US. HETAC, FETAC and AEE certification is only available for courses delivered in Ireland. However, the latter courses can be run without certification in the US. Delegates receive an SQT Certificate of Attendance on all courses. Delegates who successfully complete course & assessment, receive the relevant certification for accredited courses

  • SQT delivers a full listing of public courses in Ireland, mostly Dublin. Please click here to see our full listing of public courses


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