Training and Consultancy
We specialise in the Aviation, Manufacturing and Education SectorsOur ServicesAbout Us
AJ International Consultancy was formed to focus on supporting FE/HE establishments and VET institutions, both nationally and internationally, through consultancy and training in Quality Management and Organisational Development.Read more
Our aim is to remove the pressure of training and development from managers, allowing them to concentrate on other areas of importance within their business. By outsourcing the training and development function savings can be made on precious in-house resources – AJ International Consultancy prides itself in offering cost effective solutions that are tailored to specifically meet the needs and requirements of each individual client and their staffing needs.Read More
We have a new Learning Portal where customers and clients can safely and securely access all their learning and training materials 24/7.Learning Portal
Woodward Aircraft Engine Systems
Woodward Aircraft Engine Systems recently worked in partnership with BCS Training & Consultancy in developing, implementing and providing training for our new Safety Management System (SMS). BCS Training & Consultancy’s collaborative approach, professional service and high level of commitment was important in providing us with a customised package that meets our needs and satisfies regulatory requirements.
BCS have also provided training for AS9100 Rev. C and Human Factors and we would highly recommend them for providing us with first class courses and excellent quality training.Sandy Simpson
BCS has played a successful part in the effective training and development of our staff at all levels in the organisation. The training has greatly influenced our employee’s cultural behaviour and their understanding of EASA regulatory compliance.
BCS also arrange and facilitate all our AS9100, Internal and Lead Auditor training. Their support and advice has been invaluable on improving our quality systems, product control and supplier surveillance.John Smillie