Businesses are losing up to £950 million every year in fines and compensation claims, the key reason behind these figures is lack of staff training.

Spearhead Compliance Training are an award winning Training Provider that offers the UK’s leading online and practical courses. We are proud to be qualifying staff from some of the UK’s largest organisations. The standards of our training are such that we are an approved and accredited Training Centre with Highfield Awarding Body for Compliance. We ensure your business is fully compliant by qualifying your staff to the highest level.

Over the last 2 years we have become an approved training provider with the following professional bodies:
UK Register of Learning Providers
 Institute for Learning
 Association of First Aiders
 Health and Safety Executive
 Defence Employment Recognition Scheme

Our courses are delivered by expert trainers and our qualifications are accredited by the regulators of England and Wales (Ofqual and the Welsh Government) and is part of the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF).

Our board of Directors consists of 2 former members of HM Forces and the Founder of retail giant Poundland. You can rest assured that you’re in safe hands when working with Spearhead.

Meet Our Team

Our team is dedicated to bringing you the ideal training experience nationwide. Spearhead now comprises of more than 125 trainers nationwide, each possessing a far reaching set of expert skills to coach, instruct, and empower your workforce. 

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John Loveday

CEO & Founder

John founded Spearhead Compliance Training alongside Paul, he brings his extensive knowledge of training and business development to the team.


Paul Hood

Co Founder

Paul brings his experience from a career spanning 15 years in HM Forces and an extensive background within the training industry.

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Steven Smith

Non Executive Director

Steve founded the retail chain “Poundland” and grew it into a household name. Steve sold Poundland in 2002 with in excess of 80 stores, turning over £186m per annum.