The UK Asbestos Training Association (UKATA) is a membership organisation dedicated to upholding and improving the standards of asbestos training.
Their membership consists of contractors, training providers, consultants and equipment suppliers amongst others.
They provide guidance to the industry on best practice for safe working practices and ensure high quality standards for asbestos-related training.
An example of a course developed to these standards is UKATA Asbestos Awareness, this course can be delivered in a classroom, online or via eLearning.
UKATA accredited short course that is suitable for anyone in a role where they are exposed to asbestos.
One day of UKATA accredited training, suitable for those who carry out non-licensed work with materials containing asbestos.
The UKATA Asbestos Awareness eLearning training course will provide you with a better understanding of asbestos, its dangers and how it affects the industry.
UKATA stands for the United Kingdom Asbestos Training Association.
All UKATA certificates are valid for 12 months.
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