UKATA Asbestos Awareness eLearning
Asbestos Awareness eLearning Courses
The UKATA Asbestos Awareness eLearning training course will provide delegates with a better understanding of asbestos, its dangers and how it affects the industry.
How long is the Asbestos Awareness eLearning course?
Approx. 3 hours
£30 + VAT
Who should complete the Asbestos Awareness course?
The course is mandatory for those who work in a trade or occupation involving building maintenance. If you work in construction and are working on a refurbishment or construction project – by law, anyone employed to work on any type of construction should have some form of Asbestos Training.
Is the Asbestos Awareness course accredited?
When does my Asbestos Awareness certificate expire?
The Asbestos Awareness course is intended to give delegates a further knowledge of the asbestos and its dangers and how it affects the construction industry.
On completion of the course, delegates should be able to:
- understand the health risks, hazards and procedures of working in the proximity of asbestos
- identify where to find asbestos and in what materials
- conduct the relevant emergency procedures if you ever come into contact with asbestos when you don’t expect to
- know how to avoid disturbing asbestos.
Course Content of the UKATA Asbestos Awareness eLearning
The Asbestos Awareness eLearning course is split into 4 modules, each covering the relevant content to successfully pass the course. The course is delivered through a range of interactive exercises, videos, multiple choice questions and a final exam.
On completion of your course booking, you will receive an email with your login details to the online portal. Once you have passed the course you will be sent a UKATA registered certificate directly to your email address.
The course modules are as followed:
- Properties and Risk
- Location of Asbestos Containing Materials
- How to avoid Asbestos
An alternative to this course would be the classroom delivered UKATA Asbestos Awareness. This course is suitable for who work in the vicinity of asbestos but prefer to have their training delivered in a classroom.