This UKATA non-licensed asbestos training is ideal for anyone carrying out non-licensed work with asbestos containing materials.
This would normally include workers such as; electricians, plumbers, painters and decorators, gas fitters, joiners, roofers, plasterers, building surveyors and demolition workers amongst others.
You will receive all the information, instructions and training you need if you take part in work that may expose you to asbestos.
You would need to have completed your UKATA asbestos awareness course within the last 6 months to be able to sit this course. This could have been completed online, in a classroom or via the eLearning course.
Our goal is to make sure you have the knowledge and confidence to go about your role effectively and safely. This course aims to deliver towards that target.
This course can be delivered in the following way:
This course is delivered as an in-house course, with the training done in a classroom.
To enquire about the in-house course, please complete the enquiry form and our team will be in touch.
As an accredited UKATA member, 3B Training ensures that the standard of teaching in this course is of the highest quality.
At the end of this course, we are certain you will have the knowledge to go about your role confidently and safely.
This UKATA non licensed Asbestos removal training course will provide you with information on:
PRACTICAL ELEMENTS (13 – 18)
• Use of H class Vacuum
• Use of PPE and RPE
• Use of wetting techniques
• Bagging Waste
• Building a Mini Enclosure (Optional)
You will need to complete a written assessment to pass this course.
The course was very informative and eye opening. It was also very well presented.
This course is a 1 day training course.
This course is accredited by UKATA, the leading authority on Asbestos training.
The certificate is valid for one year.
Yes, you can book both courses as an in-house course. They will run for over 1.5 days. Please fill the enquiry form, and our team will be in touch.
Enquire to receive a quote for in-house training.
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