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Confined Space Training

Confined Space Training available with 3B.
3B Training deliver a variety of Confined Space training.
Complete your Confined Space Training with 3B.

We offer a wide range of confined spaces courses, that are delivered online and in the classroom. These training courses can also be delivered as an in-house course specifically for your delegates.

This can be done via remote learning at one of our venues or a venue of your choosing. Get in touch with us if you have any questions, and our friendly team members would be happy to assist you.

We offer High risk confined space, Medium risk confined space and Low risk confined space courses.

  • High Risk Confined Space Training

    Three days of training accredited by City and Guilds that is ideal for anyone working in a high risk confined space environment.

  • Medium Risk Confined Space and Entry Controller

    Two days of training accredited by City and Guilds to give you the knowledge to work in a medium risk confined space safely.

  • Low Risk Confined Space Training

    One day of training tailored for individuals who enter narrow or limited spaces such as chambers, shafts, manholes and tunnels.

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Companies who are CITB registered can claim for each delegate who successfully pass the confined spaces courses we offer.

For the grant to be claimed, you must include the company name and CITB levy number on the delegates information form, which is completed before or on the first day of the course.

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CITB Grants Double for Short Courses as of 1st April 2023.

Frequently asked questions

  • What is a Low Risk Confined space?
    What is a Low Risk Confined space?

    A Low Risk confined space is one where access is simple and not obstructed.

    It often has entries that is no deeper than three meters and one where there is no likely risk of flooding.

    Examples can include meter pits, and valve chambers.

  • How long is the Medium Risk Confined Space course?

    This course is delivered over two days.

  • Do you need to be trained to work in a High Risk Confined Space?

    Employers and others in control of work in high risk confined spaces must properly plan and train for confined space work.

    They must ensure that any individuals involved in planning, supervising, monitoring and carrying out the work are competent in their responsibilities.

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