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South Wales UKATA Verified Awareness Training

Accredited by UKATA, the course is aimed at workers in South Wales who are involved in refurbishment, maintenance, construction and similar trades. This includes heating and ventilation engineers, painters and decorators, plasterers, gas fitters, refurbishment contractors and building surveyors who, due to current regulations, are required to be trained in asbestos awareness and hold a current Asbestos Awareness Certificate.

Understanding and Avoiding Exposure Asbestos

Asbestos Awareness E-Learning Training (UKATA Approved)

£25.00 +VAT
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The aim of the course is to assist all candidates in South Wales in the understanding of the various asbestos types and also the hazards that are associated with asbestos in the workplace.

At Asbestos Training Limited we are proud to deliver a range of asbestos awareness training courses that are designed around you, your company and your members of staff. Although options include a custom-made course, may of our candidates choose our popular Asbestos Awareness E-Learning Course, which has prices starting at just £30.00 per person.

UKATA approved Asbestos E-Learning Course

Created to provide a flexible, easy to use and instantly accessible way of learning this necessary information quickly and efficiently, the Asbestos E-Learning Course has been developed for everyone operating in a business that puts them at risk of asbestos exposure. Suitable for the self employed, small companies and major organisations, the fully automated course provides applicants with a very quick turnaround, with your free certificate emailed directly to you upon successful completion.

The Benefits

  • Quick turnaround
  • Instant access 24/7
  • Learn at your own pace
  • Return to the learning portal at anytime
  • All coursework completed online
  • Support for each candidate online or by phone
  • UKATA approved

Who is the Course Aimed at?

  • Directors
  • Supervisors
  • Managers
  • All tradespersons

How does it work?

  1. Go to 'Book Now' and pay for the required amount of courses you require
  2. Once payment is received you will be sent your own personal log-in details to the learning portal
  3. Carry out the course as instructed online, learning at your own pace
  4. Once successful your UKATA Approved Asbestos Awareness E-Learning certificate will be e-mailed to you

How do I pay?

  1. Online - by clicking on the `Book Now` button
  2. Telephone - just call us on 0800 612 4115 and pay over the phone
  3. BACS - Please call us on 0800 612 4115 for our bank details

If you have any questions or require further details please call us on 0800 612 4115 or e-mail us at info@asbestostraininglimited.com

Asbestos Awareness E-Learning Training (UKATA Approved)

£25.00 +VAT
Package deals available. POA

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