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UKATA Online Training Update

Posted on Tuesday 23rd April 2013 by Graham

UKATA Online Training
Asbestos Training Limited have secured many contracts for its excellent UKATA online asbestos awareness training. Due to the demand for online training Asbestos Training Limited have continually developed their online training to ensure it provides a learning experience second to none. Managing Director Graham O'Mahony said "we have heavily invested in ensuring that the online training provides a worthwhile learning experience to ensure the delegates take in the knowledge and keep themselves and others safe from the dangers of asbestos, we have lead the way and continue to do so". He went on to explain the success and demand for, which most perceive to be, the best on the market with strengths such as cost, experience, automatically generated logins and notwithstanding an excellent support service "we have seen an extensive demand for our UKATA approved E Learning and Online Asbestos Awareness Training, having secured contracts with many organisation throughout the UK and overseas"
To book the UKATA approved asbestos awareness online training visit www.asbestostraininglimited.com £30.00 per delegate

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