The UKATA Asbestos Awareness Certificate is ideal to help individuals identify the dangers and risks of asbestos and to be able to improve their knowledge and aptitude in this area. The course is a benefit for those who work in locations and industry where asbestos may be present, including construction workers, demolition operatives, electricians, plumbers and carpenters.
Individuals undertaking the course for UKATA Asbestos Awareness Certificate can expect the following to be included:
Delegates will be assessed via an exam paper at the end of the course, which is taught over the course of half a day. A UKATA appointed training provider is at hand to teach the course and mark the exam paper, awarding the certificate to those individuals who pass.
Delegates who pass the test will be awarded the UKATA Asbestos Awareness Certificate.
Once this course has been passed there are a number of qualifications that can be taken on to further experience and knowledge. These include the NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety, and the National Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety.
Applicants are expected to have a good level of both written and spoken English, though there are no formal entry requirements.