IPAF Training

Short course

In Liverpool, Benfleet, Essex and 15 other venues

£ 165 + VAT

Description

  • Typology

    Short course

  • Level

    Beginner

Description


Suitable for: Any person who uses MEWP's as part of their job.

Important information

Documents

  • IPAF Training

Facilities

Location

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Benfleet (Essex)
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19- 21 Kents Hill Road, SS7 5PN

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Birmingham (Warwickshire)
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Chesterfield (London)
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Coventry (West Midlands)
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Essex
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Gwent (Newport)
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Leeds (London)
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Lincoln (London)
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Liverpool (Merseyside)
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London
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Newcastle (Northumberland)
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Northampton (Northamptonshire)
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Nottingham (Nottinghamshire)
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Sheffield (South Yorkshire)
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Somerset
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Sussex (West Sussex)
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Swindon (Wiltshire)
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Trafford Park (London)
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Course programme

Course review:

Project Skills Solutions offer IPAF training through associate accredited training centres in Essex and Manchester (PASMA), or offered throughout the UK at client premises.

All courses are mixed theory and practical allowing candidates to get a good level of competence.

IPAF developed their courses to promote the correct, safe and effective use of powered access.

The law requires employees to be properly trained on the equipment they use at work. The PAL Card offers proof that employees have been trained to work at height safely.

What makes IPAF the number one Powered Access Training scheme?

  • IPAF is one of only two training providers recognised by the MCG (Main Contractors Group)
  • IPAF are the UK’s most established access platform training provider and has been in operation since 1983.
  • Over 70,000 PAL cards are issued each year under the training programme certified by TUV as conforming to ISO 18878.
  • The IPAF PAL card is held by over 250,000 successful applicants.

What is a PAL Card?

A PAL card is a Powered Access License, issued by the International Powered Access Federation, a non-profit making organisation dedicated to promoting safe working at height.

Height workers need to show that they have been trained to work at height. If they can’t, they won’t be allowed on site. That’s why the PAL card is so important – it confirms that someone can operate mobile elevating work platforms safely and effectively.

It’s the law. The law requires employees to be properly trained on the equipment they use at work. The PAL card offers proof that employees have been trained to work at height safely.

IPAF has revised the categories in it’s training programme to align with the international standards PREN 280 and ISO DIS 16368, standards that regulate the design and manufacture of access platforms worldwide

About the IPAF Training Course
Through our associate approved IPAF Training Centres we are able to offer training on Powered Access in the following MEWP categories:-

Category 1A
– Static Vertical – Vertical personnel platforms (static)
Category 1B – Static Boom – Self-propelled booms (outriggers), trailers/push-arounds, vehicle mounted platforms.
Category 3A— MobileVertical Scissor lifts, vertical personnel platforms (mobile)
Category 3B— Mobile BoomSelf-propelled booms

IPAF Training

£ 165 + VAT