IPAF Operator training in Canterbury Cathedral with Warren Access
Monday 19th October

IPAF Operator training in Canterbury Cathedral

Since reopening after lockdown, we’re delighted to be able to say that our training centres have been busier than ever, running a range of both IPAF and PASMA courses around the country.

Offering specialist training at customer sites throughout the UK takes us all around the country. We get to see some fantastic locations, and last week was no exception. The six lucky trainees got to enjoy a birdseye view of Canterbury Cathedral while completing their IPAF Operator training practical. What a backdrop for our tracked boom lift – doesn’t it look great against the impressive stained glass windows!

Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral in Kent has a rich and fascinating history.  It was first established in 597AD, though completely rebuilt in 1070. It was England’s first Cathedral and its first Archbishop, Augustine of Canterbury, is the founder of Christianity in England. Today it is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site open to the public for visits should you wish to see the architecture for yourself.

Looking for IPAF operator training?

We run a range of specialist IPAF and PASMA training courses from our depots in Huntingdon and Newcastle. Candidates have the option to complete theory elements online or at one of our dedicated training centres. See our upcoming courses or contact us to book.