How to make the most out of your work at height training
If you’re coming to us for work at height training, whether IPAF training for powered access platforms or PASMA training for mobile scaffold towers, we want you to get as much out of the course as possible. We’re always happy to answer questions if you have any but otherwise here are a few tips to help you prepare.
Do your research
Read up beforehand and familiarise yourself with the organisation, the specifics of your course and the equipment you will be training on. The organisations’ websites are a good starting point for this. They are available here:
Prepare in advance
Be prepared and arrive on time with everything you need for the day, including weather-suitable clothes as, depending on the course, you may be outside for practical sessions. You’ll find everything you need in the information we send out to you before the day. But, if you do have questions, our knowledgable employees will be happy to answer any queries you may have.
One of the best ways to get the most out of your work at height training is to take notes and also ask questions throughout the day. Depending on the course, there will be theory and/or practical tests that you need to pass to gain your certification. Taking notes will help you pass these elements. They will also act as a useful reference guide after the course should you wish to revisit any points.
Make the most of our trainers
All our trainers are fully qualified, extremely knowledgeable and there to help and support you should you need them. Make the most of their expertise while you can. They are very friendly!
We run IPAF and PASMA training courses in Huntingdon and Newcastle. For a full list of courses, dates or to book see our upcoming courses page.