PASMA Training FAQS
PASMA training courses are for anyone who works at height on mobile scaffold access towers.
Founded in 1974, the Prefabricated Access Suppliers’ and Manufacturers’ Association (PASMA), is the recognised focus and authority for mobile access towers. PASMA advances safety, standards and best practice across a wide range of sectors and represents the interests of its members in the UK, South Africa, South East Asia and the Middle East.
Whatever the need, the association has tower information, facts and expertise to impart at a level to suit everyone – from first time users to major contractors. Independent and self-financing, PASMA shapes and supports the future of the industry through the knowledgeable and enthusiastic involvement of its members. suppliers, specifiers and users.
If you are attending an IPAF course at one of our accredited training centres at Newcastle or Huntingdon. Please ensure that you bring along the following;
Steel toe caps/Safety boots (mandatory)
Hi-vis Jacket or Vest
PASMA courses can differ in the length of time it takes to complete.
The PASMA Low-Level access and WAH Essentials courses for instance are only a half day course.
Whereas the PASMA Towers for Users, Towers for Managers and Combined Towers & Low-Level courses are a full days course. Typically theory in the morning and the practical session in the afternoon.
Unfortunately, PASMA does not have an online training module that can be completed at home yet. All training must be completed in person at your own site or at one of our training centres in Newcastle or Huntingdon.