Customer Training

Our award winning training ensures your staff are correctly trained and working safely.

Our specialist Training Division offers a comprehensive range of customer training courses, professionally delivered by qualified trainers from over 25 Training Centres of Excellence across our national network. We also provide bespoke training tailored to individual needs and, in many cases, we can deliver training at your own premises or at a site of your choice.

We are proud to be recognised as an accredited provider by a number of professional bodies including IPAF, PASMA, NPORS, CITB, City & Guilds, and St John Ambulance. Our continued investment in health and safety-related training assists organisations to have injury and incident-free sites.

The wide range of courses we offer includes:

Working at Height

  • Full range of IPAF courses
  • PASMA Certified Tower Training

Health and Safety Training

  • Breathing Apparatus
  • CITB Site Supervisor and Site Management Safety Training
  • City & Guilds Safe Entry into Confined Spaces
  • Harness and Fall Arrest
  • HSE Approved First Aid at Work
  • Lifting
  • Manual Handling

Traffic Control and Management Training

  • City & Guilds Training
  • National Highways Sector Scheme 12A/12B High Speed Traffic Management and 12D T1 to T7
  • Traffic Management (HSTM) Operative Training

Transport and Mobile Plant Training

  • Driver Load/Unload
  • Forklift Operator
  • Lorry Loader Crane
  • Vehicle Marshalling

Site Safety Training

  • Abrasive Wheels
  • Cable Avoidance
  • Site Safety Awareness

A-Plant is an accredited IPAF and PASMA training provider, so you can be sure that your staff will be trained to the highest of standards and receive internationally recognised qualifications, designed and constantly updated to meet current health and safety requirements.

To find out more, or to discuss your bespoke training needs, please contact us using the details below:

Customer Training

10 Bull Close Road

Tel: 0115 924 1349

Customer Training Brochure (PDF, 2.51 MB)