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29th Jun 2016

Do you want to be an IPAF Instructor?

Kentec Training are currently looking for more IPAF instructors. Do you have what it takes? Find out what you need to have in order to qualify as an IPAF Instructor in the UK.
11th Jun 2016

New PASMA Advanced Course - Towers with Cantilevers

Kentec Training now offer this new advanced PASMA Tower with Cantilevers Course, for those who have already attained the Tower for Users qualification and are looking to be able to assemble advanced tower builds. For more course information, click here.
19th Apr 2016

PASMA Training breaks new Records

PASMA have released their statistics for 2015 and there has been an 5.5% increase in the number of delegates trained to safely use mobile access towers. This demonstrates the commitment made by employers to ensure their staff are safe when working at height using towers and here at Kentec, we feel this is something to be celebrated!
1st Mar 2016

PASMA Training now available at our Essex Training Centre

Kentec have partnered with another training center to be able to provide PASMA Courses for our customers in Essex, after we had a high demand for courses in that area. We now run all the PASMA courses at this venue and are excited to be able to deliver on our customers requirements in this area.
27th Jan 2016

BAF Instructor Accreditation

We are very pleased to confirm that three of our Abrasive Wheel instructors, Chris Crabtree, Robin King and Steve Booker, have again successfully completed their BAF Instructor Accreditation review and can continue to offer BAF (British Abrasive Federation) accredited Abrasive Wheel Training.
20th Jan 2016

Changes Coming to the Construction Related Occupation Card

The CRO Card is changing and will soon no longer be available after the introduction of the new green labourers CSCS card has resulted in applications rising from 3,000 to 12,000 a month. They will be replaced with qualification based cards which better indicate why people are on a construction site.