Working at Height Courses

Falls whilst working at height remain one of the UK's most common causes of injury and death in the workplace, which is why at Kentec Training we offer a large range of working at height training courses! Legislation demands that everyone working at height is deemed competent. 

Kentec Training offers a comprehensive range of work at height courses designed to exacting standards by nationally recognised awarding bodies, and are delivered by instructors who have real life experience in the given discipline.  

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The Prefabricated Access Supplier's and Manufacturers' Association (PASMA) is the recognised accrediting body and authority for mobile access towers. Kentec Training are the leading PASMA providers in the South East, offering the full portfolio of courses at all our training centres. 



The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) is the leading accrediting body and authority for mobile elevated work platforms (MEWPs). Over 100,000 people are trained each year to use MEWPs safely. There are a number of different categories available to be trained to either an operator or demonstrator level. 


Ladder Association

The Ladder Association operates an industry standard training scheme that is delivered by qualified and experienced instructors. The range of Ladder Association training courses available are a quick, simple and effective method of ensuring that those using ladders are equipped with the knowledge and skills required to be competent. 


Safety Harness

Kentec provide a range of Safety Harness courses for those who are required to work at height. The courses are a mixture of theory and practical exercises, covering issues such as rooftop awareness, formal inspections, the correct donning of a harness and hazards and risks when working at height. 



Kentec Training work in partnership with TETRA to offer a range of specialist work at height courses utilising the TETRA Safety System. The system enables ladder users to work safer and easier to maintain three points of contact while ascending and descending leaning ladders and accessing roof ladders.