If you are looking for mobile access tower training you have come to the right place.
We are an accredited PASMA (Pre-fabricated Access Suppliers and Manufacturers Association) training centre offering all standard PASMA courses at User & Manager level.
PASMA is the recognised training body for the use of Mobile Aluminium Scaffold Towers and PASMA Tower Equipment. Successful Candidates receive a PASMA Card and PASMA Certificate as proof of training for the course completed.
For more information about PASMA please visit the PASMA Website.
Rapid Platforms is an accredited training centre for the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) which is a non-profit organisation who promote the safe and effective use of powered access worldwide.
We offer a variety of working at height training courses for every type of Mobile Elevating Work Platform (MEWP); Operator, Demonstrator and Instructor level IPAF courses on every IPAF category.
On successful completion of your selected course you will receive your Powered Access Licence (PAL) Card and Log Book, which is valid for 5 years and shows the type of equipment you are trained to operate. For more information on PAL cards visit the IPAF PAL Card Webpage
Browse the IPAF Categories in this catagory and get a PAL Card to operate the access equipment you require.
New Roads & Street Works (NRSWA) training we offer is in line with The New Roads and Street Works Act 1991, which places a duty on any person or organisation undertaking work involving the installation, renewal, maintenance or inspection of underground apparatus in any street or road to ensure that work is under the control of competent persons.
Emergency First Aid At Work is designed to ensure delegates have a full understanding of the basic principles to be carried out in the event of an emergency in the workplace.
A course designed to minimise the risk of injury to individuals and others by increasing awareness of potential manual handling hazards in the workplace.
NEBOSH is a globally recognised qualification that is held by more than 100,000 people in the UK and world-wide.