Approved PASMA Training Course Centers
There are many PASMA training centers across the globe to cater to the growing demand of telecommunication services which require mobile access towers. However, these training centers must be approved and appointed by PASMA to conduct their courses.
PASMA courses are very popular as many individuals see the good job opportunities which such qualifications bring on. However, PASMA courses should only be taken through approved training centers for PASMA. These official training centers would offer the latest and most relevant information and skills on mobile access towers.
There are various types of PASMA training courses which one can choose from. There are low level or basic courses on mobile towers; standard and advanced courses which can follow through from the basic PASMA course.
These courses would update delegates on legislation changes and unveil the latest assembly methods with various tower identifications used in the practical sessions.
Various PASMA courses are offered to suit the needs of the candidates employed in the telecommunication industry. These include Towers for managers, Cantilever access towers, towers on stairs, linked towers and bridging units programs.
Every candidate who successfully completes any PASMA course would be awarded with a PASMA certificate and identification which are valid for 5 years. Hence, qualified PASMA graduates can apply to their favorite telecommunication company for better job opportunities.
Besides the certification and PASMA identity card, the qualified candidates would also receive a PASMA course content booklet for future reference. A PASMA code of practice is also awarded to stay alert to the applied codes in the industry.
Variety of courses
Normally, approved training centers for PASMA courses would offer the full range of PASMA training courses. The PASMA low level training course is a basic or entry level course with the introduction of ladders and steps with safe usage in mobile access tower jobs.
There is a specific Ladder Association Certificate which offers candidates a deeper understanding of ladders and their usage at the workplace with the right law regulations that impact work at height. This is a simple one day course which proves to be useful for any consumer who may need to use a ladder even at home.
The PASMA standard course on inspecting mobile access tower is also only one day long; it takes candidates through the setting up, usage and dismantling of mobile access towers. Aluminum and fiberglass tower units would be used in the practice sessions.
PASMA Advanced modules cover chimney scaffolds, Cantilever access towers, linked towers, lightweight staging and inspection of towers.
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