We are resuming classroom training from the 4th July


CITB Health & Safety Awareness - 14th July
CITB SMSTS - From 6th July
CITB SSSTS - 15th and 16th July


CITB Health & Safety Awareness - 9th July
CITB SSSTS - 21st and 22nd July

UKATA Asbestos Awareness Refresher

This refresher course has been designed to complement our half day UKATA Asbestos Awareness training course. It builds upon existing knowledge and offers a comprehensive refresher which extends learning beyond the original UKATA Asbestos Awareness course content.

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 What you will learn

  • Accurately identify common asbestos products
  • Identify where asbestos may be found in buildings or in the work place
  • An understanding of the hazards, health risks and controls associated with the accidental disturbance of asbestos

Location: This course can be delivered at your premises



Asbestos Awareness training would benefit anyone who through their normal work activities could be exposed to materials containing asbestos in the workplace. Particularly those working in the refurbishment, construction and maintenance industries.

Anyone who through their normal work activities could be exposed to materials containing asbestos in the workplace and who already holds a UKATA Certificate in Asbestos Awareness and needs to refresh or re-certify their knowledge as required by the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012.

The course is designed especially for UKATA certified members and will take into account delegate experience and skills whilst building upon knowledge gained from previously attending the full training course

Duration: Extended tool-box talk (approximately 1-2 hours).

Assessment: Delegates must complete a multiple-choice test.

Certification: On successful completion of this course each delegate will receive a UKATA certificate valid for one year.

Please note that certificates are valid for one year, in line with The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012.

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