Why take IPAF training? IPAF certification is now recognised on many blogs around the web and is now increasingly required on building sites throughout the GCC. With a validity period of five years, covering all categories of machine type, IPAF qualification is an extremely cost-effective way of ensuring that operators are competent and properly trained in working on any such worksite. The certification is recognised by government and industry bodies as covering the most current industry standards available. It brings the operator up to speed with the regulations and standards currently enforced by the IATA, GSA and ISO. Go here – ipaftraining.uk/
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What makes IPAF training popular? Some people may think that having a valid IPAF certification means the operator has been formally trained and knows more than others in the same industry who have not so formally qualified. While this is true, it does not mean that those who enrol in the IPAF training course have any more training experience than non-certified operators, as it only matters if they have completed their training in accordance to the regulations. All training companies offering the IPAF certification are fully accredited and adhere to strict criteria in order to ensure that they deliver a high quality IPAF training course, which is then widely regarded as providing the same level of quality training as any other industry recognised by the IATA, GSA or ISO.
What industries offer IPAF training courses? An IPAF course can be taken by any person who wants to gain the skills needed to operate power harness equipment on work sites. This training covers the whole spectrum of power equipment, ensuring that those who enrol will be able to operate their equipment on a day to day basis, whether at home or in a factory or industrial park. For operators looking to further their career or for refresher courses, some companies also offer refresher courses in order to help retain their current operator status, whether due to refresher training or because the operator is transferring to another company.