What is PASMA & IPAF?
PASMA stands for Prefabricated Access Suppliers’ and Manufacturers’ Association which is a widely recognised certification for Mobile Access Tower training.
IPAF is the International Powered Access Federation and is the worldwide accrediting body for Mobile Elevating Work Platforms which is also recognised nationally and internationally.
What does the training cover?
The content of your training course will massively depend on which two courses you decide to complete, both, however, will give you all the skills and knowledge that you need to safely and efficiently operate a MEWP and a Mobile Access Tower.
Having both of these qualifications will show to employers that you are fully training and compliant with any rules and regulations surrounding working at heights on the specific courses that you opt to complete.
Where can I complete my training?
This course is available to complete at both our Southampton and Worthing depots which gives us good coverage of the Hampshire and West Sussex regions.
Both centres have top-quality training facilities which are dedicated to giving industry-leading training.
How long will my course be?
All of our combined IPAF and PASMA training courses will take 2 days to complete, with one day for each of the different platforms you will be operating.
For example, if you chose to complete our IPAF 3a and PASMA Low-Level Access courses, you will spend 1 day being taught on a Scissor Lift and one day learning on a Low-Level Access Platforms.