Using a combination of classroom-based learning and hands-on practical sessions, this one-day PASMA Combined Tower & Low Level Access training course will give you the knowledge to safely construct, alter, move, inspect or dismantle mobile access towers, folding low level scaffolds and work platforms.
Limited to just eight delegates, this Combined Tower & Low Level Access Course covers platforms manufactured in aluminium alloy or fibreglass, approved to BS EN 1004: 2004, and low level access units to PAS250, carrying a British Standard or equivalent mark of approval.
By the end of this comprehensive 7-hour PASMA training course, you’ll have a thorough understanding of:
This PASMA training course covers the following subject areas:
On completion of the theory training, you’ll take a multiple-choice theory test with a pass mark of 80%. If successful, you’ll move on to the practical assessment, which involves building a mobile access tower using both the 3T method (through the trap) and the advanced guardrail (AGR) method.
Students who successfull pass both theory and practical assessments will receive the relevant PASMA Certificate and Photocard, which is valid for five years.
If your job involves the use of mobile access towers, low level access units or podiums, this PASMA course will teach you how to build, adjust, move, inspect and dismantle equipment safely and effectively.
Whether you work on a construction site, in a school, office or factory, the key principles of working with access towers and low level access units apply – inside and outside.
You must be comfortable to work at height, as part of your assessment will be to carry out a practical demonstration of building a mobile access tower.
A good understanding of the English language is also a must, as you will need to read safety notices and be able to explain parts of the manufacturer’s instruction manual.
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All of the PASMA courses involve an element of practical work, which means assembling, dismantling, moving and climbing towers. This can be physically demanding, so you will be required to have a reasonable level of fitness. If you have any doubts about your fitness to use towers, share your concerns with your employer in the first instance and speak to our bookings team for advice.
If your PASMA card is due to expire, you can extend it by taking the same training course again. The course will most likely have been updated since you last took it, to keep up with changing standards, regulations and good practice.
Yes, PASMA courses are formally assessed and all courses include both a written and practical assessment. If you fail either assessment, you will fail the course. Your instructor will do everything they can to prepare you for your assessments.
PASMA I.D Cards will be sent in the post approximately 2-4 weeks after training is completed. The PASMA paper certificates are no longer produced but can be obtained if required by following the below steps:
This will open a PDF version of your certificate which can then be downloaded and saved. You can access your certificate as many times as you like.