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Tool hire product training for generators and lighting towers

This training standard includes the standards for the 'Tool hire product training advanced' and 'Tool hire product training basic' standards. The standard is in development and will be published shortly.

Tool hire product training for hammers, breakers, drills

This training standard includes the standards for the 'Tool hire product training advanced' and 'Tool hire product training basic' standards. The standard is in development and will be published shortly.

Tools and equipment used with single ply roofing

The purpose of this standard is to provide the candidate with the knowledge of how to set up, use, check, maintain and store, hand & power tools and equipment including personal protective equipment (PPE), for installation and maintenance of single ply roofing.

Tower crane theory test

Full details of this standard will be published shortly

Tower crane: luffing jib, cab controlled practical test

Full details of this standard will be published shortly.

Tower crane: trolley jib remote practical test

Full details of this standard will be published shortly.

Tower crane: trolley jib, cab controlled practical test

Full details of this standard will be published shortly.

Tower crane: trolley jib, remote training

Full details of this standard will be published shortly

Towers for instructors

This standard ensures that operatives are trained in how to safely assemble, dismantle and relocate access towers without risk of personal injury to the self or others.

Towers for managers

This standard ensures that managers who responsible for overseeing the work of operatives on site. It is designed to ensure that when working at height using mobile access towers work is properly planned and organised and that those involved on site are competent and properly trained.