The end result is the same - a WAMITAB award but by doing the VRQ you will have confidence, know the laws and regulatory powers, be able to make important site decisions based on actual knowledge. You will leave the course enlightened, knowledgeable and above all confident to run a permitted waste site.
The course material is delivered via power point presentation; however, this will not be death by power point, this will be an interactive fun learning process, with various exercises, question and answer sessions and much more!
The course covers the 5 mandatory units of the award, covering all aspects of health & safety, legalisation and sustainable waste management. The learner will then select at least one optional mandatory unit which will be there specialist subject and is relevant to the permitted waste site they will operate.
Once you have completed the award, your qualification will allow you to act as the technically competent person for a medium risk permitted waste site.
Our 5-day intensive course will not only provide you the knowledge and understanding to complete the written projects required but will set you up in a career in waste management.
This course is open to anyone, from those who are new or preparing to work in the industry, supervisors or even experienced managers who want to gain an additional competency for a new waste site!
Begins: 11th February 2019
Ends: 15th February 2019
Duration: 5 Days
Times: 08:45 - 17:00
Availability: 6 / 12 Places
Location: Birmingham (B35 7AF)
Course: 5 Day course, with hot and cold beverages, food and course materials.
Registration: Included within the price is registration for the 5 mandatory units and 1 optional unit which is relevant to the permitted facility you are looking to operate.
Waste Bible: We provide all Delegates with a ‘’Waste bible’’ which contains a wealth of Health & Safety and Environmental Guidance which will not only act as a research and learning tool while your completing the course, it will be the ideal point of reference while carrying out your daily duties in the working environment.
Submissions: Each delegate is entitled to four submissions of their question papers. After the third submissions we organise a free phone call with the presenter of the course to discuss and clarify any issues your are having.
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