Low Level Access & Scaffold Towers

Low Level Access & Towers for Users (Combined) Course (Accredited)

Who is this course Aimed at?

The Accredited Combined Low level access course & Mobile Tower Scaffold course is ideal for operatives that use both low level access units & Scaffold Towers. This course offers convenience & flexibility of two courses in one day. If you assemble, move, dismantle, inspect, and/or use scaffold towers, then this course is for you. Rather than spending two days away from site and the added cost that this can incur, we can combine both courses into one full day’s training.


What will I gain from taking this course?

Operatives will have the knowledge of how to safely assemble, dismantle & relocate low level access & Scaffold Tower units without risk of personal injury to the delegate or others. They will also be able to safely inspect the equipment prior to use.

  • Introduction
  • Health & Safety
  • Standards affecting the manufacturer and use of Mobile Access Towers and Low Level Access
  • Guidance and Information
  • When it’s safe to use mobile access towers and low level access equipment, and when it’s not
  • Pre-Use Checks & Pre-Use Inspections
  • Low Level equipment options
  • Components
  • Assembling and dismantling mobile access towers and low level access equipment, including 3T and AGR
  • Learning good practices
  • Hazards
  • Your Responsibilities
  • Practical Demonstrations


What tests will I undertake?

This course with have both theory and practical sessions.

What will I need to bring on this course?

Protective footwear, suitable head protection, suitable clothing and gloves for the practical session.

Do I need any previous experience?

No formal qualifications or experience necessary, but it would be beneficial if delegates had a basic understanding of work at height issues. All delegates must be physically fit to carry out the practical session.

Will I receive a certificate?

A photocard will be issued to successful candidates who complete the theory and practical sessions. These are valid for 5 years. All delegates will receive course content & notes booklet and a current Code of Practice booklet will be issued to all delegates who attend the course.

(From 1st January 2022, delegates will no longer receive a printed certificate).

How long does the course last?

The Nationally Recognised Accredited Low level & Scaffold Towers Training course lasts one day (8 Hours).

How many delegates can be trained in 1 session?

Maximum of 8 delegates

Where can Browns Ladders carry out the Training?

We can provide training either at our approved training centre or at your location to suit your needs.

Our training centres location are:

  • Heywood, Lancashire
  • Brighouse, West Yorkshire
  • Blackburn
  • Bolton
  • Sheffield
  • and selected Training nationwide

We guarantee your operatives will receive the highest level of training in the use of Low Level Access & Scaffold Towers.

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