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All-Ways Training Leads the Way in Updated Water Jetting Equipment Courses
Industry regulators constantly monitor and upgrade requirements for water jetting equipment use. This corresponds with additional elements and course code changes for both accredited and non-accredited options.
Water jetting equipment should only be utilised by trained operators. Users and companies must ensure that they and/or their staff adhere to the latest regulations – something that can be confusing as updated courses change their codes, pre-requisites and add content as per industry requirements. All-Ways Training Services are renowned for providing the most up-to-date courses for all levels of water jetting use, as well as for drain cleaning and vacuum training.
Three of the latest changes are the courses 'MSMSS00017 - Use high pressure water jetting equipment' that supersedes MSMSS00003, 'MSMSS00018 - Operate a high pressure water jetting system' that supersedes MSMSS00004 and 'MSMSS00019 – Operate a drain cleaning system' that superseded MSMSS00005 with additional and updated content.
Intimate equipment knowledge, safe handling and effective operation are at the core of all such courses. The only means of doing this is through face-to-face training, something that All-Ways Training provides either at their custom-built training facilities in WA and NSW or suitable business locations.
Depending on the level of the course, these are delivered over single or multiple days, with each delegate receiving a detailed educational workbook appropriate for the training delivered. Both theoretical and practical elements are covered, with the training being provided by experienced staff with hands-on industry experience. The first cohorts on these upgraded training levels have already expressed many positive opinions regarding the quality of the education provided.
Examples of testimonials include:
"Good training, it helped me remember a lot of things that I have forgotten over the last couple of years. Great refresher course – I was a bit rusty, but Howard Beck was a great course instructor. Good planning from AWTS admin." Operator Refresher.
"I came into this course having very minimal on-site experience and now, at the end of the course, I feel I can fully and competently assist a HPWJ team out in the field. The course was great – I learned a lot of new things and in-depth about everything to do with HPWJ. The assessor was very thorough with his training and made sure we had a clear understanding by the end of the course". Assistant Skillset.
All-Ways Training Services have courses running in the upcoming weeks and months or can provide bespoke training on request.
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