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Continuing Competence Refresher Course
This one-day refresher course is designed to provide candidates with updated understanding of the legislation relating to the Waste industry. The course design has been based on the Generic Syllabus and Learning Guides provided by WAMITAB.
The Course has been designed by experienced assessors who have experience completing and coaching candidates to successfully complete their WAMITAB Continuing Competence test.
Provide knowledge & understanding which will be required to complete WAMITAB Continuing Competence test. Course will cover the following objectives:
- Details of the main elements of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 and how it is implemented
- Understand the practical aspects of:
– The Definition of Waste
– The Duty of Care
– Registration of Carriers
– Special Waste Regulations
– Transport of Wastes (Including Dangerous Goods)
- Provide a basic understanding of the relevant parts of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
Who Should Attend?
- Anyone who needs to sit their WAMITAB Continuing Competence
- Candidates undergoing WAMITAB COTC Qualifications
- Newcomers to the Waste Industry
- Incident & Emergency
- Preparing for Spills
- Response Basics
- Steps for Incident Spill Response
- Correct Use of Spill Kits
- Personal Hygiene & Safety
Participative with a mix of lecturing, case studies and exercises.
Course Materials include:
- Course Notes
- Mock Test papers
Confirmation of Learning
Confirmation of learning is achieved by completion of Mock Test.
Candidates who successfully complete course should have sufficient knowledge to successfully complete their WAMITAB Continuing Competence test.
Official test can be booked at https://home.pearsonvue.com/wamitab
For further information on the Continuing Competence Refresher Course, contact the Albion office on 01292 610428 or email email@example.com
Continuing Competence Mock Test Details
The test will comprise of 20 questions for the generic part (covering legislation, health & safety and environment protection) and a further 6 questions for the activity specific elements/options, depending on how many are chosen. The ‘test time’ allowed will be 30 minutes for the generic section and 10 minutes for each option.
How will I know if I have been successful?
Candidates will need to correctly answer a minimum of 50% of the questions in the generic section and 50% of the questions in each option(s) chosen, and achieve an overall pass mark of 65%
You will receive online notification of –
- The time taken to complete test
- The questions you got wrong
- Whether you passed or failed the test.
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