Course Title

Towers For Managers Training Course

Any person who has responsibility for overseeing the work of operatives on site ensuring that work is properly planned and organised and that those involved in carrying out the work are competent and properly trained, and that towers are correctly inspected and maintained

  • Current Legislation, Regulations and Guidance affecting work at height with mobile access towers
  • Code of Practice, reference to current instruction manuals incorporating current best practice for fall protection
  • Fault-finding exercise, group case studies, completion of Tower Inspection Records
  • Hazards affecting the use of mobile access towers
  • Risk assessment/ emergency & rescue plans and behavioural competencies


A PASMA Photocard and Certificate will be issued to successful delegates who complete the theory assessment sessions and is valid for 5 years

Face to Face Towers for Managers

* Minimum of 4 people required in order to make the course economically viable.
However, a small number of delegates can travel to a venue where another Towers For Managers course is being conducted by Albion Training Services, subject to prior arrangement.

Group discounts are available
All prices quoted are subject to VAT of 20%


  • Duration – 1 Day
  • Learning Objectives – To learn about current legislation, regulations and guidance affecting work at height using mobile access towers
  • Method – Theory session with exercises
  • Assessment – Open book course with an 80% pass mark
  • Personal Protective Equipment – None required
  • Instructor delegate ratio – Maximum of 1:12
  • Venue Requirements – A suitable classroom to accommodate 12 delegates for the theory session
  • Supporting Documents – A course content and notes booklet and a current Code of Practice booklet will be issued to all delegates who attend the course
  • Qualifications & Experience – It would be envisaged that you will have a good working knowledge of the Work at Height Regulations and Health & Safety at Work Act 1974