Navigating stairways with towers is a unique challenge that requires specialised training. Our PASMA Towers on Stairs course is meticulously designed to equip you with the necessary skills and knowledge to safely and efficiently work with towers on stairs.
Programme designers created this specifically for those who regularly use access towers on staircases. Whether you’re in the building trade, a maintenance expert, or just someone keen to broaden their capabilities, this programme is just the ticket for you.
Our curriculum is comprehensive, covering:
The course spans a full day, ensuring you get in-depth training. It’s competitively priced, offering great value for money. Upon successful completion, you’ll receive a recognised PASMA certification, a testament to your expertise.
Don’t let this chance slip by to bolster your abilities and guarantee safety in your work environment. Our “Towers on Stairs” course is not just a training programme; it’s an investment in your future. Sign up now and advance further in your career path.
The PASMA stair tower course aims to provide participants with the knowledge to safely assemble, dismantle, and relocate scaffold stair access towers, scaffold staircase, stair scaffold, stair scaffold tower, and stairway access towers without risking personal injury to themselves or others.
Attendees must hold a valid PASMA 'Towers for Users' Photocard and demonstrate a strong comprehension of working at elevated levels.
This training course is eligible for a Tier 2 CITB Short Course Duration Grant, worth £70.
For additional information, please visit the Grants and Funding tab.
Designers created this course for individuals who need to assemble, dismantle, and relocate stair scaffolds, stair towers, and stairway access towers safely.
Before enrolling in the Towers on Stairs course, attendees must complete the PASMA - Mobile Access for Tower Use course. For more information, please click here.
Upon successful completion of the PASMA Stair Tower Course, participants will receive a PASMA Certificate, which remains valid for 5 years.