All Asbestos Removal Trainings & Courses | NZ wide | Industry Training Academy NZ

Educational Pathway

Summary of which asbestos course is right for you.

In-house Training

Industry Training Academy can provide in-house asbestos training for your staff.

Available Asbestos Training Courses

Remove Non-Friable Asbestos (B-Class) - CPCCDE3014A Course

This course includes preparing, containing and removing non-friable asbestos containing materials (ACMs), as well as knowledge of decontamination and disposal requirements.

Remove Friable Asbestos (A-Class) - CPCCDE3015A Course

This course includes the outcomes required to remove friable asbestos containing material (ACM).

Supervise Asbestos Removal - CPCCBC4051A Course

This course covers the outcomes required to supervise the removal process for friable and non-friable asbestos containing material (ACM).

Conduct Asbestos Assessment Associated with Removal - CPCCBC5014A Course

Asbestos assessment and air monitoring are required during all friable (Class A) asbestos removal and for non-friable asbestos removal where a risk assessment indicates that airborne asbestos fibres may result from the removal activity.

Asbestos Assessor Course

The BOHS IP404 Air Monitoring, Clearance Inspections and Reoccupation Following the Removal of Asbestos, is the international asbestos qualification recognised by Worksafe NZ for Asbestos Assessors.

Surveying & Sampling Strategies for Asbestos in Buildings Course

The BOHS IP402 – Surveying and Sampling Strategies for Asbestos in Buildings course provides a range of theory and practical knowledge for those wishing to undertake asbestos building surveys.

Asbestos Awareness – General Course

This course is designed to provide an awareness and develop the knowledge among employees as regards to the hazards and risks posed by ACMs and overview of the NZ legislative requirements.

Asbestos Awareness – Trades Course

This course is designed to provide an awareness and develop the knowledge among employees as regards to the hazards and risks posed by ACMs and overview of the NZ legislative requirements.

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