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Train Safe Campaign

Train Safe, Work Safe, Keep Safe

2496 Hours pledged so far this year

Train Safe, Work Safe, Keep Safe Campaign

Train Safe, Work Safe, Keep Safe Campaign has now been running since 2015 with the support of many UKATA Members past and present. The campaign has proved a huge success with in excess of 4,000 hours per annum donated by Members, free of charge, to offer Asbestos Awareness training to those who need it most.

The award winning Train Safe, Work Safe, Keep Safe Campaign was commended in 2018 at The Health & Safety Excellence Awards in recognition for the significant improvement in health and safety. UKATA Director Jacqui Royall was accompanied by Events & Marketing Officer Victoria Castelluccio to collect a certificate of excellence in recognition of the success of the campaign at a star studded event in Birmingham.


2018 Partnership with Jobcentre Plus

#BuildYourFuture

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Discussions took place in 2018 with Jobcentre Plus part of The Department for Work & Pensions, to understand how The Train Safe, Work Safe Campaign could work to support the unemployed and those actively seeking employment. UKATA, supported by Members wish to reach out to those who may not know about the risks associated with asbestos and offer support to those who require training in order to get back into work.

Free training offered by UKATA Members supports those that are unemployed, NEETS (Not in Education, Employment or Training) and career changers in their journey to securing A job, a Better job and a future Career.

This training will be at no cost to JCP or the learner.

The Campaign will run from October 2018 to March 2019.

If you are interested in learning more Speak to a work coach at your local Jobcentre.


Locations

Training is available nationwide, across all regions and available via E-Learning.

The following list will be regularly updated to show details of your nearest course, in conjunction with the Train Safe, Work Safe, Keep Safe Campaign:

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Thanks to the following members taking part in the campaign:

Scotland

  • Central Scotland
  • West of Scotland
  • North East Scotland
  • East Scotland
  • Northern Scotland

The North

  • Cheshire
  • Greater Manchester
  • Northumberland Tyne & Wear
  • Merseyside
  • Cumbria & Lancashire
  • Durham & Tees Valley
  • North East Yorkshire & Humber

Central

  • Midland Shires
  • Birmingham & Solihull
  • Black Country
  • South East Wales
  • South West Wales

The South

  • Dorset
  • Wiltshire
  • Hampshire
  • Isle of Wight
  • Bedfordshire
  • Hertfordshire
  • Essex
  • East London
  • Avon, Somerset & Gloucestershire
  • Devon & Cornwall