Telecoms Climber Passport
MATS Approved Training Provider (quality assured by EUSR)
PLEASE NOTE: As from 1st January 2020 MATS stipulate that all technicians must be registered on the new Energy & Utility Skills Registry System - Quartzweb – to gain access to and work on Arqiva sites. Course costs include EUS registration fee and EUS ID Card.
The Telecoms Climber Passport course combines the content of MATS/Arqiva approved courses into 5 continuous days. Please click on links below for more information on content.
The programme covers:
Courses are held at our dedicated centre in Daventry, Northants.
Delegates must be aged over 18, be able to certify that they are physically fit and have no medical conditions that might prevent them working at height, & fluent in English.
Completion of this course will be accepted on the Arqiva Gateway (Site Access) under the MATS accreditation scheme
|Course Title||Price||Location||Course Date||Qty|
|Telecoms Climber Passport||£840.00||Daventry||20 - 24/07/2020|
|Telecoms Climber Passport||£840.00||Daventry||03 - 07/08/2020|
|Telecoms Climber Passport||£840.00||Daventry||17 - 21/08/2020|
|Telecoms Climber Passport||£840.00||Daventry||07 - 11/09/2020|
|Telecoms Climber Passport||£840.00||Daventry||28 - 02/10/2020|
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