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Manufacturing student working his a hazmat suite

A summary


To ensure young engineers have the skills to protect themselves and others.
To provide asbestos awareness for the many different sectors and trades where there is a safety risk.
To develop a qualification that would attract and carry weight with a wide variety of relevant employers.

Our solution

We visited AEC’s Hazard House, a purpose-built asbestos training facility, to fully understand the safety requirements.
A dedicated account manager and a team of specialist technical consultants helped AEC develop a course structure and approach to assessment that would work for young apprentices.
We provided quality assured end-point assessment to make sure participants have the skills to keep themselves and others safe.
With support from our specialist technical consultants AEC was able to create a half-day course that can cover a variety of sector and trade specific pathways and environments that apprentices, T Level students, and existing engineers might encounter.
The final qualification was jointly awarded by both organisations, giving AEC’s course the endorsement of an awarding and end-point assessment organisation trusted by employers across the UK’s engineering and manufacturing sector, and related industries.

The result

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Debbie Clare, Commercial Director, AEC

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