Upcoming in 2024!

After a well-earned break, our team have returned to the office, ready for another year of training, qualifications and assessments.

Our main focus in 2024 is to continue working closely with key industry accrediting bodies as well as our customers to ensure that we maintain high quality, and up-to-date training which supports the safety and compliance of several industries.

Our team are excited for what will be taking place this year! This is what we can tell you…


We are happy to announce that we will be returning to two exhibitions this year - Hillhead and RWM.

Situated in Hillhead Quarry (Buxton), Hillhead saw a record-breaking event in 2022 which hosted over 600 exhibitors and 18,500 unique visitors. We are thrilled to be returning to the exhibition, maintaining our position in the quarrying and extractives industry as well as strengthening relationships with our customers.

We returned to RWM in 2023 after a five-year hiatus and as it was a huge success, we have decided to return again in 2024. Our team will be able to connect with many like-minded people from the waste and resource management industry as well as listen to fascinating seminars.

Course Updates

As a CIWM/WAMITAB approved provider, we offer a Continuing Competence Preparation Assessment Refresher Course for those who want to update their technical competence knowledge prior to taking their touch screen test. Later this year, we will be releasing a new e-learning course which will give learners more flexibility on when they complete the course.

The course is written around the syllabus for the Continuing Competence Test and provides updates on the generic elements, Legislation, Healthy & Safety and Environmental Protection, and also on your specific activity. It will also include sample questions which gives you insight to what your test will be like on the day.

We can’t reveal anything else right now, but keep your eyes peeled for further announcements during 2024!

Contact our team today to discuss your 2024 training needs.

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