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IPAF Training Courses are designed by www.ipaf.org and they set the standard for safe and effective use of Powered Access Equipment around the world.

To become a competent powered access equipment user, IPAF operator training is essential or alternatively existing operators may be required to renew their previous IPAF training PAL cads. All delegates must successfully complete a suitable IPAF Training Course under the assessment of an approved IPAF Instructor.

On completion of your IPAF Training Course, you will be issued with a new IPAF PAL Card (Powered Access Licence) which is recognised worldwide across industries as proof of platform operator training to the highest standard.

The card is issued by the International Powered Access Federation and remains valid for five years.

If you have an IPAF training course requirement then please do not hesitate to contact our training booking team on 0845 1 900 800. Alternatively please browse our Training categories below.

Learn how to safely and competently use Powered Access Platforms by attending one of our IPAF training courses. You can choose to either attend one of our selected depots or we can arrange for an accredited IPAF instructor to attend your place of work anywhere in the UK.

This IPAF Training Course is designed for operators to learn the theory and practice of Mobile Elevated Work Platforms, either for the renewal of existing PAL cards or for new MEWP operators. IPAF training category PAV is for push around vertical platforms that have no mechanical drive. This course covers: Push Around Platform IPAF Training

This IPAF Training Course is designed for operators to learn the theory and practice of Mobile Elevated Work Platforms, either for the renewal of existing PAL cards or for new MEWP operators. IPAF training category 1a is for vertical reaching platforms that require outriggers when in use. They cannot drive once elevated. This course covers: Scissor Lift IPAF Training with Outriggers Personnel Lift IPAF Training with Outriggers

This IPAF Training Course is designed for operators to learn the theory and practice of Mobile Elevated Work Platforms, either for the renewal of existing PAL cards or for new MEWP operators. IPAF training category 1b is for boom lift platforms that require outriggers when in use. They cannot drive once elevated. This course covers: Truck Mounted Platform IPAF Training Van Mounted Platform IPAF Training Track Mounted Platform IPAF Training

This IPAF Training Course is designed for operators to learn the theory and practice of Mobile Elevated Work Platforms, either for the renewal of existing PAL cards or for new MEWP operators. IPAF training category 3a is for vertical platforms that do not require outriggers when in use. Some models will allow the operator to drive the platform whilst elevated. This course covers: Scissor Lift IPAF Training without Outriggers Personnel Lift IPAF Training without Outriggers

This IPAF Training Course is designed for operators to learn the theory and practice of Mobile Elevated Work Platforms, either for the renewal of existing PAL cards or for new MEWP operators. IPAF training category 3b is for boom type platforms that do not require outriggers when in use so can be driven whilst elevated. This course covers: Articulated Boom Lift IPAF Training Telescopic Boom Lift IPAF Training

IPAF Category H This IPAF Training Course is designed for an operator to select, inspect and use a harness and associated equipment safely when using a MEWP. IPAF Harness training is also beneficial for Manager and Supervisors. This course covers: Harness IPAF Training

IPAF Category MM - This IPAF Training Course is designed and aimed at enabling Supervisors and Managers to prepare for and safely coordinate any type of MEWP activity on site. Managers must be able to demonstrate competence to plan, supervise and manage the safe use of MEWP's on their sites. This course covers: MEWP's for Managers IPAF Training

PAL+ is an optional, additional one day of category-specific training aimed at operators working in higher risk or challenging environments.