WATA has introduced new courses for 2015 to help
shape your business, your career & your development
Contact WATA on 01480 435544 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for bookings, advice or information on funding eligiblity.
Health & Safety
This course provides an introduction to environmental issues within the workplace and is ideal for those who need a basic understanding of those issues, as well as staff looking to introduce an environmental management system.
A one-day course designed to cover the main points arising from the proposed April 2015 Construction (Design & Management) Regulations and to provide a forum for discussion.
CDM Principal Designer – Coming soon
The CDM regulations are undergoing a significant change that will come into force on 6 April 2015 The new appointment of Principal Designer will mean the role of CDM co-ordinator will no longer exist. New courses to reflect the changes will be coming soon to WATA. Secure your place now, call 01480 435544 or email email@example.com
Management & Personal Development
This two-day course is for those moving into strategic roles within an organisation. Topics covered are Planning Strategically, Setting strategic goals and Implementing and Evaluating Strategies
This course explores three of the most important skills needed by today’s managers. Topics covered are Leadership and Management, Effective Communication and Motivation
This lively and comprehensive course covers three essential modules for managing people. Topics covered are Managing Performance, Build an Effective Team and Managing Change
This 2-day programme extends the range of skills required to develop yourself and others. Practical and informative, it covers 3 vital leadership modules - Negotiate and Influence, Coach and Mentor Your Staff and Present Confidently
This two-day course is suitable for Supervisors and Managers or anyone moving into a role in HR. It will build your knowledge of good practice in relation to recruitment, performance management, appraisals and employee engagement.
This one-day course provides an overview of the key areas of employment law. It will enable those supervisors and managers with responsibility for people to manage workplace issues confidently and in accordance with the law.
The course aim is to demonstrate the safe erection and alteration of various types of scaffolding structures. Trainees will learn how to erect, alter and dismantle structures safely in a specified sequence with other members of a team. Candidates must have completed a minimum 6 months on site experience after passing the Scaffolding Part 1 course.
Engineering / Technical Skills
The Third Amendment to BS7671:2008 was issued on the 1st January 2015 and will come into effect on the 1st July 2015. Any installation designed and periodically inspected after 1st July 2015 must comply with BS7671:2008 incorporating Amendment No.3.
Delegates will be eligible to sit the City & Guilds examination 2382‐15, which will offer a nationally recognised qualification.
This course is theory based and is intended for electrical contractors who are responsible for the quality of the design, specification, installation, inspection and testing processes. It covers the implications of the wiring regulations for electrical installations.
This course is an introduction to basic welding techniques including MIG and TIG Welding. The course is highly practical and would suit beginners or anyone who wishes to improve their welding techniques.