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ATaC have developed a new apprenticeship scheme with Cogent Skills, the first in the asbestos consultancy industry.

The ‘Advanced Laboratory Technician Apprenticeship (Industrial-Asbestos)’ provides an apprenticeship route for the first time into the asbestos testing and inspection industry.

During the 2 year apprenticeship candidates will complete:

• Level 3 Laboratory Technician (NVQ/BTEC)

• RSPH Level 3 Certificate in Asbestos Monitoring (Air)

• RSPH Level 3 Certificate in Asbestos Surveying

• RSPH Level 3 Certificate in Asbestos Bulk Analysis

The apprenticeship is for all students with an interest in science and laboratory work, candidates must have 5 GCSEs grade A-C including English, Maths and Science.

Riverside are very happy to be seeking apprentices through this scheme and should this be of interest to you please get in touch. Click Here.

For further details see the ATaC leaflet here.

Source: ATaC

Riverside Environmental Services Ltd provide high quality exposure assessment and monitoring services nationwide.

Including; AsbestosLegionellaCOSHHAir TestingOccupational HealthNoise and Vibration.

See our full list of services for details.

For more information please contact us.
info@riverside-es.com
0870 950 0161

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