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Facelift 33rd Anniversary

Working with Steps and Step Stools, Ladder Training

This new half day course ensures you are competent to use steps & steps stools in an appropriate and safe way. Comprising of both theory and practical assessments, the course is designed for those who are infrequent users of steps and step stools and is aimed at persons working in shops, offices, schools and the health sector. For more information on this and any other facelift training courses please call us on 0800 072 55 72 or click the contact button and we'll call you back.

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Training timetable

  • Course registration - 8am
  • Course introduction
  • Step and stools Safety awareness and theory talk
  • Group exercise on inspection and hazard analysis
  • Individual questionnaire on safe use of steps and stools
  • Course finish

Average course length is 4 hours, however this may vary dependant on the Trainee's experience.

Courses can be held on your own site or at any of our Training Centres, situated in Hickstead, East London, South London, Birmingham, Southampton, Newcastle and Liverpool.

£90 +VAT including Ladder Association registration

A half-day course for infrequent users of stepladders and step stools in the workplace, it covers the following areas:-

  • What candidates need to know about the law and standards relating to stepladders & step stools
  • How to properly assess and determine when it's appropriate to use stepladders & step stools
  • How to correctly locate and safely use stepladders & step stools
  • How to inspect stepladders and step stools for damage before and after use.

Delegates will be assessed with a written test at the end of the course.


  • Successful delegates will be issued with a Ladder Association Certificate and I.D. Card
  • Certification is valid for 5 years

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