Star broadens IPAF training

Star Platforms IPAF training - Luton Star Platforms’ new IPAF training centre in Luton.

Powered access rental and sales specialist Star Platforms has opened a new dedicated IPAF training centre for London and the south of England.

The facility is located just over a mile from the company’s depot in the town of Luton and is idealy postioned to serve the area. The centre provides a high quality training room and a large new slab concrete area for practical assessment and examination.

Star Platforms also delivers IPAF training at each of its six other depots. Courses provided are IPAF 1b - static boom lift, 3a - mobile vertical and IPAF 3b - mobile boom. The company also delivers the IPAF MEWPs for Managers course plus Harness Use and Inspection training.

Star Platforms IPAF training - Luton

Star Platforms managing director Richard Miller said, “The new Luton IPAF Training Centre is our first stand-alone training space. As such, we see it as a positive step forward for Star Platforms and our customers.”

“It provides an ideal facility for operatives needing to renew their IPAF licences in a purpose-built environment without the distractions of a busy operating depot.”

Star Platforms IPAF training - Luton

It also has the latest facilities for the elearning practical element of the course and delivery of instructor-led class-based courses, plus a kitchen and a relaxation area.

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