- 21st January 2021
- Posted by: Miranda Pont
- Category: News
We are pleased to announce that we have been appointed as sole supplier to the Environment Agency for the training and accreditation of Asset Inspectors for Visual Condition Assessment of flood and coastal risk management assets.
Our success in being appointed means that we will be providing the Environment Agency’s visual asset inspector accreditation course for a period of four years. The aim of the training and accreditation is to ensure that Asset Inspectors working for, or on behalf of the Environment Agency (EA) or their supply chain, can competently, consistently and safely undertake visual inspections of EA assets.
What does the training involve?
The training consists of various stages candidates must pass to become accredited Asset Inspectors. Accreditation can be achieved either as a new accreditation, which every candidate must achieve for their first accreditation, or a reaccreditation, which is required for every subsequent accreditation within five years of their last accreditation.
The courses will be delivered through a combination of e-learning, e-assessment, workshop-led activities and field-based learning and assessment. This training will be available to Environment Agency staff and/or their supply chain across the whole of England.
We’re excited to be delivering this course on behalf of the Environment Agency, drawing on many years of experience in this field through our well-established on-site asset inspection services. Our experienced trainers are qualified Asset Inspectors and specialists in Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management asset inspection.
Want to know more?
Email Gary Deakin, for more information about for the training and accreditation of Asset Inspectors for Visual Condition Assessment of flood and coastal risk management assets
You can also find details of our bespoke Asset Inspection training courses on our webpage: