Level 2 WAMITAB Sustainable Recycling Activities Training Course
About this qualification
This qualification is ideal for new entrants to the industry or experienced workers that want recognition that they possess the competence required to work at an operative level within the waste and resource management industry. This certificate is also suitable for apprentices as it forms part of the Sustainable Resource Management Apprenticeship.
Who is it for?
- New entrants to the industry
- Long-term unemployed who wish to retrain
- Experienced workers that want evidence of their skills
What does this qualification cover?
To achieve this qualification, learners must complete 10 units in total to achieve a minimum of 33 credits. Learners must complete all mandatory units designed to improve team working skills, develop knowledge of health, safety and emergency procedures, and develop the skills to work productively. Learners must also choose one unit from Group B to tailor the qualification to activities they undertake within their current or prospective job role, such as: team leadership, weighbridge operation, processing waste, collecting waste or transporting waste. Learners can then choose any three units from the remaining Groups ensuring that at least one of the Units is at Level 2. These optional units ensure that learners have the knowledge and skills to accept, validate, handle and load different types of waste, while maintaining equipment and delivering services to a high standard. Learners who choose to take units from groups C, D and/or E must ensure that they choose a maximum of one unit from each of these groups.
What are the entry requirements
This qualification is open entry. This means that learners interested in undertaking the WAMITAB Level 2 Certificate for Sustainable Waste Management Operatives do not require any other qualifications or levels of attainment. However, learners will need to be employed in a suitable position, or have access to the working environment, as the qualification is assessed ‘on the job’.
More about the training
- Beginner Level: 3-5 days
- Intermediate: 2-3 days
- Refresher/conversion: 1 day
- 75% of the course is practical training
- The use of our purpose-built training area, where we simulate real-life workplace situations for a fuller learning experience
- The option to set aside an area of your own premises for practical training, provided they meet HSE criteria
- All machinery and equipment is provided for classes taken at our facilities
With over 40 years’ experience in the recycling and waste management sector, Recycling Lives’ Training and Development services will meet all your Health and Safety training needs.