PASMA offers free tower training for the unemployed

PASMA offers free training
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PASMA is helping people get back to work with a new free training initiative called ‘Handup’.

PASMA, the leading organisation for the mobile access tower industry is set to help upskill job seekers and improve their chances of finding employment during the current Covid crisis, which has seen thousands lose their jobs up and down the country.

The Handup Initiative offers free PASMA training to any unemployed person who believes a PASMA card would improve their chances of finding further employment.

If an unemployed person is claiming Universal Credit or Job Seekers’ Allowance they can apply for a free place on a number of selected training courses at participating UK centres.

Courses are running from 22 September 2020 until 31 December 2020.

Training centres offering free places: , Ridgeway Online, Skyward Training, Davis Access Ltd, One Call Training Ltd, Harris Safety Training Services Ltd, Anglesey Safety Training and

PASMA said on it’s Linkedin page: “It’s a tough time for so many people and our fantastic members were keen to help. We all hope this opportunity to upskill makes the job search a little easier.”

For more information on the HandUp Initiative click here