Ladder Association Training Courses

Courses on the use of ladders


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The Ladder Association is a not-for-profit industry body who promote the safe use of portable ladders to prevent accidents and injuries.

Ladder Association training courses are recognised by The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) as the leading safety training when working with Ladders.

On-site training is available upon request.

Ladder Association training courses are available at any of EAP Training's purpose-built training centres. Click here to find your local training centre.

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 Construction workers safely using a ladder

Ladder Association - Ladder User  

£XXX  per candidate

This course enables the user to understand their responsibilities when using this type of access equipment, allowing them to create safe systems of work. This includes ladders and stepladders

No qualifications or experience is required for this course.

The course content is as follows:

  • Ladders and component parts
  • Overview of legislation and regulations
  • Work at height regulations

  • Standards and classifications
  • Planning, organising, selecting and using the correct work equipment
  • Assessing risks

  • Inspection and records
  • Static tower independent tied scaffold
  • Storage, handling and maintenance


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 Construction supervisor marking a ladder as unsafe

Ladder Association – Ladder & Step Ladder Inspection 

£XXX per candidate

This course provides candidates with an understanding of current relevant legislation in order to be bale to thoroughly inspect ladders and stepladders, identify safety-critical faults and record equipment details and inspections.

The course content is as follows:

  • Aims and objectives
  • Information

  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Inspection of ladders and stepladders

  • Hazards
  • Assessment


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