Five reasons to get your training accredited by an ABA member
The Accrediting Bodies Association for Workplace Transport (ABA) held its Annual Summit on Wednesday 20th October 2021. This year’s Summit saw the ABA welcoming its newly appointed chairperson, reviewing industry objectives, introducing its newest member, launching a new and improved website, releasing new testing standards, and proposing equipment category changes.
The Accrediting Bodies Association for Workplace Transport (ABA) has announced Jason Dickson as its new chairperson, effective of 7th September 2021.
Details of banned and suspended training providers will be shared between members of the Accrediting Bodies Association for Workplace Transport (ABA) in a bid to maintain testing standards.
Industry Recognised Accreditation
Grow your business with recognised accreditation your customers look for and trust.
Accreditation shows you meet certain standards and are qualified to train professionally.
Cut your administration costs. Log your trainees on a recognised register and simplify the process of issuing certificates.
Simplify Trainees Certification
Get the support and materials you need to deliver Materials Handling Equipment (MHE) operator training.
Comply with National Standards
Stay compliant with absolute clarity for testing requirements. Get standardised criteria for the delivery of Basic operator training, in line with all relevant and current legislation and approved Codes of Practice.
External Verification of Training
Independent assessment of your performance helps keep you on track to make sure you continue to deliver quality training.