Wamitab

Wamitab is the leading specialist awarding organisation that develop qualifications for Waste and Resource Management, Cleaning and Suport Services, Facilities Services and Parking; leading the sector in the development of qualifications, skills, competency and assessment. They work with industry leaders to deliver employer-led qualifications that provide individuals with fit-for-pupose skills.

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Specialisms

Wamitab delivers a variety of services. These include:

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Accreditation

Provides independent professional confimation that a company's training programme meets their quality standards.

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Dash

Supports a healthy and safe woring environment for waste management activities covering manual handling, lifting and moving of loads.

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Validate

An innovative modular assessment programme for operatives in the waste management industry with a focus on health and safety compliance.

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Revision Guides

Excellent aid to support Technically Competent Managers to prepare for their Continuing Competence test.

Latest News & Publications

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a collab group position paper on the further education white paper

Find out more about the Collab Group position paper on the anticpated White Paper for further education colleges.

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Further Education in 2020 a Prospectus for change

Collab Group has produced a series of policy recommendations that we think should inform the direction of future government spending within the further education sector.

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Collab Group and the Skills Network are delighted to announce the two winners of the Peter Roberts Bursary Award 2020

The winners of the 2020 Peter Roberts Bursary have been announced.

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Minimising disruption to on-campus and online teaching and learning

As campuses re-open, this UNIT-e blog explores how technology can be used to improve operational efficiencies

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Further Education in 2020: An Agenda for Change

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Adult Education Budget and Devolution in England

Check out our latest paper on Adult Education Budget and Devolution in England