1800 429 266


Participants must have access to a computer fitted with a camera, speakers and microphone or attached to a telecommunication system.

Head sets are recommended as they limit feedback and extraneous noise.

An assessment will also be supplied to determine that the participants have retained the information presented as well as what is discussed. The presenter will be available to answer any questions for clarity sake. This must be scanned to us for marking.

A Certificate of Completion will be issued per participant who attended the training sessions and have successfully completed (100%) the assessment.

HAZCON to send email invitations to participants with instruction how to access the Web Based program. The invitation will also include the training manual in pdf format for the participants to print prior to the session.

Please call our office on 1800 429 266 if you need more information.

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