New Lithium Battery Course in Central London
Posted by Holly Waterhouse, February 24, 2023
To serve the growing number of technology companies transporting lithium batteries around the world, we are launching brand new central London dates for Carriage of Lithium Batteries by Air, Road & Sea training courses.
Held in the heart of tech City in central London, the course venue is within easy reach of all the major London mainline stations, and a short walk from Old Street, Moorgate, Shoreditch High Street and Liverpool Street stations.
Delegates will learn how to pack and ship lithium batteries and gain a detailed understanding of the IATA, ADR & IMDG Dangerous Goods Regulations.
Next available dates are 13 - 14 March 2023. Book now to avoid dissapointment.
DGSA TRAINING NOW IN MANCHESTER
Posted by Holly Waterhouse, November 29, 2022
New Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor requirements have resulted in unprecedented demand for our DGSA training courses.
All of our DGSA courses at Heathrow in 2022 have been fully subcribed and as a result, for February 2023 we are adding a new DGSA course in Manchester. We are already have limited spaces left so recommend you book as soon as possible!
For further information and to book a space using a booking form visit here.
DGSA Legislation Change – Extra Course Begins 30th August!
Posted by Holly Waterhouse, July 12, 2022
Changes to the Dangerous Goods Safety Adviser legislation from 1st January 2023 have led to a high demand for our DGSA course, so we have added an extra course beginning at the end of August.
The training will be delivered as a blended learning course, combining the best of our classroom and online training. The course will start with four days in the classroom at an easily accessible training location close to Heathrow airport from Tuesday 30th August to Friday 2nd September. At the end of the four day course, delegates will leave the course with plenty of revision exercises and case studies, and then re-group for an interactive session online on Monday 12th September, only three days prior to the exam. We limit our class size to a maximum of 12 delegates.
The course is delivered by one of our expert training instructors who will go through an in-depth study of the ADR regulations, and provide several mock exams and case studies that mimic the exam day so delegates are well prepared to sit the exam.
Do You Ship Infectious Substances by Air?
Posted by Holly Waterhouse, June 27, 2022
With the Covid-19 pandemic and the recent Monkeypox outbreak, there has been ever increasing demand for infectious substances training to allow companies and researchers to transport specimens worldwide.
We deliver an instructor-led course that is tutored online so our customers have the flexibility to participate in the course from their workplace or from the comfort of their home. Additionally, we often run sessions in the morning and afternoon so the training can be balanced around demanding work schedules.
Our next live online course is taking place on the 18th – 19th July 2022. To book please use our online booking form or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
New DGSA Dates for September
Posted by Holly Waterhouse, June 22, 2022
As there has been high demand for our Dangerous Goods Safety Adviser training course this September, we have decided to add some further course dates. We will be holding the additional course on the 30th August – 2nd September at Heathrow with an additional live online session on the 12th September (the week of the exam).
If you would like to book onto this DGSA course please use our online booking form or email email@example.com.
Peter East Associates Trainer Gathering
Posted by Holly Waterhouse, June 14, 2022
Here at Peter East Associates we are always looking for ways to discuss and enhance our training. We recently had our post covid trainer gathering – it was a great change from our online meetings to see everyone face to face.
We had a lovely evening meal which was followed the next day with discussions among our team of trainers about updates to the regulations and our courses, and next year’s training programme!
Lithium Batteries: Changes to the Regulations
Posted by Holly Waterhouse, March 29, 2022
Once again, shippers of lithium batteries by air must prepare for changes to the regulations that become effective from 1 April.
This time, the changes are buried in the multi-page packing instructions 965 and 968 of the 63rd edition of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations. Neither lithium ion nor lithium metal batteries can be sent under the Section II provisions.
The effect of this is that all lithium batteries sent on their own require the completion of a shipper’s declaration for dangerous goods, additional marking and labelling and also full dangerous goods by air training.
Make sure you are up-to-date with the changes to the regulations. We run lihitum battery by air, road & sea courses every week.
Launch of our Training Schedule for 2022
Posted by Holly Waterhouse, January 11, 2022
We have released a brand new training schedule with details for all of our courses, dates and venues until December 2022.
We are running our classroom training at various locations across the UK alongside our tutored live-online training, which has proved to be a practical and popular solution for many of our customers.
To book, place an order for books or for any further information please call us on 0208 953 6721, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us via LiveChat on our website.
Book your January Training Now
Posted by Holly Waterhouse, December 20, 2021
Just a reminder that we have six live instructor-led online training courses running in January 2022. They include dangerous goods by air, road and sea, excepted and limited quantities as well as our specialised lithium battery course. There are also open courses running at Heathrow and East Midlands.