At ASRETEC, we recognize the importance of critical thinking and hands on experience as part of adult learning pedagogy. As such, we revolve our training philosophy around experiential learning.
Our classes are structured to include case studies, discussions and the sharing of experiences. Through these activities, we engage our students to reflect and capture their experiences and transform them into effective learning.
Our training also places a strong emphasis on practical experiences. We term them as “Real Training for the Real World”.
By engaging all sense of the human body, we provide realistic training that would prepare the learner for the work that they will perform in the days ahead.
To us, the priceless value of human life traverses across nationalities, race & region. Each worker deserves proper and adequate training that would bring them home safely each day.
The original WAH framework differentiated the training for Managers, Assessors and Supervisors. The MWAH course is a rationalized course that incorporates management, assessment and supervisory roles into one WAH Eco system.
The WAH Course for Workers is a hands-on course to train workers to understand the risks involved as well as how to protect themselves when working at height.
The WAH Course for Managers (Integrated) integrates Management and Supervisory skillsets. Managers are custodian of the policies and directly responsible for the safety outcomes of the policy and management of your workplace. This course integrates supervisory skills and management roles so that the correlation between the two can be clearly seen.
The WAH Course for Assessors (Integrated) integrates Assessor and Supervisory skillsets into an integrated course. As an assessor, it is your duty to assist the Manager by CONFIRMING that the work that is to be carried out by the supervisor and workers are according to the policies and system of work set by the Manager.
The Confined Space Entry and Rescue Course trains you (hard) to be able to maintain your personal safety while conducting a rigorous rescue in a confined space scenario using SCBA (Self Contained Breathing Apparatus) and Tripod with Winch and Pulley.
ASRETEC Rescue after a Fall Course places strong emphasis on practical skill sets requires to use basic rescue kits to raise or lower a victim from height. This skill set is useful for on-site emergency response personnel and WSH personnel responsible for emergency response (Required by WAH regulations in the Fall Prevention Plan)
Learn to climb towers using step bolts, vertical ladders, use fall protection as well as work positioning systems at ASRETEC Basic Tower Climbing Course. The course is useful for anyone whole work involves (as the name implies) tower climbing.
ASRETEC conducts overseas courses as required. Here are a few of our past overseas training we have conducted.
- Rescue from cable car or amusement rides
- General safety training
- Scaffold erector and user course