The Ruling Council of the WJA has responded to the latest developments in the COVID-19 pandemic by extending the expiry date for training certificates and photo ID cards until March 31st 2021.
Drainage operatives are a close-knit bunch but when it comes to water jetting training right now, a little bit of distance learning is applicable, even in the classroom.
The Water Jetting Association is making available for free download a poster that makes clear the vital importance of social distancing and workplace protection measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
The Water Jetting Association (WJA) has resumed face to face water jetting training from Wednesday 1st July.
The WJA, responsible for most water jetting training carried out in the UK, has also authorised greater use of online training, where appropriate.
WJA - Re-start of Training Courses (Covid-19 Pandemic):
In keeping with our desire to support WJA members and provide access to the latest guidance on Coronavirus (Covid-19), we are publishing some of the most recent guidance from the government and relevant agencies.
During these very difficult times, we would like to remind members that the WJA Croners Free Business Helpline is available to supply guidance notes and Q&A on managing Coronavirus issues at work.
The Water Jetting Association has issued an essential services notification form to assist its members in confirming that they have the right to travel during the Covid-19 emergency.