WAMITAB Continuing Competence Mock Tests

Wamitab Accredited ProgrammeAs required by the CIWM/WAMITAB Operator Competence Scheme, Technically Competent Managers (TCM) must take the Continuing Competence Test (CCT) every two years; demonstrating the TCM’s knowledge and skills have kept pace with developments in the waste management industry.

The CCT is provided through Pearson Vue test centres on behalf of CIWM/WAMITAB. The computer-based test is comprised of multiple-choice questions that cover legislation, environmental protection and health and safety – also known as the Generic Knowledge Test (GKT).

The CCT will also include questions on your specific activity. For example, TCMs who manage End of Life Vehicles (ELV) operations should take the ELV Activity-Specific Test (AST). WAMITAB provide a list of the different ASTs available. Should TCMs require further assistance, then contact us or call 01480 462 232 and Wiser Training can help.

Continuing Competence Test GKT Revision 19-21

Based on the latest continuing competence 2019-2021 syllabus, Wiser Training hosts a GKT refresher training course. The course is specifically tailored to TCMs who are preparing for their upcoming CCT; putting them in a good position for success in the GKT component of the CCT. The experienced experts at Wiser Training refresh the TCM’s knowledge, skills and abilities through a one-day seminar and mock test.

Who should attend this course

Senior Consultant, Graeme Outridge, delivers the CCT revision course. Graeme has over 15 years’ experience in waste and environmental management and maintains his own technical competence.

The CCT revision course material prepares TCMs, that operate within the waste industry, on a range of topics. This includes the CCT exam process, industry best practice, legislation, environmental protection and health and safety.

Furthermore, Wiser can deliver this session from its quiet and accessible classrooms in Cambridgeshire; suitable for both one-to-one and groups up to five. Alternatively, Wiser can travel to the TCM location and hold the course on-site or even conduct the lesson remotely.

To maintain a ‘no barriers to entry’ principle, Wiser Training will happily make any reasonable adjustments for the TCM; ensuring that the CCT revision course is suitable and useful to all.

Learning Outcomes

Wiser Training’s CCT GKT Revision 19-21 intends to deliver the following learning outcomes for the TCM:

  1. Achieve a better understanding of what is Continuing Competence.
  2. Learn how to book the test and access the support available.
  3. Develop and revise TCM knowledge of the syllabus pertaining to the three subject areas that form the GKT element of the CCT: legislation, environmental protection and health and safety.
  4. Practice multiple choice questions under exam conditions.

Programme

09:00Welcome & Introduction
09:15What is the Continuing Competence Test?
Maintain Technical Competence & stay up to date with legislation, protection, technology and best practice.
09:45Health & Safety
Keep people safe and healthy at work
10:30Break
10:45Environmental Protection
Prevent or reduce the presence of polluting substances in the environment
11:30Legislation
EPR, Duty of Care, Waste Classification and WAC
12:15Q&A
12:45Break
13:15Mock Test
13:45Mock Test Results
14:15Closing

Book a place on the next Continuing Competence Test GKT Revision 19-21 course

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Wiser Training provides a course specifically tailored to TCMs who are preparing for their upcoming CCT

Wiser Training is ready to prepare TCMs for their upcoming CCT. Our tutors maintain their own technical competence and maintain membership with professional bodies – such as the Institute of Environmental Management Assessment (IEMA) and the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM). For more information and to find out the next available course dates contact us or call on 01480 462 232.

Please note that Wiser Training’s course cannot guarantee success in the official test. Also, additional revision may be required for the AST or if the CCT is not scheduled immediately.