N301 Official NPORS Abrasive Wheels Training

Abrasive Wheels training and testing is designed to educate individuals on the safe operation of abrasive wheels and machinery. The training covers topics such as choosing the right wheel for the job, handling, storing, and mounting abrasive wheels, as well as potential hazards and safety precautions.

NPORS Abrasive Wheels

During testing, participants are evaluated on their knowledge and practical skills related to abrasive wheels, such as identifying different types of wheels, understanding safety guidelines, and demonstrating correct procedures for mounting and using abrasive wheels and angle grinders.

For full course details and syllabus, please follow this LINK.

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Training and Testing

Angle grinder training and testing involves instruction on the safe and proper use of angle grinders, which are handheld power tools commonly used for cutting, grinding, and polishing materials. Training covers various aspects, including:

  1. Introduction to angle grinders and their components.
  2. Safety precautions and personal protective equipment (PPE) required when using angle grinders.
  3. Selection of the correct type of grinder and accessories for the task.
  4. Techniques for safe operation, including handling, positioning, and maintaining control.
  5. Hazard identification and risk assessment related to angle grinder use.
  6. Practical demonstrations and hands-on practice to develop proficiency.

Testing may involve assessing participants’ knowledge, understanding of safety protocols, and practical skills related to operating an angle grinder safely and effectively.

All the NPORS courses consist of a theory session, which for novice courses include full training and presentation.  Refresher and test courses are just a recap of training any changes in legislation or updates on new regulations etc.   Whereas Experienced Workers Tests, are straight in to the theory test, which consists of 5 questions to answer in full, and 20 multiple choice. The theory test required pass mark is 80%.

If you have specific questions or need more information about NPORS Abrasive Wheels Training, please feel free to ask.

N017 NPORS Abrasive Wheels Cut off Saw Training and Testing

So why use Kentra Training?  As many of you know Kentra was established in 1997 by Norman Kennish. Straight away the company registered with NPORS as a training provider. Our registration is number 66 and as such we are now one of the longest serving TP’s with them, delivering nearly 100 different training courses, including our own unique NPORS Small Plant and Portable Tools course and also the NPORS Abrasive Wheels Training, which is what this blog is about.

Arranging a course

Arranging training with us is simple, contact us through the webpage , email the office on office@kentratraining.co.uk   or give us a call on 01606 832 556 and we can talk you through the different options available.     It really couldn’t be easier to trained as competent operator, we are waiting to help you.