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TRAINING FEATURE W


ater jetting operatives are a close-knit bunch. But when it comes to training a


little bit of distance learning is applicable, even in the classroom. The Water Jetting Association has put in place


robust measures, including social distancing and the wearing of face masks in the training room, to maximise personal safety as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. Darren Hamilton is an approved training instructor


and a member of the WJA’s training and safety committee. He has been “flat out” running water jetting courses for drainage operatives since the WJA approved the resumption of training on 4 July 2020. He says: “We’re catching up with our training


programme that had been suspended for 19 weeks, and training does take longer under COVID-19 restrictions. But we’re managing.” The WJA has issued its training providers and


instructors with a full suite of documentation to support the training process. It includes a risk assessment, a pre-start checklist and training procedures to ensure all possible measures are in place to minimise COVID-19 risks. Darren Hamilton takes operatives through


course test questions on screen, reading out the questions, as well as showing them. “For me, this is the best way to reduce the


risk of COVID-19 transmission,” he says. “I read out the question as well, because when shown on the screen, some delegates can have difficulty reading them.


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WATER JETTING TRAINING UNDERWAY DESPITE COVID-19


“We always have to be mindful of people having


different learning capabilities. COVID-19 pandemic has concentrates minds even more. Two-way communication during the training is vital.” The response to the resumption of water


jetting training has been positive, says John Jones, chairman of the WJA Training and Safety Committee.


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