CONFINED SPACE

Don’t get stuck in a tight spot, only to find that some gasses can be deadly. Check out our Confined Space courses to maximise safety and productivity when working in confined spaces.

Basic course $280 + GST,   Full Course $525 + GST

PERMIT TO WORK and H&S Training

Our trainers have wide backgrounds in specialist work -controlled by Work Permits. Our PTW courses are built around previous working scenarios -making the course easy to follow and understand.

Permit-to-Work course cost:  $310.00 + GST 

We can train your staff in a wide range of H&S skills. From one day courses through to National Certificates.

HEIGHT SAFETY

Don’t get all knotted-up at height. Let us help simplify your height work with fully customised courses to meet your working requirements.   Let our trainers working knowledge help your business.

Basic course $280 + GST,   Full Course $525 + GST

Partnership: Page MacRae

We have worked in a local partnership with Page MacRae Engineering (Mt Maunganui), to build our local training facility for Heights and Confined Space. This has been running for over five years now, and Elite Training also offers Page MacRae Breathing Apparatus and Emergency Rescue Team capabilities if required by their clients

Partnership: PCTI

We have a training partnership the Pacific Coast Technical Institute (a registered PTE) in Mt Maunganui.

PCTI focus on Primary and Vocational training nationwide.  

Equipment Sales

Through our suppliers, we can offer excellent equipment pricing. We can also help with equipment advice, consultation and maintenance.

0800 1 ELITE – Call Today

Contact Kyla on 0800 135483    (0800 1ELITE)  or 021 466337, or just send us an email.

WALKING THE TALK

At Elite Training, our trainers don’t just have the basic height qualifications. We all hold technical Rope Access and Advanced Rope-Rescue qualifications, and have a passion for height work. We enjoy what we do, and what we teach.

That passion shows through in our training.


WORKING KNOWLEDGE

There’s a difference in the training, when the instructor has actually done the work they are teaching. That’s the Elite Training “point of difference”. Our trainers work within the industry. Outside of training, we work with many engineering and building maintenance companies, to conduct specialist Rope Access work on their behalf.

INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

With Elite Training Services also running regular Confined Space Entries for Non-Destructive Thickness Testing and Internal Inspections; Auditing / Consultancy and Practical Rescue accessing (“testing” of rescue plans); Anchor Installation and Re-certification.

We continually keep our industry experience up-to-date.


DIVERSE KNOWLEDGE

With our specialist work taking us to many different industrial sites: Gas-lines, within underground pipeline and service tunnels; Process vessels in a range of industries, from Dairy through to Cement Manufacture; Paper Mills through to Food Productions Vessels.

This allows us to customise training and fully understand a client’s requirements.

THE FIRE-FACTOR

With over 50 years of combined experience as full time Fire Fighters, the Elite Training specialist trainers have skills like Hazard ID, Incident Investigation, Breathing Apparatus, Fire Suppression and First Aid. These guys bring the skills to your workplace.

It all started with our South Island Manager (Kevin), a Senior Station Officer in Christchurch. We noticed what having Fire Fighters on board does for realistic training. We now have four on the payroll. -Kevin, Steve, Dion, and Hayden.


MAKING IT INTERESTING

We have all heard “Health & Safety training is boring!”… Well, nobody can say they have never been part of, or party to an accident or incident. We use these past experiences to bring out a trainees own knowledge of Health & Safety. It is using a trainees past experience, and our experience in the industry, that we keep trainees interested. With our backgrounds, we have all, unfortunately, been part of Incident Investigation (root cause analysis). Whether that be within vehicle accidents or patient recovery within Search & Rescue situations.

When it goes wrong, we want to prevent it happening again. It’s that simple.