RPII Training Courses
The Play Inspection Company provide RPII playground inspection training courses for Routine & Operational Inspectors. We offer RPII Certification where required, or alternatively we can issue our own Certificates of Attendance should you decide against taking the RPII Exams. All of our trainers have a vast wealth of industry experience and are used to training a diverse range of people; from those that are completely new to the industry, to those that just require a refresher course.
More and more playground operators and progessionals are now encouraging playground inspectors to become RPII registered to demonstrate a measurable level of competence and this can be included as part of the course if required. Specific training courses are available to Routine and Operational Levels.
The Play Inspection Company recognise that due to job commitments these courses can be inconvenient and sometimes expensive; we therefore provide training courses which are flexible and can be tailored to meet with your specific requirements.
We offer a number of courses at set locations around the UK for single delegates or will travel to your place of work to avoid the unnecessary expense of sending employees away for training if you have a number of delegates.
Please note that we do not provide training for Annual Level Inspectors. Due to the amount of standards knowledge and experience required for this level of inspector, it is impossible to provide a specific time-frame or set course format.
Please contact us to discuss your requirements and we will be pleased to provide you with further information and a fixed fee quotation.
News & Events
March 2017 RPII Operational Inspectors Course - Dorset
The Play Inspection Company are planning a two day RPII accredited Operational Inspection Course on the 29th & 30th March 2017. To register an interest in the course please contact Linda Dominey on 01202 590675 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tragic School Playground Accident and Prosecution
A tragic incident at a Hertfordshire school has once again highlighted the importance of play equipment owners and operators maintaining their equipment in safe working order.
Toxic paint levels at playgrounds, research suggests
A study has found that paint used on playground equipment contains high amounts of lead - up to 40 times recommended levels - posing a significant risk to young children.