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About this provider

Wamas Ltd is an independent training provider for the waste industry. We are based in Northamptonshire but deliver nationwide and have successfully done so the the past 14 years. We achieved Ofsted grade 1 outstanding and are holders of the matrix standard. We consistently achieve high success rates and have an excellent industry reputation as a specialist provider.

As a niche provider, our team of trainers are specialists in the field of Waste, Recycling and Cleaning. Our team is focused on delivering a quality,usable service and we place the highest priority in the well-being and safety of our apprentices. Our aim is to provide a learning environment in order for our apprentices to achieve their full potential.

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Overall rating from October 2018 to now

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4 Apprenticeships offered

Apprenticeship Type Level View details
Cleaning and Support Services Framework 2 Details
Sustainable Resource Management Framework 2 Details
Sustainable Resource Management Framework 3 Details
Sustainable Resource Operations and Management Framework 4 Details

Contact details

Phone number:
01933 279879

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