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Last week I did the PASMA Tower for Users Course with RSC Training Ltd in Woolwich. Good fun and interesting. It ended up being a one to one course which was a bonus, so I built two towers with two different systems with the Instructor, Richard, helping me.
After a morning of theory you have to pass a multiple choice test before you can do the practical.

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How do you get in the middle bit? Or don't you? Is that just for building it?
 
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How do you get in the middle bit? Or don't you? Is that just for building it?
Do the course and youll find out lol.
As you have to climb up on the inside the platforms have a trapdoor in them
 
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Do the course and youll find out lol.
As you have to climb up on the inside the platforms have a trapdoor in them
I have no need for the course lol

Tell you what I'm really really good and quick at climbing. Whether indoor or real mountains.

But tell me I've got to get back down and I need three changes of pants before I've even looked over the edge.

Not one for heights.

Have family that are roofers though if I ever wanted to play on anything like that it'd be thair scaffolding but id much prefer poke my head out the loft hatch instead.
 
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