The BDMA e-Academy

The BDMA e-Academy is… 

– Our online training platform, accessible 24/7

– User-friendly, with all users able to login to the system via a browser, on a PC, tablet or mobile phone

–  Directly accessible online – no installation required… just login and start training

BDMA e-Academy Courses

The BDMA has carefully selected course content from market leading training providers, supported by content that has been specially developed by the BDMA’s own subject matter experts.

Competitively priced, the content includes the BDMA’s bespoke damage management content, Health & Safety modules and a series of courses designed to support individuals and member companies in demonstrating compliance.

*NEW* – The BDMA Certificate in Commercial Damage Management

The Certificate in Commercial Damage Management has been developed by the BDMA to formally recognise the specific skills and experience needed for individuals who work predominantly in the commercial damage management sector. It is open to any current BDMA member from Associate to Accredited.

The syllabus consists of two parts:

BDMA Certificate in Site Health & Safety – Part 1 of the Certificate in Commercial Damage Management
General Health & Safety on site – Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Working at Height, Asbestos Awareness, Working in Confined Spaces, Manual Handling, Accident Reporting (RIDDOR), Fire Safety, Electrical Safety, Risk Assessment, Noise Awareness, and COSHH followed by an overall assessment.

This part is available as a standalone course to non-members as well as members, but if you intend to continue to Part 2 of the Commercial Damage Management course it will be more cost effective for individuals to join the BDMA as an Associate to obtain a discount. *If you are already a BDMA accredited Technician, Senior Technician or Claims Practitioner you will have access to Part 1 free as part of your membership.*

Part 2: The BDMA Certificate in Commercial Damage Management
Health & Safety for Commercial Operatives – Access Equipment, Scaffolding, Work Equipment, Use of Harnesses, Method Statements and Permits to Work, Waste Awareness, Water Damage Principles, and Fire Damage Principles followed by an overall assessment