Holding a CSCS card verifies your identity and shows employers that you have the required training, qualifications and experience for the type of work you carry out on a construction site.
CPCS provides a registration card scheme acknowledged by industry for those involved in plant operations by recognizing skills, knowledge and understanding, competence and qualifications.
Our courses offer a practical, hands-on approach that delivers the skills and confidence to use first aid skills in a real life situation.
To ensure that operators have the information and skills necessary to allow for the safe use of abrasive wheels. This training is an important part of accident prevention, and it helps to protect both the operators and those around them.
Manual handling relates to the moving of items either by lifting, lowering, carrying, pushing or pulling. To prevent injury, damage or disorder of the joints or other tissues in the upper/lower limbs or the back.
(PET) programmes are designed to help businesses recruit, train and retain the right people with the right skills so they can be effective in the workplace from day one.
Is intended for those who have, or are about to acquire, supervisory responsibilities on a construction site.
Provides project managers, site managers and supervisors, business proprietors and client-based personnel with the knowledge and skills to enable them to ensure healthy and safe conditions for construction site employees.
To make employees more aware of how fires start, spread and are controlled. To instill a general respect for fire and make them more aware of fire risks in the workplace.
Provides a practical summary of health, safety, welfare and environmental issues identifying individual responsibilities for looking after yourself and others, what the employer’s duties are and what should be done if they think anyone’s health and safety is being put at risk
Every employer must make sure that anyone who is liable to disturb asbestos during their normal work, or who supervises those employees, gets the correct level of information, instruction and training so that they can work safely and competently without risk to themselves or others.
To help operatives working in the construction industry to understand the potential hazards they face on site. It provides a practical summary of health, safety, welfare and environmental issues, identifying the delegate’s responsibility for looking after themselves and others.
Street works training is compulsory for any person working on or adjacent to the public highways, and is the legal route to achieving essential qualifications - which often must be renewed every five years.
To train personnel in the knowledge needed to carry out cable and service avoidance work in order to safeguard themselves and others.
Is an operative trained to direct vehicle movement on or around site. The Traffic Marshal is the eyes of the vehicle/plant operator, their primary responsibility is to guide vehicles and plant safely, ensuring contact is avoided with people or objects.
An SIA license allows the license holder to legally practice in the industry. It is essential that individuals working in the private security industry undergo a structured training programme that results in a recognized qualification.