We currently provide the following training courses.
This CDM training course is intended for those individuals or organisations who require an overall awareness and understanding of the CDM Regulations 2015, application on different types of construction projects and legal responsibilities and liabilities on different parties on projects.
This CDM training course is for individuals and organisations who are Clients of construction projects. The training will help Clients in understanding the Regulations, their legal responsibilities, and liabilities and how to fulfil them effectively. In addition, this training will equip Clients in achieving safe sites and easily maintainable buildings.
This CDM training course is intended for Designers (Architects, Structural, Civil and Building Services (M&E) Engineers, Landscape Architects, Quantity Surveyors etc) who have specific legal duties under the CDM 2015 Regulations. This training will help Designers to understand and fulfil their CDM duties in a practical and effective manner.
This CDM training course for those who intend to undertake the Principal Designer (PD) role. The course includes understanding of the relevant duties, application methods to fulfil the duties effectively, minimising the legal liabilities and more importantly, making a positive and value driven contribution to the construction projects.
Those who act as Principal Contractor have significant legal liabilities and responsibilities under the CDM 2015 Regulations. This training course is intended to assist the current and potential Principal Contractors to understand and fulfil their duties including required arrangements and practical actions on sites to meet those responsibilities.
This asbestos awareness training is for all those who are involved in construction industry e.g. Designers, Consultants, Contractors and Operatives etc. The course makes the attendees aware of the typical use of asbestos in buildings, asbestos types, different asbestos surveys and how to manage and deal with asbestos in a safe and legal manner.
Considering high number of Manual Handling injuries and health effects it is essential for everyone in construction industry to have the appropriate training. This course focuses on hands-on demonstration and exercises to help attendees to learn safe methods, techniques, and strategies in a practical manner to avoid Manual Handling injuries.
This course is for operatives working on construction sites who previously have not attended any formal health and safety awareness training. The course will make them aware of the basic health and safety requirements on construction sites to ensure that they understand and comply with these requirements.
This course is for site foremen, supervisors, team leaders and managers. The course explains the practical health and safety requirements and measures on construction sites, role of management, implications of poor health and safety on site and requirements for site monitoring etc.
Fall from a height on a construction site can cause a serious harm. This training is focused on construction industry and covers a wide range of relevant topics to help construction site visitors, workers, and their supervisors to identify the risks from Working at Height and take appropriate practical fall prevention and protection measures.
This training course is focused on the construction industry and is intended for anyone who is responsible for writing, reviewing, or approving Risk Assessments and Method Statements (RAMS). The course helps attendees to learn, with the aid of practical hands-on tutorials, how to write and review RAMS.
This course is focussed on fire safety requirements on construction sites. The course also helps to train Fire Marshalls or / and Fire Wardens. The course makes the attendees aware of the origin and sources of fire on sites, the implications of fire and how to implement appropriate fire prevention and protective measures.
This training course enables the attendees to carry out standard half Mask Qualitative Face Fit Testing for their colleagues independently using Bitrex or Saccharin method. The course includes practical hand-on tutorials and assessments in additional to background legal, HSE guidance and technical knowledge.
This course enables attendees to carry out the Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Assessments independently for other DSE users. The course draws upon and reflects our practical knowledge and experience and provides hands-on problem solving techniques in different assessment scenarios.