Control of Subtances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Assessor training provides the skills to carry out COSHH assessments in conjunction with current legislation.
Delegates will learn to conduct COSHH assessments in the workplace.
CISRS Advanced Scaffold Inspection is aimed at Proffesional Scaffold Inspectors, Supervisors, Managers and anyone responsible for the inspection of complex tube and fitting scaffolds.
The course covers both basic and more complex scaffolding structures.
ITC Emergency First Aid at Work Including Electric Shock is suitable for personnel who require a first aid certificate with emphasis on the requirements for those working around electricity.
Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER) ensures companies who own, operate or have control over work equipment must manage the risks from that equipment.
Delegates will gain the knowledge and skills to ensure their organisation meets PUWER standards.
The City and Guilds 18th Edition IET Wiring Regulations training course familiarises electrical professionals with the changes to the BS 7671:2018 standard.
All electrical professionals must ensure they are familiar with the changes to the standard which came into force in January 2019.
This City and Guilds 18th Edition IET Wiring Regulations Refresher training course familiarises electrical professionals with the changes to BS 7671:2018.
This one day refresher course is only for those who have passed the most recent amendment of the 17th edition (since 2015).
The Scaffolding NVQ Level 3 Portfolio Build allows delegates to achieve a Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Accessing Operations and Rigging - Scaffolding.
The training has been developed for delivery in a working environment and delegates must therefore be employed to study this qualification.
Working in High Risk Confined Spaces is a City and Guilds training programme that provides delegates with hands-on experience of complex confined space entry procedures.
The training focuses on environments where the use of compressed air and full working set breathing apparatus is required.
CISRS has introduced a scaffolding awareness training standard for non-scaffolding personnel.
Delegates will gain the knowledge to identify the core components of a safe scaffold and appreciate the potential dangers of working at height on scaffolding.
Appointed Person Moving Loads is stage one of the four stage ECITB process which validates the competence of an individual to be an Appointed Person responsible for moving loads operations.
Delegates will gain the necessary skills and knowledge to oversee, plan or manage lifts or moving loads operations.
ECITB Technical Test - TAP01 Plan a Rigging Operation is stage three/four of the four stage ECITB process validating the competence of an individual to be an appointed person responsible for moving loads operations.
A delegate's ability to fulfil the role of an appointed person will be assessed through theoretical and practical tests.
Working in Low Risk Confined Spaces is a City and Guilds training programme that provides delegates with hands-on experience of using fall arrest equipment and ladder climbing techniques to enter confined spaces.
The training focuses on environments with no likely risk of flooding and adequate ventilation.
Working in Medium Risk Confined Spaces is a City and Guilds training programme that provides delegates with hands-on experience of two methods of entering a confined space.
The training focuses on environments with a realistic possibility of encountering a specified risk during the work activity.
Confined Space Entry Awareness with Breathing Apparatus provides knowledge of the safety practices and equipment utilised when working in confined spaces.
Delegates will learn to safely enter and work within higher risk confined space environments where breathing apparatus may be required.
Confined Space Rescue and and Recovery of a Casualty provides the skills to work as part of a dedicated recovery team in a confined space environment.
Delegates will learn to rescue casualties in an emergency situation.
A Qualitative Face Fit Test uses an individual's sense of taste to confirm their respiratory protective equipment (RPE) fits and provides effective protection.
AIS Training can perform a Qualitative Face Fit Test for a variety of masks.
A Quantitative Face Fit Test uses particle counting to test the quality of the seal on respiratory protective equipment (RPE) to ensure it fits and provides effective protection.
AIS Training can perform a Quantitative Face Fit Test for a variety of masks.
The Site management safety training scheme (SMSTS) is a five-day course designed for site managers, or aspiring site managers. It is designed for those with responsibility for managing, monitoring,implementing and reporting in a construction environment.
The site supervision safety training scheme (SSSTS) is a two-day course designed for site supervisors, or aspiring site supervisors.
The Site management safety training scheme (SMSTS-R) is a two-day refresher course designed for site managers, or aspiring site managers who need to refresh their certificate. It aims to bring health and safety knowledge up-to-date, as well as giving a thorough overview of the legislative changes and their impact in the workplace. The course provides an opportunity to revisit the wide range of topics from the previous five-day course.
This refresher training course is designed to bring your health and safety knowledge up to date, as well as giving you a thorough overview of the legislative changes and their impact in the workplace. It builds on the material in the original course.
CPCS Crane Supervisors A62 is aimed at supervisors and slinger signallers who are required to supervise lifting operations within their job role.
This couirse will equip delegates with the knowledge on how to safely supervise a lifting operation to ensure compliance with the law and ensure the health and safety of all employees and others involved.
CPCS A40b Slinger Signaller (static duties) training will provide candidates with a thorough practical and theory training in operating as a slinger signaller.
Content covered will equip delegates to pass the CPCS theory and practical tests.
CPCS Appointed Persons: Lifting Operations A61 is for supervisors and managers with responsibility for lifting operations.
CITB Health and Safety Awareness is designed to help those who are about to or have just began their career working in the industry to understand the potential hazards they face on-site.
This course is an ideal foundation for those wishing to obtain an industry accreditation card.
The Scaffolding NVQ Level 2 Portfolio Build allows delegates to achieve a Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Accessing Operations and Rigging - Scaffolding.
The training has been developed for delivery in a working environment and delegates must therefore be employed to study this qualification.
ECITB Leading a Team Safely (LaTS) focuses on the essentials of being a leader.
Delegates will learn the health and safety responsibilities of supervisory staff when planning, implementing and reviewing.
Working at Height - Unit 7 Practical Management of Working at Height covers both Working at Height - Unit 2 PPE User and Working at Height - Unit 4 Management of Working at Height.
Delegates will learn to comply with working at height regulations in a management or supervisory role.
Working at Height - Unit 5 Portable Ladder Usage and Inspection provides the necessary skills and knowledge to safely use portable ladders and step ladders.
Manual Handling Assessor training provides the skills to conduct manual handling risk assessments in the workplace.
The classroom-based training can be completed using generic or company-specific documentation and systems.
The CISRS Skills Test assesses the skills of trainee scaffolders who have completed CISRS Part 1 and 2 training courses.
This is now a mandatory requirement of the CISRS scheme, regardless of whether delegates have already achieved the NVQ.
The CISRS Scaffolding CPD Refresher course has been introduced to ensure the highest possible standard of scaffolding safety is being maintained throughout the industry.
Delegates who hold a CISRS card must complete the training before card renewal.
ECITB Leading The Individual focuses on the relationships within a team and the role of the leader.
Delegates will learn to use praise and recognition to improve performance.
ECITB Improving Job Site Effectiveness is part of the supervisor training programmes which have been developed by ECITB.
Delegates will learn how to manage continous improvement of a job site by measuring its effectiveness.
ECITB Becoming an Effective Communicator is part of the supervisor training programmes which have been developed by ECITB.
Delegates will learn key communication and management skills required in a supervisory role.
AIS Training are an ECITB approved test centre.
Delegates can complete a range of ECITB Knowledge Tests in subject areas that include electrical installation, electrical maintenance, mechanical maintenance, pipefitting, rigging and plating.
The CISRS Advanced Skills Test is designed to assess scaffolding knowledge and expertise.
Throughout the 2 day course delegates will demonstrate scaffolding abilities through practical skills assessments.
Successful completion of CISRS Advanced Level 3 Scaffolding training will result in a CISRS Advanced Scaffolding certificate.
Delegates will learn to safely erect, alter and dismantle complex scaffolding structures while working as part of a team.
AIS Training have developed an introductory rigger training course that provides delegates with the knowledge and skills to safely carry out basic rigging and lifting operations.
Fire Warden training enables personnel with enhanced safety roles to meet the training requirements for fire safety in the workplace.
Delegates will gain a necessary understanding of fire and fire procedures detailed in current legislation.
ITC First Aid At Work Level 3 (RQF) Refresher updates and refreshers knowledge of the first aid at work syllabus, while allowing time for revision and practice sessions in preparation for a practical assessment.
The CISRS Part 1 Scaffolding Tube and Fitting training course reinforces the core skills of scaffolding, including how to safety erect, alter and dismantle strucutres.
Delegates will gain an improved knowledge of using tube and fitting or system scaffolding.
This 1 day CISRS COTS course introduces new scaffolders to the industry, and allows CISRS card holders to renew their card once it expires.
Delegates will learn the basics of scaffolding and understand how to work safely with scaffolding and access equipment.
IPAF Mobile Elevated Work Platform (MEWP) training is beneficial in all workplace sectors.
Delegates will learn how to correctly operate common pieces of equipment that are used within the workplace in a wide variety of industries.
Working at Height - Unit 4 Managers and Supervisors demonstrates a selection of working at height techniques.
Delegates will gain a comprehensive understanding of site managers and supervisors responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and its supporting regulations.
This training programme has been designed for novices with little or no previous FLT driving experience (or for those with no formal FLT qualification). Please note that course durations will vary depending on how many are booked onto the course.
PLEASE NOTE: Unfortunately we cannot currently offer this course to self-funder delegates.
CISRS Basic Scaffold Inspection is aimed at scaffolders responsible for inspecting and checking basic scaffolds.
Delegates will develop an understanding of scaffolding components, forms and construction and inspection procedures of basic access scaffolds.
The CISRS Part 2 Scaffolding Tube and Fitting training course is open to people who have spent a minimum of 6 months on-site since passing the CISRS Part 1.
Delegates will work as part of a team to safely erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding structures.
The Working at Height - Unit 2 PPE User training course is an exciting programme for those who work above ground at any level.
ITC Emergency First Aid at Work Level 3 (RQF) may be more suitable for lower-risk work environments such as offices and/or organsations with fewer than 100 employees.
IOSH Working Safely is a one day course for personnel at any level, in any sector.
Delegates will gain an understanding of health and safety and how to make a real difference to the wellbeing of themselves and others through changing behaviour.
Surface Preparation - Bristle Blaster training provides the knowledge and skills to operate bristle blaster tools.
This course is designed to exceed the requirements of paint, coating and composite manufacturers.
The Working at Height - Unit 1 Height Safety and Harness Awareness training course is designed to introduce candidates who are not actively involved in working at height to the requirements of regulations.
The Working at Height - Unit 3 Use of Rescue Equipment training course is an exciting programme for those whose role involves performing rescues at height.
The Working at Height - Unit 6 PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) Inspection training course is an exciting programme catered towards candidates who are actively involved in the control of working at height equipment.
ITC Advanced First Aid and Incident Management is a comprehensive first aid training programme for those working in remote or offshore environments.
The course includes key lifesavings skills and reponse to common emergencies and minor medical complaints.
The ECITB Low Risk Confined Space course covers low risk shallow entries no deeper than three metres.
Delegates will learn to use equipment which allows safe access and egress into confined space environments.
The ECITB Medium Risk Confined Space course covers low risk shallow entries deeper than three metres.
Delegate will learn two methods of entry; staying on and removal from the lifeline.
The ECITB High Risk Confined Space course covers primarily enclosed and potentially hazardous working environments.
Delegates will learn to identify risks and implement suitable and sufficient control measures when gaining entry to high risk confined spaces.
ECITB Working at Height is an exciting training programme for those whose role involves working above ground level.
Delegates will gain practical skills and knowledge of working at height in a variety of environments.
ITC Level 2 Award in Basic Life Support and Safe Use of an Automated External Defibrillator is designed to provivde an awareness of basic lifesaving skills.
Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER) provide guidance on offshore lifting operations.
LOLER Awareness training provides an introduction to safe lifting requirements.
The NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety is the most popular and recognised health and safety qualification of its kind.
Delegates will learn to identify, evaluate and control a wide range of workplace hazards.
IRATA Rope Access training courses provide the practical skills and knowledge required for anyone working in any type of rope access role.
AIS Training offer IRATA Rope Access training in Levels 1, 2 or 3.
Abrasive wheels are often fitten in grinding machines for various grinding and cutting operations.
Abrasive Wheels training provides an understanding of safe working practices when using abrasive wheels.
Electrical Safety Awareness training can be customised to suit specific delegate requirements and the type of activities carried out by the delegate in their workplace.
Manual Handling training provides an understanding of the risks and practical issues involved with manual handling.
Personnel who may come across asbestos or asbestos-containing materials must be appropriately trained to work safely and avoid disturbing or damaging the hazardous substance.
This Asbestos Awareness course provides an introduction to the potential damage to health which can be caused by coming into contact with asbestos.
The ECITB CCNSG Safety Passport training programme is a common prerequisite for anyone working on construction or engineering sites.
Delegates will gain an understanding of all aspects of working safely.
ITC First Aid at Work Level 3 (RQF) training provides an introduction to first aid in the workplace.
IOSH Managing safely is a three day course for personnel responsible for the effective management of health and safety in the workplace.
Delegates will gain knowledge of key health and safety issues including environmental protection.
Overhead Crane training provides an understanding of the relevant legislation that applies to lifting operations and lifting equipment and accessories.
Delegates will learn to safely and effectively operate overhead cranes.
AIS Training have developed risk assessment training that provides delegates with an understanding of producing lifting plans and risk assessments.
AIS Training have developed an introductory banksman slinger training course providing delegates with the knowledge and skills to safely carry out basic banksman and slinger operations.
The ECITB CCNSG Safety Passport Refresher training programme must be completed within 3 years of gaining a CCNSG Safety Passport Card to remain certified.
Delegates will refresh their understanding of all aspects of working safely.