Construction Courses

Working at Height

Our working at height course has been created for those who often work at heights. The course will teach you how to work at height and how you can do so safely. Click Here

Topographical Surveying

This course has been developed to provide a general overview of basic land surveying and measurement techniques using manual and electronic equipment, transfer of field data to digital terrain modelling software. Click Here

Setting Out

This course has been developed to provide a general overview of basic setting out techniques using manual and electronic equipment related to the transfer of design information to produce data for setting out on site. Click Here

Road Safety Engineering

The course is designed to inform and train transport professionals in the requirements, methods and procedures required in undertaking road accident analysis and Road Safety Audits in line with the current Road Safety Engineering practices. Click Here

Asbestos Awareness

Control of Asbestos Regulations (2006) places a duty to ensure asbestos awareness training is given to employees whose work could foreseeable expose them to asbestos. Click Here

CDM 2015 Awareness

The CDM Regulations (2007) put a series of duties on contractors designers and clients involved in construction. This module is designed to provide professionals or interested parties involved in managing or procuring Construction with the broad knowledge required to work within the legislation. Click Here

CDM 2015 for Designers

This module is designed to update professionals who have been working with the earlier version of the CDM regulations (CDM 1998) or had some experience of the current regulations but wish to have a more detailed understanding. The course follows the same basic structure as our CDM Awareness course but provides more practical detail particularly for designers and clients. Click Here

Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 – An Overview

The Construction (Design and Management) [CDM] Regulations 2007 represent a step change in construction health and safety legislation. It brings the CDM 1994 Regulations and the Construction Regulations 1996 into a single regulatory package providing a clear focus on management, communication, co-operation and competence within the project team. Click Here

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