Personnel who are involved in the safe erection, dismantling and inspection of scaffolds would benefit from taking this scaffolding course.
The System Scaffold Appreciation training course is designed for all staff within a multi disciplined work team to ensure that they have an understanding in the methods of safe erection, dismantling, storage and inspection of scaffolds and related legislation.
The System Scaffold Appreciation training course consists of both theory and practical instruction which includes:
- What is scaffolding
- Types of system scaffold
- Scaffolding materials
- Health and Safety
- Erection of scaffold
- Dismantling of scaffold
- Overview of inspection requirements
At the end of day one, you will have finished your theory session and sit a theory test. At the end of day two, you will sit your practical test. Upon successful completion, you will receive a Certificate of Attendance. The Certificate is valid for three years and upon expiry, another two day course will have to be taken.
Candidates are required to bring suitable PPE for this course:
- Hard hat
- Steel capped boots
- High visibility vest
- Safety gloves
No formal qualifications or experience is necessary.
Do I need to pay for my training before I do it?
Yes you do, you can pay online when you book your course, or call 0845 872 3411 and pay with a credit card over the phone. Customers with credit terms, please call Training Plus to book your course on 0845 872 3411.
Is this course aimed at managers or operatives?
Both, any personnel who work in a multi-disciplined work team may go on this safety scaffold appreciation training course.
Do I have to sit a test?
Yes, you must attend both days of the scaffolding course and pass both theory and practical assessments.
What regulations are covered in the course?
The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, the Health and Safety Regulations and Personal Equipment Regulations
What qualifications do I need to put up scaffolding?
Scaffolding should only be designed, erected, altered and dismantled by a competent person. In the case that personnel are training, work should always be carried out with a competent person present to supervise the task.
Who can supervise scaffolding?
When considering the direct supervision of a scaffolding gang, i.e. a working foreman lending a hand, the operative must be qualified to the grade of CISRS as a minimum requirement.