Construction Courses

Public Courses

The programme is aimed at all construction personnel including new entrants, to ensure that they have a basic knowledge of Health and Safety to comply with relevant legislation and make them aware of the inherent dangers on construction sites.

 

This course is aimed at site supervisors which are typically the lead representative of a sub-contractor or an assistant to the main contractors site manager. The course aims to provide a key understanding of how to supervise Health & Safety within a construction environment. 

This course is specifically designed to refresh knowledge and renew the certification of the Site Safety Supervisors (4 day) qualification. Please Note: An NVQ Level 3 or 4 in Site Supervision (or enrolment in) is required to obtain a full 4-year card, if not only a Dec 2024 renewal can be offered. 

This course is aimed at site managers which are typically the lead representative of the main contractor onsite. The course aims to provide a key understanding of how to manage Health & Safety within a construction environment. 

 

This course is aimed at those who have a responsibility for safety on a construction site. The course is ideal for managers or supervisors to equip them with the fundamental knowledge to identify scaffolding related hazards. 

 

This course is appropriate for anyone who is required to undertake basic manual handling activities as part of their job role. The course will provide the theoretical knowledge and practical skills needed to help safeguard them from the associated risks. 

This course is aimed at anyone who holds or has a desire to hold health & safety responsibilities within a construction environment. The course is perfect for those embarking on a career in health and safety and is often a mandatory criterion within ‘officer’ and ‘advisor’ level job descriptions. 

This qualification is aimed at individuals who have progressed into site management positions based on workplace experience rather than prior academic achievement. It aims to recognise such individuals through the provision of an evidence-based qualification. 

 

This qualification is aimed at individuals who have progressed into site supervisory positions based on workplace experience rather than prior academic achievement. It aims to recognise such individuals through the provision of an evidence-based qualification.