The course aim is to understand scaffolding , why we use it and the safe erection and alteration of basic scaffolding structures. Candidates will learn how to erect, alter and dismantle structures safely in a specified sequence with other members of a team.

On successful completion candidates will gain the CISRS Scaffolding Part 1 certificate

The course is assessed by classroom based theory, practical exercises and computer based training. Assessments will be carried out by written and practical tests.

Applicants must have at least 6 months scaffolding experience before attending the course.

PLEASE NOTE: From the 1st September there will be a requirement to complete the CISRS Operatives Training Scheme (COTS) and hold a CISRS Trainee Scaffolder or Scaffolding Labourer Card for a minimum of six months prior to attending the Part 1 training

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CISRS Accredited Course

To book 2017 dates please contact 01480 435544

Full Course description

This course is designed to provide the skills necessary for people to use and work in the scaffolding industry. The course aim is to understand scaffolding , why we use it and the safe erection and alteration of basic scaffolding structures. Candidates will learn how to erect, alter and dismantle structures safely in a specified sequence with other members of a team.

Candidates will gain knowledge and skills in

• Safe methods of constructing independent and putlog scaffolds including returns, towers and birdcage scaffolds with either tube and fittings or specified system scaffolds.

• How the regulations govern the safe methods of erection, inspection and dismantling of scaffolds.

• Quantifying materials needed for independent and putlog scaffolds including returns,

towers and birdcage scaffolds.

• Identifying obstacles when erecting scaffold, setting out and laying out materials.

• Using and following safe systems of work to ensure correct techniques are used when erecting scaffolds

• Ensuring statutory regulations and Guidance Note 4 (SG4) are met.

• Understanding basic scaffold drawings and tie testing.

• How to alter scaffolds or dropping lift heights.

Qualifications

Candidates will upon successful completion gain the CISRS Scaffolding Part 1 certificate

The course is assessed by classroom based theory, practical exercises and computer based training. Assessments will be carried out by written and practical tests.

Requirements

Applicants must have at least 6 months scaffolding experience before attending the course.

Career Advancement.

On completion of this course candidates must complete 6 months on site experience to enable them to progress to Scaffolding Part 2 Level 2 SVQ/NVQ

 

Course Duration
10 Days
Course Fees

Full Course Fee per delegate £940 + VAT

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Course Dates

2017Week 1Week 2
11 - 15 Sep18 - 22 Sep
02 - 06 Oct09 - 13 Oct
23 - 27 Oct30 Oct - 03 Nov
13 - 17 Nov20 - 24 Nov
04 - 08 Dec11 - 15 Dec
2018Week 1Week 2
08 - 12 Jan15 - 19 Jan
05 - 09 Feb12 - 16 Feb
05 - 09 Mar12 - 16 Mar
03 - 06 Apr09 - 13 Apr
30 Apr - 04 May08 - 11 May
29 May - 01 Jun04 - 08 Jun
25 - 29 Jun02 - 06 Jul
06 - 10 Aug13 - 17 Aug
03 - 07 Sep10 - 14 Sep
01 - 05 Oct08 - 12 Oct
29 Oct - 02 Nov05 - 09 Nov
26 - 30 Nov03 - 07 Dec
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