The aim of this course is to progress from Part 1; as well as to demonstrate the safe erection and alteration of different types of scaffolding structures. Trainees will learn how to erect; alter; and dismantle structures safely, in a specified order, and with other members of a team.
Once candidates have completed the course successfully they will gain the CISRS Scaffolding Part 2 certificate. The course is assessed by a mix of classroom based theory; practical exercises; and computer based training. Assessments will be carried out by both written and practical tests.
To attend the course candidates must have completed a minimum of 6 months on site experience after passing the Scaffolding Part 1 course.
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This course is designed for people who want to advance their career in the scaffolding industry. The aim of the course is to progress from Part 1; candidates progress through showing that they can safely erect and alter various types of scaffolding structures. As well as this, trainees will also learn how to erect; alter; and dismantle structures safely, in a specified sequence, and with other members of a team. In order to attend the course candidates need to have completed a minimum of 6 months on site experience after passing the Scaffolding Part 1 course.
While on the course candidates will gain knowledge and skills in:
• The correct methods of constructing loading bays; splays; protective fans; pavement gantry; truss out scaffolds; roof scaffolds; and the use of prefabricated beams.
• How the regulations govern the safe methods of erection; inspection; and dismantling of scaffolds.
• The quantifying of materials needed for loading bays; splays; protective fans; pavement gantry; truss outs; roof scaffolds; prefabricated beams in various system scaffolds and traditional scaffold.
• How to use and follow safe systems of work to ensure correct techniques are used when erecting scaffolds.
• How to ensure statutory regulations and Guidance Note 4 (SG4) are met.
• Understanding and setting out for anchors and tie testing.
Once a candidate has successfully completed the course they will gain the CISRS Scaffolding Part 2 certificate
The course is assessed by a mix of classroom based theory; practical exercises; and computer based training. All the assessments will be carried out by written and practical tests.
Applicants must have a minimum of 6 months scaffolding experience since achieving Part 1.
On completion of this course candidates can then further their career by gaining 6 months of on site experience that will enable them to achieve the Level 2 SVQ/NVQ/CISRS Practical Skills Assessments. If the portfolio cannot be completed in 12 months an Experienced Worker Assessment can be completed.
Full Course Fee per delegate £980 + VAT
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