Training Courses

All Courses are continually updated to allow for current and proposed changes in legislation


CDM Regulation 2007

Courses can be tailored to meet your requirements, from a 2 hour update on the new regulations and code of practice to a full day course covering all associated legislation and management systems


Site Safety Awareness and Preparation for the Health and Safety Test - One Day

Aimed at all site personnel  this course covers: essential legislation, identification of hazards and risks, safe methods of working and good practice. The course gives a general overview for operatives and foremen and those managers who are fairly new to construction sites.


Training is carried out by means of tutorials, sample questions and continuous assessment.


Health and Safety for Directors, Self employed and Senior Managers - One Day

Aimed at those with responsibility for formulating health and safety policy within a company and ensuring compliance with legislation. The course covers: legislation, management concepts, training assessments and the financial benefits of good health and safety culture within a company.


Training is carried out by means of tutorials and continuous assessment.


HSG 65, Risk Assessment, COSHH Method Statements   One Day

Aimed at those responsible for producing construction risk assessments and method statements and ensuring that they are applied effectively. This course covers: legislation, hazard spotting and risk assessment, devising of safe methods of work, review, safety inspections and safety audits.


Training is carried out by means of tutorials, practical exercises and continuous assessment.


New Roads and Street Works Act for Managers   One Day

Aimed at those with a managerial role in the utilities industry either with undertakers, street authorities or contractors. The course assumes that delegates either hold the supervisor’s qualification or have equivalent knowledge.


The course covers: Background to the Act and the various sections of the act, Regulations and codes of practice under the act, application of the CDM regulations to utilities work, good practice and risk assessment for work in highways.


Training is by means of tutorials, practical exercises and continuous assessment


Other courses

In conjunction with other associated companies we can offer:

Street works qualifications – Operative and Supervisor

Plant training – in house or CTA accredited

Confined spaces awareness or practical training and assessment to City and Guilds or NVQ level

Asbestos awareness

Manual Handling


Abrasive Wheels

We can also assess your company’s training needs and offer tailored courses to meet your requirements including toolbox talks.


Venues  - Courses can be arranged at your premises or at any other location convenient to the Client


Dates -  Courses can be arranged on dates convenient to the Client.


Fees -  These are charged on a daily basis rather than per delegate at an agreed rate per day plus travel costs and expenses.


Course Materials and Equipment -  We  will provide all  handouts, material and equipment.


Number of delegates -  Usually between 6 and 12 delegates per course