Scaffolding Awareness (Understanding Inspection) Course

Price: £300.00 excl. VAT

What is Scaffolding Awareness (Understanding Inspection)?

This course is aimed at anyone who manages sites with scaffolding erections or engages with scaffolding inspectors and needs to be aware of on-site scaffolding from a supervisory or management perspective. They would not be required to sign off scaffolding as safe to use.

You should have awareness and experience of scaffolding structures, coming from time spent in your individual industry sector which you will build upon throughout this course.

Is this course for you?

This course is aimed at people (say managers for example) who interact with scaffolders and scaffolding inspectors without actually fulfilling the role themselves. Due to your role, you are likely to be experienced in the construction industry.

Accreditation / Qualification(s) offered

Attendance certificates are issued on the final day of training.

What this course includes

This price includes learning materials which will be handed out on the first day of training. Refreshments and lunch will also be provided as part of your course.

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Delivery method:

  • Classroom
    Face-to-face
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    2 days
  • Location marker icon Gillingham – UK
    MKC Training Centre, ME4 4UG
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  • £300.00 excl. VAT

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  • Check mark iconSmall Classes
  • Check mark iconCertificate of attendance

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Are the trainers qualified?

A. All our trainers are fully qualified Scaffold Inspectors with considerable experience. In addition, we ensure all our trainers hold Level 5 teaching qualifications

Q. Will this course allow me to get the CISRS Scaffold Inspection card?

A. No. This course is aimed at people who need to be aware of the scaffolding requirements but not required to sign off scaffolding as safe to use.

Q. Can I do the course on two separate days?

A. No. The course is designed to be completed on two consecutive days.

Q. Will I need to bring my own PPE?

A. You will be required to bring your own hard hat, gloves and protective footwear. You will be provided with protective goggles and a hi-visibility vest while on the course.

Q. How is the course assessed?

A. The course is not formally assessed although you will be given advice and feedback on practical exercises.

Q. Will I get a certificate to prove I have passed the course?

A. Attendance certificates are issued on the final day of the training event.

Q. What happens if I fail the assessment?

A. This is not a qualification and is therefore not a pass / fail course – it is about gaining information and knowledge.

Q. How long will my qualification last?

A. This is not a formal qualification and the content is accurate and up to date at the time of the course. TG20 is updated regularly and it is up to the individual to ensure they remain current.We will however be running update courses should significant changes develop.

Q. What subjects does the course cover?

A. Please refer to the course detail on the website.

Q. What are the course hours?

A. The course starts at 09:00.You will need to arrive at the main gate/student reception 30 minutes earlier in order to register and gain access to the site. Both working days end at 16:30. There are scheduled course breaks for refreshments and lunch built into the programme.

Q. Can I smoke while on site?

A. Currently, smoking is allowed in designated areas on site.

Q. Can I buy food while on the camp?

A. Refreshments and lunch will be provided as part of your course.

Q. Will notepads and pens be provided?

A. No, you are expected to provide your own notepad and pen. We will provide copies of the learning material during the course.

There are no entry requirements to attend this course.

The course will develop your understanding of:

  • Scaffolding components
  • Scaffolding terminology
  • Construction Design Management
  • Working at heights
  • Types of Ties
  • TG20 – 13. User Guides
  • Types of scaffolding
  • Scaffolding features
  • Inspection of ladders
  • Fault finding procedures
  • Scaffolding Fault Finding
  • Detecting scaffolding faults
  • Inspection timings
  • Documentation and Scaf Tags
  • Practical fault-finding exercises

Upcoming dates for Scaffolding Awareness (Understanding Inspection) Course

Date
Location
Duration
Remaining places
Price (excl. VAT)
24 November 202224/11/2022
Gillingham
MKC Training Centre
2 days
5 left
£300.00
24 November 2022
2 days
Gillingham
MKC Training Centre
5 remaining places

All prices are per person and exclude VAT.
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