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confined-spacesWho is this for?

This training course is designed for any person whose job involves work and entry into confined spaces.

Entry & Working in Confined Spaces Course:

This course will provide the candidate with the knowledge of the dangers and legal requirements pertinent to work taking place in confined spaces. Successful candidates will demonstrate a good understanding of the hazards associated with work in confined spaces and the practices needed to ensure safe operation whilst this work takes place.

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Who is this for?

This practical course is designed for experienced lift truck operators required to operate VNA lift trucks. This course fully complies with the approved code of practice for the training of lift truck operators.

Very Narrow Aisle (VNA) Lift Truck Conversion Course:

To provide candidates with the skills and knowledge needed to operate Very Narrow Aisle Cab Up Lift Truck. To provide specific job training, if required, in both related job safety knowledge and practical skill applications for this type of machine. On completion of training, operators should have an accepted knowledge of the legal and safety duties in relation to VNA lift trucks.

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Who is this for?

This practical training course is designed for existing fork lift truck operators who need to transfer their experience and skills towards the effective use of 4 Way Directional Reach trucks.

Industrial Reach Truck – 4 Way – Conversion Course:

To enable candidates to operate the 4 way reach truck safely and effectively in the workplace. On completion of this conversion training, operators will have an demonstrated a robust understanding of the operational features and techniques associated to 4 way directional reach truck operations.

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Who is this for?

This course has been designed for Managers, Supervisors / Operatives who work in areas which may contain asbestos.

UKATA Asbestos – General Safety Awareness Course:

To provide candidates with the required skills & knowledge to identify and work with asbestos.

On successful completion of this course, delegates should be able to:

Understand the properties, risks and effects, related illnesses and types.

Understand where and why asbestos was used and be able to avoid the risks posed by asbestos, and have an understanding of the law relating to asbestos and its disposal.

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Who is this for?

This refresher training course is designed for personnel who are trained and experienced in the use of CAT and GENNY location equipment, but would benefit from refresher training.

Cat & Genny – Competent Operator – Refresher Course:

To update the skills and knowledge of candidates in the use of CAT and GENNY, in accordance with company safety standards, HSE guidance HSG 47, and manufacturer’s guidance. To assess candidates skills and knowledge in the effective use of Cable avoiding tools (CAT and GENNY) and service plans.

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Who is this for?

This course has been designed for personnel who have previously completed Street works training and hold current SWQR cards. See foot note on final page.(*)

Streetworks Refresher and Recertification – Operative Course:

To provide refresher training through scenarios and exercises for experienced operatives in the required street works units and assess competence in line with SQA requirements, culminating in the reissue of an SWQR card and continued compliance with the New Roads and Street works Act 1991 and associated codes of practice. To provide operatives with the skill and knowledge to carry out work to the standards required by the New Roads and Street works Act 1991,

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Who is this for?

This course has been designed for personnel who have previously completed Street works training and hold current SWQR cards. See foot note on final page.(*)

Streetworks Refresher and Recertification – Supervisor Course:

To provide refresher training through scenarios and exercises for experienced super-visors in the required street works units and assess competence in line with SQA requirements, culminating in the reissue of an SWQR card and continued compliance with the New Roads and Street works Act 1991 and associated codes of practice. To provide supervisors with the skill and knowledge to carry out work to the standards required by the New Roads and Street works Act 1991,

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Who is this for?

This practical training course has been designed to train personnel in the fundamental techniques required to set up and weld basic joints using metal inert gas (MIG) sets.

Basic Metal Inert Gas (MIG) Welding Techniques – Course:

This training course aims to develop the delegate’s ability to correctly set and effectively operate MIG sets for basic welding tasks. On completion of this training course candidates should be confident in the basic set up and use of MIG sets.

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Who is this for?

This in-depth training course has been specifically designed for suitably experienced personnel who have adequate practical and theoretical knowledge of industrial lifting operations.

Appointed Person – Lifting Operations – Industrial OHC – Course:

To train candidates in the duties prescribed in BS 71721 Part one, and the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 as applied to overhead travelling crane operations. On completion of this training course, candidates should have demonstrated a good knowledge of the legal and safety duties in relation to lifting operations. Candidates will be required to risk assess an entire lift,

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Who is this for?

This practical training course has been designed for new starters or inexperienced  operatives who are required to safely operate hand held compressed air tools in the normal course of their work.

Compressed Air Tools Course:

To develop the candidate’s practical skills and knowledge to safely and efficiently operate air driven tools in the workplace. (Pneumatic Breakers, Drills and Chisels) On completion of this training course, candidates will have gained a good understanding of the hazards associated with compressed air tools, and be able to demonstrate the correct and efficient use of air power tools in the workplace.

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