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Course price:
£300 plus vat
Event location:
Southampton
Parking:
Parking is available at the venue

Course Information

Temporary Works Co-ordinator Course

The Temporary Works course was launched by the CITB in response to recent efforts to tighten procedural control on Temporary Works projects, whereby the construction industry issued a mandate that all Temporary Works Co-ordinators are to hold the certification. The course gives emphasis throughout to the importance of communication, co-ordination, co-operation, and competency (the ‘4Cs’), risk management, safety, and business relations. It will give confidence to senior management and those who engage with contractors, that they have reached an assessed standard of knowledge. The course will allow the Temporary Works Co-ordinator (TWC) to:
  • Understand the need for and duties of a Temporary Works Co-ordinator
  • Understand the role of others
  • Have detailed knowledge and understanding of BS5975 in respect to this role
What to expect on the course
The CITB-Construction Skills Site Safety Plus Temporary Works Co-ordinator training course covers the following: The statutory requirements for temporary works will be covered, including risk assessment, method statements, and the code of best practice for temporary works structures on construction sites.
  • Understanding the need for, and the duties of, a TWC
  • Learn the roles and responsibilities of others
  • Use and understanding of BS5975, the code of best practice for temporary structures on building sites
  • Statutory aspects of temporary works
  • Risk assessments and method statements
  • Management of the temporary works process.
  • Statutory aspects to Temporary Works
  • Avoiding failure
  • Role of the TWC
  • Management
  • Key aspects of different Temporary Works
  • The importance of Communication,
  • Coordination, Co-operation, and Competency (the ‘4 Cs’)
  • Safety and business-related risk management
Pre-Requisites
The minimum requirement is a good understanding of spoken and written English. It is also recommended that delegates attending the course have background knowledge of temporary works.
About our training
There are no hidden extras to pay on top by completing health and safety training with Southwest, unlike other providers who charge extra for things like study books and exam fees. What you get with Southwest as standard:
  • CITB Certificate Fees
  • Refreshments Throughout The Day
  • Free All-Day Car Parking
The course has the support of a number of organisations: Temporary Works Forum, CECA, Build UK (previously UKCG), HSE, and FMB.
Assessment & Certification
Continuous assessment and multiple-choice test paper. Certification is provided by the CITB - Construction Industry Training Board (Site Safety Plus)

Course Duration

2 Days

Course Dates

Southampton: 15 - 16 Oct 2020

Southampton: 05 - 06 Nov 2020

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There are many benefits to taking your health and safety training with Southwest Training and Consultancy.

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We want you to leave our course with the knowledge and confidence to be able to put your new-found skills and ideas into practice within your organisation.

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Our fully approved and accredited courses are continually revised and updated to reflect the latest legislation and best practice guidance from the HSE.

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