Is your NRSWA card about to expire?

If you work on the highways and hold an NRSWA card, you’ll notice it has an expiry date.  Your street works units will be valid for five years, it’s possible to have more than one unit on your card, and they may expire at different times.  Excavation and reinstatement  If… Read More »

What Will I Gain From A New Roads & Street Works Act (NRSWA) Course?

We offer a wide range of health and safety courses here at Project Skill Solutions. From general safety courses such as NEBOSH to more specific courses focusing on niche training such as “Working at Heights”, PSS provides a diverse range of courses suitable for all roles within the health and… Read More »

I do drop kerbing, which NRSWA units do I need?

  I work on the road doing drop kerbing; which NRSWA units do I need? If you are doing drop kerbing, you will need to complete the full course. This is because you will need to cat scan the area before you start digging, then sign out the area so… Read More »

Nationwide NRSWA Training…

    Project Skills Solutions provide companies and individuals with the widest options for NRSWA training available and at the most competitive prices. If you are looking to take a NRSWA Streetworks training course for the first time then our sales team will be able to guide you to the… Read More »

NRSWA Re Assessment, when and who?

The NRSWA re assessment was introduced to improve the standards of workers on the roads following regulations that came into force in April 2010. Delegates used to be able to just re new their cards, this is no longer the case. Road workers now have to sit re tests for… Read More »

What NRSWA Course Do I Need?

If you work in the construction industry, you may have been told you need to take a NRSWA course. But you may be wondering what a NRSWA course is…which is probably the reason why you have come to our blog! However you can rest assure, in this week’s blog we… Read More »


All our course pages now include an FAQ tab, this tab will be constantly updated with answers to common questions regarding the NRSWA courses. If you cannot find the answer to your question in our FAQ don’t hesitate to call our training team on 0800 0213 263, we will answer… Read More »

What is London doing to reduce traffic?

According to the ‘Department for ‘Transport Road Traffic Statistics‘ road traffic fell in 2012 slightly to 302.6 billion vehicle miles. This is a very high number so it poses the question, is enough being done to reduce the amount people use cars? Perhaps more important to the average driver, is enough being… Read More »

Your NRSWA Course Guide – Everything You Need To Know…

What Is NRSWA Streetworks?   The New Roads & Streetworks training PSS offers, is in line with the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991. The act enforces duty on any person or organisation who will be undertaking work which involves the installation, renewal, maintenance or inspection of underground apparatus… Read More »

Do you work on the roads as part of your job?

Do you work on the roads as part of your job? Posted on January 24, 2013 Your NRSWA Course Guide – Everything You Need To Know… Your NRSWA Course Guide – Everything You Need To Know… NRSWA Training to get your NRSWA ticket as required for the New Roads and… Read More »

NRSWA Training- Ukwide Centres

NRSWA Training- Ukwide Centres Posted on January 25, 2013 If you work in the Utilities or Construction industry and need to work on the roads then its likely that you need NRSWA training to hold a valid Streetworks Card. Project Skills Solutions can offer individuals and companies requiring groups our… Read More »

NRSWA Training, do you need it?

New Roads and Street Works training, also known as NRSWA training is vital training to anyone who is working on the roads. The course is spilt into two sections with delegates either completing the Operative or Supervisor training. The Operative training course is made up of nine units these are… Read More »

NRSWA Streetworks Training

NRSWA Streetworks Training Courses UK Wide Centres The new roads and street works act also known as NRSWA requires that anyone who executes, works for, or on behalf of a utility company is qualified for the activities being carried out. Any street works site must have at least one qualified supervisor… Read More »

Changes Are Coming for NRSWA Training

As you may or may not know 2010 has bought changes to the New Roads and Street Works Training, and there are more changes coming at the end of 2010 and beginning of 2011. We have outlined some of the changes below: Anyone completing unit 2 or 10 (after April… Read More »

About Project Skills Solutions

Project Skills Solutions have been providing NRSWA training to individuals and companies since 2004. Our team are trained to give you the very best advice in your course selection and focussed on customer service.
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