CCNSG Safety Passport
The CCNSG Safety Passport course is a training course that spans two days aiming to educate attendees on the basics of safety on site. Successful attendees will receive their CCNSG Safety Passport at the end of the course. This card is valid for three years after it has been achieved.
Who the CCNSG course is for
The CCNSG Safety Passport is often required to enter some engineering-based construction sites. Like the CSCS card, some employers and site managers will specify the requirement for a CCNSG Safety Passport to allow you on-site and carry out your work.
CCNSG course entry requirements
There is no base knowledge you need for this course, meaning anyone can enrol and get their CCNSG Safety Passport. This course is delivered in English, and therefore a good understanding of spoken and written English is necessary.
How the CCNSG Training course is delivered
The CCNSG course will be delivered through in-person training in a classroom environment with a trainer who will thoroughly guide you through the course.
Once you have passed your CCNSG course
Once you have passed your CCNSG course, you will receive your Safety Passport, which will allow you into sites that require it for three years. After these three years are up, you have three months to take a renewal course and test to prove that you are still suitable for holding a CCNSG Safety Passport. If you do not renew within these three months, you will have to retake the entire course.
You can book both your CCNSG course and the renewal course through Project Skills Solutions online or by calling one of our colleagues in the sales team on 0800 0213 263