What will I learn on the EUSR SHEA Power Course?
SHEA Power Courses (Safety, Health & Environmental Awareness) are designed to give those in the power industry the knowledge and skills to work to a good standard of health and safety in line with HSE guidelines. The course will gain you a EUSR CSCS partner card, which will prove you have the level of health and safety knowledge necessary to access operational sites within the power industry, whether you are an operative, supervisor or management and needing access on a temporary or permanent basis.
You study a total of 8 modules, 6 are core modules, which are covered in all SHEA courses, and 2 modules that are specific to the UK power industry.
The EUSR SHEA Power course is a 1-day course.
EUSR CSCS Partner Card
You must complete all nine modules and pass the SHEA Power assessment to gain EUSR SHEA Power registration. This card scheme allows utility workers to access CSCS controlled construction sites and was developed so that utility workers would not need to carry several different types of cards and qualifications.
Once you have completed the course successfully, you will be added to the register and able to purchase a virtual or physical plastic card.
Your card will be valid for 5 years.
The Energy & Utility Skills Passport Scheme does not indicate any level of technical competence or skilled expertise.
About Energy & Utility Skills
EUSR is the register of training and skills for the energy and utility sector. Schemes and programmes have been developed by Energy and Utility Skills and qualify an individual for registration on the Energy & Utility Skills Register (EUSR).
EUSR schemes and programmes are spread across many industries including Gas, Power, Smart Metering, Telecommunications, Waste and Resource Management, Water and Cross-Industry.