What is the Temporary Works Coordinator Course?
A Temporary Works Coordinator is a key person who is responsible for the coordination and management of temporary works on a construction site. Temporary works refer to temporary structures, supports and systems that are put into place to help building projects progress safely and efficiently. Temporary Works Coordinators have key responsibilities, which may include planning and designing coordination, risk assessment, inspection and monitoring and training and guidance.
The Temporary Works Coordinator course will give you the knowledge and skills to effectively coordinate and manage temporary works on construction sites.
Your CITB Temporary Works Coordinator course certificate will be valid for 5 years.
Who is the Temporary Works Coordinator Course for?
The Temporary Works Coordinator course is aimed at those who have a responsibility for coordinating and managing temporary works on construction sites. This includes those who already have or want to have, a Temporary Works Coordinator role, Construction Site Managers, Construction Project Managers, Engineers and Designers, Site Supervisors and Health and Safety Professionals.
What will I learn on the CITB Temporary Works Coordinator Course?
You will cover the following content on the CITB Temporary Works Coordinator Course:
- What temporary works are and the history of temporary works
- Who is involved in temporary works and planning temporary works
- Managing the construction and dismantling of temporary works
For a full list of the course objectives, see the Course Content.
The CITB Temporary Works Coordinator Course is a 2-day course.
Mandatory entry requirements
You will need to be able to read and write English to complete this course, there are no other formal requirements.