Temporary Works Coordinator
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The Temporary Works Coordinator Course is an accredited CITB course for delegates working on site with responsibility for managing all forms of temporary works. The Temporary Works Coordinator course aims to provide confidence amongst senior management within an organisation and for those who engage with contractors.
Temporary Works Coordinator Course Overview
The Temporary Works Coordinator course is available in Dartford, Kent and is for a duration of 2 days and is designed to give confidence to senior management and for those who engage with contractors. The course provides candidates with a solid knowledge of the role of a Temporary Works Coordinator and teaches delegates how to manage all kinds of temporary works.
Temporary Works Coordinator Course Aims
A Temporary Works Coordinator should be able to;
- Understand the need for and duties of a Temporary Works Co-ordinator
- Understand the role of others
- Have a detailed knowledge and understanding of BS5975 in respect of this role
TWC Course Content
To ensure all those given temporary works co-coordinating responsibilities understand;
- The role of a Temporary Works Coordinator & the roles around you
- To develop an understanding of the code of Best Practice for Temporary Structures on Building Sites
- The importance of the 4C’s – communication, coordination, co-operation & competency
- Risk assessments & mandatory statements
- Management of the temporary works process
At Project Skills Solutions our courses are delivered by our expert trainers, who have been in the industry for years and have a solid understanding of every course they deliver. In addition, the Temporary Works Coordinator course is an interactive course which is taught via several case studies, discussion among fellow delegates, group work, individual or group presentations. You will also be required to conduct some self-study outside of the course too. The Temporary Works Coordinator course is delivered within an engaging and interactive learning environment in order to promote effective learning.
- There will continuous assessment on every delegate taking the course
- Multiple-choice test – you will take the test at the end of your course
There are no formal entry requirements for this course, although you will need a good understanding of spoken and written English. If you have any worries or concerns in this area then please call or chat with us online.
After completion of the Temporary Works Coordinator course, you will gain a CITB renewable 5-year Site Safety Plus certificate.
Who Is The Temporary Works Coordinator Course For?
This course is ideal for those who manage all forms of temporary works onsite – it comprises of the knowledge required for a temporary works role. The course will provide candidates with a solid knowledge of the temporary works coordinator role, allowing senior management to feel confident with their staff. The course also covers the key duties, roles of others, rules and regulations, management and risk assessments.
The course may also be of interest to others involved in the Temporary Works Co-ordination process, which may include;
- Site & Project Managers
- Designers & Supervisors working for clients
- Consultants & Contractors needing a detailed awareness of the safety & technical implications of temporary works
Our Temporary Works Coordinator course is ideal for delegates within Dartford, Kent. We also offer a range of locations for you to choose from – so you can pick the most convenient training venue one for you.
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Kent Training Venue
Our training venue is located at The Nucleus Business and Innovation Centre in Dartford, Kent, just off the Dartford Crossing. Enclosed within a sophisticated and modern building, surrounded by nature’s greenery, the training venue provides the perfect environment whilst you study your course. You’ll also find our training rooms are spacious and surrounded by windows, giving delegates enough natural lighting whilst studying. Nearby train stations include Dartford train station, which is a short 6 minutes drive away.Within close distance you’ll find a range of attractions including Bluewater Shopping Centre, which is a short 4.3 miles away.
The course hours are from 9am-4.30pm. There is plenty of onsite parking, however upon arrival you will need to request a permit from the training centre. Free lunch is provided alongside refreshments and upon arrival and throughout the duration of the course, you’ll be provided with all the learning material required to complete your course.
CITB Construction Levy
If you are a construction business or employer based in Great Britain you can register with the CITB and have access to CITB funding. You can then claim grants, £50 per day, for staff you declare on your Levy Return who receive training.
How Do I Claim?
It’s simple to claim your grant, just provide the below information to Project Skills Solutions before or on the course so we can include on the delegate’s registration form.
- Employer’s name
- Employer’s address
- Employer’s 7-digit CITB registration number
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