The CITB training courses are still recognised as the gold standard for construction based safety and workforce development.
We know what the typical expectation is of these type of courses. We have sat in those tedious seats too.
All of our courses are designed around our learners, not slideshows to be read aloud. There will be applied case studies, team games, hot seats and even the odd game of virtual darts. It will defy all of your preconceptions of what a construction safety course will be.
We promise they will be beneficial, enjoyable and hugely valuable to your a beneficial development opportunity for your workforce.
CITB Health & Safety Awareness (1 day): An introductory course highlighting potential hazards when working on site and providing practical advice on how to keep yourself and others safe.
CITB Site Supervision Safety Training Scheme (2 days): For new or existing supervisors, an explanation of legal responsibilities and the need to promote health and safety to supervise effectively.
CITB Site Management Safety Training Scheme (5 days): This course covers all relevant legislation affecting safe working in the building, construction and civil engineering industries. It highlights the need for risk assessment in the workplace, the implementation of the necessary control measures and adequate communication to sustain a health and safety culture within the workforce.
CITB Temporary Works General Awareness (1 day): This course is for people involved with the Temporary Works process but not as the role of Supervisor or Coordinator. It covers what constitutes temporary works, how they are used, their safety critical importance, common temporary works issues and the temporary works management process.
CITB Temporary Works Supervisor (1 day): The course gives emphasis throughout to the importance of communication, co-ordination, co-operation and competency (the ‘4Cs’), risk management, safety and business relations.
CITB Temporary Works Coordinator (2days):This course extends the emphasis of the ‘4Cs’ allowing successful learners to understand the need for and duties of a Temporary Works Co-ordinator, the role of others and to have a detailed knowledge and understanding of BS5975 in respect of this role