Scaffolding and Working at Heights Courses
We offer a range of courses designed for those who are working at height. These courses cover how to do your work safely, the relevant PPE and how to access and egress the work safely
Basic Scaffolding Inspection
Accredited CISRS courses help the delegate not only gain an understanding of scaffolding construction in all its different forms, but also the procedures of inspecting scaffolds and working to current legislation.
Advanced Scaffolding Inspection
This two day course is designed for those who are responsible for inspecting complex scaffolds to help gain a further understanding of health and safety regulations during the inspection process of a complex design.
This courses allows attendees to learn best health and safety practice when using mobile access towers and working at heights, and is vital training for those who are looking to work on a mobile tower.
Working At Heights Awareness
While it is advised that individuals must avert from working at heights as much as feasible, safety training is still required not just for those in construction work, but for maintenance and emergency services too.
Safety Harness Training
This course is specifically designed for anyone who works regularly whilst wearing a harness or lanyard for support. A poor fitting harness can prove very dangerous; that is why training is vital for those who commonly use a harness whilst working at height.
Safe Use Of Ladders & Step Ladders
The course aims to ensure the delegates attending are competent in using a ladder or a stepladder and know when it is an appropriate situation to use them. Anyone who works above two metres is deemed to be working at heights so therefore if you use a ladder in your occupation this course would be very beneficial for the safety of you and others.
Introduction to Scaffold Inspection
The course is designed to give the delegates attending an introduction into scaffold inspection and the regulations surrounding working at height.
Managing Scaffold Operations Safely
The Managing Scaffold Operations Safely course is a one day course. The course provides delegates with the knowledge to manage and control scaffolding operations safely.
Harness & Leading Edge Training
The Harness & Leading Edge Training course is designed to educate the delegate of the range of harnesses, set up and associated tools relating to working at height on an adjustable lanyard or horizontal safety line.
The CISRS (COTS) course is designed to ensure that the operatives attending gain the relevant health and safety knowledge to be able to conduct their work on site safely.
Anglia Ruskin University
Bishop Hall Lane
Store First – Self Storage Building
Office 8 – 3B Training
Arch Durham Workspace
KCOM Craven Park
Poorhouse Lane off
Woodkirk Valley Country Club
Partnership for Learning
Tameside Business Park
Skylark Golf & Country Club
6-8 Meeting House Lane
28 Clarendon Road