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Short Courses

Short courses available with 3B Training.
3B Training deliver a variety of short courses.
3B Training's short courses are a day or less of training.

We offer a range of short courses that are ideal for anyone who is looking to learn new skills. Our short courses include CAT & Genny, CDM, RAMS, COSHH, Manual handling, Abrasive wheels, amongst others.

These short courses can also be delivered as an in-house course specifically for your delegates. Get in touch with us if you want to book an in-house course, and our friendly team members would be happy to assist you.

  • Abrasive Wheels Training Course

    The Abrasive Wheels short course teaches the delegates how to use an abrasive wheel and how to inspect types of wheels.

  • Banksman Training

    Our Banksman short course is suitable for anyone who has responsibility for traffic movement on site.

  • CAT and Genny Training

    This CAT and Genny short course is designed to give delegates a greater knowledge of how to safely conduct cable avoidance operations.

  • CDM Course

    Short course suitable for those who would benefit from a better understanding of their roles in relation to CDM Regulations.

  • COSHH Awareness Course

    This course informs you of the dangers of chemical substances to make sure you’re following the relevant rules and regulations.

  • Face Fit Train The Tester

    This course teaches you how to conduct face fit tests on your workforce.

  • Fire Warden Training Course

    This training gives you an understanding of how to deal with fire hazards and how to lower risks in the workplace.

  • Manual Handling Training Course

    Our Manual Handling course teaches you how to manage and lift heavy loads correctly without injuring yourself.

  • Risk Assessment and Method Statement

    Our Risk Assessment course teaches you how to write an effective Risk Assessment and Method Statement.

  • Spill Kit Training Course

    Spill Kit training covers the risks involved with handling, storing and dispensing liquids and the dangers they can cause.

  • Safe Use Of Ladders & Step Ladders Course

    Provides delegates with the relevant knowledge on how to use ladders safely.

  • Safety Harness Training Course

    A short course that is designed for anyone who uses a harness in the workplace.

  • Sharps Awareness Training Course

    Short course that raises awareness of the dangers associated with sharp objects and handling/disposing of them incorrectly.

  • Signing, Lighting and Guarding Course

    A short course that’s designed to educate delegates on how to set out signs, cones, barriers and traffic lights on new roads and street works sites.

  • Working At Heights Awareness Course

    Working at Heights Awareness short course is designed for delegates who are involved with working at height.

  • UKATA Asbestos Awareness Course

    UKATA accredited short course that is suitable for anyone in a role where they are exposed to asbestos.

  • Understanding The Building Safety Act

    This course will provide an overview of the Building Safety Act to Directors, partners, and anyone who is implementing the Building Safety Act in the built environment.

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Frequently asked questions

  • What does a CAT and Genny detect?
    What does a CAT and Genny detect?

    CAT and Genny consists of two separate tools, Cable Avoidance Tool (CAT) and Signal Generator (Genny).

    The Cable Avoidance Tool is used to locate underground cables and pipes; while the Signal Generator tool emits a specific signal that is detected by the CAT.

  • What are CDM regulations?

    CDM regulations are health and safety regulations that apply to construction projects.

    They aim to make sure that construction work is carried out safely.

    Also, they ensure that the health and safety risks throughout a project is managed.

  • What is a Method Statement?

    A Method Statement describes the steps and processes required to manage any risks identified during the risk assessment. It would include the necessary resources and precautions that are needed to carry out the tasks safely.

  • When should I renew my SWQR card?

    You can renew your SWQR card when it expires, or within five years after the expiry date.

  • When do I need Working at Heights Training?

    Working at Heights training is needed when your job role involves working at heights where there is a risk of falling.


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