A business critical requirement to safe management of TW
Our CITB Accredited Temporary Works Co-ordinator Training Course (TWCTC) is specifically designed to empower on-site personnel with the responsibility of managing all categories and types of Temporary Works. This leading course equips Temporary Works Co-ordinators (TWCs) with comprehensive insights into their role as a TWC, the involvement of other key stakeholders such as Temporary Works Supervisors (TWS)/Designers, and an in-depth understanding of BS5975:2019, the authoritative standard.
This highly informative course comes with endorsements from recognised organisations like the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), Temporary Works Forum, UK Construction Group (UKCG), and Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA).
WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE
This course is ideal for Project Managers, Site Engineers, Designers, Senior Managers, Supervisors, Health and Safety professionals and any delegates engaged with contractors responsible for the planning, designing and managing Temporary Works. If you hold or aspire to undertake a Temporary Works Coordinator role, this course is tailor-made for you.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN
By enrolling onto this Temporary Works Co-ordinators (TWCs) you will learn:
- Grasp the necessity and duties entailed in the role of a Temporary Works Co-ordinator
- Comprehend the collaborative significance of other involved stakeholders
- Attain a comprehensive knowledge of BS5975 in relevance to the Temporary Works Co-ordinator role
- Familiarize with different forms of Temporary Works through engaging case studies, policies, and procedures
- Stay current with updated regulations, including BS5975 and CDM Regulations
- Gain insights into crucial Regulations and Codes of Practice governing Temporary Works
- Temporary Works Register & Design management familiarity
- Understand Design checks & Standard solutions for Temporary Works, categories and hazard risk
- Develop competence in Temporary Works monitoring & supervision, ensuring safety and efficiency
- Understand the integration of Temporary Works Co-ordinators with Risk Assessments and Method Statements
- Discover more about the role of the Designated Individual (DI) and external sources of support
DURATION: 2-day course.
DELIVERY METHOD: We offer multiple convenient learning options, including Open Courses in the Midlands and wider UK, On-Site training, and Online Remote Delivery.
ASSESSMENTS: Theoretical assessment, ensuring competency.
CERTIFICATION: Successful completion of the course you will gain a CITB approved certificate as a Temporary Works Coordinator (TWC).
- Participants are expected to possess a good spoken and written English as required by the Scheme Rules.
- Tailored In-House Courses: For organisations seeking customised training aligned with their unique processes/procedures, we can create specialised in-house courses
- TWCTC-Refresher (R) Eligibility: Only learners who have previously completed TWCTC or the TWCTC refresher within the last five years qualify for TWCTC-R
Temporary works represent a mission-critical aspect of business operations and co-ordination. To effectively meet this demand, BS 5975:2019 advocates the adoption of a management process with the Temporary Works Co-ordinator (TWC) playing a pivotal role. Irrespective of project scale, temporary works can present substantial risks; hence, adherence to the guidelines set forth in BS 5975:2019 assumes utmost importance. Our course emphasises the indispensable ‘4Cs’ – communication, co-ordination, co-operation, and competency – throughout the training journey, fostering a culture of excellence and safety in temporary works management.
Take a look at the Temporary Works Forums “Safe Management of TW for Small to Medium Sized Enterprise” blog https://lnkd.in/ensPbvGF
SHORT COURSE GRANT: This course is eligible for the following short course grant via CITB:-
- Grant Rate & Tier: £140 (Tier 2) | Grant Code: Automatic Payment
SKILLS & TRAINING FUND: Are you a CITB-Registered employer, up to date with your Levy return and employ between 1-250 direct staff or CIS (No PAYE). If you answered yes, this training MAY be offset with funding as part of an application for between £2,500 up to £25,000 for training your workforce. Click our link for more information and/or contact the PGL team for our dedicated application support service: Skills and Training fund – CITB