CISRS Scaffolding part 2 - Tube and fitting or System Scaffold
This course is for people who have spent a minimum of six months on site since passing the Scaffolding Part 1 course.
Working as part of a team, you will learn how to safely erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding structures.
There are a number of System Scaffold categories available for this course. The categories include (codes in brackets):
- +8 (BAW028)
- Plettac Metrix (BAW02P)
- Layher (BAW02L)
- Cuplok (BAW02C)
- Kwikstage (BAW02K)
- Haki (BAW02H)
- Tradlok TBA
- Alustar TBA
- Correctly and safely erect truss-out, pavement gantry, loading bay, splay, protective fan, pre-fabricated beams and roof scaffolds
- Observe regulations governing the safe erection, inspection and dismantling of scaffolds and work methods to be adopted
- Determine the truss-out, pavement gantry, loading bay, splay, protective fan, use of prefabricated beams and roof scaffolds in system or proprietary systems where applicable
- Construct scaffolds to statutory regulations TG20 and
- BS EN12811-1, and follow the safe systems of work set out in the Safety Guidance Note 4 (SG4)
- Practical setting of anchors for tie testing
- NVQ/SVQ portfolio building and practical assessment.
- Grant available for eligible employers on a Training Plan.
- £50 per day for training days only.
- If you are a scaffolding contractor and have taken out a Training Plan since 1 August 2014, you are allowed to claim for this CISRS course separately from other training to preserve your PAYE and LOSC training day allowance.
Find out more about the grant and how to claim.
NCC East, NCC Midlands, NCC Scotland, NCC London, NCC South
- You must have passed the Scaffolding Part 1 course and have at least six months site experience.
- You will need to be able to climb up and down ladders safely.
- You must be capable of handling scaffold boards and steel scaffold poles.
- You must have a good understanding of spoken and written English.
Please contact us if you have any concerns in this area.
Assessment and exams
This course combines classroom-based theory, computer-based training and practical exercises. The final assessment involves both written and practical tests.
CISRS Scaffolding Part 2 certificate.
Once you’ve gained a further six months’ site experience and successfully completed your NVQ/SVQ, you may be invited back for a CISRS Level 2 Practical Skills Assessment.