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How to become a Site Safety Plus (SSP) centre

To work with us and become a Site Safety Plus (SSP) centre, you need to be able to meet the scheme requirements. Read on to learn about these requirements and the process for becoming a SSP centre.

The fees for taking up Site Safety Plus/Construction Training courses are listed below:

The fees for taking up Site Safety Plus/Construction Training courses
Approval fees

Centre visit fee
Prior to obtaining centre approval a visit will take place with one of our Quality Advisors to ensure you have everything in place – this fee needs to be paid prior to the visit taking place


New centre approval fee
This fee will be charged once your visit has taken place and all relevant contracts have been returned and accepted


Renewal fee
This fee is charged annually in line with your centre expiry date on return of your authorisation to renew the centre approval


Tutor fees
Tutor fees
These fees are chargeable for any tutor application submitted outside of new centre approval/centre renewal.

New Tutor not currently registered with any other SSP providers


Tutor already registered with another SSP provider for the same courses being applied for.


Tutor is registered with another SSP provider, but not approved to deliver the course being applied for


The other fees for taking up Site Safety Plus/Construction Training courses
Other fees

Delegate fee
This fee is charged per delegate as an administration fee, this is charged for all course assessment reports returned to us detailing pass, fail or re-sit 


Duplicate certificate fee
This fee is charged per individual


Additional visit fee
This fee is charged for any additional Quality Advisor visits you may request


You need to:

  1. Read the scheme rulescentre standard terms and the product's form of agreement to make sure that you can meet all the requirements.
  2. Select which SSP courses you want to offer - you will need to refer to the relevant appendix in the scheme rules for each course you want to take up.
  3. Refer to scheme fees to work out how much it will cost you to become a SSP centre
  4. Fill in an initial enquiry form:
    • This form should be completed in full, even if you are a CITB Centre or Approved Training Organisation (ATO) applying to offer a different product.

We will be in touch within 10 working days of receiving your initial enquiry and advise you on how to make a full application.

Our Site Safety Plus and Construction Training courses are CITB training products delivered by a network of centres and providers. To ensure a standardised and reliable programme is delivered, our training providers are quality assured by occupationally expert and qualified external quality advisors.

As an approved training provider, you can expect to receive an annual monitoring visit. The quality advisor’s key role is to give you guidance, advice and support in relation to the course content and administration process. The visit will also focus on the robustness of training delivered to delegates to constantly improve the standards of delivery. You will be notified in advance of a visit taking place.

Our quality advisors possess professional qualifications, have relevant industry experience and are expected to provide annual proof of ongoing continuous professional development (CPD).

Full details can be found in the scheme rules.

Quality assurance appeal process April 2023 (PDF, 68KB)