CITB has developed this standard in discussion with industry
Minimum ½ day of 3 learning hours
The purpose of this standard is to provide overview knowledge of installing inset road studs by both the milling and drilling methods.
The scope of this standard covers:
- inset road stud: types, uses, and performance
- how to plan to install inset road studs
- how to install inset road studs by milling
- how to install inset road studs by drilling
- setting out regulations
- how to fill cavities
- how to remove inset road studs
- how to dispose of waste materials
- safety for workers, their vehicles, and other road users
- legislation for: road users, road vehicles, and road traffic.
Training delivered against this standard is relevant to the following occupational group(s):
- operative and craft to level 2
There are no candidate pre-requisites as part of this standard. However, it would be beneficial if candidates had experience in thermoplastic road marking operations.
As a minimum, course instructors must be able to demonstrate that, in relation to this standard, they have:
- a train the trainer or instructional techniques course certificate
- successfully completed training to this standard
- at least 2 years relevant industrial experience
- a verifiable CV.
The following methods may be used in the delivery of this standard:
- practical training: off the job simulated environment (not on the roads)
- theory training: classroom
The class size and candidate/instructor ratio must allow training to be delivered in a safe manner and enable candidates to achieve the learning outcomes.
All materials and equipment must be of a suitable quality and quantity for candidates to achieve learning outcomes and must comply with relevant legislation.
Learning should include at least 25% of learning activities to suit scenario examples, and simulated practical examples.
Demonstrate operation of mobile equipment and vehicles, with delegates as passengers and observers, off the road, in a closed-access area.
Candidates may be able to try some basic practical tasks under close supervision and coaching, off the job, after a risk assessment has been completed and risks addressed. This is merely to sample the range of work types, not to gain competency.
This standard is considered to contain 51% or more practical training.
There is no requirement for training delivered against this standard to be formally assessed. For the successful completion of training, the trainer must be satisfied that the candidate has achieved all of the learning outcomes.
Quality assurance against this standard will require initial approval of the training organisation and their content mapped to the standard.
CITB will also conduct an approval intervention, either desk-based or centre visit, to ensure the training organisation can meet the requirements of the training standard.
Approved training organisations (ATOs) will be required to present information on records of training and assessment upon request to CITB for desk based analysis. They will also be visited annually by the CITB quality assurance team.
Non-mandatory refresher every 3 years.
Either on request or 3 years from approval date.
The candidate will be able to:
Additional guidance to support learning outcome
Describe inset road stud: types, uses, and performance
Describe how to plan to install inset road studs
Describe how to install inset road studs by milling
|Describe how to install inset road studs by drilling
|Describe the setting out regulations
|Describe how to fill cavities
|Describe how to remove inset road studs
|Describe how to dispose of waste materials
|Describe safety for workers, their vehicles, and other road users
|Describe main legislation for: road users, road vehicles, and road traffic
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