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Found 7 short duration training standards. The standards are sorted in alphabetical order

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Drainage and stormwater management in construction

This training standard is in development and will be published shortly

Formwork introduction

The purpose of training delivered against this standard is to provide candidates with an introduction to Formwork and its associated risks to health and safety and environment.

Machine control for machine operators

The purpose of this standard is to understand the principles and practices of using machine control for any aspect of groundworks and road construction. It is aimed at machine operators who are required to work with machine control equipment.

Machine control for site engineers

The purpose of this standard is to understand the principles and practices of using machine control for any aspect of groundwork's and road construction.

Safe Excavation Techniques in Construction

The purpose of this standard is to provide the delegate with the knowledge to support the following: Scope: • spoil characteristics safe storage and removal of excavated material • maintain a safe environment • maintain tools and equipment • underground and above ground services • permits to work • working at height near excavations • safety signs and signals • emergency procedures • banksman role and responsibilities • transportation of loads • hazards – all common plant and plant machinery • hazards – collapse, noise, environmental and services • legislation, regulations and approved guidance • topsoil and subsoil characteristics • proprietary trench support • marking out and measuring • the effects of adverse weather conditions

Steelfixing introduction

The purpose of this standard is to provide the delegate with the knowledge to support the following: principles of reinforcing concrete including but not limited to pre-cast, post-tension; storing different types and quality of steel; methods used to determine cover for rebar; read and decipher information from rebar drawings and schedules covering 3D formats generated from design software; methods of tying and when different ties are used; risk awareness and hazard recognition and mitigation; deciding between pre-fabrication and in situ steelfixing; how to read steelfixing drawings and schedules; how to prefabricate a small ground beam from a drawing and schedule; pre-pour, placement and post-placement inspections.

Steelfixing introduction - refresher

The purpose of the Steelfixing introduction – refresher course is for delegates who have previously passed the full Steelfixing introduction course or subsequent refresher course and can provide proof of attendance.