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CISRS Construction Operatives Training Scheme

Key Details

  • Available at:
    CIST-Llangefni
  • Study Mode:
    Part-time
  • Course Length:

    1 day

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CISRS Construction Operatives Training Scheme

Short Course

CIST-Llangefni
Tuesday, 18/06/2024

This course requires an interview before enrolment. Call us on 08445 460 460 for further information.

CIST-Llangefni
Friday, 16/08/2024

This course requires an interview before enrolment. Call us on 08445 460 460 for further information.

Course Description

This course would suit operatives who carry out labouring / driving duties in support of scaffold operations.

Successful completion of this course will give delegates CISRS certification and a Scaffold Labourer or Trainee card (included in cost).

Course Dates

CIST-Llangefni

This course requires an interview before enrolment. Call us on 08445 460 460 for further information.

DateTimeDaysHoursWeeksCostBookingsCode
18/06/202408:30 Tuesday7.001 £2100 / 10D0019290

CIST-Llangefni

This course requires an interview before enrolment. Call us on 08445 460 460 for further information.

DateTimeDaysHoursWeeksCostBookingsCode
16/08/202408:30 Friday7.001 £2100 / 10D0019291

Entry Criteria

Prior to attending the CISRS COTS course, the delegate(s) must have successfully passed a CSCS Health, Safety and Environmental test within 2 Years of the course date or hold a current CCNSG card.

Delivery

  • Classroom-taught
  • Practical exercises

Assessment

Written assessment

Progression

You could choose one of the many different courses available at Grŵp Llandrillo Menai.

Other details

Course type: Short Course

Level: N/A

Programme Area:

  • Construction and the Built Environment

Bilingual:

n/a

Construction and the Built Environment

Learn more about this area and see our course level guide:

Construction and the Built Environment

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