CITB Temporary Works Supervisor Training Course (TWSTC)
Providing on-site supervisory guidance – this course helps the delegate gain a full understanding of the role, including a thorough knowledge of temporary works.
Delegates will be able to identify typical hold points, inspections and permits required as part of the management of temporary works on site and act under the guidance of the Temporary Works Coordinator.
Course duration is 1 day
Who should attend:
This Site Safety Plus course is ideal for anyone on site who has responsibility for supervising temporary works. The course will provide the delegate with a thorough knowledge of the role, including a sound understanding of Temporary works.
Delegates will gain knowledge and understanding of temporary works, role of the temporary works supervisor and the roles of others. The 1 day course covers the importance of communication, coordination, co-operation and competency, risk management, and safety and business relations. The course will also allow the Temporary Works Supervisor to have a detailed knowledge and understanding of BS5975 in respect of this role.
There will be a multiple choice test on completion of this course. Successful delegates will be able to demonstrate thorough knowledge and improved ability to supervise the temporary works process.
Successful delegates will be issued with a certificate valid for 5 years. To remain certified in this area, delegates will need to retake the course before the expiry date.
This Temporary Works Supervisor Training Course is listed in the Construction Training Directory. Delegates’ achievements will be listed on the Construction Training Register.
There are no set entry requirements for this qualification, however, delegates must have a good understanding of spoken and written English.
Lunch will be provided, along with refreshments when delivered at a Sanctus Training venue.
Mandatory course materials:
CITB certification £37.50 (VAT exempt) – chargeable at point of booking.
Very thought provoking and interesting. Interesting to learn about expected roles and responsibilities/ exposure to potential risk etc."
(The course content) was very informative."
A very good course."