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At Apple Construction Group we are committed to delivering a wide portfolio of training courses to our clients. As an employer, you must ensure your employees receive appropriate health and safety training. We can assist with advising who may need training, what form the training may take and how to organise it.
Training means helping people to learn how to do something, telling people what they should or should not do, or simply giving them information. Training isn’t just about formal ‘classroom’ courses.
At Apple Consturction Group we are committed to delivering a wide portfolio of training courses to our clients. As an employer, you must ensure your employees receive appropriate health and safety training. We can assist with advising who may need training, what form the training may take and how to organise it.
The Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 requires you to provide whatever information, instruction, training and supervision as is necessary to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health and safety at work of your employees.
This is expanded by the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, which identify situations where health and safety training is particularly important, e.g. when people start work, on exposure to new or increased risks and where existing skills may have become rusty or need updating.
Like many employers, you may not be in a position to provide this training on your own, in which case you will need competent help. This is where TUTS Group can work with you to ensure you meet these legal requirements.
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No, the supervisor units and the operative units are different and specific to operative and supervisory duties.
Although some providers may offer a reduced duration course. TUTS Group guarantee the highest quality of training and candidate support, therefore our NRSW course is the full 5-days.
The 5 day course is for experienced candidates. If the candidate is a complete novice, we offer an 8 day training course that covers all training elements also.
Yes, if you have no knowledge or prior experience within the role, or are not familiar with the new specification, then we would strongly recommend that you attend the longer duration course.
NRSW must be delivered at an approved training location, which has been certified by the awarding body. It is possible to organise this for your site but may take a long time to arrange and be cost-inefficient.
No you do not need a CSCS card to qualify NRSW units.
Units 1-6 & 9 for Operatives and Units 1, 10-14 & 16 for Supervisors as standard. Units 7 & 15 are also available upon request.
No, NRSW is a qualification for working on public highways up to A-Road classification, dual carriageway with a cap at 60mph.
5 years from the point of expiry. Your card will expire after 5 years, you will then be able to renew your card (by attending the reassessment course) within 5 years.
In order to attend our 5-day course you should have at least 6 months of experience working on or around the public highway.
We internally verify all paperwork within 72hrs of course completion and request your certificates & cards at this time. Most certificates and cards are received within 4-6 weeks (depending on any delays with the awarding body).
Our team of friendly advisors are ready and waiting to help find the right course for you.