The Temporary Works Coordinator course is tailored for those who are responsible for managing all forms of temporary works.
CITB Temporary Works Coordinator Course Content
The content covered by the CITB course includes:
- Various groups and types of Temporary Works
- Case studies, procedures and policies of Temporary Works
- CDM Regulations
- Legislation and relevant Codes of Practice
- Register for Temporary Works, design requirements and checks
- Standard solutions and guidance design documents
- Temporary works Co-ordinator – job role and responsibilities
What are the Course Objectives?
By the end of the training course, the delegate will gain knowledge of:
- The need for a temporary works co-ordinator
- The day to day roles of others involved in the temporary works procedures
- Risk assessments and method statements
- Best procedures as stated in BS 5975:2019
What are the Course Entry Requirements?
Delegates must have an understanding of spoken and written English. We also suggest that the attendee has a decent background knowledge of temporary works. Photographic ID and the delegate’s national insurance number must be provided on the first day of the course.
Remote online training information
- To attend the remote Temporary Works Coordinator online course delegates must have access to a computer, laptop, tablet or phone that uses a microphone and webcam.
- Connection quality is the responsibility of the delegate. If you have any issues connecting to zoom please visit their System Requirements for PC, Mac, and Linux here.
- Please login before the course start time, late arrivals may not be able to attend.
- You will be asked to present your photographic ID over webcam on the course.
- All necessary course materials will be provided in digital format.
What is required to pass the CITB Temporary Works Coordinator course?
To successfully complete and pass the Temporary Works Coordinator course you will need to get 72% or above in the final exam. The instructor encourages the delegates to be interactive and involved throughout the training.
How long is the Temporary Works Coordinator course?
Who should attend the Temporary Works Coordinator course?
Managers, Agents, Supervisors
Is the Temporary Works Coordinator course accredited?
Yes theTemporary Works Coordinator course is accredited by the CITB.
When does my CITB TWC certificate expire?
Your Temporary Works Coordinator certificate expires after five years
Is this course CITB Grant claimable?
Yes, you can claim £70.00 as long as you provide us with your CITB Levy number either at the time of booking or on the day first day of the course.
CITB Temporary Works Coordinator Course Dates for Year 2021
- 26 Aug – 27 Aug 2021
- 30 Aug – 31 Aug 2021
- 02 Sep – 03 Sep 2021
- 07 Sep – 08 Sep 2021
- 09 Sep – 10 Sep 2021
- 13 Sep – 14 Sep 2021
- 16 Sep – 17 Sep 2021
- 20 Sep – 21 Sep 2021
- 23 Sep – 24 Sep 2021
- 27 Sep – 28 Sep 2021
- 30 Sep – 01 Oct 2021
- 04 Oct – 05 Oct 2021
- 07 Oct – 08 Oct 2021
- 11 Oct – 12 Oct 2021
- 14 Oct – 15 Oct 2021
- 18 Oct – 19 Oct 2021
- 20 Oct – 21 Oct 2021
- 25 Oct – 26 Oct 2021
- 28 Oct – 29 Oct 2021
- 04 Nov – 05 Nov 2021
- 11 Nov – 12 Nov 2021
- 15 Nov – 16 Nov 2021
- 18 Nov – 19 Nov 2021
- 22 Nov – 23 Nov 2021
- 25 Nov – 26 Nov 2021
- 29 Nov – 30 Nov 2021
- 02 Dec – 03 Dec 2021
- 06 Dec – 07 Dec 2021
- 09 Dec – 10 Dec 2021
- 16 Dec – 17 Dec 2021
- 20 Dec – 21 Dec 2021
- 23 Dec – 24 Dec 2021
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