What is the CITB Health and Safety Awareness Course?
The CITB Health and Safety Awareness Certificate is aimed at those who are in the construction and civil engineering industry or have recently entered the industry.
It is a one day course, which after successful completion will provide delegates with the knowledge and certification required for the Green CSCS Labourer (Green) card as well as an understanding of the potential hazards they could face on site within the construction and civil engineering industry.
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6 Apr - Uffculme, Devon
17 Apr - Badgeworth
27 Apr - Plymouth, Devon
4 May - Uffculme, Devon
11 May - Little Stoke, Bristol
18 May - Plymouth, Devon
22 May - Frenchay, Bristol
29 May - Badgeworth
1 Day class. Please see below for class dates and times.
For onsite training please call the WTC office on 01884 675101 for more information.
Site safety and the safety of others / Typical construction hazards / Legal requirements and liabilities / Working at height / Manual Handling / Fire prevention / Work equipment / Occupational Health
Certification and Assessment
Assessment is carried out via multiple choice questions at the end of the course. Successful candidates will receive the CITB Site Safety Plus Certificate which is renewable every 5 years.
Cost of Course
Cost includes cost of publication, registration/certification and lunch/refreshments)
(£118.80 inc VAT)
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Pass the CITB Health, Safety and Environment test
This is a multiple choice computer based test completed at an approved test centre. You will have 50 questions to answer and will need 47 correct answers to pass the test.
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You will need to send proof of attendance to the 1 day course listed above
Full attendance throughout the duration of the training is required.
All delegates must have a good understanding of written and spoken English. (Please note that translators are not permitted to attend)
Special considerations and reasonable adjustments
• Delegates with special assessment requirements can request the assistance of the invigilator, if required. Discussions to accommodate delegates with special requirements should be arranged prior to the course and separate arrangements must be put in place.
• Prior to course commencement, approved training organisations should identify any special requirements that delegates may have, such as physical disabilities, including sight, hearing or writing, and learning or reading difficulties (for example, dyslexia). It is important to remember that sensitive information about the delegate has been offered voluntarily and it should be respected as confidential and in accordance with Data Protection legislation.
• In circumstances where assistance is required WT Consultancy should know that under the Equality Act 2010, the approved training organisation is specifically required to make ‘reasonable adjustments’ or give ‘special consideration’ to enable everyone to compete equally. However, this must not affect the integrity of the examination.
• Check with the delegate to find out what support they need and be prepared to arrange for adaptations (for example, the examination can be held in a separate room and questions can be read to the delegate), which may include additional staff support.
If delegate is under 18, they will need to bring with them a signed Parental Consent Form
Before initiating a complaint, you may wish to take advice, those available to help include:
• The person conducting the training
• The Management Systems Representative
• The Managing Director
Please request the full complaints procedure by calling 01884 675101