Cost: £795+Vat (Inclusive of City & Guilds Registration, Certification and Training Materials)
This Safety Harness Train the Trainer course is a 2 days course which is specifically designed for any person who is involved with working at height and the use of harnesses. You will be able to train basic safe working at height along with the safe use of harnesses.
The training also covers the inspection, fitting and use of fall restraint and fall arrest harnesses.
This Safety Harness Trainer course is suitable for training employees in industries such as
• Roof Work
For the trainee to be able to deliver their own courses in Harness Safety training and basic Working at Height. The training also covers the inspection, fitting and use of fall restraint harnesses.Certification Levels:
City & Guilds Profile of Achievement AwardLocation:
Lakeside House, The Lakes, Bedford Road, Northampton, NN4 7HD. We can also bring this training to you, ask for more infoContact Person:
Tel: 01604 472277
email: [email protected]
All handouts with underpinning knowledge, PowerPoint Presentation, Lesson Plan, Step-by-Step Guide, Trainer’s Manual, Practical and Theory Assessment Guidance, Key faults found in learners, Post Course Telephone help-line, City & Guilds Certification and
Length Of Course:
2 daysLearning Outcome:
By the end of the course the participant will be able to display an understanding of:
• Basic overview of the Work at Height Regulations
• Hazards and risks when working at height
• Fall prevention, fall restraint & fall arrest.
• Harness types and standards
• Component parts of fall arrest systems
• Pre-use inspection of harnesses and lanyards
• Correct wearing and fitting of harnesses (practical exercise)
• Storage and care of equipment
• Rescue provision requirements
• Structuring and delivering training including dealing with various learning styles
• Assessment of trainees
£795 + VAT per person inclusive of:
• Registration and certification
• All course materials
There is a written test and the trainees will be assessed on the practical element.
The training involves candidate participation with the emphasis on the practical element of the training. On day two the candidate will carry out a practical training session on which they will be assessed.
The candidate will complete a pre-course questionnaire, a mid-course interview and a post-course professional discussion to fulfil the requirements of the City and Guilds Profile of Achievement criteria.
We provide a post course advisory service to the instructors who have attended our course.
National Training Services operates an equal opportunities policy.
|Tue, Wed||08:30 AM — 04:30 PM|
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