Supported by several leading organisations such as CECA, Build UK, HSE and FMB, this CITB Temporary Works Coordinator Training Course in Stoke is the choice for safety and quality. Delivered by the experts at Acadame, TWCTC offers learners a comprehensive understanding of how to approach the management of temporary works on site.
CITB pay grants for the achievement of approved short courses, which last from 3 hours to 29 days and are focused on the core construction skills needed across the industry. Find out more
The two day Temporary Works Co-Ordinator Training Course (TWCTC) is designed to assist those on site who have responsibility for managing all forms of temporary works. The course has been designed to give confidence to senior management, and to ensure that those who engage contractors have an assessed standard of knowledge.
Assessment will be by multiple choice questions at the end of the course. Learners are also expected to be interactive during the course.
1. Describe types of temporary works
Describe the different types of temporary works and temporary works solutions, and the impact of their failure on health and safety on construction sites.
1. The history of temporary works
Describe the history that set requirements for a series of changes, creating a robust, safety conscious process for the design, management, installation and removal of temporary works.
2. The consequences of failure
Describe the consequences of failure and the importance of avoiding failure in relation to the 3Ps and 4Cs.
1. Health and safety law
Describe the purpose of health and safety legislation and the different legislative requirements that must be followed to ensure that it is fulfilled.
2. The Health and Safety at Work etc. Act (HASWA)
State the legal duties of the employer, the self-employed and, to a lesser extent, the employee to promote health and safety awareness and effective standards of safety management by every employer.
3. Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (CDM)
State the CDM Regulations that cover the management of health, safety and welfare on construction projects. Identify what they cover, what they require, what needs to be done and who needs to do it.
1. Stakeholders’ and duty holders’ responsibilities and accountabilities
Describe the key roles and responsibilities of the primary stakeholders responsible for managing the safe implementation, management and dismantling of temporary works, including the appointment of key roles.
1. Management and control of design
Explain the management and control of the design, materials, components and key solutions.
2. Key processes
Describe the key processes that form a safe system of work.
State the key elements involved in appointing competent organisations, designers and contractors to manage the execution of the works on site.
4. Risk classification
Describe the importance of risk classification and its impact on design and risk management.
1. Key activities required during the active life of the temporary works
Explain how to manage, coordinate and supervise during the construction, erection and dismantling of temporary works
The classroom course is held over 2 days.
There are no formal entry requirements. However, delegates should hold, or be about to hold, the role of a TWC and have a good understanding of spoken and written English. If you have any concerns in this area, please call us.