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Duration: 10 Days
Attendees: Trainee’s must have at least 6 months practical scaffolding experience following the successful completion of the CISRS 10 Day Part 1 course before they can progress on to the CISRS 10 Day Part 2 scaffolder training.
Overall Objective: Health and Safety Awareness comparable to SSSTS, including Legislation, regulations, best practice and tool box talks
Half day instruction/training SG4 Basic Independent Tied Scaffold
Truss-out Scaffold Scaffolds with prefabricated beams
Protective fans Pavement gantry
Loading Bay Roof saddle scaffold
Splay Scaffold Roof Edge Protection
TG4 Tie Testing Tool box talks
Alterations (e.g. removing standards from a structure)
50 Question Test Paper (include intermediate test at the end of the 1st week)
The trainee operative will be able to interpret scaffold drawings.
The trainee operative will be able, as a member of a team, to erect, alter and dismantle the above scaffolds safely and in their correct sequence.
The ‘Scaffolder’ grade is the established trade competency for the scaffolding industry and enables Scaffolders to lead or partake in the majority of scaffolding operations, as covered by this training and assessment.
Note: Trainees Scaffolders should not be carrying our any work unless under the direct supervision of a CISRS Qualified Scaffolder.
An Operative is considered a trainee until they have completed CISRS Part1,Part2, CISRS 1 Day Skills Test, VQ Level 2 in Access operations and Rigging, and Health & Safety Test within the last 2 years when applying for their CISRS Card.