CISRS ASI – Advanced Scaffold Inspection – Nottingham

£460.00 (Exc. VAT)

Course Duration 2 day
Certification CISRS Advanced Scaffolding Inspection Card
Grants & Funding Options available
Availability See Dates Below
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Below is our entry requirements for the course, please confirm you have the following before signing onto the course.

To attend a CISRS Advanced Scaffold Inspection course, candidates must have one of the following: Yes
  • Hold a CISRS BASIC SITS card for minimum of 2 years
  • Hold a CISRS Scaffolder Card for a minimum of 2 years
  • Hold a CISRS Advanced Card for a minimum of 2 years
One of the following must be provided prior to starting the course, these must have been taken within the last 2 years: Yes
  • CITB -Construction Skills Health, Safety and Environment Test
  • FAS Safe Pass
  • NEBOSH (General/Construction/International/) H&S Certificate
  • SMSTS Certificate
  • SSSTS Certificate
  • Current CCNSG Safety Passport (SCATS)
  • Current CCNSG Safety Passport Supervisor (SCATS)
  • Current MIST/BOSIET/OPITO Approved Offshore Certificate
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Start Date End Date
16 Aug 2021 17 Aug 2021 Fully Booked
18 Oct 2021 19 Oct 2021 Select Date

* By booking a course with us you are accepting our terms of business and cancellation policy.

This advanced CISRS scaffolder training course is designed for experienced scaffolders and scaffold inspectors who are responsible for inspecting scaffolds and completing reports in accordance with the Work at Height Regulations 2005. It’s also suitable for other professionals at a similar level who wish to expand their knowledge of scaffolding.

Delegates are required to have held a CISRS Basic Scaffold Inspection certificate or have been a qualified CISRS Scaffolder or Advanced Scaffolder for a minimum of 2 years to take this scaffold inspection course.

Successful delegates will receive a CISRS Completion Certificate, and we will apply for the CISRS Advanced Scaffold Inspection card for you. Delegates are required to send in advance or bring a current CSkills health and safety test or valid exemption to receive certification.

Delegates to bring hardhat and boots to course for practical elements.

Lunch and refreshments are provided.

To give the attendees more comprehensive and in-depth knowledge, to enable them to understand how to inspect complex scaffolding structures in accordance with the Work at Height Regulations. This is in addition to the skills needed to complete full scaffold inspection reports.

  • Introduction to Scaffolding & Scaffolding Terminology
  • The Work at Height Regulations 2005
  • British, European and Industry Standards (NASC)
  • Overview of SG4:15 – Preventing Falls in Scaffolding Operations
  • Tube, fittings & boards
  • Safe ladder access and egress
  • Scaffolders training and working methods
  • Bracing and tying scaffolds
  • Fan boards and public protection
  • Mobile, static and loading towers
  • Birdcage scaffolds
  • Beams and bridging beams
  • Various types of system scaffolding
  • How to carry out a scaffolding inspection
  • Scaffold tagging systems
  • Scaffold inspection exercise
  • Knowledge test and assessment.

Successful delegates will receive a CISRS Completion Certificate, and we will apply for the CISRS Advanced Scaffold Inspection card for you. 

CITB levy grants are available for eligible employers.
For further information please contact bookings@safetyaccess.co.uk

  1. These terms and conditions are in addition to the standard terms and conditions (Rev 2 06/99) of Safety & Access Ltd which are available for inspection upon request
  2. Course bookings will only be accepted upon receipt of a signed Safety & Access Ltd course booking form.
  3. Course fees must be paid in full prior to course commencing if no account held with Safety & Access Ltd.
  4. Safety & Access Ltd reserves the right to withhold the issue of training certificates, grant aid applications and NVQ paperwork until such time as the training/assessment is paid for in full
  5. Once a booking is confirmed, the following conditions will apply in respect of course cancellations. Cancellations are required in writing and will apply from date received.  Bank Holidays and Weekends are not included on time limits:
    1. For cancellations made 21 days or more before the course start date, full refund of course fee
    2. For cancellations made more than 14 days, but less than 21 days, before the course start date: 50% refund of course fee on cancellation or £50.00 administration fee on transfer to next available course. Transfers will not be accepted less than 5 working days before the course start date.
    3. For cancellation made less than 14 days before the course start date or non-arrival: Full fee payable
  6. Safety & Access Ltd reserves the right at its absolute discretion, and without liability, to cancel, alter or re-arrange courses for any reason including a lack of attendees; in which event attendees will be transferred to other courses or monies paid fully refunded
  7. Safety & Access Ltd reserve the right to remove any attendee(s) from the training course at any time if, in the opinion of Safety & Access Ltd, there is evidence of serious misconduct (including alcohol or drug misuse), or the continued attendance of the attendee would not be in the interests of the attendee or other attendees on that course, whether for reasons of safety or otherwise.  Full payment is applicable in this instance
  8. Construction Skills/CISRS/NVQ information on grant availability is given in good faith, it is the individual company’s responsibility to check eligibility with their local Construction Skills office
  9. Pre requisite evidence must be supplied within 6 months of the course date. If supplied after the 6 months period an additional charge for the application of the card will be invoiced for.