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CISRS Part 1 – Tube & Fitting

Duration: 10 days

Attendees:
Delegates must hold a valid CISRS Trainee or scaffolder labourers card for a minimum of 6 months. Delegate must also have minimum of 6 months practical experience of scaffolding operations e.g. labouring, carrying our simple scaffolding operations under the direct supervision of a qualified scaffolder

Objective:

Part 1 introduces candidates to basic scaffold structures and configurations, looking at the types of fittings and their uses. The course also covers interpreting basic scaffold drawings, preparing the work area, understanding scaffolding terminology and the limitations of scaffolding components. Training on NASC guidance such as TG20 and SG4 provides the candidates with the underpinning knowledge required to worth both safely and to best practice. To achieve the standard of Part 1, the candidates must demonstrate the ability to assemble basic scaffolds by completing the individual end practical test and passing the theory question paper.

Content:

Training Terms and Conditions

Half-day Fall Prevention & Rescue Training (SG4)

Health & Safety Awareness

Performance Standards (BS EN 12810/11 and TG20:13)

General Scaffolding Awareness

Manual Handling Techniques

Foundations & Ground Conditions

Methods of Access

Gin Wheel, Ropes, Knots & Hitches

Interpretation of Drawings

Independent Tied Scaffold (theory & practical)

Putlog Scaffold (theory & practical)

Static Tower Scaffolds (theory & practical)

Birdcage Scaffolds (theory & practical)

Alterations to Scaffolds (e.g. changing a lift height)

TG20 Stair Access (theory & practical)

MATS; Mobile Access Tower, Training for Scaffolders (theory and practical)

Scaffold Inspection (theory)

50 Question Test Paper

Practical Test

Certification:
Successful delegates will receive a CISRS Certificate, and can apply for their current CISRS card to be endorsed with the CISRS Part 1 scaffolding training.

Progression:

Following the Part 1 course, each candidate must gain a minimum of 6 months experience holding the CISRS Part 1 Trainee card in order to attend the CISRS Part 2 course. To become a qualified CISRS Scaffolder, the candidate must then complete the NVQ Level 2 qualification and attend a 1-day Skills Test at a CISRS training centre.

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