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27th Jan 2016

BAF Instructor Accreditation

We are very pleased to confirm that three of our Abrasive Wheel instructors, Chris Crabtree, Robin King and Steve Booker, have again successfully completed their BAF Instructor Accreditation review and can continue to offer BAF (British Abrasive Federation) accredited Abrasive Wheel Training.
20th Jan 2016

Changes Coming to the Construction Related Occupation Card

The CRO Card is changing and will soon no longer be available after the introduction of the new green labourers CSCS card has resulted in applications rising from 3,000 to 12,000 a month. They will be replaced with qualification based cards which better indicate why people are on a construction site.
13th Jan 2016

IPAF Training - now supported with eLearning

The familiar IPAF’s Mobile Elevating Work Platform (MEWP) Operator training programme will be taking a giant step forward with the introduction of a new eLearning platform.
8th Jan 2016

Do Forklift Licences Expire?

After three years the NORS (National Operators Registration Scheme) registration expires on your RTITB Fork Lift Certification. The HSE have provided extensive guidance on driver refresher training and competence on their website. Click to find out more.
11th Dec 2015

Information on the CSCS Labourer Green Card

The latest CSCS Green Card for those working in construction demands that all must The latest CSCS Green Card for those working in construction demands that all must attend a Site Safety Plus Awareness Course or IOSH Working Safely Course and pass the CITB Test for operatives.
3rd Dec 2015

Changes to the CITB certification expiry grace period

CITB are changing their grace periods for their Construction Skills Courses as of 31st December 2015. Delegates looking to refresh either their SSSTS or SMSTS qualifications will now no longer have a 6 month period after the expiration date. Click here to see how this may affect you.