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€310 per participant
1 Day Course
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Next Available Dates:

Temporary Works Designated Individual 25th March 2024

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Temporary Works Designated Individual 17th June 2024

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CBR City & Guilds Assured Temporary Works Coordinator Two Day Programme

This innovative 1 day course is designed to provide an overview and appreciation of this often contentious area of construction activity. It is suitable for company directors, H&S consultants,  builders and specialist contractors, utilities, civil engineering contractors, PSCS’s and PSDP’s wishing to gain knowledge in the field of temporary works and construction method engineering.

The course is based on Section 2 Procedural control of temporary works of BS 5975:2019 and includes an in depth review of current legislation, relevant codes of practice and available best practice guidance in the industry. Detailed, well designed course handouts are issued to delegates, however structural calculations do not form part of the program.

The program will not make the learner competent unless they have the previous skills, knowledge and experience to undertake the role. It is intended that the program will provide the learner with the technical training required to support them in the role.

This is a one day programme delivered over one day.

Full attendance of the 1 day course is required.

There is an examination at the end of the course which consists of 20 multiple choice questions, all of which are based on the course content delivered over the day. This is an open book examination.

All Upcoming Courses:

Temporary Works Designated Individual 25th March 2024

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Temporary Works Designated Individual 17th June 2024

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Temporary Works Designated Individual 23rd Sept 2024

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Temporary Works Designated Individual 16th Dec 2024

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Course Aims

  • To clarify what constitutes ‘Temporary Works’ and familiarise delegates with newly released BS 5975:2019 Code of Practice for temporary work procedures & the permissible stress design of falsework and the tools available to help with the process.
  • To allow delegates to appreciate the statutory requirements and Health & Safety roles and responsibilities relating to Temporary Works.
  • The course gives emphasis throughout to the importance of communication, co-ordination and competency and risk management.
  • To assist the Designated Individuals in organisations by providing the skills and knowledge required to undertake the role within their organisations.
  • To be part of the company’s overall requirement for appointing competent Temporary Works Coordinators/Supervisors, who can supervise/implement the temporary works procedure.

Course Content

  • Examples and history of temporary works
  • Legislative H&S hierarchy
  • HSA and CIF temporary works guidance
  • Temporary works procedures to BS5975:2019
  • Roles of DI’s, TWC’s, TWS’s, TWD’s and TWDC’s
  • Implementation risk classification
  • Temporary works supporting documentation
  • DI specific roles for Client, Principal Contractor, Contractor, Designer and Supplier organisations

Exam & Certification

Attendees will have to complete and online exam comprising of multiple choice questions.  The duration of the exam is 30 minutes.

On successful completion candidates will be awarded: CBR City & Guilds Temporary Works Designated Individual Certificate.

Exam re-sits will incur a fee of €50.00

Terms & Conditions

  • 10 working days’ notice or less will incur a 50% cancellation fee.
  • 5 working days’ notice or less will incur a 100% cancellation fee.
  • A ‘no show’ on the day also incurs a 100% cancellation fee.
  • Substitute delegates are permitted on the course.
  • CBR reserves the right to cancel course dates in the event of insufficient delegate numbers.