CITB Temporary Works Coordinator On-Site
This course is designed to assist those on site who have responsibility for managing all forms of...
- 1,995 British pounds£1,995
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Overview of the CITB TWCTC Course The Temporary works coordinator training course (TWCTC) is designed to assist those on site who have responsibility for managing all forms of temporary works. The course has been designed to give confidence to senior management, and to ensure that those who engage contractors have an assessed standard of knowledge.This course will give the delegate a thorough knowledge of the temporary works coordinator (TWC) role. However, this does not make a delegate competent by itself. Competence requires other attributes, such as experience. Entry requirements There are no formal entry requirements. However, delegates should hold, or be about to hold, the role of a TWC. Assessment Assessment will be by a multiple-choice examination at the end of the course. Delegates will also be expected to interact and participate during the course. The examination paper is compulsory and consists of 25 multiple-choice questions selected by CITB. It forms the basis of assessing whether a delegate has achieved a sufficient level of understanding to be awarded the Temporary works coordinator training course (TWCTC) certificate. The examination lasts for 30 minutes and must be completed within this time. The examination is open book. The examination pass mark is 72% Length of Course This course is designed to be completed over two consecutive days. Delegates are required to attend both days (14 hours) and to pass the end-of-course assessment to be eligible for certification. The natural progression from this course would be to either the Site management safety training scheme (SMSTS) or Director’s role for health and safety (DRHS) course, where duties allow. The course is supported by a number of organisations, including the Temporary Works forum, CECA, Build UK, HSE and FMB. This enables transferability of the training within the industry. Temporary works are safety- and business-critical and require careful coordination. An accepted way of achieving this is through the adoption of the management process outlined in BS 5975:2019, which introduces the temporary works coordinator (TWC) as a key figure. This course explains the role and its overall management context. Temporary works on both smaller and larger sites can be high risk. Therefore, understanding the essentials of good risk and safety management, as outlined in BS 5975:2019, is relevant for projects of all sizes.
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