We offer Emergency First Aid Training Courses
We offer manual handling training, the course includes training on…
- Causes of manual handling injuries and the reason for manual handling training
- The function and shape of the human spine
- The function of intervertebral discs
- Understand the effects of static loading and the risks involved in team lifting
- Demonstrate an underpainting of formal and dynamic risk assessment identify and maintain PPE appropriate for manual handling operations
- Conduct all necessary safety checks at the work area
- Describe and demonstrate safe handling techniques
Safety Awareness (to get a CSCS Card)
Enhanced Skills Training is an accredited CITB Health, Safety and Environment ‘Touch-Screen-Test’ centre. You need to pass the HS&E test to apply for, or renew a CSCS Card.
The key aim of this test is to examine a candidates’ knowledge of health and safety, with a view to improving safety and general productivity on construction sites in the UK.
To obtain a trade-specifc CSCS card, be it a Green Labourer, Blue Skilled Worker, Gold Supervisor or Black Manager card, candidates must also demonstrate their occupational competence by completing the relevant NVQ.
- Understanding of the industry, the dangers of working in the industry and the responsibilities of the employer, employee and self employed
- Hand a basic understanding of emergency procedures first aid and fire, health risks and welfare. Working at height and PPE
- Have a basic understanding of emergency procedures- first aid and fire, health risks and welfare. Working at height and PPE
- Hazardous substances and environmental waste protection and control, manual handing, electrical safety, hand tools and equipment
- The effects that noise vibration and site transport have on individuals and the environment
- Excavation, inspection and transport safety.
ICT – CSCS Touch Screen Test
We offer the full suit of CITB touch screen tests.
Abrasive Wheel Training
We offer abrasive wheel training, the course includes training on…
- Have a basic understanding of the industry, the dangers of working in the industry and their responsibilities as an operator
- Have a working knowledge of the manufacturer’s handbook and be familiar with other sources of information available including relevant legislation
- Be able to locate and identify the major components of the machine and explain their functions
- Be able to locate and identify key controls and explain their functions
- Conduct all pre-operational checks in accordance with manufacturer’s and legislative requirements
- Identify and maintain PPE appropriate for cutting or grinding machine
- Select suitable type of machine relative to the work being undertaken
- Conduct all necessary safety checks at the work area and set up safety zone
- Prepare the machine for use and operate machinery safely and efficiently
- Environmental considerations
- Storage and transport of abrasive wheel machine
- Carry out all end of shift and shut down procedures