FULLY BOOKED: Sprinklers Installation Course - 26 April 2017

Overview
This course is intended to support the up-skilling in the Active Fire Industry Sector. The course will provide the practical skill and knowledge required for installing automatic fire sprinkler systems in domestic dwellings.

Certification
Upon successful completion of course, students will be issued with an Agored Cymru certificate for Unit TH13CY014 – ‘Installation and Maintenance of Automatic Fire Sprinkler Systems in Domestic Dwellings’. Employers will be able to apply for BAFSA membership upon successful completion of the upskilling award.

Venues, Dates and Start times

  • Coleg Sir Gar, Ammanford
  • 26 April 2017
  • 9.15am

Who should attend
This course is suitable for those who have completed or are working towards a level 3 plumbing related qualification within the mechanical services sector that includes cold water regulations at level 3. The course is available to contractors located in West Wales.

Course Content

On successful completion of the course you will:

  • Be able to prepare the working environment for the installation of automatic fire sprinkler systems.
    (SFS MFP 4 (Mechanical Fire Protection)

  • Be able to install an Automatic Fire Sprinkler system. (SFS MFP 4 (Mechanical Fire Protection), EL9
    (Electro-technical), SFS MFP 5/ SFS MFP 6. (Mechanical Fire Protection) and EL25 & 26 (Electrotechnical))
  • Be able carry out maintenance checks of a domestic dwelling Fire Sprinkler system. (SFS MFP 7
    (Mechanical Fire Protection) and EL16 (Electro-technical))

Qualifications
Upon successful completion of course, students will be issued with an Agored Cymru certificate for Unit TH13CY014 – ‘Installation and Maintenance of Automatic Fire Sprinkler Systems in Domestic Dwellings’. Employers will be able to apply for BAFSA membership upon successful completion of the upskilling award.

Course duration
4 days - 1 day per week

Number of participants minimum and maximum
8

Deliverer
Coleg Sir Gar

Cost
This course is free for eligible individuals and companies working in construction and its supply network.

Grant
CITB registered companies may be eligible for grant aid.

Construction Industry Work Experience for F/T Built Environment Students

Overview
This course will provide industry experience for full time built environment students. A key component of the programme includes the allocation of an onsite mentor (L3 apprentice) to each student which will provide guidance and support during their placement. Students will be provided with the necessary H&S training prior to undertaking 10 days’ work experience on various construction sites. Personal Protective Equipment will be issued to all students.

Certification
An overall certificate of attendance will be issued by CWIC. Colleges will issue certificates of attendance for college related training. Students will also acquire City and Guilds Health and safety level 1 certificate and labourer’s CSCS cards upon successful completion of these qualifications.

Venues, Dates and Start times

  • CSG & Coleg Ceredigion
  • October 2016
  • TBC

Who should attend
This course is suitable for those individuals that have enrolled on a full time course within an educational establishment. The programme has been designed to develop F/T learners in readiness for an apprenticeship in industry and thereby significantly improve the level of successful progressions

Course Content

On successful completion of the course you will have an appreciation and awareness of:

  • Manual Handling skills.
  • Working at Heights.
  • Customer Care.
  • Experience of working on a construction site. 

Qualifications
C&G level 1 H&S course and CSCS test and labourer’s card (Subject to satisfactory completion).

Course duration
13.5 days (10 days on a construction site and 3.5 days health and safety training at College)

Number of participants minimum and maximum
12

Deliverer
Coleg Sir Gar and Coleg Ceredigion

Cost
This course is free for eligible individuals and companies working in construction and its supply network.

Grant
CITB registered companies may be eligible for grant aid

IT Skills for Construction Supervisors/Team Leaders

Overview
Moving from the trades to the office can be a little daunting, thus this course shows how computers work and covers the basic terminology, you will learn how to start up and shut down programs, organise and save files, use a mouse and connect to printers. Basic word processing programs will be introduced, as well as basic keyboarding. Connecting to the Internet will be covered and students will learn to use browsers and search engines. The course will also include setting up email accounts and how to use emails ethically and professionally.

Certification
A certificate of attendance is issued by Coleg Cambria.

Venues, Dates and Start times

  • Bersham Road
  • 18.00hrs

Who should attend
This course is suitable for those that work within the built environment and seek to enhance their basic IT skills.

Course Content

  • Microsoft Windows and Google systems
  • E-mail
  • Creating and saving files
  • HTML
  • Web browsers

Qualifications
A certificate of attendance is issued by Coleg Cambria.

Course duration
3 hours

Number of participants minimum and maximum
12 - 20

Deliverer
Karl Jackson

Cost
This course is free for eligible individuals and companies working in construction and its supply network.

Grant
CITB registered companies may be eligible for grant aid.

Fully Booked: CISRS Basic Scaffold Inspection

Overview
To give the attendees such knowledge so as to enable them to understand how to inspect basic scaffolding structures in accordance with the Work at Height Regulations.

Certification
A certificate of attendance is issued by Coleg Cambria

Venues, Dates and Start times

  • Bersham Road
    Wrexham
  • 25 - 27 April 2017
  • 9 am

Who should attend
Management / Supervision who are responsible for inspecting scaffolds and completing reports in accordance the Work at Height Regulations 2005.

Course Content

  • Introduction to Scaffolding & Scaffolding Terminology
  • The Work at Height Regulations 2005
  • British, European and Industry Standards (NASC)
  • Overview of SG4:10 Fall Arrest Equipment
  • TG20:13
  • Tube, fittings & boards
  • Safe ladder access and egress
  • Scaffolders training and working methods
  • Bracing and tying scaffolds
  • Fan boards and public protection
  • Mobile, static and loading towers
  • Birdcage scaffolds
  • Beams and bridging beams
  • Various types of system scaffolding
  • How to carry out a scaffolding inspection
  • Scaffold tagging systems
  • Scaffold inspection exercise
  • Knowledge test and assessment

Qualifications
n/a

Course duration
24 hrs (3 days)

Number of participants minimum and maximum
Min: 12 / Max: 20

Deliverer
Coleg Cambria

Cost
This course is free for eligible individuals and companies working in construction and its supply network

Grant
CITB registered companies may be eligible for grant aid.