Time: 9am – 4pm
Duration: 2 Days
Lunch included on all day
The CCNSG National Course is a two-day course for basic site safety. The CCNSG National Course is valid for three years from the date of the course. The course will be delivered at a pace to suit attendees.
- National Insurance Number
- 2 passport photos (a digital photo will also be taken on the day for the ECITB database)
- Either a passport or driving licence as proof of ID
- Delegates now have the option to combine their ACE Card with their CCNSG card. If they wish to do this, they should bring their ACE card and inform their CCNSG trainer.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
The CCNSG National Course covers the following objectives:
- Safe Behaviours at Work
- Consequences of good/bad safety
- Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
- Risk Assessments
- What is Hazard?
- What is Risk?
- Hierarchy of Control
- As low as Reasonably Practical
- Fire Safety
- Manual Handling
- Confined Space
- Working at Height
- Site Transport
Delegates will be required to provide the following for ECITB records:
date of birth
company details (if applicable)
ethnic origin (if willing to disclose)
It is a requirement that all delegates have a basic understanding and a conversational use of English. Delegates who do not meet this requirement will not be allowed to attend the course (unless the course is approved by the ECITB to be delivered in another language with an ECITB approved translator)
After each module, all attendees will be assessed using assessment questionnaires, which have multi-choice answers. The need to write is minimal. In order to be awarded the passport, attendees must score at least 80% on all papers.
Please advise us of any delegates who may have additional needs. We have ground floor training facilities with disabled access available. We can also cater for any attendees who may struggle with reading and writing, in which case we will conduct their assessments verbally.
A passport will need to be renewed after three years by taking a one day renewal course. The rules regarding the dating of the replacement passport are as follows:-
A passport can be renewed 3 months before or up to 3 months after its expiry date.
The re-issued passport will reflect the expiry date of the renewal course with three years added. Where the Passport is MORE than 3 MONTHS out of date the individual MUST attend the full two-day programme.