Temporary Works Coordinator Training Course (TWC)
This one-day course has been developed by the BCSA to meet the specific needs of a Temporary Works Coordinator in the constructional steelwork industry.
About the TWC training course
The TWC course will be of benefit and interest to: Temporary Works Coordinators, Temporary Works Designers and Design Checkers, Project Managers, Project Engineers and Designated Individuals.
To complete the TWC training, there are a couple of pre-requisites for applicants:
- It is encouraged that the free of charge temporary works forum general awareness training is completed: https://www.twforum.org.uk/elearning1
- A relevant health and safety certificate for their role must be held, as described in the Build UK Training Standard: https://builduk.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Training-Standard-Build-UK.pdf
During the day there will be short lectures about the various topics outlined below, case studies and exercise. The content has been tailored to provide an overview of BS 9575:2019.
Topics covered are:
- Understanding what constitutes temporary works
- The consequences of failure
- Temporary works procedure
- The management of temporary works (organisations)
- The management of temporary works (people)
- Implementing temporary works: inception through to design and design checking
- Implementation of temporary works, from procurement through to installation and removal.
At the end of the course there is a multiple-choice question test.
How much does TWC training cost?
£275 +VAT (£330) per delegate (payable on invoice issued by BCSA)
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Note: Cancellation charges (50% of fee) will be incurred for any cancellation less than 14 days before any course
What is included?
The fees include refreshments throughout the day and the certification.
To book your place or register interest please contact:
Health, Safety & Training Director
Pete’s role is to provide members with health, safety and training advice, and to keep them up to date with current regulations and guidance. He works with other Trade Associations and the Health and Safety Executive on the changes in current good working practices. He works with these other bodies to establish common areas of health and safety concern.
- Health and Safety
- Behavioural safety
- Human Resources / Employment