ECITB APPROVED CCNSG RENEWAL COURSE
NB: Breaks for refreshments are included in this overall total
This CCNSG Safety Passport Renewal, 1-day course, is refresher training, for those who need to renew an expired or expiring CCNSG Safety Passport for a further 3 years.
This course will ensure delegates are up to speed with current health and safety legislation and will consolidate knowledge previously learnt. To be eligible for the course, attendees must be in possession of a valid CCNSG Safety Passport. This renewal course can be taken up to 6 months before the card expiry date. There is no ‘grace’ period after the card expiry date and anyone whose card has expired must attend the full 2 day National course.
Due to the nature of the training course and the emphasis placed on communication, there is only a provision for the assessments to be undertaken in English. Therefore, candidates for this type of training must be able to understand and speak the English language.
This 1-day CCNSG renewal course will remind delegates on how important it is to support creating a safe place to work. This course explains how the law places responsibility on everyone and will discuss the role of the HSE as advisors, and if necessary, enforcers.
Course content includes:
- The impact of an accident
- The importance of safe behaviour
- Legal framework
- Point of work risk assessment (POWRA)
- Permits to work
- Good practice
To view the full course timetable click here.
This course is taught by experienced, ECITB approved instructors – all of whom have extensive face-to-face teaching experience.
To successfully complete this course, delegates must pass a multi-choice paper test.
Those who successfully pass will receive a new CCNSG Safety Passport, which is valid for 3 years.
If you live in Scotland and meet the income threshold specified, you may be able to apply for funding of up to £200 towards the cost of this training through an application form on the Skills Development Scotland website.
Unfortunately this funding only applies in Scotland and there isn't any funding available if you live in other parts of the UK.
Instructor / candidate ratio - 1:16