CONTACT US      COURSE CATEGORIES      CRAMS      ACCREDITING BODIES      STUDENTS      VENDORS     

Training Course Broker Ltd. is an independent resource whose aim is to assist students in finding good quality training. We do NOT deliver any training and are NOT associated with any accrediting body. Courses are delivered by accredited training providers.

Course Dates for the ECITB - CCNSG Leading a Team Safely Course qualification.

ECITB - CCNSG Leading a Team Safely Course course dates and locations

The ECITB - CCNSG Leading a Team Safely Course qualification is available in these cities:

Bromsgrove Southam Stourbridge

The ECITB - CCNSG Leading a Team Safely Course qualification is available in these counties:

Warwickshire West Midlands Worcestershire

The ECITB - CCNSG Leading a Team Safely Course qualification is recommended for:

CCNSG Leading a Team Safely is a one day workshop designed to provide an essential introduction to managing small teams within the context of Health and Safety in the Engineering Construction Industry.

The CCNSG Leading a Team Safely course is designed for supervisory staff and lone workers who have a responsibility for teams.

Click tabs below for delivery method, course dates and locations.

The ECITB - CCNSG Leading a Team Safely Course qualification is available at these venues on these dates:-

ECITB - CCNSG Leading a Team Safely Course is available for Distance Learning with the following training providers:

ECITB - CCNSG Leading a Team Safely Course Distance Learning is carried out at your Home or Workplace in your own time at your own pace.
Support days are calculated from registration date and not from purchase date.

Sorry, there are currently no courses available in this category.
ECITB - CCNSG Leading a Team Safely Course is available for e-Learning with the following training providers:

ECITB - CCNSG Leading a Team Safely Course e-Learning is carried out at your Home or Workplace in your own time at your own pace.
Support days are calculated from registration date and not from purchase date.

Sorry, there are currently no courses available in this category.
ECITB - CCNSG Leading a Team Safely Course is available for In-House (On-Site) Delivery with the following training providers:

ECITB - CCNSG Leading a Team Safely Course In-House / On-Site courses are carried out at your Venue or Workplace at a time and date agreed with the Training Provider.

Sorry, there are currently no courses available in this category.
The following alternative courses are also available:-
City and Guilds - Reassessed Streetworks Excavation and Reinstatement

These qualifications are for those employed in carrying out and monitoring works on the highway and cover a range of skills from those who need to safeguard their work by signing lighting and guarding to carrying out excavation and re-instatement work. They are available for both operators and supervisors.

These qualifications provide routes to registration or re-registration on the Street Works Qualifications Register (SWQR) required under the New Roads and Streetworks Act 1991. Re-registration is required every 5 years.

On 6 April 2017, new regulations come into force in England, The Street Works (Qualifications of Operatives and Supervisors) (England) Regulations 2016.

This has led to a change in certification for the Streetworks Excavation and Reinstatement qualification, where each of the 16 units can now be certificated.

There will now be two key certificates for operatives - Location & avoidance of underground apparatus and Signing, lighting and guarding. As well as two key certificates for supervisors - Location & avoidance of underground apparatus and Monitoring signing, lighting and guarding.

As long as you hold the key certificates, you can choose to hold as many or as few of the other units to suit the work that you do.

How is it assessed? 6157-02 re-assessments are suitable for operatives and supervisors who work on highways in England, are already registered on the SWQR and need to renew their registration.
City and Guilds - Streetworks Excavation and Reinstatement

These qualifications are for those employed in carrying out and monitoring works on the highway and cover a range of skills from those who need to safeguard their work by signing lighting and guarding to carrying out excavation and re-instatement work. They are available for both operators and supervisors.

These qualifications provide routes to registration or re-registration on the Street Works Qualifications Register (SWQR) required under the New Roads and Streetworks Act 1991. Re-registration is required every 5 years.

On 6 April 2017, new regulations come into force in England, The Street Works (Qualifications of Operatives and Supervisors) (England) Regulations 2016.

This has led to a change in certification for the Streetworks Excavation and Reinstatement qualification, where each of the 16 units can now be certificated.

There will now be two key certificates for operatives - Location & avoidance of underground apparatus and Signing, lighting and guarding. As well as two key certificates for supervisors - Location & avoidance of underground apparatus and Monitoring signing, lighting and guarding.

As long as you hold the key certificates, you can choose to hold as many or as few of the other units to suit the work that you do.

How is it assessed? 6157-01 initial assessment is assessed by observation of practical tasks and a pre-set question bank.
ECITB - CCNSG Leading a Team Safely Course

CCNSG Leading a Team Safely is a one day workshop designed to provide an essential introduction to managing small teams within the context of Health and Safety in the Engineering Construction Industry.

The CCNSG Leading a Team Safely course is designed for supervisory staff and lone workers who have a responsibility for teams.

CCNSG Leading a Team Safely is a one day workshop designed to provide an essential introduction to managing small teams within the context of Health and Safety in the Engineering Construction Industry.

Delegates must hold a valid CCNSG Safety Passport National passport. If the delegate does not have a CCNSG National Safety Passport they will have to attend a CCNSG Safety Passport National course first

How is it assessed?

Candidates are required to successfully complete a multiple-choice test paper at the end of the course

ECITB - CCNSG Safety Passport Course - Renewal Course

The CCNSG Renewal Course is designed as a one day refresher course for those who have already passed the CCNSG National Course. This has to be taken within three months of the Safety passport expiry date. If it is not taken within the specified time then the two day CCNSG National Course will have to be retaken.

The aim of the CCNSG Safety Passport Scheme is to ensure a basic knowledge of health and safety for all site personnel to enable them, after appropriate site induction, to work on site safely, with lower risk to themselves and others.

The safety passport scheme is guided by the Client/Contractor National Safety Group (CCNSG), a national steering group for the scheme. It is a formal sub-committee of the ECITB reporting to the ECITB through the ECITB Management Board.

The ECITB has operational responsibility for the formal management of the Safety Passport scheme whilst the committee’s focus is related to theongoing determination of the scheme’s content, standards for approval of Training Providers, future development of the scheme and integrity assurance.

The CCNSG Safety Passport expires after three years from the date of the National or Renewal course. You may come back for a one day Renewal course up to three months after the Safety Passport card has expired. Once the three months have lapsed, you will be required to sit the two day National course again

How is it assessed?

To renew the CCNSG National Course award for the CCNSG Safety Passport, candidates are required to successfully complete a multiple-choice test paper at the end of the course

ECITB - CCNSG Safety Passport Course - The National Course

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.

This course is aimed at any personnel working on engineering construction work sites.

It gives delegates a grounding in all aspects of site safety and personal awareness. 

The aim of the CCNSG Safety Passport Scheme is to ensure a basic knowledge of health and safety for all site personnel to enable them, after appropriate site induction, to work on site safely, with lower risk to themselves and others.

The safety passport scheme is guided by the Client/Contractor National Safety Group (CCNSG), a national steering group for the scheme. It is a formal sub-committee of the ECITB reporting to the ECITB through the ECITB Management Board.

The ECITB has operational responsibility for the formal management of the Safety Passport scheme whilst the committee’s focus is related to theongoing determination of the scheme’s content, standards for approval of Training Providers, future development of the scheme and integrity assurance.

The CCNSG Safety Passport expires after three years from the date of the National or Renewal course. You may come back for a one day Renewal course up to three months after the Safety Passport card has expired. Once the three months have lapsed, you will be required to sit the two day National course again

How is it assessed?

To gain the CCNSG National Course award for the CCNSG Safety Passport, candidates are required to successfully complete a multiple-choice test paper at the end of the course