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NRSWA - Signing Lighting and Guarding course syllabus.

Course Description

Is the Signing Lighting and Guarding course accredited by an official body?

Yes, this course is Accredited and certified by  :  New Roads and Street Works (NRSWA). This means that all training providers advertising their courses on this site must be an approved centre.
In most cases the awarding body (NRSWA) will audit the centre to ensure the correct standard of teaching. Visit NRSWA web site

What is the NRSWA - Signing Lighting and Guarding course?

Category: Street-Works

Level: Beginner

A 1 day training course designed to improve the supervision/skillset of operatives who work on the roadways and use road signs and traffic lights to protect motorists, pedestrians and the workforce on the highway.

Signing, Lighting and Guarding teaches delegates how to carry out daily tasks in lighting and guarding systems. It will enable you to take adequate measures to minimise any inconvenience to the general public, and to maintain a safe environment for the public, pedestrians, vehicles and members of the streetworks team.

How much is a Signing Lighting and Guarding course?

As a broker we have a large number of Training Providers who advertise their courses with us. The lowest price we have is £150.00 and the highest price is £253.00

These prices may include Classroom, e-Learning, Distance Learning and In-House (On-Site) options.

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Who is the NRSWA - Signing Lighting and Guarding course designed for?

Designed for all personnel employed by local authorities, utilities and their contractors for the purpose of Signing, Lighting and Guarding of any road works in the highway.

What subjects does the NRSWA - Signing Lighting and Guarding course cover?

  • Understand the safety implications of carrying out Streetworks, with particular reference to the protection of persons engaged on the works and avoidance of danger to the general public.
  • Appreciate the need to maintain the free movement of vehicular and pedestrian traffic at the site, if the works are to comply with the restrictions imposed by the works and the adoption of safe working practices.
  • Demonstrate the correct layout of appropriate signs, barriers, lamps, warning notices etc in compliance with the relevant advisory documents.
  • Recognise conditions that may necessitate the introduction of special measures such as the installation of portable traffic signals, traffic diversion, road closure etc.
  • Maintain the correct operation of portable traffic signals and reposition equipment as work.

How is the NRSWA - Signing Lighting and Guarding course assessed?

NRSWA - Signing Lighting and Guarding course dates and locations