help with scaffolding training?
Training 2000 offers scaffolding training courses and apprenticeships. Scaffolders put up and down scaffolding that allow workers to reach the higher levels of buildings safely during construction, cleaning and renovation projects.
Becoming a scaffolder requires training in how specialised fittings and units are put together to erect a technically sound and effective platform for people to work and construct from. A comprehensive knowledge of how to build large access and scaffolding structures properly and safely, the ability to follow instructions accurately and carefully is required.
The work is physically demanding so you need to be fit, have good hand-to-eye co-ordination, good organisation skills and the ability to plan ahead.
There is a clear route of career progression within the industry and an experienced scaffolder can travel the world with a sought-after skill set.
Duration: 19 months - 2 week blocks every 4 months
You could work with small local companies or on larger sites such as petro chemical or nuclear power station sites. Once qualified with scaffolder status you could have the opportunity to work off-shore or overseas. Your Apprenticeship will cover safe working practices in construction, erect and dismantle of basic scaffoId structures, erect and dismantle Aluminium Mobile Towers, knowledge of building methods and construction technology, safe use of harness and fall prevention methods and manual handling in the scaffolding industry. You will also achieve CISRS scaffolder status. To undertake an apprenticeship in scaffolding you must work well in a team, be able to follow instructions, be a good communicator and work responsibly.
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