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Small Plant & Power Tool Safety Train the Trainer

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Inclusive of City & Guilds Registration, Certification and Training Materials

Small Plant & Power Tool Safety

Our 2 days Small Plant & Power Tool Safety Train the Trainer course enables you to become an instructor delivering effective Small Plant & Power Tool safety training and tool box talks to employees, in relation to the

Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER 1998).

This Small Plant and Power Tool Safety Trainer course is suitable for training employees in industries such as 

• Construction

• Engineering

• Warehouse

• Power Tools Industry

• Defence

• Manufacturing Industry

• Automotive

• Woodworking

• Garage/Workshop

• Landscaping

 

Course Aim:  

To enable the candidate to carry out their own courses to train operatives in safe use of small plant and power tools.

 

Certification:  

Profile of Achievement Award 3791 and an NTS trainers certificate

 

Location:  

Only available as an In-House course for your employees held at your premises or ours. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

 

Course Material:  

All handouts with underpinning knowledge, PowerPoint Presentation, Lesson Plan, Step-by-Step Guide, Trainer’s manual, Practical and Theory Assessment Auidance, Key faults found in learners, Post Course Telephone help-line, City & Guilds Certification and Registration.

 

Length Of Course:  

2 days

 

Learning Outcome:  

By the end of the course the participant will be able to display an understanding of:

• Regulations: What is required

• Pre-use checks “5 steps” including;

1. Workplace checks
2. Machine checks
3. Personal checks including PPE
4. Use of the Equipment
5. After use checks
• Use of the equipment including:

1. Hazards arising from use
2. Precautions to be observed

• Structuring and delivering the training
• Where to source information to create training on particular tools
• Assessing your trainees. Practical and knowledge

Cost:  

Please contact us for a free quotation.

 

Is This Course Approved By City And Guilds?  

Yes

 

Assessment Criteria:  

There is no written test but the trainees will be assessed on the practical element.

The training involves candidate participation with the emphasis on the practical element of the training. On day two the candidate will carry out a practical training session on which they will be assessed.

 

City And Guilds Profile Of Achievement:  

The candidate will complete a pre-course questionnaire, a mid course interview and a post-course professional discussion to fulfil the requirements of the City and Guilds Profile of Achievement criteria.

National Training Services operates an equal opportunities policy.

 

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