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Trailer Mounted Concrete Pump/Pressurised Systems

Aim

This 3-day course is for everybody who needs to be able to competently and safely operate pressurised pumping equipment involving concrete.

The aim of this course is to help delegates understand the general hazards of working with pressurised systems / concrete pumps within the construction industry.

This course will give candidates foundation training towards a Construction Plant Competence Scheme (CPCS) Trained Operator Card (Red).

Course Content

Amongst other things the course covers:

  • Concrete pumping accident
  • Concrete pump operational
  • Safety checks
  • Communication
  • Pumping concrete – priming the line / pipes
  • Key issues pumping concrete
  • Problem solving
  • Blockage essential actions
  • Pump maintenance
  • Safety reminders
  • Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH).

Pre-requisites

A good understanding of oral and written English.

You must have passed the ConstructionSkills Health and Safety test, taken within the last 2 years when attending this training.

Assessment

Recorded Theory Test which must be passed before the Practical can be taken.

Delivery Mode

3 days, from 8.30am - 5.30pm, including CPCS Tests

Course Location

This course is delivered at the Tunnelling and Underground Construction Academy (TUCA) in Ilford, London.

Course Fee

£1550 plus VAT per individual

£5000 plus VAT for up to 4 candidates

What is Included?

  • Registration, Examination and Assessment Fees
  • Course materials and tools
  • PROCAT Pad and Pen
  • Certification upon successful completion
  • Lunch

Accreditation       

CPCS Red Trained Operators Card

Progression     

Concrete Spraying

Further qualification includes a level 2 NVQ in Plant Operations which leads to a Blue CPCS Competent Operators Card.

Contact

To discuss your requirements, please call the training department 020-3197 5002 or e-mail tuca@procat.ac.uk.

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