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CCNSG Leading a Team Safely

Aim

The CCNSG Leading a Team Safely is a one day workshop designed to provide an essential introduction to supervising/managing small teams within the context of Health and Safety across industries involving engineering and construction.

Course Content

Amongst other things the course covers:

  • Methods of successful communication
  • How to lead a team successfully
  • Achieving safe outcomes within a team
  • Self-management
  • How to work safely with others

It explores these topics in an interactive way and delegates’ participation throughout the day is a key factor. 

The course is based around the concept of ‘The Good Job’ and is structured into four elements: 

  • The Team 
  • The Plan 
  • The Job
  • Good Job

Pre-requisites

This course is for operatives who already hold the CCNSG Safety Passport and who are moving up to supervisor level. It is a condition of entry to the course that you hold a valid CCNSG Safety Passport with a minimum of 6 months validity remaining.

Assessment

The assessment is carried out via a multiple choice paper.

Delivery Mode

The course takes 1 day, from 9am to 4.30pm.

Course Fee

£120 plus VAT

What is Included?

The course fee covers the following:

  • CCNSG Leading A Team Safely Health and Safety Guide
  • Registration, Examination and Assessment Fees
  • Course materials
  • PROCAT Pad and Pen
  • Certification upon successful completion
  • Lunch & Refreshments

Accreditation       

Successful candidates will receive the CCNSG Leading a Team Safely card.

Progression

None.

Contact

To discuss your requirements, please call Lewis Brannon on 01268 662440 or e-mail lewis.brannon@procat.ac.uk.

Testimonial

CCNSG provided by PROCAT was well organised and well run.

The course was attended by a team of engineers and construction staff of BPA. They sat the 2 day Safety Passport Training followed up with the CCNSG Leading a Team Safely one day workshop.

All the attendees thoroughly enjoyed the course and said that the trainer was very knowledgeable of the subject matter and was able to  apply it to the discipline of constructing a petrol chemical tank farm. He also used good working experiences to give examples of good and bad practice.

All in all an enjoyable worthwhile course well delivered!

Shaun Loveridge
Health and Safety Manager
BPA (British Pipeline Limited)

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