The CIF City & Guilds Assured Project Supervisor Construction Stage course is a modern programme developed by the CIF learning & Development assist delegates to fulfill a specific legal Duty Holder role in the Construction sector.
Construction companies and contractors had been taking on the role of Project Supervisor Construction Stage on projects without having a detailed understand and working knowledge of what the legal Duty Holder role entails, while not fully grasping the responsibilities that came with this critical role.
The CIF City & Guilds Assured Project Supervisor Construction Stage course was designed by the CIF to provide a detailed program to provide the working aspects of the Project Supervisor Construction Stage role in the modern Irish construction environment.
This Project Supervisor Construction Stage course is run over 3 days, providing a blended approach to content covering issues such as the relevant legislation, project delivery, the A to Z of what to do on site and much more.
There are two examination aspects to this program, the Assignment which requires a self-directed learning approach of approximately 35-40 hours to complete to the expected level 6 standard. A good standard of written English will be required to achieve the best learning outcomes. A briefing is provided on day one of the program on how to achieve the best outcomes on the assignment.
The final day written paper is the second part of the assessment and those who successfully achieve the required outcomes will be awarded the City & Guilds Assured certificate.
Our Project Supervisor Construction Stage course is delivered by industry experts who are practitioners on current construction projects – ensuring they provide the very latest industry and regulatory know how on how best to achieve the rigorous daily output required on site.
The program is targeted at senior safety people, domestic house builders, specialist contractors and all those interested in enhancing their safety qualifications for construction projects. The program requires a good knowledge of safety and a practical working knowledge of site activities to get the best learning outcomes for each individual learner.