The CIF /IOSH Project Supervisor Design Process course covers the co-ordination of design on construction sites. Everyone from contractors, owner operators, engineers and architects have looked to enhance their qualifications by signing up to the CIF IOSH Project Supervisor Design Process programme is deliver in partnership with RPS Group by lead tutor Jim Leahy.
The course offers a different approach to training delivery. The CIF/IOSH Project Supervisor Design Process is delivered over two days and it is fulfilled through continuous assessment. This programme is accredited by the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) – providing an international accreditation to those who complete the course.
The Project Supervisor Design Process programme is delivered by Jim Leahy RPS Group who is currently active in this duty holder role within the industry who continue to carry out this work on live projects, providing a wealth of the very latest industry knowledge to the course. These experts deliver real world scenarios and clear cut examples of best practice.
This Project Supervisor Design Process course is clear, easy to follow and highly regarded by those operating in the Irish construction sector. The wide variety of participants is another factor in why this course stands out, allowing participants to hear highly relevant perspectives from different sides of construction project delivery.
The CIF/IOSH Project Supervisor Design Process programme is part of the Construction Industry Federation’s Core Safety Management training programme portfolio. On successful completion of the Project Supervisor Design Process course, delegates will be awarded a CIF Safety Management card/CIF Verification of Competency card and an IOSH PSDP Certificate.
The fee for the Project Supervisor Design Process programme is €795 for CIF members and €895 for non CIF members per attendee.
The Project Supervisor Design Process course is held over two consecutive days. Daily start time is 9.00 am to 17.00 pm.
Who is the Project Supervisor Design Process course aimed at?
The Project Supervisor Design Process programme is aimed at construction personnel who supervise / coordinate design activities on site.
What are the Project Supervisor Design Process Course objectives?
Upon completion of the Project Supervisor Design Process course, delegates should be able to:
- Understand the requirements of the regulations.
- Understand the duties of Project Supervisor Design Process (PSDP).
- Understand and identify the information to be supplied for the developed Safety and Health plan as well as the Safety file.
- Achieve IOSH Project Supervisor Design Process Certificate and CIF Safety Management card.
Further questions about the Project Supervisor Design Process course to follow.
I found the CIF course on the Project Supervisor Design Process to be excellent. It is a two day intensive course and it was interesting and held my attention from start to finish. Jim Leahy is a fantastic lecturer and he varied the delivery of the course by breaking up the different elements into group workshops, questions and answers, and a really good powerpoint display. He also had a vast quantity of HSA material available to refer to and for us to note. I certainly feel confident in undertaking the role of PSDP after completing the course.
(Pat Mc Cormack – AIA.ie)
This was a very good course and a highly enjoyable 2 days. The trainer was excellent, combining theory and examples from the field and extracting the valid points from the different contributions from the group. Content and presentation by the tutor was consistently high quality and engaging. Most importantly, each area provided an excellent review of the challanges and opportunities. I would recommend this course to anyone co-ordinating the design stage of projects.
(Tony Collin’s – Mitie)
For further information about the Project Supervisor Design Process course contact:
Phone: Call Kim on 01 4066051