Skills Training Centre Ltd (STC) provide a comprehensive range of quality, cost effective, short courses and NVQ solutions to Local Authorities and Private Sector organisations. We pride ourselves on being able to provide a professional and reactive response to training requests. Flexible enough to manage last minute requirements, as well as being capable of assisting with the implementation of organisation wide Training Plans. STC are a City & Guilds Approved Centre and a Lantra Awards Training Provider. We are accredited with Exor (Silver Accreditation) and BIP’s Select Accredit, meeting all of their standard pre-qualification requirements.
Providing Training throughout the UK, we also have our own dedicated Training Centre in North London. Our Sales team are helpful and knowledgeable. They will guide you through the range of options available, to find the most appropriate solution for your organisation and your staff.
Our instructors are professional and experienced in their respective fields and are highly skilled at taking into account of the needs of individuals with different skills, abilities and experience. We can reliably deliver to all levels of staff (new recruits to Senior Executives) and can cater for a wide range of capabilities, from those with Basic Skills needs, to those who have top level technical qualifications. We endeavour to make all of our courses relevant to those attending and as practical as possible.
STC strive for excellence in everything we do and we aim to achieve customer satisfaction every time. It is about getting it right first time! We believe we have a depth of experience in the provision of Training & Assessment services for Local Authority front line staff and Local Authority contractors that is second to none.
The courses we provide are designed to be relevant and cost effective and are delivered to high standards. Our instructors are professional and experienced in their respective
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AIMS At the end of the course participants will have a general awareness of Health and Safety and be able to conduct a health & Safety inspection tour of their workplace and be able to identify significant hazards and risks.
OBJECTIVES By the end of the course, delegates will be able to: Know how to cope with an emergency with a child Understand the different procedures for treatment of older/younger casualties Preparation (danger, calling for help, location, useful equipment, medication, information from parents) Communication Observation (colour, personality change, temperature change) Managing an Incident (casualty care) The unconscious child - checking vital signs The recovery position for older children Rescue breaths and CPR for older children Procedure for dealing with an older child who is choking Checking vital signs in an older child Meningitis - recognition and treatment Dependent on time and of the group (some/all of the following may be included) - Nose Bleeds/Poisons/Asthma/Electric Shock/Shock/Head Injuries/Diabetic Emergency/Croup/Sickle Cell/Extreme Heat/Cold/Burns/Eye Injuries etc.
AIMS Periodic training is designed to confirm, and expand on, the existing knowledge and skills of each driver for example by enabling them to keep up-to-date with ever-changing legislation.
INTRODUCTION This 1-day course consists of two half-day sessions. The first half-day module is designed for operatives involved in mobile and short duration (up to 1 hour) minor works on rural and urban roads.
INTRODUCTION This half day module is designed for operatives involved in mobile and short duration (up to 1 hour) minor works on rural and urban roads.AIM To provide the necessary technical knowledge and skills in order for delegates to be able to implement the correct traffic management requirements to undertake moving and short duration minor works.
NEW ROADS & STREET WORKS OPERATIVE COURSES 5 DAY UNITS 221 - 226 & 229 UNITS - OPERATIVES 221 Location and Avoidance of Underground Apparatus
LANTRA HIGHWAY SECTOR SCHEME - 12D T7 (M7) - Managers & Client Officers INTRODUCTION This 2-day course is for all levels of management, client officers, technicians and any one not actually installing Temporary Traffic Management (TTM), but requiring knowledge of basic practice and design procedures for TTM on urban and rural roads. AIM To provide learners with the necessary underpinning technical knowledge of temporary traffic management and the design procedures used by Highway Authorities, or contractors, or other organisations who require a knowledge of current basic practice.
INTRODUCTION This 1-day course covers the requirements for a learner to become a Registered Lead Traffic Management Operative (RLTMO). AIM To provide learners with the necessary underpinning technical knowledge and skill to supervise a gang or gangs who will be undertaking the installation, maintenance, and removal of temporary traffic management.
CONTENT What is a confined space and what are the hazards Legal requirements Risk assessments and safe systems of work Equipment required to enter a confined spaces The purpose and use of gas detection equipment The purpose and use of escape breathing apparatus The use of ropes and safety harnesses The purpose and use of tripods and man riding winches Personal protective equipment and hygiene Examination, testing and maintenance of equipment Ventilation and the avoidance of unsafe atmospheres Communication and entry procedures Course review On successful completion of the course, a Confined Spaces Photo ID Card giving details of the course and the date attended will be issued. Note: An advance copy of your own safe system of work for Entry into Confined Spaces will enable us to take account of this as part of the course.
OBJECTIVES This course is designed to ensure that delegates who need to enter such workplaces understand the requirements of the law, the need for risk assessments and safe systems of work and how to apply these practically. This includes competent use of the appropriate equipment, to enable entry to be made safely.
NEW ROADS AND STREET WORKS - SIGNING, LIGHTING AND GUARDING UNIT 222 (OPERATIVES) OBJECTIVES On completion of the course members will have sufficient knowledge of the new procedures to carry them out in accordance with the DETR Safety at Road Works and Street Works Code of Practice under the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991.
CONFINED SPACES - SAFE ENTRY, ESCAPE BA, FULL WORKING SELF CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS, EMERGENCY TREATMENT AND USE OF OXYGEN RESUSITATORS OBJECTIVES This course is designed to ensure that delegates who need to enter such workplaces understand the requirements of the law, the need for risk assessments and safe systems of work and how to apply these practically. This includes competent use of the appropriate equipment, to enable entry to be made safely.
This three day programme has been designed to comply with the requirements of the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations and the HSE First Aid at Work Approved Code of Practice and Guidance. Tuition is classroom based and requires 100% attendance.
NEW ROADS & STREET WORKS SUPERVISORY COURSE 5 DAY UNITS 221 & 230 - 234 2 DAY UNIT 230 Monitoring Signing, Lighting and Guarding courses can be provided as stand alone courses for those not required to be qualified in the other units. 3 DAY UNITS 235 & 236 For those with significant experience in all modules.
AIM To provide delegates with skills to safely carry out routine repairs to toilets, sinks, basins etc OBJECTIVES By the end of the course delegates will be able to:- Undertake simple repairs to pipes and fittings Change washers Understand how discharge system works Understand how an indirect water system works CONTENT Safety Unblock sink, toilet, urinals etc.
AIM The aim is to familiarise the delegates with safe working tools (hand & electric) whilst carrying out the refurbishment/maintenance of properties.
AIM It will provide an overview of repairing leaks on plumbing systems and an overview of plumbing taps excetera and fitting washers up to ¾ CO
WHAT IS THE PROCESS Desk Top Review:- Review of your systems and procedures before 311 pre-visit Pre-Visit:- Our Assessor will meet with you/your senior staff to review your procedures and documentation,to make you aware of any gaps and agree how these are going to be filled for the puposes of the training and assessment Unit 301:- This covers the necessary training in the morning which is followed in the afternoon by unit 301 assessments Unit 311 Training:- A training programme which can be LANTRA Certificed (Optional) to ensure that your staff are aware of your systems/procedures/local HAMP and the requirements of the CoPfHMM Unit 311 Assessments:- Theory and practical assessments.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND Designers, Managers, Supervisors, Planners and those who are involved in work with street furniture AIM To make delegates aware of the recommended safety procedures and clearances for ensuring electrical safety in the installation, commissioning and maintenance of public lighting and other street furniture. CONTENT Clearances and procedures relating to Electrical Association Engineering Recommendation G39/11992 Street lighting cut-out identification and awareness of potentially live parts Identification of hazards and assessment of risks Personal protective equipment Correct removal of fuse carrier Storage of fuse carrier and protection of contact with live parts Awareness and required checks before circuit re-energisation Correct checks of supply and polarity Correct fuse carrier insertion techniques and fuse sizes Upon successful completion of a multiple-choice test paper a certificate will be issued.
AIMS This one day course will give persons attending the knowledge and observational techniques to be able to carry out Basic Scaffolding Inspections. OBJECTIVES By the end of the course attendees will have the skills to carry out Basic Scaffolding Inspections and an understanding of the requirements to keep appropriate records of inspections.