Construction Design and Management (CDM)
This course will give delegates a valuable insight into the legal aspects and practical requirements of their respective role. The course aims to provide delegates with a good understanding of the requirements for a health and safety plan, health and safety files and project notification to the HSE.
By the end of the course delegates will:
- Understand the requirements of CDM Regulations
- State the responsibilities of the key duty holders
- Understand the requirements for notifying certain types of projects
- Compile pre-construction information
- Develop a health and safety plan
- State the requirements for health and safety files.
Supported by CITB grant
About this course
The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 (CDM) lay down specific legal duties for everyone who has a role to play in a construction project with the chief aim of reducing the risk to health and safety of all those involved. This course is designed for anyone appointed as a key duty holder under CDM regulations i.e. clients, designers, principal contractors, sub-contractors/self-employed persons and CDM coordinators. It will also be of benefit to anyone requiring an overview of the regulations.
This course is delivered through classroom-based tutorials including case studies and exercises related to the subject.
Courses are available at training centres nationwide. This course can also be delivered on your premises subject to minimum delegate numbers and suitability of the venue. Please contact us for information.
Upon successfully passing the course delegates will receive a Construction Skills People certificate valid for 3 years.
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It is important that all candidates who attend this course have a good understanding of spoken and written English.