The responsibilities of a construction worker vary depending on their specific role, however, all must adhere to strict health and safety regulations whilst on site to reduce the risk of serious injury. Most contractors and construction companies require construction workers on their sites to hold a valid CSCS card. CSCS is known across the construction industry, ensuring that standards and health and safety are maintained within the sector.
What will I learn?
Our door supervisor course includes the following qualifications:
- Knowledge of risk assessments
- How to identify hazards, accidents and emergencies
- Identify health risks
- Working at heights
Our construction pathway is designed to prepare you for employment in the construction industry.
This course is government funded, you must meet the following criteria to be able to study for free:
- You must currently live in England
- You must have been resident in the UK/EU for 3+ years for purposes other than study
- You must be over the age of 19
- You must be unemployed
We'll fund your first CSCS card application.
CSCS cards provide proof that an individual working on a construction site has the required level of training and qualifications for the type of work they carry out. The CSCS Green Labourer Card is a type of CSCS Card, which evidences that a labourer can perform basic construction-related work on a site.
To apply for your CSCS card, you must pass your CITB Health, Safety and Environment (HS&E) test. You must also have completed a Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in a Construction Environment. As part of your course, you will achieve this qualification and book in for your test.
Yes - if this is your first CSCS card, we'll offer you full support and apply for your Green Labourer CSCS card on your behalf.
All CSCS cards cost £36 and all CITB Health, Safety and Environment (HS&E) tests cost £22.50. As part of this course, we will fund your first badge and test costs, so you won't have anything to pay.