CISRS continues to seek anonymous views on its Scaffolders CPD refresher training.
Time is running out to have your say on the CISRS CPD course, the survey is set to close at the end of this month.
CISRS who launched the survey back in November 2020 is aiming to gauge anonymous views from the industry on how the CPD course structure can be improved.
CPD caused quite a stir when it was brought in but CISRS say despite the initial reluctance to its introduction, the course has proven very popular, with early feedback collected from delegates upon completion had been overwhelmingly positive, they said.
The mandatory two-day CPD/refresher course is a key element required to renew CISRS Part 2 Scaffolder and Advanced cards.
Dave Mosley, CISRS Scheme Manager, said: “Having now passed the halfway point in the five-year CPD cycle, with more than 60 per cent of those required to attend the CPD programme having now undertaken it, we would be very interested in hearing their views now that they have had time to reflect.
“We want people to be honest in their responses as such the survey is anonymous. We do, however, want the comments to be constructive. Remarks like “it’s rubbish” will not help us identify areas that require consideration.
“If there are specific elements of the programme that someone has concerns with, we want them to let us know and if they can offer solutions to these issues they would be welcomed.”