One of the UK’s major training organisations is ready to deliver a package of first-class CISRS courses.
An impressive Centre in Flintshire, North Wales is now fully geared up to cater for what will be a high demand for quality industry training from leading experts in the field. Clients in the North of the principality and North-West England will certainly benefit from the service Fulcrum provides.
Director, Jen Wood, explained: “We have been planning this move for a while but Covid delayed things slightly, so we are extremely pleased to finally be opening our first CISRS Core Scheme Centre. Our main aim is to provide quality training at a reasonable price.”
Fulcrum Scaffold Training & Safety Ltd provides health, safety and training nationally to the construction, nuclear, petrochemical and power generation industries. They offer a range of services and are specialists in scaffolding with vast experience in health, safety, training and assessment.
In terms of CISRS their courses will include
- CISRS Part 1 tube and fitting and system
- CISRS COTS
- CISRS Scaffold System Product Training for all types of system
- CISRS Basic Access System Erector
- CISRS Basic Scaffold Inspection
- CISRS Supervisor
- CISRS System Inspection
- Scaffolder Rescue
- TG20 Update
- Anchor Tie Installation
The company are aiming to deliver a part 2 course in the next six months along with CPD. They’ll also be offering a CITB Site Safety Plus and NOCN Site-right course.
Jen added: “We had a very short lead-in time to get the Centre up and running and we couldn’t have done it without every member of the team at Fulcrum pulling together to get it done”
“Overall, our industry experience, combined with expert knowledge, means we are not limited to health, safety and training. It also enables us to provide support to our clients to gain accreditations from awarding bodies such as NOCN, CITB, CISRS, City & Guilds, Pearsons Edexcel, as well as meeting quality standards such as Matrix.”
CISRS Auditor Trevor Donaghue said: “It’s great to be opening a new core scheme centre after such uncertain times. The staff and management at Fulcrum have a wealth of experience of delivering and administering CISRS training, and we wish them all the best for the future. I am sure the increased capacity will be warmly welcomed by scaffolders and contractors in the region and surrounding areas.”
It’s another example of how the training standard bar is being pushed ever higher to keep improving the quality of workmanship in the field to unprecedented levels.
More information is available at www.fulcrumscaffoldsafety.com along with contact details – their experts are waiting for your call.