New scaffolding training centre opens in the North West

New scaffolding training provider Richmond Bright has gained CISRS accreditation for its facility in Birkenhead.

New scaffolding training provider Richmond Bright has gained CISRS accreditation for its facility in Birkenhead.

CISRS say they recently carried out its accreditation at the centre that is situated in the North West alongside the Mersey River with the spectacular Liverpool waterfront opposite.

Richmond Bright have facilities that are modern, welcoming and convey a friendly and professional environment, in which to deliver CISRS courses.

According to CISRS, the centre has gained accreditation to deliver CISRS COTS, Basic Scaffold Inspection, Supervisor and Scaffold Awareness.

Level 2 & Level 3 NVQ in Accessing Operations and Rigging is also offered by the centre.

Steve Odger, Richmond Bright’s Director and Scaffold Instructor who’s been in the scaffolding industry for 40 years said: “Adding scaffolding training to Richmond Bright’s suite of courses and becoming an accredited CISRS Scaffolding training centre has been a goal of ours from the first discussions on what Richmond Bright could offer the construction sector, and in particular the scaffolding and access industry.  

“This is the first step in our plans for CISRS Scaffolding training and we look forward to progressing those plans in the future and working with CISRS to provide a quality, reliable, responsive training experience for the access sector.”

CISRS Auditor Trevor Donoghue added: “Steve has gained a lot of experience of the CISRS programmes over the years as an instructor, a member of ASITO and in particular his role on the CISRS Standardisation Working Party. We wish him and Richmond Bright every success with this new venture.”

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