CSCS Training

We offer CSCS training in Nottingham, to get you onsite fast

Course essentials

CSCS card nottingham

  • In order to get a CSCS card, you have to do both the one day CITB Health and Safety Awareness course + CSCS touch screen test
  • We offer a combined course where you do the H&S course in the morning and the touch screen test in the afternoon
  • If you’ve already done the H&S course, we can offer next day touch screen testing 
  • This allows you to get licensed and get onsite fast
  • We also offer the one day H&S test standalone
  • Call 0115 880 0188 to book now
  • We also offer free lunch and free parking, making this one of the easiest and quickest ways to get a green card.

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Why us?

Why Choose UK Industries Training?

UK Industries Training are a CITB independent test centre (ITC) with a dedicated facility set up for CITB and CSCS tests. We are located just 3 miles outside of Nottingham City centre and within easy reach of the M1.

We are also able to offer a unique service where, if required, individuals can attend the necessary CITB training and then sit the CSCS test on a same day basis. If you require this service please contact our team who will be happy to arrange a booking

More course Info

This Site Safety Plus course is a popular route for anyone looking to take their first step towards obtaining a CSCS Labourers (Green) Card.

This one day course can be for those who have entered, or are about to enter, the construction and civil engineering industry. The course gives delegates an awareness of health and safety and how it affects their daily role and conduct on the construction site.

Overview:

This course is the first step towards a CSCS Labourers Card (Green Card) and to the progressive CITB Site Safety Plus suite of courses that range from training for operatives into the industry up to senior manager / director.

Course structure:

  • Their individual responsibilities for their own safety and the safety of others
  • Typical construction hazards and how these are controlled
  • How everyone can help achieve better practical standards of safety on site
  • Legal requirements and liabilities
  • Working at height
  • Manual Handling
  • Fire prevention
  • Work equipment
  • Occupational Health.