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CSR Health and Safety

Construction & Built Environment

Course Overview

The Construction Skills Register (CSR) is a register of construction workers who have completed the industry approved CSR health and safety training course and assessment. CSR aims to raise health and safety standards and reduce accidents in the industry by ensuring that all construction workers undertake health and safety training every 4 years.
To become registered, workers must complete a minimum of one day health and safety training. The training is delivered at the Greystone and Springtown campuses on a demand basis. Assessment is also provided to ascertain a student’s level of competency in their skill area.
  • Study Mode
  • Duration
    1 Weeks
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Important Message

This course may be available again from September 2021

Available Sessions

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  • Course: CSR Health and Safety
    Campus: Springtown
    Type: Part Time
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Course Offering

  • Site location Springtown
  • Dates
  • Full tuition fee £ 30
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Entry Requirements

UK Requirements

No formal entry requirements

Additional Information

Registration is increasingly required by contractors, clients and government and is often a prerequisite to gaining employment on construction sites throughout Northern Ireland. The registration can be used for sites in Britain and the Republic of Ireland. Successful applicants receive a photographic identity card that provides proof of their health and safety training, their skills and qualifications, if appropriate. This is a 1 day course and the awarding body is CEF (Construction & Engineering Federation). There are no set days for this course, it is run on demand. F. Fee includes. tuition, assessment, and card fees


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    I now have the opportunity to progress to University and achieve my chosen degree in only two years due to the preparation I received here at NWRC.
    Jordan Downey
  • Image of Ryan Carlysle
    Ryan was one of 90 local construction apprentices who competed at the Construction and Industry Training Board (CITB) regional finals, which took place at our Greystone Campus in Limavady. He will now go on to represent Northern Ireland at Skills Show UK, and potentially Worldskills 2019 in Russia.
    Ryan Carlysle

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