RIDGEWAY TRAIN

THE BEST IN EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

As part of our commitment to safe practices and the protection of the workforce in the construction industry we have expanded our range of professionally accredited training courses.
These can now be booked online.

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We offer training in a wide variety of skills covering everything from safety harness use and work at height training to COSHH Awareness; from how to deliver effective toolbox talks to fire safety awareness.

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Our training Team can also supply bespoke training days as required please contact us to make an enquiry.

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“Working safely is like breathing – if you don’t, you die.”

Jerry Smith

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Since Ridgeway established their first Training Courses in 2005 many days of specialist training have been delivered across the construction industry for builders, installers, suppliers, clients, architects and main contractors.

As new and innovative products and systems are developed to meet regulatory requirements and keep pace with industry building methods, we continue to develop expert course content to meet the latest skills requirements.

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Courses Accredited By

PASMA

PASMA training equips you with the knowledge and skills you need to use scaffold towers safely at work or at home. There’s a range of courses available, each covering a different type of tower.

You only need to do the courses that cover the towers you want to use.

CSR

CSR aims to raise health and safety standards and reduce accidents in the construction industry by ensuring that all construction workers undertake health and safety training every 4 years.

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.

HEALTH & SAFETY

The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 requires employers to provide whatever information, instruction, training and supervision is necessary to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health and safety at work of employees.

This is expanded by the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, which identify situations where health and safety training is particularly important, e.g. when people start work, on exposure to new or increased risks and where existing skills may have become rusty or need updating.

PASMA Accreditation

PASMA is the international not-for-profit association for the mobile access tower industry. Representing the interests of manufacturers, suppliers, specifiers and users, it provides and oversees the industry standard training scheme and is a major publisher of safety-related knowledge, information and guidance.

OUR TRAINERS

Our trainers are teaching and assessor-qualified to the highest level across all construction sector areas. With professional affiliations including Institute of Roofers, Institute of Occupational Health and Safety, Chartered Institute of Building and many more, our training personnel bring a wealth of on-site experience into the classroom in all aspects of the building industry, with a focus on safe working practices.

Our expert and trusted training team will equip you with the knowledge and skills to operate confidently and safely on site and take your expertise to the next level. With Ridgeway Training, quality professional development for you and your staff is assured.

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The trainer and course content were excellent. Good handouts and I got exactly what I needed from the course.

Mark Wilson / Wind Turbine Installer

I attended a one-day CSR health and safety course at Ridgeway. All aspects of the training were very good.

Kieran O'Brien / Project Manager

An excellent course, easy to follow. The trainer made everything very clear.

Lucas Nowak / Welder

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Courses can be provided as needed to groups please just ask.

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