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Managing Contractors in Schools

Duration
3 hours
Cost
£595.00 + VAT
CPD

What this course contains

This course will provide premises officers with the information required to ensure contractors working on the school site are suitably managed.

Intended outcomes

Intended Outcomes:

  • Identify the legal requirements for managing contractors
  • Understand Health and Safety management systems
  • Identify why joint arrangements are necessary
  • Communicating and implementing control measures and emergency procedures
  • Assessing contractor's risk assessments
  • Implementing a Permit to Work system.

Who is this course for

Designed for Premises Managers / Premises Officers.

The cost

The course costs £595.00 + VAT and can be delivered on site to up to 15 people.

For schools that do not subscribe to our Health & Safety Support Service, fees are £895 plus VAT.

Assessment

To successfully complete the course, attendees will be required to pass a short assessment.

CPD

Upon successful completion of the course attendees will be issued a CPD accredited certificate. The course equates to 3 hours of CPD.

How to book

Call: 020 7336 8403 or email: hs-training@judicium.com or fill out the form below

Submit enquiry

Don't forget...

.... that our HR Advisory service now includes an annual visit to your school.  You can use this visit to apprise us of any new developments in your school or alternatively to assist you with any HR issues that are better dealt with face to face.

There is no extra cost for this visit and it is available to all HR Advisory clients old and new.  If you would like to book a visit by one of our consultants to your school, please contact us on 0845 459 7013.

"Head teachers have a difficult job and often have to balance several conflicting viewpoints. Indeed, when dealing with multiple stakeholders and various interested parties simultaneously, it is always good to have a "reflective hand" to provide advice and guidance.” John Leigh, Head teacher - Sandbach Academy