New Roads and Street Works Training
New Roads & Street Works (NRSWA) training we offer is in line with The New Roads and Street Works Act 1991, which places a duty on any person or organisation undertaking work involving the installation, renewal, maintenance or inspection of underground apparatus in any street or road to ensure that work is under the control of competent persons.
When booking New Roads & Street Works training courses, it is essential you refer to the official photos guidelines form, which is available to view here
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To provide delegates with the skills and knowledge to perform operative duties to the standards prescribed by SQA in-line with the NRSWA Act 1991, in order to safeguard themselves and others. NRSWA Operatives
To provide delegates with the skills and knowledge to perform Supervisor duties to the standards prescribed by SQA in-line with the NRSWA Act 1991, in order to safeguard themselves and others. NRSWA Supervisors
This course is designed to make candidates aware of the dangers involved in excavating on public highways and private land and train them to detect and avoid most buried apparatus. Location & Avoidance of Underground Apparatus (Cat & Genny) Unit 1
This course will certificate the successful candidate to undertake the setting out of traffic lights, signs, cones and barriers. As a Supervisor setting out traffic signage you will need Unit 2 as well as Unit 10. NRSWA Signing, Lighting and Guarding Unit 2 Operatives and Unit 10 Supervisors
This 2 day course is to refresh the knowledge of the delegates in preparation of the question papers that are to follow, this will be done by PowerPoint presentation and delegate / instructor interaction.
Delegates will then be required to sit a question paper for each unit. There will be a duration allowed of 30 minutes to complete each paper and 80% is the pass rate on each paper.
At the end of the 2 days there will be an opportunity for delegates to re-sit question papers for up to 2 units should they fail the required pass mark on their first attempt. NRSWA Re-assessment