New Training Venue for SpanSet in Waltham Forest, East London
The National Construction Centre (NCC), Hollydown Way, Leytonstone, E11 4DD
Launched in 2011 the NCC was operated by CITB until January of this year. The centre successfully delivered construction training, meeting the needs of the region and the industry and establishing the Centre as one of two, main scaffolding centres in London. Now under the new management of Simian Risk/Dudley College of Technology and Waltham Forest Council, the Centre continues to offer high-quality construction skills training.
Simian are providers of specialist scaffolding training and SpanSet, as a preferred supplier and approved CITB training provider, have expanded the portfolio of training courses available at NCC to include Work at Height and Rescue training specialising in Personal Fall Protective Equipment. (see below) SpanSet are delighted to be a part of the exciting future of the National Construction Centre, considered to be a leader in modern construction training methods.
This purpose built facility has large indoor areas for construction training and classrooms to comfortably accommodate 15-20+ delegates. The NCC is ideally located close to Leyton Tube Station on the Central Line and Stratford Station. There is ample parking and itâ€™s close to the A12/M11.
SpanSet Training courses currently available at Waltham Forest:
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Safety Harness Awareness Training Course
Competent Person Practical Inspection & Record Keeping
Rooftop Safety / Work Restraint
Gotcha Kit Rescue Training
Management of Work at Height
Radio Frequency Awareness, Safety in Radio Frequency Fields
SpanSet courses to be available later in 2019:
MATS Climber Courses
Practical Lifting & Slinging Beneath the Hook
Load Restraint Appreciation and Inspection
Evacuation from Height
Practical Use of Fall Protection Equipment
SpanSet - approved CITB supplier
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