Our CDM awareness training online course provides a comprehensive overview of the key requirements of the 2015 Regulations.
CDM Regulations 2015 came unto the statute books on the 6 April 2015 replacing the 2007 Regulations. These new Regulations applies to ALL construction work carried out (proportionality is required) irrespective of size and complexity.
Our CDM e learning course simplifies the entire process and brings you quickly up to speed with the key requirements. We provide learning resources that are easy to remember and put into practice, ensuring you fulfil legislative requirements.
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How do I know if this training is for me?
If you carry out any building, civil engineering or engineering construction work which could involve:
- Fitting out
- Other Maintenance
- Decommissioning or Dismantling of a Structure
then this training is for you as CDM health and safety requirements will apply. Remember, the Regulations apply irrespective of size or complexity and therefore should be applied proportionately.
What modules are offered in the CDM training?
The training comes in the form of five separate modules, covering key aspects of the Regulations. The modules are:
- Module 1: Legislation
This module covers the objectives, scope and application of the CDM 2015 changes to the previous 2007 version and the roles and responsibilities of CDM duty holders. This module also covers the purpose and content of the 3 key documents required for every CDM project: Pre-Construction Information; Construction Phase Plan and the Health and Safety File
- Module 2: CDM Application and Notification
This module looks at where CDM applies and the types of activities undertaken that would fall under the requirements of the Regs. It also covers when notification of a project to the health and safety executive (HSE) is required and how notification is made.
- Module 3: Duty Holders and Documentation
This module focuses on the key CDM duty holders who have specific roles and responsibilities. There are 5 duty holders and these are: The Client, Principal Designer, Designer, Principal Contractor & Contractor.
- Module 4: Duties and Legal Documents
The module covers in more detail the duties of the main duty holders and the legal documents required.
- Module 5: Example Projects and Summary
This final module goes through 5 CDM projects and shows how aspects of the training covered in modules 1-4 could be applied. It covers if the project is notifiable, who the duty holders are, and what project documents are required.
How much is the CDM awareness training course?
The CDM awareness training costs £35 per person/licence and can be ordered directly from here.
If you need to provide this training to more than 10 employees, then the following discounts will apply:
10% discount for orders of 10+ courses
15% discount for orders of 25+ courses
20% discount for orders of 50+ courses
30% discount for all orders over 100 courses.
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