In February 2020, Crown Highways built on a foray into the world of training and assessment by becoming a fully approved City & Guilds, HESA and LANTRA approved training centre.
Delivered at Crown HQ in Burntwood, Staffordshire, as well as also providing off-site training at the convenience of their client, Crown launched a wide array of available training courses that they now add to.
New Courses – HESA delivery scope increases
Crown Highways has now increased the range of courses they can now deliver, and these can be seen in the full list below.
Two key additions include the HESA 717- Fundamental inspection and testing for the addition or alteration to an installation and HESA 302.1 – Installing, Maintaining, and removing temporary traffic Management on rural and urban roads, has been added to the Crown arsenal as of 24th June following passing the requirements.
HESA 717 – Fundamental Inspection and Testing for the Addition or Alteration to an Installation is a relatively new course, which enables the upskill of existing or new staff.
The passing of the course will enable the qualified to be able to carry out works such as lantern changes, testing upon these alterations, as well as addition of the new or existing cable to the end line circuit.
The course is ideal for those who have never, or those who have limited testing knowledge and provides a step towards other items where they could progress further. One further step for example, would be completing the HESA 714 course with the experience and knowledge gained from the 717 and site competency assessments.
Crown Highways also now delivers the HESA 302.1 Temporary Traffic Management excluding Temp Traffic Signals.
This course enables the student to deliver Temporary Traffic Management to assist them in their current role and allows this to be able to understand the requirements of the Red Book.
Mike Dale, Crown Highways MD spoke to us about the new additions:
“We continue to drive our training division to be the best it can be, always looking to add further value to our clients with new courses they can rely on Crown to deliver. These two new courses are just another step along that path.
“We’ll continue to diversify, as well as continue to look for ways we can improve our current courses to deliver the highest level of quality.”
The full list of available courses at Crown Highways is below:
- 101 – Health, Safety and Environment at Work
- 102 – Control of substances hazardous to health
- 103 – Electrical Safety
- 104 – Manual Handling
- 105 – Interpretation of Legislation & Standards
- 106 – Emergency Preparedness
- Combi – 101 to 106 Combined Combination
- 201 – Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
- 203 – Appreciation of Public Lighting and T/Sign Equipment
- 204 – Hand Held Tools including Operating Hand Held Drills/Screwdrivers
- 207 – Effective Personal Protective Equipment
- 209 – On Site Safety
- Combi – 201-203-204-207-209 Combined Combination Pubic Lighting
- 202 – Avoiding Danger from Underground Services
- 210 – Working in the vicinity of DNO / IDNO equipment (including G39)
- 214 – Safe Isolation Procedures
- 204.1 – Hand Powered Tools – Equipment Type
- 302.1 – Installing, Maintaining and removing temporary traffic Management on rural and urban roads
- 402 – Electricity at Work regulations
- 403 – BS7671 / IET Wiring Regulations
- 714 – Initial and Periodic Electrical Inspection and Testing (Public Lighting)
- 717- Fundamental inspection and testing for the addition or alteration to an installation
- 801 – Supervise teams on site
- 802 – Set teams to work & supervise Quality, Safety & Productivity
- Combi – 801 and 802 Combined Combination
- 805 – CDM Awareness
City & Guilds Courses
- City & Guilds 2382-18 Full Course 3 Days
- City & Guilds 2382-18 Short Course 1 Day
- City & Guilds 2382-18 Full Online Course (exam include delivered at our centre)
- City & Guilds 2382-18 Short Online Course (exam include delivered at our centre)
- 5743 – Highways England Common Induction
- 5859- Abrasive Wheels Machines (up to 4 machine types)
- 6139 – Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPS) 1b – Assessment Only
- 6138 – Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPS) 1b
- 6139 -Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPS) Scissors – Assessment Only
- 6138 – Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPS) Scissors
- 6139 – Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPS) Self Propelled – Assessment Only
- 6138 – Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPS) Self Propelled
- 6139 – Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPS) Trailed – Assessment Only
- 6138 – Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPS) Trailed
- 3069 – Health & Safety – Working at Height
- 3070 -Health and Safety for the Workplace
- 3066 – Health, Safety and Environmental Awareness – Construction – with Assessment
- 3067 – Health, Safety and Environmental Awareness – Fencing
- 3130 – Health, Safety and Environmental Awareness – Construction – Training Only
- 5897 – Working in Low Risk Confined Spaces
- 5898 – Working in Medium Risk Confined Spaces
- 402 – Manual Handling Awareness
- 403 – Safe Lifting Techniques (with problem solving)
- 322 – Emergency First Aid at Work
- 324 – First Aid at Work
For more information on our Training, or any of the above courses,
email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01543 682329