Are you fully compliant with the Construction Design & Management (CDM) Regulations 2015?
Astutis' CDM online course is a flexible way to understand the CDM 2015 Regulations (replacing CDM 2007), key roles, their responsibilities and how to put them into practice. It is targeted at all roles and organisations affected by the CDM 2015 Regulations and its practical and legal implications.
CDM 2015 in Practice Online Course Key Facts
Recommended study time 4-8 hours
3 months' access to all digital multimedia materials and tutor support
Short online multiple choice test
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In-depth explanation of the new CDM Regulations 2015 and how to interpret the key elements
Legal responsibilities of the new CDM Regulations 2015 on all duty holders
Detailed insight into the practical interactions between the five duty holders
Health and safety requirements for construction sites
This CDM online training course covers all the duty holders' updates legal responsibilities and the importance of understanding how they interact with each other and the legal documentation.
Why study CDM 2015 with Astutis?
Learn how to apply your understanding of CDM through workplace case studies
Support from expert tutors with construction sector experience plus online technical support
Learn more: interactive course with video, audio and animations to engage and teach you
Study on-the-go by downloading the accompanying colourful digital course notes
Get answers from tutors and discuss ideas with fellow learners on our discussion forums
CDM online course content
Introduction to CDM 2015 and interpretation of: Scope, application, and key terminology; Codes of practice; Industry guidance
Clients' new duties and responsibilities
The specific duties of and practical interactive duties of planning, managing, co-ordinating between the five duty holders, which are: Client, Principal Designer, Designer, Principal Contractor, Contractor
Overview of the general health and safety requirements for all construction sites
Key documentation: Notification, Pre-construction information, Construction phase plan, Health and safety file