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CDM 2015 in Practice Training for Your Staff at Your Premises

CDM 2015 in Practice at your Organisation

Do your staff need a detailed guide to CDM 2015?

CDM 2015 in Practice provides an in-depth explanation of the Construction Design and Management (CDM) regulations 2015, which replace CDM 2007. The course presents the specific, interactive duties CDM 2015 places on those planning, managing, monitoring, coordinating and carrying out construction work.

CDM 2015 in Practice In-company Course Key Facts
Learning MethodsVirtual, Online and In-company
Duration2 days
Modules5 modules
AssessmentsAn open book multiple choice assessment’

Benefits of staff training at your organisation 

  • Cost and time saving solution to suit your budget
  • Relevant training tailored to your organisational requirements using  your documentation, procedures, typical workplace scenarios, images
  • Experienced trainers with a background in construction
  • Unique materials with your company identity with branding and images
  • A dedicated account manager to organise all aspects of your training
  • Convenient training delivery practicalities to suit availability and location

Online CDM in Practice staff training

Astutis can also offer a CDM in Practice online course for your staff, meaning training can be undertaken flexibly and around existing work committments. You can monitor your staff's progress throughout the course using our reporting system; view group and personal progress, analysis of course assessments, time spent on the course, course completion and marks achieved. Contact us using the form on this page to find out more about online learning options. 

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What is covered in the CDM in Practice course? 

The CDM in Practice course content covers:

  • Introduction to CDM 2015: scope, application, and interpretation of key terminology, codes of practice and industry guidance
  • The specific duties of and practical interactions between the five duty holders: Client, Principal Designer, Designer, Principal Contractor and 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.

Click here to see the full CDM 2015 in Practice syllabus.

How we develop the right course for your staff

  1. Our account manager will discuss your objectives in order to develop the best training programme for your staff, based on your target audience, learning needs, desired outcomes and practical elements.
  2. Our team of Consultants will match a trainer with a construction background and work  closely with you throughout. You will agree the level of course tailoring (if any) you require, which our team will then use to adapt the course content to suit your requirement.
  3. We deliver the exact course you have agreed, using the best learning methods and timeframe to suit your employees. We work closely with you at every stage of your training experience to ensure we are meeting your training objectives. 

Discuss the CDM in Practice 2015 for your staff

Make sure your staff are up to date on the CDM 2015 Regulations. Get in touch with Astutis today to find out more about a course at your organisation.

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