Accredited CDM Training 2018
All of our CDM Training focuses at the heart of CDM, the skillful process of Design Risk Management (DRM). DRM is the application of the General Principles of Prevention (PoP) which is the “Art of CDM”.
In addition to the 2 current accredited courses offered by Butler & Young, 2018 sees the launch of a suite of CDM Training Courses including On-Line Training under the banner of the “Art of CDM”. This requires creativity and innovation in application, not ticking boxes and filling in forms.
The Management of Pre-Construction Health and Safety – APS & RIBA Accredited – Two Day
This two day course is aimed at all Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM2015) duty holders and those involved in construction planning, design and management. It has been developed to guide you through the regulatory requirements and practical implementation of CDM2015. The course is accredited by the Association for Project Safety (APS) and the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).
The course has been designed for Clients, Principal Designers, Designers, Principal Contractors and Contractors on how they can ensure compliance with CDM2015 in the pre-construction phase of a construction project. It is also aimed at CDM Advisors, Project Managers, Facilities Managers and any other construction professionals that have a duty to comply with CDM2015.
The course content covers the implications for all duty holders in discharging their duties and includes the historical background. It considers the expectations of the HSE in what they hope to achieve and provides detailed analysis for applying CDM2015, referencing the HSE’s accompanying L-Series Guidance and the associated HSE-CITB industry guidance documents. You will have an insight into the intentions and implications of CDM2015 for duty holders in the pre-construction phase, and the detailed requirements for discharging health and safety co-ordination duties. It also includes guidance for construction safety professionals on how they can utilise their skills, knowledge and experience to advise and assist CDM2015 duty holders.
The Art of CDM – The training includes the process and procedures for carrying out Design Risk Management (DRM) and how duty holders can achieve compliance with CDM2015 for planning, managing, monitoring and coordinating matters relating to health and safety in the pre-construction phase. Emphasis is placed on understanding the general principles of prevention (PoP) and how they can be applied to DRM for construction.
Butler and Young Training is a RIBA assessed CPD provider and APS accredited training provider. We will ensure our experience is incorporated into this approved training course and wherever possible and appropriate, practical examples are used to emphasise knowledge learning.
The content includes:
- Introduction and Legislation
- The CDM 2015 Regulations
- Pre-Construction Design Risks
- Pre-Construction Compliance
- Design Risk Management
- CDM Compliance and Commercial Process
- Personal Study, Class Participation and Formal Testing
We currently have the following 2 day “Management of Pre-Construction Health & Safety” courses scheduled:
- 6-7 March 2018 Plymouth/Exeter
- 14-15 March 2018 Glasgow
- 14-15 March 2018 London Gatwick
- 10-11 April 2018 Newcastle
- 25-26 April 2018 Belfast
- 25-26 April 2018 London Central
- 6-7 June 2018 Liverpool/Manchester
- 11-12 July 2018 London Gatwick
- 17-18 Oct 2018 Cardiff
- 14-15 Nov 2018 London Central
- 12-13 Dec 2018 Edinburgh
The cost of the 2 day course “The Management of Pre-Construction Health & Safety” is £595.00 + VAT. Please note that the courses will be run from 08.30 – 17.30 each day. Registration on Day one will commence at 8.00am.
From APS – Membership Exemptions for IMaPS:
“An individual who successfully completes the accredited course in The Management of Pre-construction Health and Safety may claim points as allocated in the Qualifications and Experience table towards meeting full membership of APS. An individual who meets the above criteria will also be exempt from sitting the Examination for admission to APS membership for a period of three months from the date on which APS issues a certificate confirming successful completion of the accredited course. A copy of the certificate must be included with an application”. There is a requirement for pre and post course learning to meet the full APS requirements of membership.
For more information about the various APS membership options, please visit their website at: http://www.aps.org.uk/membership/becoming-individual-member
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone Angela Coomber on 020 8253 4930 Mobile: 07808 888314
Introduction to the Principal Designer Role – APS Accredited – One Day
This one day course, prepared by Butler and Young Training, is exactly as the title suggests, an introduction to the PD role. It has been designed to explain what the Principal Designer must and should do and is aimed at those taking on the Principal Designer role whilst employing a CDM Advisor to assist them to discharge their duties.
It is based on material from our APS Accredited 2 Day Course in “The Management of Pre-Construction Health & Safety” which has also been accredited by RIBA. This course aims to provide knowledge of the functions of a Principal Designer for medium and large projects and also for those designers taking on the Principal Designer role for smaller, less complicated, projects. It does not go into the detail of the 2 Day course but will provide an insight into the duty holder requirements for compliance with CDM 2015. It is a condensed version of the 2 Day Course.
For those who wish to join the APS, an individual who successfully completes an “Introduction to Principal Designer Role” course may claim points as allocated in the Qualifications and Experience table towards membership of APS. A copy of the certificate must be included with an application.
The introduction course content will include:
- Introduction and Legislation
- The Regulations – CDM 2015 and Duties
- Risk Assessment, Health and Safety Compliance and Design Risk Management
We currently have the following one day courses scheduled:
- 21 March 2018 London Central
- 18 April 2018 Leeds
- 23 May 2018 Bristol
- 14 June 2018 Glasgow
- 27 June 2018 London Gatwick
- 18 July 2018 Manchester/Liverpool
- 18 Sept 2018 Salisbury/Southampton
- 24 Oct 2018 Birmingham
- 7 Nov 2018 London Gatwick
- 11 Dec 2018 Glasgow
The cost of the 1 day course “Introduction to the Principal Designer Role” is £295.00 + VAT.
For more information, email email@example.com or telephone Angela Coomber on 020 8253 4930 Mobile: 07808 888314.
NEW COURSES FOR 2018
APS Courses with Accreditation Pending
Principal Designer – Two Day
This 2 day ‘hands-on’ course is specifically aimed at Designers wanting to take on the Principal Designer role. This course, whilst similar to The Management of Pre-construction Health and Safety, contains important design risk management training and concentrates on exactly how to discharge the PD role in a proportionate manner for any size of project. The course includes practical workshops on how to discharge the PD role and what it means to be, “a designer with control over the pre-construction phase of a project”. What must be done to properly plan, manage, monitor and coordinate matters relating to health and safety in the pre-construction phase?
CDM2015 Awareness – One Day
This course gives an overview of the requirements for Clients, Principal Designers, Principal Contractors, Contractors, Designers and Workers, and how the regulations apply to construction projects.
BRAND NEW COURSES WITH ACCREDITATION PENDING
Principal Contractor – Two Day
This 2 day ‘hands-on’ course is specifically aimed at Contractors wanting to take on the Principal Contractor role. Like the other courses, this course contains important design risk management training but concentrates on exactly how to discharge the PC role in a proportionate manner for any size of project. The course includes practical workshops on how to discharge the Contractor and PC roles and what it means to be a contractor with control over the construction phase of a project? What must be done to properly plan, manage, monitor and coordinate matters relating to health and safety in the Construction Phase?
On-Line CDM Training Packs
Butler & Young are currently designing and filming a number of on-line CDM Sessions and Packs aimed at all those undertaking formal training. Formal training might be for a degree course, professional membership or apprenticeships however, the training could be suitable for anyone wishing to improve their skill, knowledge and experience. This will help ensure the CDM2015 “organisational capability” of your organisation. A “Taster Session” will soon be available so get in touch if you are interested in facilitating our on-line training.
For more information contact Angela Coomber by email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our training department can be contacted by phone on 020 8253 4930 or Mobile: 07808 888314