Qualtec Offers PHECC Certified Working at Heights Instructor Course
Candidates who are interested in the working at heights instructor course can find Qualtec as the best institute offering this course as this is a PHECC recognised centre to offer health and safety instructor and end user courses. The institute has the best training staff and standard resources to offer professional courses to the candidates. Anyone who has good understanding of both written and oral English along with completing a QQL level 6 training qualification are eligible to join the working at heights instructor course. By joining this course the candidates shall be taught the skills and knowledge that one need to instruct people about the safety measures that one needs to take while working at heights and also qualify and certify the end users of the course in the personnel harness and lanyard systems as per the GA1 standard.
By doing this course one shall become proficient in the legislation related to health and safety along with working at heights and lifting equipment inspection and certification. By doing this instructor course one shall be able to take classes on ladder safety awareness, create awareness about safety measures that need to be followed working on roofs and at heights on MEWPs, safety measures to be followed while climbing mobile access towers, scaffolding, awareness and using fall arrest and fall restraint systems, working at heights related to excavations, assessment of risk working at heights, rescue plans and suspension trauma. This working at heights instructor course for experienced trainers while two days for those inexperienced trainers pursuing this course. Qualtec offer their support to the instructors who have completed the course successfully with their material like course notes, access to PowerPoint presentations, trainee assessment and inspection sheets and many more.
Qualtec also offer occupational first aid course to all the candidates who are interested to gain the knowledge and skills as a first aid responder. This course offer insights on assessing the condition of the patient and incidence procedure. Handling common medical emergencies, administering CPR, taking care of unconscious patient, injury management, handling patients with burns and electrical injury, hypothermia and hyperthermia, communication, information management and also display the necessary confidence and composure to handle emergency conditions before medical help arrives. This course is offered in three days duration and those who have successfully completed are recognised with first aid responder certificate from PHECC.