Danny Sullivan Group believes that training and up-skilling is an integral part of our business and that is why all our staff benefit from on-going training and development.
We pride ourselves on working closely with our clients, ensuring that all our employees have the relevant training to carry out their duties.
We are also able to offer in house NVQ Level II Plant and Machinery Operations & Level III Supervision and Foreman.
We have recently worked closely with the Skanska / Balfour Beatty joint venture on the M25 widening scheme to establish and deliver a safety critical plant & vehicle marshal training programme to over 250 staff across the JV.
We were also recommended by Balfour Beatty to BB/Mott McDonald Area 4 maintenance contract to train all staff and Management.
Our on-site trainer is qualified in and can carry out the following:
- City and Guilds Manual Handling - A fully accredited and approved certificated course delivered across our own workforce and to those of principal contractors by a qualified City and Guilds trainer/instructor.
- The Use and Changing of Abrasive Wheels - This new in-house abrasive wheels training is delivered in accordance with, The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998, with an emphasis on HAVS awareness.
- NVQ’s using a fully qualified C Skills/City and Guilds NVQ Level 2 Assessor in Civil Engineering, including, formwork, steel fixing, structural concrete, kerbs and channels, and kerbs and domestic drainage and all tunnelling support services/ disciplines.
- CPCS Plant Assessments - Are delivered in all plant and machinery, including, dumpers, rollers, excavators, 360 degree wheeled and tracked, forklift, slinger/signallers. The Plant & Vehicle Marshal training course is accepted by C Skills, to be adopted as a CPCS carded category which is the largest and most highly recognised card scheme for the plant industry.
- CPCS A73 course - Danny Sullivan Group have worked together in alliance with our clients to design, compile and initiate a bespoke alternative to the costly and time consuming CPCS A73 course. Our training team have worked closely with our clients to create a course that meets industry standards and best practice. There are many benefits to our bespoke course; firstly, operatives will no longer have to sacrifice three days of work at an accredited centre. Secondly, by adapting our bespoke course to your training you could save up to half of that cost of the conventional CPCS A73 practice.
In addition, we can also deliver in house behavioural based safety training.
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