Working in trenches is arguably one of the most dangerous tasks undertaken in the civil construction industry.
The primary function of any trench support method is to protect people from caving ground. The secondary function is to provide support to nearby structures and allow equipment access to the work.
You will learn about the effect of different soils and ground types, trenches, control of excavations (benching, battering, shoring) and safe removal of trench support.
This course is one (1) day
ALL LEARNERS WILL BE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE PHOTOGRAPHIC IDENTIFICATION UPON ARRIVING FOR THEIR COURSE
Entrants will need a level of language and literacy skills to enable them to meet the requirements of the course.
Language. Literacy and Numeracy skills required for this course include:
• using a range of communications techniques and equipment to convey information to others
• complying with written and verbal reporting requirements and procedures
his course is delivered and assessed face to face.
There are theory and practical training and assessment components to the course.
Public courses are scheduled frequently in Adelaide and Perth, and are available in NT on request.
This course can also be delivered regionally – please contact the office for regional locations and dates.
Civil Train can come to your worksite to deliver training to a group of employees – please contact the office for a quote.
Please refer to our Fees Schedule for current fees and subsidies.
Please refer to our Fees and Refunds Policy for terms and conditions.
A CIVIL TRAIN TEAM MEMBER WILL CONTACT YOU WITHIN 24 HOURS OF YOUR ENQUIRY.