Online Carbon Management Training Whatever your organisation, over the last few years the language of carbon has become increasingly relevant as customers, funders, purchasing organisations and other stakeholders expect their supply chain to have an understanding of its carbon emissions. In this introductory course we will provide the background to understanding carbon in context of business operations, lifting the lid on the reasons for, potential business benefits and opportunities associated with, and the meaning of greenhouse gas emissions, carbon footprinting, a carbon audit, scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions, net zero, carbon offsetting and other terms. The course will be delivered by trainers with over 20 year’s practical experience of delivering carbon management projects to companies and other organisations across... Read more
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Online IEMA Environmental Managers Training Course Designed to support managers and supervisors in understanding the strategic and operational implications environmental sustainability has on them, their team and department, enabling them to contribute to the improved environmental sustainability of their organisation. This course is delivered by our IEMA Accredited Partners Mabbett & Associates. Overview This 2-day course has been designed to support managers and supervisors in understanding the strategic and operational implications environmental sustainability has on them, their team and department, enabling them to contribute to the improved environmental sustainability of their organisation. On completion of the course, managers and supervisors will better understand their role in promoting sustainability within their organisation. The course is delivered through trainer based presentations and... Read more
Site Engineers are self -taught or muddling through with AutoCAD and feel they are not getting the most out of this powerful tool. A couple of days of focused training can unlock a massive amount of potential, provide significant improvements in productivity, reduce the risk of expensive errors, and most importantly build confidence and increase motivation and job satisfaction. If you are not sure if your Site Engineers are using AutoCAD to it’s full potential, ask them this one quick question – ‘Do you think you could be better at your job if you were given AutoCAD training designed specifically for Site Engineers?’ About this course This course is aimed at people who want to learn to use... Read more
Essential training to become approved to collect water samples from Scottish Water’s drinking water network. Available at client sites. Scottish Water DOMS (Distribution Operations & Maintenance Strategy) Modules 13 / Advanced Sampling Practitioner The Scottish Water Distribution Operations & Maintenance Strategy (DOMS) Advanced Sampling training course is a company scheme, created and owned by Scottish Water relevant for anyone taking potable water samples on the live water distribution network, from new water mains, new water service connections and sampling associated with water commissioning. **Candidates must have a valid National Water Hygiene and Scottish Water DOMS Modules 1 to 12 registrations to be able to attend the advanced sampling practitioner course** Candidates who should attend Scottish Water staff, Contractor’s workforce inclusive... Read more
Super User Utility Location Coach The Super user is responsible for supervising and assessing New Locators, Competent Locators and Competent Locator Supervisors. Experienced in utility location and application techniques. The Super User Locator will be the appointed person to provide onsite assessments against the ZSi Training Specification and assessment (Appendices 1, 3 and 4). Must be competent in data download activities and communicating the data with the appropriate parties for trending and analysis. Must ensure they regularly use Genny and CAT equipment to maintain and increase competence Overview To be able to complete a permit to dig Understand the risks related to utility strikes & HSG47 To have advanced knowledge in the theory of Genny & CAT operation Practically competent... Read more
Course Content The NRSWA Location and Avoidance training course content includes: • New Roads & Street Works Act. • Basic principles of location and avoidance of underground services. • Hazard identification and the risks associated with them. • Reading and interpreting site plans. Knowledge By the end of the course delegates will be able to: • Understand the basic principles of the current NRSW Act and standards • Identify potential risks to themselves and others. • Read and understand site plans. • Operate cable avoidance tools in order to avoid or locate underground apparatus.