The Scaffolding Apprenticeship programme is held over a minimum of 18 months at participating Accredited Centres. It includes the training route to qualify as a CISRS Scaffolder and can be carried out on Tube & Fittings and System Scaffold. The Apprenticeship scheme is structured to allow operatives more time to complete the Construction Diploma (DIP087), attend the practical training courses and complete S/NVQ Level 2. Operatives on the apprenticeship route are not required to take the CISRS 1 Day Skills Test, this element is fully incorporated into the final assessment week of the Apprenticeship Programme.
What will you do
You will receive site-based practical experience along with comprehensive off-the-job training consisting of a number of scaffolding programmes: COTS Course, Tube & Fitting Scaffolding, System Scaffolding, Part 1A, Part 1B, Part 2A, and Part 2B.
If you don’t already have your own company sponsor, our dedicated advisors at NETA Training can help you to contact local businesses.
Progression on to a higher level engineering qualification or go into full-time employment.
Help & FAQ
You will be allocated a course tutor/assessor to provide guided learning and support with assignments. You will be observed in the workplace by your allocated assessor.