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AECOR Nepal Pvt. provides a comprehensive scaffolding training program for aspiring scaffolders from entry level to Supervisors and Contract Level Managers. The objective is to provide international standard scaffolding training to aspiring scaffolders while facilitating a good foundation for career in the industry.

Nepal is one of the main sources of scaffolders to foreign countries, especially the Middle East. It was only a matter of time that the country had its own internationally recognized training academy.

The facility is equipped for the potential scaffolder to be trained according to the international industry standards. It enables the scaffolders to pursue a career in the industry with a proper base. Leading companies in various industries across the globe can be assured that the facility provides them with scaffolders according to their requirements.

In collaboration with Safety & Access Ltd. UK, AECOR Nepal provides various CISRS accredited scaffolding training in Nepal and other affiliated training institutes across the UK, Middle East and Far East.
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Courses

AECOR Nepal and Safety & Access offer's CISRS training for

CISRS OSTS Scaffolder Level 1
Duration:
Five Days
Attendees:
This course is aimed at trainee Scaffolders who require basic scaffolding skills training carried out at an approved centre or on client’s sites.
Overall Objective:
To give the attendees such knowledge and skills to enable them to erect, alter and dismantle basic scaffolding structures in traditional tube and fitting and common system scaffolds. Level 1 Scaffolders should only carry out the erection and dismantling of scaffold structures covered within course. They are competent to work as part of a team, but must not lead operations if the work is outside the scope of the training, adequate direct supervision is required at all times.
Content:
CORE THEORY UNITS

  • General Health and Safety Awareness
  • International Best Practice
  • International Performance Standards
  • Local Legal Requirements
  • Components/Materials recognition
  • Manual Handling (SG6)
  • Fall Prevention (SG4)
  • Foundations/Integrity and stability (Bracing & Ties etc)
  • Access & Egress

PRACTICAL UNITS

  • Static Tower (2 Lifts including foot tie)
  • Independent with Return (2 Lifts including foot tie)
  • Nine Standard Birdcage Scaffold (2 lifts including foot tie)
  • Practical/Theory Test
Certification::
Successful delegates will receive an Overseas Scaffolder Level 1 Certificate of Training and Record Card. (Renewed every 5 years)
Note:
Translator required if instructor cannot speak the language.
Six Months site experience is required before the learner can proceed to L2 training.
Learners to attend training with Safety Harness & Lanyard, boots, hardhat, level, tape, spanners/hammer
CISRS OSTS Scaffolder Level 2
Duration:
Five Days
Attendees:
Delegates must complete the CISRS Level 1 Overseas Scaffolder 5 day course and have held the card for at least 6 months. Training can be carried out at an approved centre or on client’s sites.
Overall Objective:
To give the attendees such knowledge and skills to enable them to erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding structures of an intermediate complexity in traditional tube and fitting and common system scaffolds. Level 2 Scaffolders should only carry out the erection and dismantling of scaffold structures covered within course. They are competent to work as part of a team, but must not lead operations if the work is outside the scope of the training, adequate direct supervision is required at all times.
Content:
CORE THEORY UNITS

  • International Best Practice
  • International Performance Standards
  • Local Legal Requirements
  • Components/Materials recognition
  • Working with Scaffold Designs
  • Manual Handling (SG6)
  • Fall Prevention (SG4)
  • Foundations/Integrity and stability (Bracing & Ties etc)
  • Access & Egress

PRACTICAL UNITS

  • Mobile Tower (not aluminium)
  • Independent (3 lifts)with Return and Protection Fan or Crash Deck
  • Edge protection/Handrails
  • Staircases (system scaffolding)
  • Loading Bay
  • Access Ramp
  • Practical/Theory Test
Certification::
Successful delegates will receive a CISRS Overseas Scaffolder Level 2 Certificate of Training and Record Card. (Renewed every five years)
Note:
Translator required if instructor cannot speak the language.
Six months site experience is requiring following the course before the learner can proceed to L3 training.
Learners to attend training with Safety Harness & Lanyard, boots, hardhat, level, tape, spanners/hammer
CISRS OSTS Scaffolder Level 3
Duration:
Five Days
Attendees:
Delegates must complete the CISRS Level 2 Overseas Scaffolder 5 day course and have held the card for at least 6 months. Training can be carried out at an approved centre or on client’s sites. (Renewed every 5 years)
Overall Objective:
To give the attendees such knowledge and skills to enable them to erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding structures of an intermediate complexity in traditional tube and fitting and common system scaffolds. Level 3 Scaffolders should only carry out the erection and dismantling of scaffold structures covered within course. They are competent to work as part of a team, but must not lead operations if the work is outside the scope of the training, adequate direct supervision is required at all times.
Content:
CORE THEORY UNITS

  • International Best Practice
  • International Performance Standards
  • Designed Scaffolds
  • Components/Materials recognition
  • Manual Handling (SG6)
  • Fall Prevention (SG4)
  • Foundations/Integrity and stability (Bracing & Ties)
  • Access & Egress

PRACTICAL UNITS

  • Bridging with Beams (Independents)
  • Simple Cantilever (from the independent access scaffold)
  • Lifting Frame
  • Splay/Radial
  • Practical/Theory Test
Certification::
CISRS Overseas Scaffolder Certificate of Training and Scheme Card
Note:
Translator required if instructor cannot speak the language.
Six Months site experience is requiring following the course before the learner can proceed to L4 training.
Learners to attend training with Safety Harness & Lanyard, boots, hardhat, level, tape, spanners/hammer
CISRS OSTS Scaffolding Supervisor Course
Duration:
3 days
Attendees:
This course is aimed at those who are responsible for the supervision, direction and instruction of scaffolding operations e.g. Charge hands, Foreman, Supervisors, Contract Supervisors and Management.
Overall Objective:
To give the attendees such knowledge and skills to enable them to supervise, monitor, direct and instruct Scaffolders for scaffolding operations.
Content:
Health & Safety
International Best Practice
Health and Safety Management
Performance Standards
NASC Safety and Technical Guidance
Design Appreciation
Supervisory Skills
Competence and Allocating Duties
Planning and Organisation, Materials and Logistics
Effective Supervision
Commissioning and Handover
Scaffold Inspections and Inspection Practices
Effective Communication (including basic presentation skill, briefings and toolbox talks)
Risk Assessment:
Delegates are required to undertake a project which contributes to the overall assessment.
Certification::
Successful delegates will receive a CISRS Overseas Scaffold Supervisor Certificate of Training and Record Card.
Note:
Translator required if instructor cannot speak the language.
A renewal course is required within every five years.
Trainees will require suitable PPE to undertake practical scaffold inspection.
A maximum of 12 learners per course is permitted.
CISRS OSTS Basic Scaffold Inspection
Duration:
3 days
Attendees:
This course is aimed at those who are required to carry out safety inspections for basic access, working and special scaffolds.
Overall Objective:
To give the attendees such knowledge and skills to enable them to inspect basic access, working and special scaffolds and complete safety inspection reports.
Content:
The course will give trainees an understanding of:

  • Introduction to Scaffolding & Scaffolding Terminology
  • International Standards (British, European, US & Local)
  • International Best Practice & Industry Standards (NASC)
  • Overview of Fall prevention in Scaffolding
  • Tube, fittings & boards
  • Safe access and egress
  • Scaffolders training and working methods
  • Bracing and tying scaffolds
  • Mobile, static and loading towers
  • Birdcage scaffolds
  • Beams and bridging beams
  • Public protection
  • Various types of system scaffolding
  • How to carry out a scaffolding inspection
  • Scaffold Inspection Reports & Scaffold Tagging Systems
  • Practical Scaffold Inspection Exercises
  • Knowledge Test and Assessment
Certification::
Successful delegates will receive a CISRS Overseas Basic Scaffold Inspector Certificate of Training and Record Card.
Note:
The Scaffold Inspection qualification requires renewal within every five years. Trainees will require suitable PPE to undertake practical scaffold inspection.
A maximum of 12 learners per course is permitted. Translator required if instructor cannot speak the language.
CISRS OTS Advanced Scaffold Inspection
Duration:
2 days
Attendees:
This course is intended for persons responsible for inspecting and checking scaffolds for safe use and for signing certificates and registers in accordance with statutory and local regulations. Attendance of 12 learners per course.
Overall Objective:
Construction Industry Scaffolders Record Scheme (CISRS.)The overall aim is to develop in delegates an understanding of the appropriate local safety regulations and the ability to interpret design specifications technical requirements when inspecting complex/design scaffolding structures.
Content:
At the end of the training the learner will be able to:

  • Interpret Scaffold design drawings for inspection purposes and will be able to inspect, and record the findings of such an inspection for:
  • A Basic Design Scaffold
  • Two-Way Shore
  • Raking Shore
  • Dead Shore
  • Slung scaffold
  • Staircase scaffold
  • Temporary Roofs
  • Truss-out scaffold
  • Temporary ramps
  • Cantilever drop
  • Competence is measured by multi choice examination and practical
    scaffold inspection examination
Certification::
CISRS Certificate of training upon completion of course and successful completion of both examinations.
Note:
The Scaffold Inspection qualification requires renewal within every five years.
Trainees will require suitable PPE to undertake practical scaffold inspection in accordance with local requirements.
Translator required if instructor cannot speak the language.
CISRS OSTS SSPTS Cuplok
Venue:
This training can be delivered on site if suitable theoretical and practical facilities are available.
Duration:
2 days
Prerequisition
Attendees:
Operatives and supervisors who use Cuplok scaffolding during their normal working day.
Overall Objectives:
To give attendees up to date knowledge and training on the safe use of Cuplok scaffolding.
Content:
  • Introduction
  • Overview of system and technical application.
  • Overview of components and configurations
  • Safe system of work at height (SG4 Current Edition)
  • Erect/dismantle 4.2m loading tower from drawing
  • Erect/dismantle 1lift birdcage from drawing
  • Erect/dismantle 4m staircase from drawing
  • Erect/dismantle 3 bay x 1 bay independent with 2 lift return plus table lift from drawing
  • Erect/dismantle 2 bay independent with ladder access from drawing
Assessment:
  • Erect/dismantle 3 bay independent scaffold with 1 board inside platform bracket with a 2 bay return with a 2 board inside platform bracket
  • Theory question paper
  • This is a pass/fail assessment
Note:
Minimum completion of CISRS Part One Tube and Fitting Course required. Following successful completion of this training and assessment, a qualification can be put on the reverse of the Scaffolder CISRS Card. Trainees will receive CISRS Certification Only

Scaffolding Awareness Course:

It is specifically designed for new trainees, scaffolding yard workers and laborers to teach the basic elements related to scaffolding.

It is an introductory training course for aspiring workers who intend to make a career in scaffolding industry. The course has a good combination of practical and theoretical structure for initial scaffolding awareness and hazards knowledge. On successful completion of the course, the trainees will be issued with AECOR Scaffolding Awareness Course Card.

CISRS Center Accreditation Certificates

  • CISRS Certificate

    CISRS Certificate

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