CITB Environmental Awareness Course
What does the course cover?
courses covers a range of environmental issues that apply to site managers and supervisors in construction. The aims of the (SEATS courses
) is to provide candidates with an understanding of what construction environmental issues are, what they law says about these and how they can manage these in terms of their responsibility.
Specific topics covered include the importance of the environment, management systems, being a responsible contractor, archeology and heritage, being a good neighbour, waste management and pollution prevention.
How long is the course?
While SEATS course
is only one day long, it has great value, both in helping contractors to protect the environment and by helping to improve public relations between contractors and residents, allowing the whole project to go more smoothly.
How is the course assessed?
courses are assessed by two methods, Firstly there is a group discussion which allows candidates to show they have grasped the concepts covered in the day. The second in a multiple-choice exam made up of 25 questions. Candidates must get at least 18 right to pass.
Can I do the course at my location?
Try using an online service provider to find the closest location offering the course to you. Or if you have more than four delegates you could ask them to quote the cost of having a trainer visit your site and deliver the SEATS
course there. Remember the more delegates you have in this situation, the lower the cost per delegate will be as you will be charged a total price.