The Train the Trainer Woodworking Machinery Course has 1 review(s) with an average rating of 5 out of 5.
Wadkin Bursgreen is a leading provider of Woodworking Machine Safety Training. As a specialist provider, we can provide woodwoking machinery training courses on a big range of machines for Experienced, Novice and Trainers users. Our fully comprehensive training covers HSE standard and PUWER regulation
The Wadkin Bursgreen train the trainer course is designed to benefit the larger or expanding company that would have multiple employees that require certificated wood machinery training.
You would select an experienced member of your staff and our trainer would design a course specific to your business. This would take into account your current woodworking machinery setup. He/she would the train the candidate to a point where he/she could then give accredited training to your other employees.
After the training has been completed your members off staff are assessed before being issued the legal certificate.
The Train the Trainer certificate would need to be refreshed every 3 to 5 years.
Where does this happen?
Generally, these woodworking machinery courses are delivered in your own facility but we can deliver it in our training academy showroom in Leicestershire if you need it.
What are the costs?
Each course is bespoke and a quote would be issued when all the information is collated. Please, complete the questionnaire below to get a quotation in 24 hours.
Yes, our woodworking training courses are available in the whole of the UK
A fully accredited certificate of competence. As soon as they pass the training, they get a legal certificate of the train the trainer training course. After 7-10 days, you receive a print diploma.
Our fully comprehensive training covers HSE standard and PUWER regulation.
Every effort is made to work around production needs but the candidate would have to concentrate on the course.
Training can include all classical sawing, planing, moulding, shaping and jointing machines
Regulation 9, The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations require every employer to ensure that all employees who use woodwork equipment have received suitable and sufficient training. Refresher training to be taken every 3 to 5 years to maintain personnel competency in line with current HSE guidance.
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