Crown Highways | Crown becomes City & Guilds, HESA and Lantra approved training centre
After taking a step into the world of training in 2019, Crown Highways has recently become a City & Guilds, HESA and LANTRA approved Training Centre.
Crown Highways now offers a diverse range of courses all delivered within their bespoke training facility located near Crown Highways Head Quarters at Unit 8, Queens Drive Industrial Estate, Chasetown, Burntwood, Staffordshire. WS7 4QF.
Crown also has the capability to travel to off-site locations and deliver the courses at the convenience of a client.
The fully approved training centre status follows Crown Highways’ first foray into training taken in 2019, when the company became Lantra accredited to deliver the Highways England Common Induction Training Course (HCI).
The common induction training course is for anyone who accesses Highways England sites. Any worker, supervisor, delivery driver, office staff, manager, foreman- the list can go on. Anyone visiting site needs Common induction Training.
Crown Highways worked with Lantra to be able to implement delivery of the course themselves and now proudly add HESA and City & Guilds approved status as well as full Lantra approval.
Below is an in-depth list of the courses Crown Highways now delivers, that are accredited to the awarding bodies they are approved by:
City & Guilds:
- City & Guilds 2382-18 Full Course 3 Days
- City & Guilds 2382-18 Short Course 1 Day
- City & Guilds 2382-18 Full Online Course (exam included)
- City & Guilds 2382-18 Short Online Course (exam included)
- 101 – Health, Safety and Environment at Work
- 102 – Control of substances hazardous to health
- 103 – Electrical Safety
- 104 – Manual Handling
- 105 – Interpretation of Legislation & Standards
- 106 – Emergency Preparedness
- Combi – 101 to 106 Combined Combination
- 201 – Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
- 203 – Appreciation of Public Lighting and T/Sign Equipment
- 204 – Handheld Tools including Operating Handheld Drills/Screwdrivers
- 207 – Effective Personal Protective Equipment
- 209 – On-Site Safety
- Combi – 201-203-204-207-209 Combined Combination Pubic Lighting
- 210 – Working in the vicinity of DNO / IDNO equipment (including G39)
- 204.1 – Hand Powered Tools – Equipment Type
- 402 – Electricity at Work regulations
- 403 – BS7671 / IET Wiring Regulations
- 801 – Supervise teams on site
- 802 – Set teams to work & supervise Quality, Safety & Productivity
- Combi – 801 and 802 Combined Combination
- 805 – CDM Awareness
- Highways England Common Induction
- Abrasive Wheels Machines
- Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPS) 1b
- Health & Safety Awareness
In addition to the variety of training courses available, additional courses soon to be delivered by Crown Highways include:
- 302.1 – Installing, Maintaining and removing temporary traffic management on rural and urban roads
- 302.2 – Installing, Maintaining and removing positive traffic control including temporary/portable traffic signal equipment on rural and urban roads
- Combi – 302.1 & 302.2
- 214 – Safe Isolation Procedures
- 717- Fundamental inspection and testing for the addition or alteration to an installation
- 714 – Initial and Periodic Electrical Inspection and Testing (Public Lighting)
- 202 – Avoiding Danger from Underground Services
- Manual Handling
Mike Dale, Crown Highways Managing Director commented:
“As we diversify our training division, we’re very proud to be approved by each of Lantra, HESA and City & Guilds.
“All three stamps of approval show we’re running a quality training provider at Crown Highways – and we look forward to delivering high-quality training across the UK as we move forward.”
For more information on Crown Highways Training, or any of the above courses,
email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01543 682329