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Becoming a CDM Co-ordinator under CDM 2007



Courses Overview:

This 3 day course is designed to allow the delegate to understand what skills are required to become an effective CDM co-ordinator. It will also detail the responsibilities placed on others involved in the design and management of construction projects, including the client. The CDM co-ordinator can be regarded as the ‘client’s friend’, whose responsibilities include assisting the client in discharging their responsibilities.

This course will include workshop sessions during which delegates will be able to carry out syndicate exercises, putting into practice the issues discussed on the course. A comprehensive workbook will be provided for use on the course and for future reference.

Benefits of this course:
• This course will address any proposals including the consultative documents issued by the HSE on the forthcoming changes to CDM 2007
• Recognised by APS and ICS: Delegates will build up membership credits by attending
• The course will cover the basis of health and safety legislation in the UK, with specific reference to Health and Safety at Work Act, 1974
• Particular application and bearing on construction activities
• A full understanding of the responsibilities in relation to carrying out the CDM role to meet with current regulations
• Interactive course content, that includes opinion and interpretation not just a knowledge of the regulations with additional post seminar support facility

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Rate: £655 plus VAT

Course Duration: 3 Days

09:00 Course Registration
09:30 Course Start
17:00 Course Finish

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