Supervisor Development ProgrammeFebruary 22, 2022 2023-08-01 14:13
Supervisor Development Programme
Supervisor Development Programme
Achieve Your NVQ Level 3 in Occupational Work Supervision and CSCS Gold Card*
In Poole, Bournemouth, Southampton, Portsmouth & Plymouth
Through engagement with employers and learners, JRS Training have identified a gap in the industry whereby up and coming supervisors need further development prior to being assessed in the workplace.
With years of industry experience under our belts, we understand that construction management teams are overstretched and that it can be difficult to allocate time to the development of their staff.
The Supervisor Development Programme will equip your staff with the necessary skills, knowledge and training to go back out to the workplace as competent supervisors.
*CSCS Gold Card awarded after successful completion of CSCS Supervisor's Touch Screen Test.
Benefits of the JRS Supervisor Development Programme Course
Course Structure and Qualification
The course is made up of 8 units:
- Produce a sequence of work.
- Assess the required resources for a project (Labour, plant, materials, information).
- Produce a work method for a task.
- Assess the health and safety requirements required (Welfare, first aid, fire, emergency plan).
- Produce a risk assessment on a set task.
- Complete an RFI and complete RFI register.
- Obtain HSE information/manufacturers information.
- Produce a CoSHH assessment.
- Produce a risk assessment for a task involving plant,
- equipment or vehicles.
- Create a traffic management plan for a construction site.
- Produce a method statement for a task involving plant
- Produce a report on the unsuitability of an operator.
- Conduct a plant/equipment check and keep a record.
- Produce an off hire request for plant/equipment.
- Produce a plant/equipment request. Specify dates, location, duration, known hazards for access/egress.
- Produce a programme of works.
- Produce a resources required list based upon the programme of works.
- Produce a plan of works for a pre-start meeting based upon a scenario.
- Produce a three day site diary.
- Carry out a site scoping visit and document your findings.
- Conduct a progress investigation.
- Produce a progress report.
- Investigate reasons for progress problems.
- Identify and produce a report on inappropriate resources.
- Produce a report on possible corrective actions.
- Prepare and give a Toolbox talk.
- Identify different communication methods for appropriate situations.
- Identifying unplanned circumstances on site.
- Managing site resources.
- Produce a site plan for optimal storage and usage of materials.
- Identifying potential sources of information.
- Who is responsible for meeting contractual, industry and manufacturers standards.
- Carry out a quality inspection.
- Identify possible solutions to the snags.
- Produce a snagging report and send to line manager.
- Equality and Diversity explained.
- Appropriate communication styles.
- Types of communication relevant to construction.
- How to give advice and guidance appropriately.
- Conflict Management techniques.
- Virtual site inspection including hazard identification task.
- Produce a report providing recommendations on how to improve the site.
- Produce and deliver a Toolbox talk.
- Produce a Risk assessment and Method statement.
- Produce an outline site induction.
- Carry out a site induction – Use CITB online card checker.
- Identify what are ACOPS.
What Resources Will Be Provided:
- A course workbook to complete during the course which they can keep.
- The CITB GE/706 Site Supervisors Health and Safety Book.
- The CITB Traffic Management Templates XA6D.
- Forms and documents from the JRS management system to complete throughout the course.
- Course question paper which will form part of the NVQ.
To complete this course you must have:
- At least 3 years construction experience.
- Be actively engaged in a supervisory role.
- Computer skills to use word and excel (we will provide the format).
- A personal desire to learn and achieve this qualification and not be pushed by the employer.