Everything You Need to Know
Welcome to SRP Training, home of the traffic marshal training London delegates recommend. Here is everything you need to know about completing the course.
What is the Course?
What is the CPCS A73 Traffic Marshal Course? This 3-day course has been designed for anyone who is responsible for the movement of plant and vehicles on construction sites. It is one of the most popular courses that we offer here at SRP Training, and we have guided a wide range of delegates to success. Although everyone taking this course works in similar fields, each individual delegate’s needs will differ. That’s why we offer tailored support at every stage of the training process, working with you to ensure you excel.
What does the CPCS Traffic Marshal Course cover? This course is incredibly comprehensive, and trainees will get to grips with a variety of concepts that will equip them with the skills that they need to succeed in their role. If you attend the course, you can expect to cover the following:
- Roles and responsibilities
- Regulatory requirements
- Plant types, limitations, hazards and stability factors
- Work management traffic plan
- Proximity hazards
- Safe positioning
- Communication methods
- Preparing for movement
- Guidance of plant and vehicle movement
How is the course delivered?
How is the course delivered? As we mentioned previously, it takes 3 days to complete. The first 2 of those days are the training part of the course, and you will take part in classroom lessons and practical exercises. The final day is the assessment part, and you will complete CPCS technical tests. All of our training is delivered by experienced construction industry professionals, and you will be able to learn from them as they draw upon their years in the field.
Find out more today
If you want to find out more about taking the CPCS Traffic Marshal course, please do get in touch with us today. Our team are on hand to answer any questions that you have, and will be able to give you all of the information you need to move forward with total peace of mind. So why delay? You could be within touching distance of an incredibly valuable new qualification!