Temporary Works Coordinator (TWCTC)
The Temporary Works Coordinator Course aimed at individuals within organisations who hold the duty of managing all aspects of temporary works. In line with industry best practice (as per BS5975) any individual tasked with the coordination of temporary works should hold the knowledge delivered as part of this qualification.
This allows Senior Managers the peace of mind that candidates tasked with the coordination of temporary works hold an assessed standard of knowledge.
There are no formal entry requirements, however, access to BS 5975 will also support successful progression through this qualification. It is strongly recommended that individuals who hold the role of a TWC have access to BS 5975.
All candidates should be in the role, or be about to assume the role of a Temporary Works Coordinator.
- Understanding the need for, and the duties of, a TWC
- Understanding the roles of others
- Understanding BS5975, the code of best practice for temporary structures on building sites
- Statutory aspects of temporary works
- Risk assessments and method statements
- Management of the temporary works process.
Temporary Works tends to be a critical operation, in terms of both safety and project continuity. Temporary Works Coordinators hold the key role in the management process explained within BS5975, designed to mitigate and manage the safety risk presented by temporary works. Successful completion of this course demonstrates that individuals hold the necessary knowledge to conduct these duties.
Multiple Choice Examination (25 Questions)