Training

C S Mitchell Training Centre, Ashford is managed by C S Mitchell Ltd Highway Services Team.

C S Mitchell Ltd has been trading for over 25 Years working closely with Local Authorities and Tier 1 and 2 Contractors. C S Mitchells ideal of quality over quantity has put them in good stead for continuous works from Contractors.

The company possesses a broad range of technical, management and operational skills and believe passionately in building collaborative and long-term relationships with all customers, learners and students. The company’s Quality Management System is independently accredited to ISO 9001, its Environmental Management System is independently accredited to ISO14001, its Health and Safety Management System is independently accredited to OHSAS 18001 (Soon to be ISO 45001)

All the trainers at C S Mitchell Training Centre are approved by HESA (Highway Electrical Sector Academy) in partnership with LANTRA Awards. We also have a CBQ-NVQ Assessor (affiliated with the HEA) for both Level 2 and Level 3.

HERS Training Courses Available

We are approved to deliver a number of HESA and LANTRA certified Courses, Details are below. If you would like to be added to our mailing list to receive dates of forthcoming courses as they are scheduled or updates of new courses available.

C S Mitchell Training Centre understand the requirements of the learners and business’, we can cater to your business needs, offering courses at off peak times such as evenings, nights and weekends and in some circumstances at other premises depending on the course content, number of delegates and location provided.

Please email office@mitchellhighways.com for further information (please see above)

101          –               Health, Safety and Environment at Work

102          –               Control of Substances Hazardous to Health

103          –               Electrical Safety

104          –               Manual Handling Highways Electrical

105          –               Interpretation of Legislation & Standards

106          –               Emergency Arrangements

201          –               Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment

203*        –               Appreciation of Public Lighting and Traffic Sign Equipment

204          –               Hand Held Tools Including Operating Hand Held Drills / Screwdrivers

204.1       –               Power Tools Including:- 

                                 Petrol Driven Cut-Off Saws and Abrasive Wheels Powered Saw; Reciprocating Saw

205.1       –               Work at Height with Steps and Ladders

206.1       –               Mobile Elevating work Platform Awareness

207          –               Effective Personal Protective Equipment

208          –               Loading, Transporting and Removing Goods (Vehicular)

209          –               On Site Safety

210          –               Working in the Vicinity of DNO / IDNO Equipment (Including G39)

210.1       –               Working in the Vicinity of DNO / IDNO Equipment Awareness (Including G39)

214          –               Safe Isolation Procedure

215          –               Emergency Attendance

401.1       –               Basic Electrical Theory

401.2       –               Advanced Electrical Theory

402          –               Electricity at Work Regulations

403          –               BS7671 / IET Wiring Regulations (formally IET Wiring Regulations

404          –               Familiarisation of Circuits Used in Public Lighting

506          –               Installation of Lantern and Bracket

507          –               Installation of Wiring and Control Gear

509          –               Install Underground Cable

510          –               Terminate and Connect Underground Cables into Cut Out

511          –               Joint Underground Cables

601          –               Night Time Monitoring

603          –               Routine General Maintenance

604          –               Visual Inspection-Optical, Structural & Electrical

605          –               Remove and Replace Components

606          –               Identify and Replace Faulty Components

701          –               Diagnose Fault and Replace Faulty Components

702          –               Emergency Work

705          –               Locate Faults on Underground Cables

710          –               Awareness of Inspection and Testing for Witnessing

711          –               Inspection and Testing Data Collection

714          –               Initial and Periodic electrical Inspection and Testing (Public Lighting)

801          –               Supervise Teams on Site

802          –               Set Teams to Work and Supervise Quality, safety and Productivity

805          –               CDM Awareness

Combi 101 – 106                     –               Health and Safety Training

Combi 214, 603, 604, 605       –               Electrical Maintenance Training

Combi 214, 404, 604, 606       –               Electrical Maintenance Training

Combi 401.1, 402, 403            –               Electrical Theory Training

Combi 506 – 507                     –               Lantern Installation Training

Combi 510 – 511                     –               Private Termination Training including Jointing

Combi 801-802                        –               Supervisor Training

Please note that CSM will add and remove Training courses throughout.

Learners and companies alike can be catered for, it is CSM’s goal that we offer training in the evening, nights, weekend of early morning dependant on the need of the Learner or organisation ordering the training.

Information on prices will be available on request in the form of an official quotation. CSM may impose a minimum amount of learners per course or include an additional fee for running courses that do not reach the required minimum amount of learners.

Other Training Courses Available

CSM Training Centre Works hand in hand with a local Training company to supply training for Steps and Ladder Training in accordance with the Ladder Association. The Training Company are also an IPAF Training Centre as well as a PASMA Training Centre.

Please see below for courses offered;

IPAF MEWPS Training Courses

  • IPAF (1a) Various machine models available including Innovative Equipment TPX & Snorkel XT24SD

  • IPAF Insulated Aerial Device (IAD)

  • IPAF MEWPS Demonstrator

  • IPAF MEWPS for Managers (MM)

  • IPAF MEWPS Harness Use & Daily Inspection

  • IPAF Mobile Boom (3b) Cherry Picker

  • IPAF Mobile Vertical (3a) Scissor Lift/Sigma Lift

  • IPAF PAL PLUS (PAL+)

  • IPAF Push Around Vehicle (PAV)

  • IPAF Road Rail Vehicle (RRV) (Special Category)

PASMA Courses

  • NEW PASMA Towers on Stairs

  • PASMA Combined Standard + Low Level Access

  • PASMA Low Level Access

  • PASMA Managers & Supervisors Inspection

  • PASMA Standard Mobile Access Towers

  • PASMA Work at Height Essentials

  • The Ladder Association Courses

  • The Ladder Association Inspector Course

  • The Ladder Association Steps & Stools Course

  • The Ladder Association User Course

  • The Ladder Association User/Inspector Course (combined)

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