CABWI Training Courses - All You Need to Know
More than 50 million customers receive water services alone daily in the UK, showcasing just how important the utilities sector is. With an expectation to keep services efficient and constant, the professionals who operate in this sector have a lot of pressure on their shoulders.
As with all industries, we believe the best way to ensure standards are maintained is through effectively skilling your workforce. In this article, we will explore what CABWI courses can offer experts within the water and wider utility sectors and how, at Pragmatic Consulting, we facilitate expert training.
What Does CABWI Stand For?
CABWI is an acronym for the Awarding Body For Water & Utilities Industries across the UK. Having been operational since 1991, the highly regarded awarding body has been woven into various government publications, making it a desirable certification for many.
Why Are CABWI Courses Important?
What Makes Pragmatic Consulting Ideal for CABWI Courses?
Our company is seen as a go-to option for professionals based in various industrial vocations. Due to our areas of specialism, the water and utilities sectors are encompassed without our teachings. With teaching available 24/7, companies can ensure training can still be accommodated in their employees' schedules no matter how busy they are.
By giving leaders one less thing to worry about, we work with organisations to ensure the utilities sector can still thrive across the UK.
CABWI Courses Available from Pragmatic Consulting
Consisting of 6 mandatory units, this qualification is largely obtained from real-life experience. Ideal for entry-level professionals, this course allows water assistants to work efficiently with the wider process they are included in.
Covering the technical skills needed for the construction side of the role, this course consists of 9 units and takes 10 working days.
Intended for those who must install water mains on a distribution network, this course lasts for 10 days.
This competency-based training allows professionals to demonstrate their skills and knowledge through real-life examples.
This training is designed to enable operatives to demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to successfully and safely sign, light, and guard a work site.
This training is designed to enable supervisors to demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to monitor the signing, lighting and guarding of a work site.
The NRSWA Supervisors Reassessment training course aims to refresh supervisors with the skills and knowledge to perform their respective duties as per the standards prescribed by the Awarding Bodies and in line with the New Roads and Street Works Act (NRSWA), to safeguard themselves and others.
The NRSWA Operatives Reassessment training course aims to refresh operators with the skills and knowledge to perform their respective duties as per the standards prescribed by the Awarding Bodies and in line with the New Roads and Street Works Act (NRSWA), to safeguard themselves and others.
The Location and Avoidance of Underground Apparatus training course aims to provide Operators and Supervisors with the skills and knowledge to carry out cable avoidance work in line with the current New Roads and Street Works Act (NRSWA) to safeguard themselves and others.
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