The National Demolition Training Group has joined forces with South & City College, Birmingham to deliver new courses for those interested in starting their career in demolition.
The NDTG are pleased to announce a joint initiative with South & City College, Birmingham to provide demolition specific training to the unemployed with a view to them becoming part of the growing demolition workforce needed in Birmingham.
Funding for this ground breaking scheme has been provided by CITB and Birmingham City Council and will allow the college, with specialist input from NDTG trainers, to give basic training to students resulting in a CCDO card (which is the demolition industry specific skills card) and a guaranteed job interview.
The pilot course that will commence in August and is already over subscribed, will include training in demolition & asbestos awareness, non-licensed asbestos removal, manual handling, abrasive wheels, PASMA tower scaffold erection & use and a basic health & safety course, with delivery by a variety of trainers from the college and NDTG.
NDTG Chairman Gary Bishop said "The National Demolition Training Group’s aim is to educate the next generation of demolition men & women and we are delighted to partner with a college of education to assist them in building a strong workforce for demolition industry."
July 27, 2015
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