The Considerate Constructors Scheme launches a series of courses, which aim to raise standards across the construction industry…
The Considerate Constructors Scheme’s (CCS) Best Practice Hub has launched a series of free courses designed to improve the sector.
The Best Practice Hub is a comprehensive online resource that showcases best practice in construction. It contains guidance and case studies to help constructors improve standards.
The courses, which are online-based, were launched to all users registered on the Best Practice Hub during May. Over 3,600 courses have been taken by over 750 individuals in the construction sector.
The e-learning courses, which are eligible for CPD, help to improve understanding of the CCS’s Monitors’ Checklist and provide a range of ideas to help prepare for Monitors’ visits.
The scheme offers six courses—five of which related directly to the Code of Considerate Practice: Care about Appearance; Respect the Community; Protect the Environment; Secure everyone’s Safety; Value their Workforce. One provides an introduction to the Scheme.
CCS chief executive Edward Hardy said: “The Best Practice Hub’s e-learning courses provide a great resource for any site manager, contractor, supplier or client looking to improve their knowledge of the Scheme and meet and exceed the Scheme’s Code of Considerate Practice.
“These easily accessible and practical courses are also helping to achieve the ultimate aim of continually striving to raise standards, and improve the overall image of the industry.”
For more information visit the Best Practice Hub: https://ccsbestpractice.org.uk/e-learning/