Training

Clearly the Covid-19 pandemic means face to face training has to be suspended until the restrictions on social distancing and transport are relaxed.

From 18th May we are offering theory courses online.

Rigging physics –  covering force calculations and load distribution.

Risk assessment – why, how and when to carry out risk assessments for rigging or work at height

Method statements/lifting plans – how to create and implement lifting plans

CDM 2015 – how the Regulations impact the entertainment industry and who has duties under CDM 2015

Inspection of PFPS for work at height – how, why and when under the PUWER, Work at height and PPE Regulations

Inspection of lifting equipment – what the PUWER and LOLER regulations require and how to comply with requirements for inspection and thorough examination in-house

Inspection of aluminium trusses – how, why and when to inspect aluminium trusses

Manual handling – sensible manual handling training for the entertainment industry

These are charged per person at £25.00 per session for between 4 and 8 people in the ‘room’.

To book, email info@trussing.com 

Contact us if you don’t see what you need. We frequently mix and match course modules to meet client’s requirements.

Training terms and conditions

Entertainment industry rigging training – back soon!

3 day The hugely popular course delivered at base or on site where facilities exist since 1998.
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2 day – A rigging only training course for employers, usually held at their own venue.
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‘Below the hook’ one day rigging course. Click here for more info. 

Work at height training with PPE/PFPS

1 day –  A very popular course; usually held for employers with 4 – 6 people to train.
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Rescue training

Typically delivered on site for employers following consultation to establish their requirements. Contact us for details. We are proud to have helped develop and deliver effective rescue plans and training for many large employers and venues in the UK and overseas.

Rigging course for aerialists – legal requirements, inspection of equipment, installation and safe working at height