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CISRS accreditation renewals in Oman & Nepal

We are delighted to announce that following recent stringent audits by CISRS that our partner centres in Oman and Nepal have passed with flying colours.

Our partner STS have a fully accredited centre at Nizwa in Oman and have continued to expand their client base and course capability. A full range of courses are available through STS including Level 1 and 2 Scaffolder Skills training along with inspection and supervisor training. The centre also saw the recent introduction of CPD courses for scaffolders wishing to renew their Level 2 qualification.

 

Seen here are Rob Nicholls (Safety & Access) and Dave Mosley (CISRS) along with our partners posing for photographs to mark the successful audit completion. (Oman Left & Nepal Right)

Our partnership with AECOR in Kathmandu, Nepal continues to go from strength to strength with hundreds of candidates attending CISRS courses each year. The candidates primarily go on to find work in the Middle East to support their families in Nepal and this also offers a great facility to our clients across the Gulf to enable training at source.

First CISRS Course delivered at new training centre in South Korea

We would like to congratulate our partners Applus Velosi in Ulsan South Korea for delivering their first CISRS course since the opening of the new centre there.

The CISRS Basic Scaffold Inspection training took pace recently and was delivered by UK instructor Gary Brown to representatives of Hyundai Heavy Industries and we are confident that this trend for accredited training will continue.

Training partner in Korea gains IRATA accreditation

Our best wishes go out to Harry Koo and the team at Safety & Access (Korea) after successfully gaining IRATA accreditation for their centre in Geoje, close to the Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) shipyard in South Korea. This valuable accreditation will further support the provision of work at height training and will greatly complement the existing CISRS scaffolding training accreditation. 

The business in Korea has trained almost 3000 candidates since its opening a few years ago.