International College of Technical Education Pvt. Ltd
Head Office :
Office # 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza
(Airies Plaza), Shamsabad, Murree Road,
Rawalpindi, Pakistan 46000.
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The purpose of scaffolding training is to improve the safety standard of scaffolds and their workers. Field training provide greater practical guidance to make skilled, certified and knowledgeable scaffold Team members to ensure safe execution of scaffolding work.Scaffolding is a temporary structure that is typically made from metal poles and wood planks and used to support construction workers, inspectors, cleaners, and others who need to work at height.Scaffolding is the process of breaking lessons into manageable units, with the teacher providing decreasing levels of support as students grasp new concepts and master new skills.The Scaffold Safety Training is to provide theoretical and practical training necessary to assemble, use and disassembled scaffolding effectively and safely.Adapt their knowledge to the current rules on assembly, disassembly, storage and preservation of different scaffolding systems supported, always developing these activities in accordance with established safety standards.
Update knowledge to stake out, assemble, modify, maintain, remove, store and preserve optimally supported scaffolds, always keeping safety conditions.
Increase knowledge about the importance of the development of reference standards established safety conditions that must be met on a scaffold, identifying the main risks that can be found and the main aspects of prevention and protectionThis course equips you with the scaffolding skills to provide work platforms for construction purposes, including edge protection, access ways and falsework. You will develop competencies connected with the operation and use of:
modular and prefabricated scaffolds
cantilevered materials with a maximum working load of 500kg
ropes and gin wheels
safety nets and static lines
bracket scaffolds (tank and formwork).
There are many different scaffolding interventions that can support learning. Some of these interventions include hands-on activities while others rely on the teacher to explain related concepts. The task that teachers use should be appropriate to what is being learned and appeal to the strengths of the students working through the materials. Throughout the scaffolding process, a heavy emphasis should be placed on connecting old concepts to new ones to set a foundation for learning.