ACTTnow work with employers to give the construction industry workforce the skills it needs to meet the challenges of the future and the present day through our accredited UK construction courses. We deliver the training in our bespoke training facilities in Doncaster, Middlesbrough and Warrington or on your preferred site or facility.
ACTTnow is an approved and accredited licence holder delivering a wide range of engineering courses. As a construction training provider, we are a multi-approved licence holder of numerous regulated accreditations, such as CITB, Qualsafe, IOSH, and NUCO.
Construction Health and Safety
ACTTnow supports the skills needs of the British construction sector and supports the development of people to construct a better Britain. We aim to create a system that works for employers, placing SME construction businesses at the heart of developing higher-quality training.
Our aim is for British construction to have a recognised, world-class, innovative approach to developing its workforce to deliver quality in the built environment.
Construction Training Courses
The quality construction training courses ACTTnow delivers continuously develop learners’ knowledge, skills and understanding to support the competence of employees. The Health and Safety training will include identifying the legal requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, including the Regulations, Approved Code of Practice and Guidance Notes.
Construction courses available include but are not limited to; Health and Safety, Supervisory, Management, SSSTS, SMSTS, CSCS, CPCS, First Aid, Mental Health and Forklift Truck training. We work to ensure the UK has workers with the skills to meet the construction industry’s needs and carry out their tasks safely.
Construction Training Providers
As certified construction training providers, we seek out opportunities to address our customers’ needs and respond positively, to drive up employee skill levels. Assessments are carried out to a standard that fulfils the requirements of each regulated qualification.
It is often necessary to prove to a client or site that individuals possess a valid and accepted health and safety qualification. Employees will need to prove they understand personal site safety responsibilities, health and safety safe working practices and procedures, common workplace hazards and risks, safety signs, PPE and the impact the construction industry has on the environment.