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Skills Training Centre Ltd
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INTRODUCTION This 1-day course covers the requirements for a learner to become a Registered Lead Traffic Management Operative (RLTMO). AIM To provide learners with the necessary underpinning...more

Duration: 2 days

Short (less than 7 days)

Other regulated/accredited qualification

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Bath College, students can choose courses from business and culinary to floristry and screenwriting.

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The aim of this short course is to provide an introduction to traffic signs and markings as used permanently and to those used at roadworks. There are two options available: paper-based course and online...more

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NRSWA training Course Objectives To gain accreditation to the standards laid down by CABWI in line with the New Roads & Street Works Act for excavation & reinstatement. Who the NRSWA training...more

Duration: Variable

Intermediate

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mindset training
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Who Should Attend? The New Roads & Street Works training programme is designed for Operatives who carry out excavation, backfill and reinstatement of various materials for undertaking street...more

Duration: 5 days

Beginner

Short (less than 7 days)

Other regulated/accredited qualification

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