City & Guilds or SQA
City & Guilds or SQA
Certificate valid for
This two-day New Roads & Street Works Act (NRSWA) Refresher course is for both Operatives and Supervisors who have experience of working on highways and who already hold a current SWQR but it requires renewing. Reassessments can be completed up to five years after the card expiration date.
Note: Even though you can re-assess during this period, your card will not be valid until you have been certificated and your new card issued by SWQR.
Delegates will receive refresher training prior to completing the multi-choice question papers to achieve the required 80% pass rate as determined by the awarding body for units the candidate wishes to re-accredit with Street Work Qualifications Register.
In order to ensure the interaction between the learners and the tutor is spread evenly and effectively, and to ensure the courses are fully delivered in accordance with the Scheme rules, the maximum number of learners allowed on a course is sixteen.
This New Roads & Street Works Act (NRSWA) Refresher course allows you to update yourself through revision sessions prior to taking the written tests for the units you hold.
This is a classroom-based theory course followed by the completion of written tests.
A NRSWA training group may contain a mix of both Operatives and Supervisors. Sessions will be varied within the overall framework to allow the most effective development of the candidate.
Successful completion of the New Roads & Street Works Act (NRSWA) Refresher course will enable you to re-register on the Street Works Qualification Register (SWQR).
If you hold both Supervisor and Operative Cards you will only be able to refresh one card per course.
This New Roads & Street Works Act (NRSWA) Refresher programme is designed for Supervisors or Operatives who are required by the New Roads and Street Works Act to demonstrate competence and be assessed prior to application to renew their Street Works Qualifications Registration Card. Successful completion will award candidates with a formal qualification and allow re-entry onto the Street Works Qualifications Register. The course is designed to be theoretical and includes the mandatory reassessment question papers.