Scaffolding level 2 course in islamabad

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Professional Revolutionary Institute of Technology

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The aim of ourScaffolding Level 1 Training Course is to provide participants with theopportunity to become competent in applying the skills, knowledge, andattitudes associated with the safe erection/dismantling of scaffolding systems.Scaffolding Level 1 course is designed for all personnel with no or littleknowledge in scaffolding and as a refresher course for those who involved inthe erection of tubular and fitting typescaffolding. This course introduce basic scaffolding knowledgeon scaffold components, fittings, practical aspect in carrying out preinstallation activities and erecting simple scaffold structure inaccordanceto legal requirement. Training 2000 is a leading provider of Scaffolding &Access Equipment training to the Construction Industry and is a registered NASCInformation Member. Our purpose built CISRS accredited Scaffolding TrainingCentre located in Blackburn, Lancashire is fully equipped to deliver a widerange of training from basic awareness sessions through to accredited PASMA, SSPTSand Scaffold Inspection level courses.

Scaffolding Level 1 Level 2 Course Content:

·        Introduction

·        Construction SiteSafety Awareness

·        Health and SafetyLegislation

·        Erecting/dismantlingof scaffolding systems

·        Tied Scaffold in Tubes& Fittings

·        Propriety SystemsScaffold

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Ineducation, scaffolding refers to a variety of instructional techniques used tomove students progressively toward stronger understanding and, ultimately,greater independence in the learning process. The term itself offers therelevant descriptive metaphor: teachers provide successive levels of temporarysupport that help students reach higher levels of comprehension and skillacquisition that they would not be able to achieve without assistance. Likephysical scaffolding, the supportive strategies are incrementally removed whenthey are no longer needed, and the teacher gradually shifts more responsibilityover the learning process to the student.

Scaffolding is widely considered to be an essential elementof effective teaching, and all teachers—to a greater or lesser extent—almostcertainly use various forms of instructional scaffolding in their teaching. Inaddition, scaffolding is often used to bridge learning gaps—i.e., thedifference between what students have learned and what they are expected toknow and be able to do at a certain point in their education. For example, ifstudents are not at the reading level required to understand a text beingtaught in a course, the teacher might use instructional scaffolding toincrementally improve their reading ability until they can read the requiredtext independently and without assistance. One of the main goals of scaffoldingis to reduce the negative emotions and self-perceptions that students mayexperience when they get frustrated, intimidated, or discouraged whenattempting a difficult task without the assistance, direction, or understandingthey need to complete it.

Scaffolding vs. Differentiation
As a general instructional strategy, scaffolding shares manysimilarities with differentiation, which refers to a wide variety of teachingtechniques and lesson adaptations that educators use to instruct a diversegroup of students, with diverse learning needs, in the same course, classroom,or learning environment. Because scaffolding and differentiation techniques areused to achieve similar instructional goals—i.e., moving student learning andunderstanding from where it is to where it needs to be—the two approaches maybe blended together in some classrooms to the point of being indistinguishable.That said, the two approaches are distinct in several ways. When teachersscaffold instruction, they typically break up a learning experience, concept,or skill into discrete parts, and then give students the assistance they needto learn each part. For example, teachers may give students an excerpt of alonger text to read, engage them in a discussion of the excerpt to improvetheir understanding of its purpose, and teach them the vocabulary they need tocomprehend the text before assigning them the full reading. Alternatively, whenteachers differentiate instruction, they might give some students an entirelydifferent reading (to better match their reading level and ability), give theentire class the option to choose from among several texts (so each student canpick the one that interests them most), or give the class several options forcompleting a related assignment (for example, the students might be allowed towrite a traditional essay, draw an illustrated essay in comic-style form,create a slideshow “essay” with text and images, or deliver an oral presentation).Scaffoldinghelps students to become independent and self-regulating learners and problemsolvers. Besides, it facilitates students' ability to build on prior knowledgeand helps them to internalise new information.Jul 11, 2018

ScaffoldingInspector Course in Pakistan

 

Scaffolding Inspector Course

ThisScaffolding Inspector - Competent Person course is designed to provide thenecessary training to comply with the Competent Person requirements asdescribed in OSHA 1926. Instruction includes an in-depth review of theregulations for various scaffolds and also includes a hands-on practicalexercise to familiarize participants with basic scaffold erection procedures.Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a ScaffoldCompetent Person (Inspector) certificate, training card and course material.Weare glad to welcome you to the website of PRIT Private Limited. ProfessionalRevolutionary Institute of Technology Private Limited is approved andaccredited by the numerous International & national Diploma, Qualification& Certification awarding bodies. We are the Pioneer organization which isissuing Same Certificate/Diploma in five languages English, French, Chinese,Arabic & Urdu.(This is only applicable on PRITQualifications).International and Other organization's certificates will be inEnglish. A good thing is that anyone can apply for admission from any part ofthe world.

Course Outline:
 
Assessing and releasing of the strength, rigor and stability of standardscaffolds on the basis of drawings. 
Inspecting scaffold material on the basis of actual criteria andstandards. 
Inspecting and assessing the safety of scaffolds in all stages. 
Signaling corrective measurements. 
Providing insight into corrective and/or relative constructive materialsthrough sketches. 
Legal and liability aspects of scaffolding.
Practical hands-on erection and dismantling of several types of basic frame,tube & coupler, and "system" scaffolds
Scaffold design & loading, including how to determine what size scaffold isneeded
How to do scaffold drawings
how to calculate the scaffold material required, and
how to calculate the weights on the scaffold planks, bearers, couplers, and posts(leg load). It also covers typical manufacturers allowable loading.
Powered suspended scaffolds
Advanced hands on including assembly of underhung (hanging) tube & coupler,cantilevering (knee out), frame scaffolds with putlog trusses and stairways.
Assembly of underhung (hanging) scaffolds, cantilevers, trusses, and stairways

Scaffolding Level 1 Course in Islamabad

The course is delivered through a combination of classroom-basedtutorials and practical training. Our Scaffolding Level 1 Training andassessment programme enables experienced drivers to gain the necessarytraining. Successful Scaffolding Level 1 Training course candidates getcertified after demonstrating their skills and knowledge.The aim of scaffoldinglevel 1 training course is to provide participants with the opportunity tobecome competent in applying the skills, knowledge, and attitudes associated withthe safe erection/dismantling of scaffolding systems.

CourseOutline:
Day 1
Introduction toScaffolding
Legislation andRegulations
Code ofPractice for Access and Working Platforms
ScaffoldingTerminology
Components,Standards, Ledgers, Couplers etc
Foundations,Bracing and Tying Scaffolds
WorkingPlatforms, Ladder Access, Manual Handling
SystemScaffolds, Kwikstage, Cup Lock and RMD
Theory of BasicIndependent Scaffold using Kwikstage
PracticalExercise: Erect 3 x 2.4m bays, one lift
Day 2
Dismantle Scaffold
Erect 3 x 2.4mbays, two lifts high, 2 x 2.4m bay return
With ladderaccess, Tie in Scaffold with different gangs using different methods
DismantleScaffold
Day 3
Erect mobile,static and loading bay towers
Differentgroups covering each.
Assessment ofWork.
DismantleScaffold.
GoodHousekeeping practices.
Theory ofBirdcage Scaffolds
PracticalExercise: Take of Quantities for Components
Erect Birdcage– 3 Bays by 2 Bays and 2 Lifts high
Day 4
DismantleBirdcage
Theory of BasicIndependent Scaffolds – tube & fittings
Interpretationof Drawings
QuantifyingComponents
PracticalExercise: Erect 2 bay by 1 lift high independent
DismantleScaffold
Day 5
PracticalExercise – Manual Handling
Correct ManualHandling Procedures for tubes and fittings.
Erect 3 bay x 2lift high independent with ladder access
Theory andPractical Application – Gin Wheels & Ropes
CompleteDismantling of Scaffold
Theory ofTowers – static, mobile and hoist
PracticalExercise: take of quantities for components
Erect towers(size vary) 2 lifts high with ladder access
DismantleScaffold
Day 6
Practical test
Day 7
Housekeeping
Theory Test
Review of Course
Advice andguidance on future training and gaining experience.

 

 

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