- Legal aspects of the Abrasive Wheels Regulations relating to training requirements
- Elements of training relating to abrasive wheels
- Design, implementation and evaluation of training sessions
To develop delegates' skill in training abrasive wheel operators according to the schedule of training of the abrasive wheel regulations.
On completion of this occupational safety training course, delegates should be able to instruct colleagues in the safe setting and use of abrasive wheels.
Who should attend?
The occupational safety training course is intended for staff with responsibility for training others in the correct methods and techniques of setting and dressing abrasive wheels.
Delegates should have successfully completed RoSPA's Abrasive Wheel Setters course or be able to demonstrate competency, knowledge and understanding, which will adequately support training as an instructor.
An ability to instruct others is essential. Formal training in instructional techniques is preferred, e.g. ENB 998 (Teaching and Assessing); City & Guilds 7331.
The course will test the delegates' theoretical and practical knowledge of the syllabus.
All delegates successfully completing the course in full will be awarded a RoSPA Certificate of Training.