Helping organisations become compliant with CDM 2015 Regulations
What is CDM 2015 in Practice?
CDM 2015 in Practice provides an in-depth explanation of the Construction Design and Management Regulations (CDM) 2015, which replaces CDM 2007. The course presents the specific ‘interactive’ duties CDM 2015 places on those planning, managing, monitoring, coordinating and carrying out construction work.
This online course is a flexible way to understand the CDM 2015 Regulations, key roles, their responsibilities and how to put them into practice.
Why do CDM 2015 in Practice?
The HSE states there was an estimated 79,000 work-related injuries within the construction industry in 2019. Whatever your role in construction, it’s imperative to make sure workers are up-to-speed on the latest regulations and their individual responsibilities. CDM2015 in Practice aims to improve health and safety in the industry by helping you to:
- Sensibly plan the work so the risks involved are managed from start to finish
- Have the right people for the right job at the right time
- Cooperate and coordinate your work with others
- Have the right information about the risks and how they are being managed
- Communicate this information effectively to those who need to know
- Consult and engage with workers about the risks and how they are being managed
Who can do CDM 2015 in Practice?
The course is primarily targeted at people working in key roles as defined in CDM 2015 and their new responsibilities. It’s also suitable for those whose function requires a detailed understanding of these roles and new responsibilities.
Why study with RoSPA?
You'll be in control of the pace and time of your learning
Progress checks throughout the course
A variety of online and interactive techniques
What does CDM 2015 in Practice cover?
- Introduction to CDM 2015 and interpretation of: Scope, application, and key terminology; Codes of practice; Industry guidance
- Clients' new duties and responsibilities
- The specific duties of and practical interactive duties of planning, managing, co-ordinating between the five duty holders, which are: Client, Principal Designer, Designer, Principal Contractor, Contractor
- Overview of the general health and safety requirements for all construction sites
- Key documentation: Notification, Pre-construction information, Construction phase plan, Health and safety file
Delegates are recommended to undertake 4-8 hours of self-study time and will have access to all digital multimedia materials and tutor support for up to 3 months.
After you have taken your CDM course online an assessment is required which comprises of a short multiple choice test to complete online at the end of the course.
Upon successful completion you can download your certificate to gain your CDM training certification.
Where can I take CDM 2015 in Practice training?
We recognise that everyone is different, which is why we offer a choice of study routes. You can attend a course at one of our training centres or have the course delivered in your workplace.