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Upcoming Training Courses

For further information and availability of courses listed below please contact ross@iwea.com

Working at Height Two Day Course

Date: 18-19 January 2018 Location: Shannon Airport, Co. Clare

Date 12-13 February 2018 Location: Lisnaskea, Co. Fermanagh

Date: 8-9 February 2018 Location: Shannon Airport, Co. Clare

Date: 26-27 March 2018 Location: Lisnaskea, Co. Fermanagh

Please find course brochure and booking form here

Working at Height (One Day Refresher Course)

Date: 19 January 2018 Location: Shannon Airport, Co. Clare

Date: 13 February 2018 Location: Lisnaskea, Co. Fermanagh

Date: 9 March 2018 Location: Shannon Airport, Co. Clare

Date: 21 March 2018 Location: Shannon Airport, Co. Clare

Please find course and booking form here

Hub Access & Rescue Training

Date: 16 January 2018 Location: Shannon Airport, Co. Clare

Date: 14 February 2018 Location: Lisnaskea, Co. Fermanagh

Date: 22 March 2018 Location: Shannon Airport, Co. Clare

Please find course brochure and booking form here

Managing Safely for Wind Power

Date: 26th February - 2nd March 2018, IWEA offices, Naas Co. Kildare

This 5 day IOSH accredited course is a comprehensive risk management programme for the Wind Power sector. This unique, engaging and innovative course tackles critical issues faced by the Wind Power sector today. It covers the entire wind farm life cycle, including planning and design, development and construction, commissioning and testing, operation and maintenance and decommissioning phases. Developed with input from international Wind Power companies, this training will add value to your business by equipping your managers and operatives with the skills and techniques to manage both safely and competently resulting in reduced accidents, near misses and inefficiencies in the workplace. The subsequent operational efficiency will add significantly to the bottom line. The programme takes into account the diversity of organisational structures in the Wind Power sector, client-supplier relationships and supply chain management, organisational behaviour, organisational learning and culture elements of businesses.

Further information on this course is available here

For information on cost and to register interest for a place on this course please contact ross@iwea.com

Crane Works (Construction/Installation & Service Sectors)

Date: 24 April 2018 Location: IWEA offices, Naas, Co. Kildare

This course will highlight some simple measures to ensure best practice is implemented when cranes arrive on site; it will outline the relationship between all parties and the necessary checks and balances to ensure you, as the ‘client’, have taken all necessary steps to ensure a safe system of work is planned, reviewed and implemented on your site. This course is a must for all owners and their management team. This training can be delivered in-house where required.

Please find course brochure and booking form here

Accident Investigation & Courtroom Skills

Date: TBC

This two day training course will cover the relevant skills needed to complete and support an Incident Report in accordance with best practice. Delegates will also get a clear understanding of how to manage an Incident from the initial stage right up to providing clear information to judicial investigations. Participants can also experience and engage proactively in mock court scenarios, where all delegates are cross-examined on their own personal case study. The techniques lawyers use in adversarial questioning will also be examined. This will highlight the importance of accurate factual notes and statements. This training can  be delivered in-house where required. 

Please find a brochure and booking form here

IOSH Safety for Executives & Directors

Date: Rolling

This one day course accredited by IOSH, provides Senior Executives operating in the Wind Industry with a full understanding of their role in health and safety and how this should influence strategic thinking and holistic risk management practices. This course not only ensures that they can meet all their legal and corporate governance obligations, but shows how to put in place and integrated health and safety policy which can minimise their overall business risk, improve the productivity of the workforce and the quality of the product or service, and reduce costs such as healthcare and insurance premiums and compensation claims. This course is intended for the directors and managers of organisations who provide strategic leadership, direction and oversight for their business. For further information on this course please click here

For information on cost and to book a place on this course please contact Ross at ross@iwea.com

Development Coaching

Date: Rolling

A bespoke, one-to-one career coaching service to enhance your professional capabilities and performance, or to deal with current challenges or changes in your organisation. Please find a brochure and booking form here

4x4 Off-Road All-Terrain Training

Date: Rolling

An opportunity to learn and practice the skills required to safely operate and extract maximum benefit from a 4x4 vehicle. The course objectives include to assist with safe On-road (snow, ice etc), to comply with SHAW Act 2005 & Gen App Reg 2007 and to instil confidence with responsibility and so reduce risk. Please find a brochure and booking form here

Decision Driver Training

Date: Rolling

This one day training course involves an interactive classroom session, where the most common driving errors are discussed and drivers are shown how to identify the potential for a situation to develop and how to manage it. In addition there will be an On–Road training element where the trainer will identify areas for enhancement and harness existing driving skills. The course content can be tailored to include specific subject matter relevant to the organisation and their fleet policy. 

Please find a brochure and booking form here

 

Wind Skillnet is funded by companies and the Training Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnets Ltd. funded from the National Training Fund throught the Dept of Education and Skills.

 

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