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Are You Aware of the CSCS Card Changes?

Following a decision by the CLC (Construction Leadership Council) last year, if you hold a CSCS Industry Accreditation (IA) card issued from 1st January 2020 it will now expire on 31st December and you will need to take steps in order to re-apply.

The decision has been made to put tighter steps in place in order to ensure applicants have a sharper competency in respect to their role and the relevant health and safety knowledge.

Our June Monthly Meeting speaker aims to debunk the changes so make sure you take this opportunity to sign up below and understand the next steps before the expiry date.

Wednesday 19th June at 9.30am

Sonia Rawlings of SRP Ltd – Get Up to Speed With the CSCS Changes

We are delighted to welcome Sonia Rawlings, Managing Director of SRP Ltd at our June Monthly Meeting on Wednesday 19th June.

Sonia will be outlining SRP Ltd’s services, along with explaining how to support your teams when they need to apply for CSCS cards following the major IA CSCS card renewal changes at all levels:

All CSCS Industry Accreditation (IA) cards issued from 1st Jan 2020 will expire on 31st December 2024 and cannot be renewed.

Sonia will advise how to prove qualifications/competencies so that individuals can gain their cards for their chosen professions via QCF/NVQ assessed routes and explain how to utilise qualifications, experience, and competence to support your CSCS card holders on site.

We are very lucky to have Sonia joining us and she will be happy to answer your questions and clarify the new system, so take this opportunity to gain a thorough understanding and come armed with questions for our excellent speaker.

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