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NRSWA Street Works

CTD provides training and assessments for operatives and supervisors working on the highways.  Reassessment courses are also available to renew existing qualifications.

These Supervisor and Operative courses are essential to all personnel working on or near public highways, to meet the requirements of the New Roads & Street Works Act 1991 (NRSWA)

 At CTD, this fully interactive and highly practical 5 day course covers all of the street works units for both operatives and supervisors.

We also offer a one day Signing, Lighting & Guarding Course (Operative or Supervisor) for those individuals who carry out traffic management duties. 

Upon achievement of the required standards, CABWI unit certificates are issued to successful candidates and qualifications are registered with the Street Works Qualification Register. Each person included in the Register is issued with a personal ID card showing the qualification(s) held.

The full units are:

Key certificate for both operatives and supervisors:

LA – Location & avoidance of underground apparatus

Operative (O-series) certificates:

O1 – Signing, lighting and guarding (Key certificate)       

O2 – Excavation in the highway

O3 – Reinstatement and compaction of backfill materials

O4 – Reinstatement of sub-base and roadbase in non-bituminous materials

O5 – Reinstatement and compaction of cold-lay bituminous materials

O6 – Reinstatement and compaction of hot-lay bituminous materials  

O7 – Reinstatement of concrete slabs

O8 – Reinstatement of modular surfaces and concrete footways

Supervisor (S-series) certificates:

S1 – Monitoring signing, lighting and guarding (Key certificate)

S2 – Monitoring excavation in the highway

S3 – Monitoring reinstatement and compaction of backfill materials

S4 – Monitoring reinstatement of sub-base and roadbase in non-bituminous materials

S5 – Monitoring reinstatement in bituminous materials 

S6 – Monitoring reinstatement of concrete slabs S7 – Monitoring reinstatement of modular surfaces and concrete footways