Coppolo & Coyde - CITB Site Supervisors Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS)

Coppolo & Coyde - CITB Site Supervisors Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) : Monday 16 October

Dates: 16th & 17th October 2017 (2 Days) Fee: £365.00+GST per delegate(which includes all CITB workbook and registration fees). Venue: Ommaroo Hotel, Havre des Pas, Jersey

The SSSTS Course is a nationally recognised qualification that ensures site supervisors have the correct level of knowledge and understanding of their legal responsibilities for health, safety & welfare on site. The course is intended for those who have or are about to have construction site supervisor responsibilities. [A one day refresher course is available for those who currently hold the SSSTS certificate.]

If you would like to make a course booking you can register online. (Bookings will only be confirmed on receipt of a completed booking form).

If you require any further information, please contact Suzie Parker at

Looking for a different training course? Please click on the link to our Health and Safety Course Guide (also attached) or visit where you can find a full list of all our currently scheduled courses for 2017

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