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    Default Scaffolding Courses Feedback

    This is the thread to leave feedback on any scaffolding training courses that you may have completed.

    Please provide honest information about the way the courses were run, to assist other scaffolders who are interested in further training.
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    just sat the supervisor course. i thought the course was really helpful and learned about tg20 reg scaffold inspection and many more good stuff, the tutor was really good they brought him up from downsouth.

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    Cheers for the David, Where did you do the course?
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    i done it in ncc glasgow i really thought it was a good course to get. for supervisor jobs in the future

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    done cvourse at bircham recently,was amazed to find that there is no requirement for you to be either a scaffolder, or at least a basic scaffolder, there was a young guy who had just turned 18, nice enough guy,but come on ?!

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    Hi fellow scaffs just wondering if anybody knows of any courses regarding reading and understanding drawings,Have been doing street work for the last 20years but am now doing site work and most jobs need to be done to a drawing.I am pretty intelligent (I THINK) and i can understand some basic drawings,but i really do need to learn my way around more complex ones.To be quite honest i am beginning to feel like a bit of a prick and would be grateful for a bit of feedback of you guys . Cheers boys

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    http://www.alwynrichards.com/downloa...esignflyer.pdf

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    Cheers for that Ian,,much appreciated

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    Hi scafftag mate, by all means you are not alone on this. Click the link for a thread from June on this particular theme.
    http://www.scaffoldersforum.com/scaf...-drawings.html
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    Cheers for that paddy carr my good friend

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