The CAWC (Medical-Lock Attendant) is a mandatory seven day training course for individuals who are assigned as Medical-Lock Attendants at worksite that requires personnel to work in a compressed air (CA) environment.
At the end of the course, course participants will be able to:
62 hours including 4 hours of assessment
A mandatory training course for individuals who are assigned as Medical-Lock Attendants at construction worksites or any place that requires personnel to work in a compressed air (CA) environment. No person shall be employed as a medical-lock attendant in a worksite where work in a compressed air environment is carried out unless he has received adequate training to familiarise him with the hazards associated with compression, decompression and compressed air illness and with the keeping of records under these regulations.
A maximum of 12 learners per course.
Theory Lesson: 1: 12, Practical Assessment: 1:12
Minimum of 75% attendance.
The learner must pass the written/practical assessment in order to be issued with the certificate of successful completion. Course accredited under ISO 29990:2010 Standard.
Failure to pass the written/practical assessment will render a “Fail” outcome for the learner and he must then retake the course before re-attempting the assessment.
1. Approved for Skills Development Fund (SDF) Training Grant (eligibility criteria apply)*; Absentee Payroll (AP) approved.
*Final grant amount subject to SkillsFuture Singapore Agency (SSG) (formerly WDA) approval.
2. Approved for SkillsFuture Credit. All Singaporeans aged 25 and above can use their $500 SkillsFuture Credit from the government to pay for a wide range of approved skills-related courses. Visit the SkillsFuture Credit website (www.skillsfuture.sg/credit) to choose from the courses available on the Training Exchange course directory. Contact us for more information.
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I liked the strict yet relaxed interactions of the instructor. Good course
I most enjoyed the interaction between everyone including the instructor.
I enjoyed the the actual hands-on using the decompression chamber.
The trainer was very upbeat which kept us focused.
Great lecturers / instructors.