NOTE: IT IS COMPULSORY FOR TRAINEES TO WEAR SAFETY BOOTS DURING THE PRACTICAL TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT.
Course Reference Number: CRS-N-0041770
Funding Validity Period: Till 09 Jun 2022
Course Training Duration: 2.5 days (6hrs of practical, 9.5hrs of theory, 5hrs of assessment)
Mode of Training: Full-Time
This course has been designed to meet the minimum standard for Working at Height Training for Supervisors, Assessors or Managers in Singapore, as recommended in the WSH (Work at Heights) Regulations 2013 and the Approved Code of Practice for Working Safely at Height (2011).
The aim of the course is to provide learners with the requisite WAH knowledge to manage work-at-height activities, so that work can be carried out safely. At the end of the course, the learner shall be able to:
Personnel involved in supervision, assessment and/or management of WAH activities
This course requires delegates with WPLN Level 4 and above, or equivalent qualification, and the ability to carry out hazards identification, risk assessment, and risk control measures.
Delegates with 100% attendance and successfully completed / passed both the practical and written assessments, will be awarded the Managing Work-At-Heights certificate issued by KBA Training Centre Pte Ltd ~ Certified under ISO 29990:2010 Standard Managing Work-At-Heights Course.
1. Skills Development Fund (SDF) Training Grant - Up to 95% subsidy (eligibility criteria apply). Absentee Payroll (AP) approved.
*Final grant amount subject to SkillsFuture Singapore Agency (SSG) approval.
Eligibility: The general eligibility criteria are listed as follows:
NETT Fee payment. Company will pay KBAT the unfunded portion of the course fee. The training grant application submitted by the company is first routed to the training organisation for endorsement, before routing to SSG. Training organisation is responsible to submit the claim to SSG upon course completion. Upon approval of the claim, the course fee funding will be disbursed to the training organisation and Absentee Payroll funding, if applicable, will be disbursed to the company.
2. 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.
3. PSEA (Post-Secondary Education Account). All Singaporeans aged 30 and below can use their PSEA from the government to pay for a wide range of approved skills-related courses. Click here for more information.
* Eligibility criteria apply to all above funding.
Upon successful completion of training, WSH Officer can apply for 20 SDU points as part of their Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme.
Application Form Health Declaration Form ESS Workplace Literacy & Workplace Numeracy Skills Level Descriptors (WPLN)
I enjoyed the practical part, learning was fun. R/SWP/FPP are very interesting for me.
The facilities are good and staff are very friendly and supportive.
I like the detailed explanation / interpretation with regards to the WAH regulations and the hands-on practical training.
The course covers the roles and responsibilities of the stakeholders. Going in depth on the law aspect too.
Practical training was very comprehensive!
We learned about the severity and risk involved in WAH.
We learn how to use the full PPE and it’s good and give me more knowledge after attending this course.
I like the most about the course is the legal responsibility of parties with regards to WAH Safety, WAH Hazard identification and different mitigation equipments and methods.