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Vocational Training and Assessment

Safety oriented organisations learn from the incidents like accidents or illness of the employee due to working conditions, but we at TÜV SÜD equip the candidates with practical experience and technical skills in the form of training to prevent these incidents.

Candidates are assessed to confirm that they have achieved the skills and possess the required knowledge, while vocational tests and certifications are specially designed and developed for larger work forces in South Asia and other countries on large scale projects, which are national or international in nature. The vocational certification helps employers to get assured about the competence of their work force that they are hiring in the field of construction, electrical, mechanical and safety domains.

  • Hospital Adminstration

    ABOUT THE TRAINING PROGRAM

    Today a modern hospital has just not the doctor and nurses alone but a large contingent of administrative/support staff. In any large Corporate Multispecialty hospital, the medical staff comprising of doctor and nurse v/s the support staff runs into a ratio of 60:40. That means almost 40% of the staff in any modern corporate hospital would be Admin/support staff comprising of Admin, HR, Patient Relations, Guest Relations, billing, Record maintenance etc.… The success of a large modern multispecialty hospital today to a very large extent depends upon the quality and effectiveness of its non-clinical support staff, who works as interface between doctor and patient, patient and nurse and between doctor and nurse with in the hospital.

    YOUR BENEFITS 

    A wide spectrum of openings exists in multispecialty hospitals across the world. A single course and qualification would make them eligible to work in any of these openings 
    The course is framed in such a manner that the participant can work in any of the openings brought out below on successful completion of this programme. 

    1. Administrator – Controls and heads the whole Administration department
    2. Admin Executive – As a team member in the admin department
    3. Guest Relation Executive – Would be an interface between the doctor, nurse and the patient. 
    4. Medical Record Executive – Maintains the Medical Records
    5. OP Secretary – Assists specialist doctors during consultation
    6. OP Assistant - Supports effective functioning of the OP department
    7. Ward Secretary – Coordinates 
    8. PRO – An interface between hospital management, the patient and the outside authorities.
    9. Front Office Executive – Supports the operation of the front office
    10. Medical Insurance Executive – Liaisons between the patient, insurance company and the hospital management 
    11. House Keeping supervisor – Leading a team of housekeeping staff. 
    12. H R Executive - A team member in HR Dept
    13. Quality control executive – Coordinates the activities for NABH Accreditation
    14. Billing executive – Prepares the billing of patient services.
    15. Patient Counsellor – A prior counseling before OP procedures.

    COURSE CONTENT / OUTLINE

    The course is divided into 3 modules. 
    Below given are the outlines from these three modules which will be covered in the examination

    Module 1
    Introduction
    Classification of hospital
    Different departments of hospital
    Outpatient department
    Workflow and functions of OPD
    Accident and emergency department
    Work flow and functions of front office department
    In patient department
    Hospital wards
    Discharge process
    Transfer of patients
    Intensive care units
    Operation theater
    Supportive departments in a hospital
    Pharmacy
    Medical insurance
    Laboratory services and blood bank & serology
    Central sterile supply department

    Module 2
    Laundry and linen service
    Radiology services
    Dietary services
    Mortuary
    Ambulance services
    Dialysis services
    Labor room services
    Ventilator
    Nursing administration
    Housekeeping services
    Management of spillage waste
    Biomedical waste management
    Medical equipment
    Medical gases
    Medical terminology

    Module 3
    Human resource management
    Public relations in hospital
    Ethical and legal issues
    Medical records
    Disaster management
    Safety and security in the hospital
    Marketing
    Materials management
    Quality assurance and NABH
    Audit
    Hospital administration

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

    Post Graduates 
    Graduates
    Plus, two

    TRAINING DURATION

    Online Training shall minimum be 165 Hours

    PREREQUISITES

    Must be having a pass at the plus two level

    PARTNER INSTITUTE

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    EXAM DETAILS

    Each certification candidate is required to pass an online examination that consists of multiple-choice questions. The whole syllabus is divided into 3 modules and there would be a one final examination. The exam is currently offered in English language.

    Exam is divided in two parts - Multiple-choice questions (MCQ) and internal assessment
    Part A: Multiple choice questions will be consisting of 60 questions. 
    Each multiple-choice question is of one mark 
    60% of the questions should be correctly answered (36 marks out of 60 marks) 
    Time: 1 hour for MCQ.
    Mode: Online exam 
    This is not an open book exam 
    Part B: Internal assessment will be conducted through Viva test where candidate will have to score at least 60% out of 40 marks. 
    The aggregate of part 1 & 2 examination together shall be 60% or more. Please note each part shall have minimum 60% to achieve pass result. 

    CERTIFICATION

    TÜV SÜD Academy requires candidates to be trained by certified training providers before taking the examination.  Candidates successfully completing the course with a minimum of 60% in the written examination will be presented with TÜV SÜD South Asia’s certificate.

  • Warehouse and Procurement Management

    ABOUT THE TRAINING PROGRAM

    Every large industry and trading business today operate with warehouses for fast and easy reach of their products to the ultimate customers. Online selling companies essentially require warehouse facilities throughout the country. In warehouses quite a lot of people are required to work both in the physical movement of materials inside the warehouse and in the area of documentations. Procurement undoubtedly requires staffing in all major selling and buying organizations more particularly in the online selling companies. Hence this course molds up the students to work in warehouses in the area semi-technical functions and also in the office documentation areas.

    YOUR BENEFITS

    Large number of openings exist in the warehouse field as well as in procurement function all over India and abroad. 
    The course is framed in such a manner that the participant can work in any of the openings brought out below on successful completion of this course. 
    1. Warehouse Executive/ Manager – Working as head of a specific area or the entire warehouse.
    2. Inventory Controlling Executive – Controls and monitors stock levels of various products.
    3. Quality Control Executive – Checks and verifies quality of products arriving at the warehouse.
    4. Store Executive/Manager – Controls smaller stores in trading companies.
    5. Selectors/ Sorters/Order Pickers – Semi technical jobs within warehouse on movement of materials.
    6. Procurement Executive/ Manager - Controls the procurement and the purchase activities.
    7. Vendor Development Executive – Identifies and develops the vendors.

    COURSE CONTENT / OUTLINE

    The course is divided into 3 modules like Warehouse Management, Inventory Management and Purchase Management
    Warehouse Management
    Supply Chain Management -Definition, Scope
    Warehouse Management -Definition, Scope
    Objectives of a warehouse Management
    Classification of warehouse
    Functions of a warehouse - Receipt, Putaway, Pick & pack, Delivery
    Material management - scope
    Function of Material Management
    Material handling & Equipment
    Safety measures in warehouse - Man, Machine, Material
    Warehouse Selection and Layout
    Warehouse Manuals - SOP, Registers, Vouchers
    Store keeper -Duties and responsibilities
    Storage Systems -Conventional, Semi automated, automated
    Types of Storage Systems & Types of equipment’s
    Binning System - Bin card
    Insurance of material in warehouse
    Claims Management
    Transportation Management System
    Third party Logistics, Shipping documents

    Inventory Management
    Inventory management- Definition and scope
    Types of Inventory Management
    Inventory management techniques
    Inventory control - Definition
    Factors in Inventory control Process
    Scraps and Surplus Management
    Salvaging
    Process of Codification

    Purchase Management
    Purchase - Definition & Importance
    Objectives of Purchase
    Principles of Purchase
    Process of Purchase
    Methods of Purchasing
    Types of Purchase
    Vendor Management
    Vendor Rating
    Purchase Manager Responsibilities
    Purchase Order Automation

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

    Plus two
    Graduates
    Diploma Holders

    TRAINING DURATION

    Classroom /online Training shall minimum be 88/120 Hours

    PREREQUISITES

    Must be having a pass at the plus two level for Warehouse Management and graduation for Warehouse and Procurement Management.

    PARTNER INSTITUTE 

    International School of Skill Development Logo 

     

     

     

     

    EXAM DETAILS

    Each certification candidate is required to pass an online examination that consists of multiple-choice questions along with the Internal Assessment. The whole syllabus is divided into 2 modules for 12 Plus candidates and 3 modules for graduates and there would be an examination for each module. The exam is currently offered in English language. 

    Part A: Multiple-choice questions consisting of 60 questions. 
    Each multiple-choice question is of one mark 
    A pass is achieved by answering 60% of the questions correctly (36 marks out of 60 marks) 
    Time: 1 hour for MCQ.
    Mode: Online exam or pen paper-based exam (OMR) 
    This is not an open book exam 

    Part B: Internal assessment will be conducted through Viva test where candidate will have to score at least 60% out of 40 marks. 
    The aggregate of part 1 & 2 examination together shall be 60% or more. Please note each part shall have minimum 60% to achieve pass result. 

    CERTIFICATION

    TÜV SÜD Academy requires candidates to be trained by certified training providers before taking the examination.  Candidates successfully completing the course with a minimum of 60% in the written examination will be presented with TÜV SÜD South Asia’s certificate.

  • Behaviour Based Safety - Basics (One Day)

    Scheme Code

    BBSb-S9-059

    Course Objectives:

    • Define Activator, Behavior and Consequence (ABC) Behavior Module.
    • Classify consequences to determine their effect on behavior.
    • Understand the basic concepts of behavior analysis.
    • As part of a group, pinpoint critical behaviors and develop an observation worksheet.
    • Understand the behavior observation process.
    • Attitude improvement.
    • Leadership terms.
    • Barriers / Challenges.

    Course Contents / Outline:

    • What is a Behavior Based Safety process?
    • Why use Behavior Based Safety?
    • ABC model of behavior change
      - Activator
      - Behaviour
      - Consequence
    • Consequences that decreases or stops and increases behavior
    • Compliance
    • Safety Award
    • Lost Time Incidents
    • Key Principles
    • Elements of a Good Behavioral Safety Program
    • Reasons for Failure
    • Adjusting Consequences
    • Behavior Observations
    • Effective Observation Process offers
    • Review of previous sessions
    • Consequence Classification
    • Attitudes & Behavior
    • Leadership Teams
    • Do's & Dont's

      Duration: 8 hours (One day)

    Examination

    Prerequisites:

    • Completion of the required training with full attendance.
    • Knowledge of reading and understanding HINDI language apart from English (for South Asia)

    Assessment Details:

    • 50 Marks MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
    • Duration of the exam is 60 minutes

    Certification:

    Candidates successfully completing the course with a minimum of 70% in the written examination will be presented with TÜV SÜD South Asia’s certificate, valid for 2 years from the date of the examination.

    Knowledge Partner Institution:

  • Behaviour Based Safety - Basics (Five Days)

    Scheme Code

    BBS-S10-060

    Course Objectives:

    • Define Activator, Behavior and Consequence (ABC) Behavior Module.
    • Classify consequences to determine their effect on behavior.
    • Understand the basic concepts of behavior analysis.
    • Knowing about Incident Triangle.
    • Develop activators and consequences to prompt the conduct of a desired behavior.
    • Identify the components of a behavior based safety system.
    • As part of a group pinpoint critical behaviors and develop an observation worksheet.
    • Understand the behavior observation process.
    • Observation Process.
    • Attitude improvement.
    • Leadership terms.
    • Data management.
    • Barriers / Challenges.

    Course Contents / Outline:

    • What is a behavior based safety process?
    • Why use behavior based safety (BBS)
    • The incident triangle
    • Riskier jobs
    • ABC model of behavior change
      - Activator
      - Behaviour
      - Consequence
    • The ABC behavioral model antecedents
    • Consequences that decrease or stop behavior
    • Consequences that increase behavior
    • Respiratory Hazard
    • Compliance
    • Safety Award
    • Lost Time Accidents
    • Key Principles
    • Elements of a Good Behavioral Safety Program
    • Reasons for Failure
    • Do's and Dont's

      Duration: 40 Hours (5 Days)

    Examination

    Prerequisites:

    • Completion of the required training with full attendance.
    • Knowledge of reading, writing and understanding English language. 

    Assessment Details:

    • 100 Marks MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
    • Duration of the exam is 150 minutes

    Certification:

    Candidates successfully completing the course with a minimum of 70% in the written examination will be presented with TÜV SÜD South Asia’s certificate, valid for 2 years from the date of the examination.

    Knowledge Partner Institution:

  • Confined Space Safety

    Scheme Code

    CS-S16-75

    Course Objectives:

    • Entering, exiting and working in a Confined Space.
    • Communicating hazards and control measures to workers.
    • Personal Protective Equipment and safety measures used in Confined Space.
    • Reporting of Incidents or Accidents.
    • Preventing deaths and injuries to workers inside a Confined Space.

    Course Prerequisites:

    • Applicant is expected to be of at least 20 years of age.
    • Applicant’s eyesight should be flawless and should be physically and mentally fit.
    • Applicant is expected to be capable of reading and understanding HINDI language apart from English language (for South Asia) sufficient for the fulfillment of their function in a safe manner

    Course Content / Outline:

    • Definition of Confined Space.
    • Hazards involved in working inside a Confined Space.
    • Preparation and Use of PERMIT TO WORK (PTW) before commencing work in a Confined Space.
    • Assessment of the risks in Confined Spaces.
    • Safety checklist for Confined Spaces.
    • Evaluating Hazardous Atmosphere and identifying the levels of Oxygen and Hazardous Gases.
    • Work-Rotation.
    • Rescue and emergency service.
    • Communication method and use of PPE.
    • Case study and discussion.
    • Do's & Dont's inside a Confined Space.
    • Accident videos & case study discussion
    • Conclusion

    Duration: 8 Hours (1 Day)

    Record & Report Implementation: Candidates will learn how to maintain reports and record on daily/weekly/monthly basis.

    Examination

    Prerequisites:

    • Completion of the required training with full attendance.
    • Knowledge of reading, writing and understanding English / local language.

    Assessment Details:

    • 50 Marks MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
    • Duration of the exam is 60 minutes

    Certification:

    Candidates successfully completing the course with a minimum of 70% in the written examination will be presented with TÜV SÜD South Asia’s certificate, valid for 3 years from the date of the examination.

    Knowledge Partner Institution:

  • Defensive Driving Training

    Scheme Code

    CS-S16-75

    Course Objectives:

    • Understand the hazards faced while driving.
    • Knowing ‘What is Driving & Defensive Driving?’
    • Understand the different ‘Defensive Driving Techniques’.
    • Become a Defensive Driver.

    Course Prerequisites:

    • Applicant is expected to be of at least 18 years of age and have a valid driving license.
    • Be medically and physically fit (have a good eye sight, hearing)
    • Applicant is expected to be capable of reading and understanding HINDI language apart from English (for South Asia) sufficient for the fulfillment of their function in a safe manner.


    Course Content / Outline:

    • What is driving?
    • Classification of vehicles
    • Hazards & issues faced while driving.
    • What is Defensive Driving?
      - Safe Driving procedures.
      - Traffic & lane Discipline.
      - Signals & Signaling while Driving.
    • Techniques of Defensive Driving.
    • Safety devices in vehicles.
    • Pre check-points.
      - Vehicle maintenances
      - Tyre inspection & maintenances
    • Safety tips
      - Day & night time driving.
      - Sleepiness.
      - Seasonal changes.
    • Do’s & Dont's while Driving Defensively
    • Accident videos & case study discussion
    • Conclusion 

    Duration: 8 Hours (1 Day)

    Record & Report Implementation: Candidates will learn how to maintain reports and record on daily/weekly/monthly basis.

    Examination

    Prerequisites:

    • Completion of the required training with full attendance.
    • Knowledge of reading, writing and understanding English language. 

    Assessment Details:

    • 100 Marks MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
    • Duration of the exam is 150 minutes

    Certification:

    Candidates successfully completing the course with a minimum of 70% in the written examination will be presented with TÜV SÜD South Asia’s certificate, valid for 2 years from the date of the examination.

    Knowledge Partner Institution:

  • Electrical Safety Auditor Training

    Scheme Code

    ESA-S17-76

    Course Objectives:

    • To Reduce Risk level during electrical works
    • To be able to identify hazards in Electrical works
    • Make report suggesting changes and control measures after Risk Assessment
    • Competency in conducting audits
    • To minimize accidents by suggesting Engineering/Administrative controls

    Course Prerequisites:

    • Should have qualifications among any of the following:
      - Diploma/Degree in Electrical
      - Graduation (B.E, B.TECH) in Electrical
      - Post-Graduation (M.E, M.TECH, PhD)
    • Should have 8+ years of experience on site in electrical safety
    • Should have proficient competency in Microsoft Office
    • Should know English/Hindi thoroughly
    • Should have adequate knowledge about hazards, risk, control measures etc.

    Course Content / Outline:

    • Introduction
    • Legal Requirement
    • Hazards Identification
    • Safe Operating Process
    • Safety Precaution while working on high voltage line
    • Safety devices
    • Control Measures
    • Checklist Before and after work
    • Do’s & don’t
    • Accidents & case study discussion

    Duration: 8 Hours (1 Day)

    Record & Report Implementation:
    Candidates will learn how to maintain reports and record on daily/weekly/monthly basis.

    Examination

    Prerequisites:

    • Completion of the required training with full attendance.
    • Knowledge of reading, writing and understanding English language / local language.

    Assessment Details:

    •  100 Marks MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
    • Duration of the exam is 150 minutes

    Certification:

    Candidates successfully completing the course with a minimum of 70% in the written examination will be presented with TÜV SÜD South Asia’s certificate, valid for 3 years from the date of the examination.

    Knowledge Partner Institution:

  • Lift-safe for supervisor / Foreman training & certification

    Scheme Code

    LS-S11-61

    Course Objectives:

    • Ensuring the safe Lifting operations.
    • Calculate C.G of the object to be lifted.
    • Preparation of lift plan will be able to understand and apply the Lift plan of operation.
    • Improved lifting safety at job sites.
    • Understand the concept of tandem lifting 

    Course Prerequisites:

    •  Hazards at construction site
    • Introduction to Lifting Safety.
    • Hoisting & rigging practices
    • Lifting device
    • Selection & inspection of tools & tackles
    • Lifting safety “LIFTSAFE” Terminology:

    L: - Knowing the LOAD.
    I :- Inspections
    F: - Find Limits.
    T: - Tests.
    S: - Sling capacity.
    A :- Area Clearance
    F :- Flying & Landing
    E: - Effect of angle on capacity

    • Introduction and classification of crane and proper setup.
    • Structural and stability limitation
    • Importance of ASLI and Load Chart.
    • Tandem lifting & impact loading
    • Emergency Evacuation from crane.
    • Roles & responsibilities of lifting supervisor.
    • Understand Inspection, testing & certification method
    • Hand signals & communication
    • Daily Checklists.
    • Accident & case study discussion.
    • Do’s & Dont's and PPE importance & types

    Duration: 40 Hours (5 Days)

    Examination

    Prerequisites:

    • Should have 5+ years experience in lifting operations
    • Should have knowledge about different types of lifting equipment
    • Should be capable of reading and understanding the English language.

      Assessment Details:
    • 100 Marks MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
    • Duration of the exam is 150 minutes

      Certification validity:

      2 years from the date of the examination.

      Knowledge Partner Institution:

  • Fire Safety Training

    Scheme Code

    FSA-S18-77

    Course Objectives:

    • To prevent fire incidents at workplaces.
    • To enhance the knowledge & skills to manage and extinguish a fire.
    • To have knowledge regarding Fire-Fighting techniques & Equipment.
    • To have a basic knowledge about type of fire & type of extinguisher required for fire.

    Course Prerequisites:

    • Applicant is expected to be of at least 21 years of age
    • Be medically and physically fit (have a good eye sight, hearing)
    • Applicant is expected to be capable of reading and understanding HINDI language apart from English (for South Asia) sufficient for the fulfillment of their function in a safe manner
    • Basic knowledge of fire safety

    Course Content / Outline:

    • Fire Introduction
      - The Burning Process
      - The Fire Triangle
      - Classes of Fire
    • Extinguishing Mediums and Extinguishers
      - Water
      - Foam
      - Carbon Dioxide
      - Dry Chemical Powder
    • Fire equipment requirements
    • Methods of operations
      - Operating procedure
      - Care and maintenance of fire equipment
    • Fire prevention
      - Fire hose reels
      - Fire buckets
      - Fire blankets
    • Lifting and Carrying Techniques for injured persons (rescue)

    Duration: 8 Hours (1 Day)

    Record & Report Implementation: Candidates will learn how to maintain reports and record on daily/weekly/monthly basis.

    Examination

    Prerequisites:

    • Completion of the required training with full attendance.
    • Knowledge of reading, writing and understanding English language.

    Assessment Details:

    • 100 Marks MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
    • Duration of the exam is 150 minutes

    Certification:

    Candidates successfully completing the course with a minimum of 70% in the written examination will be presented with TÜV SÜD South Asia’s certificate, valid for 3 years from the date of the examination.

    Knowledge Partner Institution: 

     

  • RIGGER-Level 1

    Scheme Code

    Rr1-S12-62

    Course Objectives:

    • Safe rigging methodology.
    • Identification & Selection of equipment used for Rigging.
    • Safe Rigging & Slinging methods.
    • Becoming a competent Rigger

    Course Prerequisites:

    • Applicant is expected to be of at least 18 years of age
    • Be medically and physically fit (have a good eye sight, hearing)
    • Applicant is expected to be capable of reading and understanding HINDI language apart from English (for South Asia) sufficient for the fulfillment of their function in a safe manner

    Course Content / Outline:

    • What is Safety?
    • Hazards related to Construction site
    • Causes of accident
    • Rigging
      - Basic of Rigging
      - Roles & Responsibilities of Rigger
    • Rigging equipment
      - Classification
      - Application of wire ropes, chains & belts
    • Choosing right types of hitches for handing loads
    • Knowing about your LOAD
      - Centre of gravity & load determination
      - Load handling & calculation of total weight of load or payload
    • Selection of slings
      - Safe working Load of Slings
      - Calculations of Sling capacities
    •  Selection criteria for eye bolts
    • Inspection procedure for lifting tools.
    • How to read load chart.
    • Hand signals & communication.
    • Safe Slinging practices.
    • Checklist for daily operations.
    • Case study discussion
    • Do's & Dont's
    • PPE types and importance

    Duration:  8 Hours (1 Day)

    Record & Report Implementation: Candidates will learn how to maintain reports and record on daily/weekly/monthly basis.

    Examination

    Prerequisites:

    • Completion of the required training with full attendance.
    • Capable of reading, writing and understanding English language.
    • Medically and physically fit (have a good eye sight, hearing)

    Assessment Details:

    •  50 Marks MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
    • Duration of the exam is 60 minutes

    Certification:

    Candidates successfully completing the course with a minimum of 70% in the written examination will be presented with TÜV SÜD South Asia’s certificate, valid for 3 years from the date of the examination.

    Knowledge Partner Institution: 

  • RIGGER-Level 2

    Scheme Code

    Rr2-S12-63

    Course Objectives:

    • Selection of slings & Rigging Gears suitable for the job at hand.
    • Applying hitches suitable for the specific load to be rigged.
    • Safe Rigging & Slinging methods.
    • Know how to calculate sling tension in Bridle sling legs.
    • Know how to locate and calculate the weight of the load.
    • Becoming a competent Rigger

    Course Prerequisites:

    • Candidate is expected to be of at least 21 years of age
    • Should have completed the training and examination in RIGGER LEVEL-1
    • Be medically and physically fit (have a good eye sight, hearing)
    • Applicant is expected to be capable of reading and understanding HINDI language apart from English (for South Asia) sufficient for the fulfillment of their function in a safe manner

    Course Content / Outline:

    • Slings (All Types): Application & Proper use
    • Rigging Hardware: Application & Proper use
    • Slings and Hardware Rating Chart
    • Load Weight Distribution
    • How to Calculate & Locate the Centre of Gravity of the Load
    • Taglines & it’s proper use
    • How to calculate Sling Angle Stress
    • Inspection & Maintenance of Lifting Tools & Tackles
    • Do's & Dont's
    • PPE types and importance

    Duration: 24 Hours (3 Days)

    Record & Report Implementation: Candidates will learn how to maintain reports and record on daily/weekly/monthly basis.

    Examination

    Prerequisites:

    • Should have passed RIGGER LEVEL-1 examination with minimum marks.
    • Should have completed the current training with full attendance.
    • Capable of reading, writing and understanding English language

    Assessment Details:

    • 50 Marks MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
    • Duration of the exam is 60 minutes

    Certification:

    Candidates successfully completing the course with a minimum of 70% in the written examination will be presented with TÜV SÜD South Asia’s certificate, valid for 3 years from the date of the examination.

    Knowledge Partner Institution:

  • RIGGER-Level 3

    Scheme Code

    Rr3-S12-64

    Course Objectives:

    • Points to be aware of while the making of a LIFTING PLAN.
    • Applying hitches suitable for the specific load to be rigged.
    • Instruction for the proper selection, inspection and use of rigging tools.
    • Knowing about sling capacity calculations & rigging guidelines.
    • Know about padding & various devices used for protection of slings and load.

    Course Prerequisites:

    • Applicant is expected to be of at least 23 years of age
    • Should have completed the training and examination in RIGGER LEVEL-1 & LEVEL-2
    • Be medically and physically fit (have a good eye sight, hearing)
    • Applicant is expected to be capable of reading and understanding HINDI language apart from English (for South Asia) sufficient for the fulfillment of their function in a safe manner

    Course Content / Outline:

    • Crane Hook & crane pulley inspections during rigging.
    • Use of overhead beams as rigging supports, beam clamps, trollies etc.
    • Details load planning rounds for the rigging jobs for assurance of safety.
    • Crane hazards & crane operating radius.
    • Load & crane stability.
    • Common injuries during rigging.
    • Know the various types of Shackles available in market and their proper use.
    • Shackle pin protection, corner protections and their use.
    • Do’s & Dont's in rigging work.
    • Case study and discussions.

    Duration: 24 Hours (3 Days)

    Record & Report Implementation: Candidates will learn how to maintain reports and record on daily/weekly/monthly basis.

    Examination

    Prerequisites:

    • Should have passed RIGGER LEVEL-1 & LEVEL-2 examination with minimum marks.
    • Should have completed the current training with full attendance.
    • Capable of reading, writing and understanding English language.

    Assessment Details:

    • 50 Marks MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
    • Duration of the exam is 60 minutes

    Certification:

    Candidates successfully completing the course with a minimum of 70% in the written examination will be presented with TÜV SÜD South Asia’s certificate, valid for 6 months from the date of the examination.

    Knowledge Partner Institution:

  • Scaffold Erector & Dismantler

    Scheme Code

    SED-S14-69

    Course Objectives:

    • Methodology of Safe Erection and dismantling of scaffold.
    • Selection, inspection and maintenance of parts in scaffold.
    • Hazard identification & Safety precautions in Scaffold.
    • Skill improvement for safer Scaffold practices and maintenance.

    Course Prerequisites:

    •  Applicant is expected to be of at least 23 years of age
    • Should be physically fit
    • Applicant is expected to be capable of reading and understanding HINDI language apart from English (for South Asia) sufficient for the fulfillment of their function in a safe manner
    • Should have technical knowledge about scaffolds.
    • Should know basic erection/dismantling techniques.

    Course Content / Outline:

    • Legal, Regulation and approved codes of best practice.
    • Terminology of safe erections and dismantling of scaffolds.
    • Tubes, Boards and fittings
    • Safe Scaffolding
      - Hazards in Scaffold
      - Safety precautions while Erection & dismantling of scaffolds
    • Scaffold erection & key points
    • Checkpoints in Scaffold inspection
    • Ladder access and egress
    • Inspect and Fix Gin wheels
    • Do's & Dont's in Scaffold Erection

    Duration: 24 Hours (3 Days)

    Record & Report Implementation: Candidates will learn how to maintain reports and record on daily/weekly/monthly basis.

    Examination

    Prerequisites:

    • Completion of the required training with full attendance.
    • Capable of reading, writing and understanding Hindi language.

    Assessment Details:

    •  50 Marks MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
    • Duration of the exam is 60 minutes

    Certification:

    Candidates successfully completing the course with a minimum of 70% in the written examination will be presented with TÜV SÜD South Asia’s certificate, valid for 3 years from the date of the examination.

    Knowledge Partner Institution:

  • Scaffold Foreman & Supervisor

    Scheme Code

    SFS-S14-68

    Course Objectives:

    •  Methodology of Safe Erection and dismantling of scaffold.
    • Identification of parts in scaffold.
    • Hazard identification & Safety precautions in Scaffold Maintenance.
    • Skill improvement for safer Scaffold practices.

    Course Prerequisites:

    •  Applicant is expected to be of at least 25 years of age
    • Should be physically and mentally fit
    • Should understand English language
    • Should have technical knowledge about scaffolds.

    Course Content / Outline:

    • What is Scaffold?
    • Types and parts of Scaffold.
    • Overview SG 4:15 (Preventing falls in scaffold operations)
    • Safe Scaffolding
      - Hazards in Scaffold
      - Safety precautions while Erection & dismantling of scaffolds
    • Scaffold erection & key points
    • Checkpoints in Scaffold inspection
    • Ladder access and egress
    • Daily checklist and tagging system in scaffold
    • Do's & Dont's in Scaffold Erection 


    Duration: 8 Hours (1 Days)

    Record & Report Implementation: Candidates will learn how to maintain reports and record on daily/weekly/monthly basis.

    Examination

    Prerequisites:

    •  Should have completed training with full attendance.
    • Capable of reading, writing and understanding the English language.

    Assessment Details:

    • 75 Marks MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
    • Duration of the exam is 110 minutes

    Certification:

    Candidates successfully completing the course with a minimum of 70% in the written examination will be presented with TÜV SÜD South Asia’s certificate, valid for 3 years from the date of the examination.

    Knowledge Partner Institution:

  • Scaffold Inspector

    Scheme Code

    SI-S14-70

    Course Objectives:

    • Competency to inspect all types of scaffolds
    • Preparing reports on the basis of inspection
    • Implementing control measures in case of unsafe erections
    • Imposing fines and punishments for violation or non-compliance

    Course Prerequisites:

    • Qualified Graduate; preferably B.E, B.Tech, Post-Graduation
    • Completion of Scaffold Foreman & Supervisor and Scaffold Erector & Dismantler trainings and examination
    • Valid training certificates of above mentioned trainings
    • 8+ years of experience as a supervisor or scaffold engineer
    • Expected to have comprehensive knowledge about scaffolding erection / dismantling

    Course Content / Outline:

    • Introduction of scaffolding terminology.
    • Legal, Regulation and approved codes of best practice.
    • Overview “The work at height regulations 2005”.
    • Overview of SG4:10 (Fall Arrest Equipment)
    • Overview of TG20:13 (Best practice guidance for tube and fitting scaffolding)
    • Checkpoints of Scaffold material base on criteria and standards
    • Assessing strength, harness and stability of scaffold based on drawing.
    • Process of inspection of scaffold.
    • Ladder access and egress.
    • Inspect and Fix Gin wheels.
    • Do’s & Dont's in Scaffold inspection

    Duration: 40 Hours (5 Days)

    Record & Report Implementation: Candidates will learn how to maintain reports and record on daily/weekly/monthly basis.

    Examination

    Prerequisites:

    • Should have cleared Scaffold Foreman & Supervisor and Scaffold Erector & Dismantler trainings and examination.
    • Completion of the required training with full attendance.
    • Capable of reading, writing and understanding English language.

    Assessment Details:

    • 100 Marks MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
    • Duration of the exam is 150 minutes

    Certification:

    Candidates successfully completing the course with a minimum of 70% in the written examination will be presented with TÜV SÜD South Asia’s certificate, valid for 3 years from the date of the examination.

    Knowledge Partner Institution:

  • Signal Man-Level 1

    Scheme Code

    Sm1-S13-65

    Course Objectives:

    • Knowing the various Signals used in crane operations.
    • To acquire the signalman ability & skills.
    • Obtain skills, knowledge and qualification for using hand and radio signals to safely direct crane and load movements.
    • Becoming a competent Signalman.

    Course Prerequisites:

    • Applicant is expected to be of at least 18 years of age
    • Be medically and physically fit (have a good eye sight, hearing)
    • Applicant is expected to be capable of reading and understanding HINDI language apart from English (for South Asia) sufficient for the fulfillment of their function in a safe manner

    Course Content / Outline:

    • What is Safety?
    • Hazards related to Construction site/cranes
    • Purpose of Signalman
    • General requirements of a Signalman
    • Basic knowledge of the load
    • Types of Signaling medium (Hand, Voice, electronic)
    • Pre-operational inspection of load and signaling equipment
    • Case study discussion
    • Do's & Dont's
    • PPE types and importance

    Duration: 8 Hours (1 Day)

    Record & Report Implementation: Candidates will learn how to maintain reports and record on daily/weekly/monthly basis.

    Examination

    Prerequisites:

    • Completion of the required training with full attendance.
    • Capable of reading, writing and understanding English language.
    • Medically and physically fit (have a good eye sight, hearing)

    Assessment Details:

    • 50 Marks MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
    • Duration of the exam is 60 minutes

    Certification:

    Candidates successfully completing the course with a minimum of 70% in the written examination will be presented with TÜV SÜD South Asia’s certificate, valid for 3 years from the date of the examination.

    Knowledge Partner Institution:

  • Signal Man-Level 2

    Scheme Code

    Sm2-S13-66

    Course Objectives:

    • Understanding and implementing Safe System of Work on worksite
    • Introduction to lifting & rigging safety
    • Selection and identification of appropriate plan for lifting activity
    • Emergency response system
    • Introduction to sign paddles
    • Introduction to traffic control

    Course Prerequisites:

    • Should have completed the training and examination of Signalman Level 1 training
    • Valid training and examination certificate
    • 2+ years of experience
    • Be medically and physically fit (have good eyesight, hearing)

    Course Content / Outline:

    • Recap of Level 1 training
    • Roles and responsibilities of a signalman
    • Positive attitude towards the work
    • Introduction to sign paddles and its uses
    • Introduction to lifting safety
    • Identification of rigging equipment
    • Traffic safety introduction
    • Traffic control plan
    • Emergency response system
    • Warning signage
    • Accident study and investigation
    • Do's & Dont's
    • PPE safety importance

    Duration: 24 Hours (3 Days)

    Record & Report Implementation: Candidates will learn how to maintain reports and record on daily/weekly/monthly basis.

    Examination

    Prerequisites:

    •  Should have successfully completed training and examination in Level 1 of Signalman
    • Completion of the required training.
    • Capable of reading, writing and understanding English / Hindi language.

    Assessment Details:

    •  100 Marks MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
    • Duration of the exam is 120 minutes


    Certification:

    Candidates successfully completing the course with a minimum of 70% in the written examination will be presented with TÜV SÜD South Asia’s certificate, valid for 3 years from the date of the examination.

    Knowledge Partner Institution:

  • Signal Man-Level 3

    Scheme Code

    Sm3-S13-67

    Course Objectives:

    • Knowing all the different types of signals used for various crane operations.
    • Pre and post operation responsibilities
    • Do Risk Assessment and apply Control Measures using Elimination/Engineering Controls
    • Responsibilities for their actions

    Course Prerequisites:

    •  Completion of Signalman Level 1 & Level 2 training and examination
    • Valid training and examination certificate of Signalman Level 1 & Level 2 training
    • 5 years of experience
    • Be medically and physically fit (have good eyesight, hearing)

    Course Content / Outline:

    • Recap of Level 1 & Level 2 training
    • Crane classification and operations
    • Hazards in cranes and control measures
    • Hazard recognition, risk assessment and implementing control measures
    • Mobile signaling operations
    • Selection, inspection and maintenance of rigging and signaling equipment
    • Lifting plan
    • Load estimation and Centre of Gravity of different shaped loads
    • Site operations
    • Implementing and following Emergency response system
    • Advance signals for lifting (all types of cranes)
    • Restoring the work area & Post operations responsibilities.
    • Accident investigation and case study discussion
    • Do's & Dont's
    • PPE safety importance 

    Duration: 24 Hours (3 Days)

    Record & Report Implementation: Candidates will learn how to maintain reports and record on daily/weekly/monthly basis.

    Examination

    Prerequisites:

    • Should have qualified training and examination in Level 1 & Level 2.
    • Completion of the required training.
    • Capable of reading, writing and understanding English/ Hindi language.

    Assessment Details:

    • 100 Marks MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
    • Duration of the exam is 180 minutes

    Certification:

    Candidates successfully completing the course with a minimum of 70% in the written examination will be presented with TÜV SÜD South Asia’s certificate, valid for 3 years from the date of the examination.

    Knowledge Partner Institution:

  • Tower Crane Operator Training

    Scheme Code

    TC-S15-71

    Course Objectives:

    • Knowing the parts & functions of a Tower Crane.
    • Knowing all hazards related to Tower Crane and control measures to be implemented.
    • Critical Lifting operations of Crane.
    • Safe methodology of Crane operation.
    • Understands the main Crane controls, safety devices, working limitations, associated hazards and safe work practices of a crane operator.

    Course Prerequisites:

    • Applicant is expected to be of 21 years of age.
    • Applicant should have completed a Heavy-Equipment Operator Program.
    • Applicant should have a valid license for operation of Tower Crane.
    • Applicant shall be physically and mentally fit.
    • Applicant shall have the awareness on safety instructions.
    • Candidates are required to complete and sign the Medical Verification Form prior to the commencement of the course.
    • Applicant should not be afraid of heights or have VERTIGO.

    Course Content / Outline:

    • General Definition of Safety
    • Common hazards in the construction industry
    • Types of Tower Crane
    • Parts of Tower Crane and Operation
    • Safety devices and Safety instruction
    • Hazards related to Crane
      - Electrical Hazards
      - Overloading
      - Material Fallings
      - Crane collapsing
    • Causes of accident
    • Importance of load chart
    • Knowing about load
    • Role and responsibility of an operator
    • Basics about Lifting plan
    • Reading and understanding of lifting plan
    • Communication
    • Mandatory PPE
    • Accidents & Case study
    • Q&A session

    Duration: 8 Hours (1 Days)

    Record & Report Implementation: Candidates will learn how to maintain reports and record on daily/weekly/monthly basis.

    Examination

    Prerequisites:

    • Must have completed the training with full attendance.
    • Must have working experience of at least 2+ years.
    • Applicant is expected to be capable of reading and understanding HINDI language apart from English (for South Asia) sufficient for the fulfillment of their function in a safe manner

    Assessment Details:

    • 50 Marks MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
    • Duration of the exam is 60 minutes

    Certification:

    Candidates successfully completing the course with a minimum of 70% in the written examination will be presented with TÜV SÜD South Asia’s certificate, valid for 6 months from the date of the examination.

    Knowledge Partner Institution:

  • Mobile Crane Operator Training

    Scheme Code

    MC-S15-72

    Course Objectives:

    • Knowing the parts & functions of a Mobile Crane
    • Knowing all hazards related to Mobile Crane and control measures to be implemented.
    • Critical Lifting operations of Crane.
    • Safe methodology of Crane operation.
    • Understands the main Crane controls, safety devices, working limitations, associated hazards and safe work practices of a Crane operator.

      Course Prerequisites:
    • Applicant is expected to be of 21 years of age.
    • Applicant should have completed a Heavy-Equipment Operator Program.
    • Applicant should have a valid license for operation of Mobile Crane.
    • Applicant shall be physically and mentally fit.
    • Applicant shall have the awareness on safety instructions.
    • Candidates are required to complete and sign the Medical Verification Form prior to the commencement of the course.

      Course Content / Outline:
    • What is safety?
    • Hazards related to lifting job at sites
    • Causes of accident
    • Mobile Crane
      - Classification and types of Mobile Crane
      - Proper Crane setup
      - Structural & stability limitation
      - Safety devices in crane
      - Importance of ASLI & load chart
    • Weight of the load or payload
    • Jibs & extensions
    • Pre-operational inspections
    • Complex / critical lifts
    • Roles & responsibilities of Operators
    • Lifting Safety
      - Lifting devices
      - Hoisting & rigging practices
      - Selection & Inspection of tools & tackle
    • Inspection, testing & certification
    • Hand signals & communication
    • Daily Checklists
    • Accident & case study discussion
    • Do’s & Dont's
    • PPE types & importance.

      Duration: 8 Hours (1 Days)

      Record & Report Implementation: Candidates will learn how to maintain reports and record on daily/weekly/monthly basis.

    Examination

    Prerequisites:

    •  Must have completed the training with full attendance.
    • Must have working experience of at least 2+ years.
    • Must have knowledge of English / Hindi languages.

    Assessment Details:

    • 50 Marks MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
    • Duration of the exam is 60 minutes

    Certification:

    Candidates successfully completing the course with a minimum of 70% in the written examination will be presented with TÜV SÜD South Asia’s certificate, valid for 3 years from the date of the examination.

    Knowledge Partner Institution:

  • Crawler Crane Operator Training

    Scheme Code

    CC-S15-73

    Course Objectives:

    • Knowing the parts & functions of a Crawler crane
    • Knowing all hazards related to Crawler crane and control measures to be implemented
    • Critical Lifting operations of crane
    • Safe methodology of crane operation
    • Understands the main crane controls, safety devices, working limitations, associated hazards and safe work practices of a crane operator.

    Course Prerequisites:

    • Applicant is expected to be of 21 years of age.
    • Applicant should have completed a Heavy-Equipment Operator Program.
    • Applicant should have a valid license for operation of crawler Crane.
    • Applicant shall be physically and mentally fit.
    • Applicant shall have the awareness on safety instructions.
    • Candidates are required to complete and sign the Medical Verification Form prior to the commencement of the course.

    Course Content / Outline:

    • What is safety?
    • Hazards related to lifting job at sites.
    • Causes of accident
    • Crane
      - Basic of crane classification & types of cranes
      - Proper crane setup
      - Structural & stability limitation
      - Safety devices in crane
      - Importance of ASLI & load chart
    • Weight of the load or payload
    • Jibs & extensions
    • Pre-operational inspections
    • Complex / critical lifts
    • Roles & responsibilities of Operators
    • Lifting Safety
      - Lifting devices
      - Hoisting & rigging practices
      - Selection & Inspection of tools & tackle
    • Inspection, testing & certification
    • Hand signals & communication
    • Daily Checklists
    • Accident & case study discussion
    • Do’s & Dont's
    • PPE types & importance.

    Duration: 8 Hours (1 Days)

    Record & Report Implementation: Candidates will learn how to maintain reports and record on daily/weekly/monthly basis.

    Examination

    Prerequisites:

    • Must have completed the training with full attendance.
    • Must have working experience of at least 2+ years.
    • Must have knowledge of English language.

    Assessment Details:

    • 50 Marks MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
    • Duration of the exam is 60 minutes

    Certification:

    Candidates successfully completing the course with a minimum of 70% in the written examination will be presented with TÜV SÜD South Asia’s certificate, valid for 3 years from the date of the examination. 

    Knowledge Partner Institution:

  • EOT Crane Operator Training

    Scheme Code

    EOT-S15-74

    Course Objectives:

    • Knowing the parts & functions of a E.O.T Crane
    • Knowing all hazards related to E.O.T Crane and control measures to be implemented
    • Critical Lifting operations of Crane
    • Safe methodology of Crane operation
    • Understands the main Crane controls, safety devices, working limitations, associated hazards and safe work practices of a Crane operator.

    Course Prerequisites:

    • Applicant is expected to be of 21 years of age.
    • Applicant should have completed a Heavy-Equipment Operator Program.
    • Applicant should have a valid license for operation of E.O.T Crane.
    • Applicant shall be physically and mentally fit.
    • Applicant shall have the awareness on safety instructions.
    • Candidates are required to complete and sign the Medical Verification Form prior to the commencement of the course.

    Course Content / Outline:

    • What is safety?
    • Hazards related to lifting job
    • Causes of accident
    • EOT / Gantry Crane
      - Types & classification of E.O.T/Gantry
      - Application
      - Identity E.O.T & Gantry crane components
      - Safety devices E.O.T/Gantry in crane
      - Importance of ASLI & load chart
    • Lighting Safety
      - Safe operation of E.O.T crane
      - Hoisting & Rigging practices
      - Selection & Inspection of tools & tackle
    • Pre operational checks in E.O.T crane
    • Hand signal & communication
    • E.O.T crane maintenance
    • Daily Checklist
    • Do’s & Dont's
    • Accidents & case study discussion
    • Mandatory PPE’s
    • Conclusion

    Duration: 8 Hours (1 Days)

    Examination

    Prerequisites:

    • Must have completed the training with full attendance.
    • Must have working experience of at least 2+ years.
    • Must have knowledge of ENGLISH languages.
    • Assessment Details:
    •  50 Marks MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
    • Duration of the exam is 60 minutes

    Certification validity :

    3 years from the date of the examination.

    Knowledge Partner Institution:

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