Q2W offer the CITB HAS in association with Leyton Orient Football Club. Our training facility is a short walk from Leyton Underground station and local bus routes.

This course is suitable for you if you’re considering, or already working within the construction and civil engineering industry.

Industry recognition and benefits

Successful completion of the HAS course qualifies the holder to apply for the Construction Skills Certifciation Scheme (CSCS) green card (https://www.cscs.uk.com/card-type/labourer/).

Course Content

Endorsed by Build UK as the standard training for all construction operatives, this course highlights potential hazards and provides advice for keeping you and work colleagues safe whilst on site. Your Individual and employer’s responsibilities are covered to provide an understanding of:
• The need to prevent accidents
• Health and safety law
• How your role fits into the control and management of the site
• Risk assessments and method statements
• Performing safely and asking for advice
• How to report unsafe acts to prevent accidents
Certification for this course is valid for five years.
(adapted from: https://www.cscs.uk.com/card-type/labourer/).
Course duration for HAS : one day Course fee: £120.00 + VAT

Grants

Q2W are a CITB, Approved Training Organisation (ATO) for SSSTS and SSSTS - R.

What is a CITB ATO?

A CITB ATO is an organisation which provides construction training courses and qualifications to a defined and industry-agreed training standard. As an approved ATO, Q2W will upload your HAS achievement to trigger an automated grant payment (subject to eligibility).

How much is the grant?

Training grants are tiered from 1 – 3 according to the duration and content of the course:

  • HSA is tier 1, which attracts a grant of £30.00

How do I claim my grant?

You can claim NVQ achievement grants if you’re an employer who is registered with CITB. This includes small employers (wage bill of less than £80k) who don’t have to pay the levy.
https://www.citb.co.uk/grant/new-grants-scheme-2018/grant-scheme-rules/