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Health and Safety and CDM Regulation 2015 in construction

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Health and Safety and CDM Regulations

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Health and Safety and CDM Regulations Online Programme

Health and Safety and CDM Regulations Online Programme

CDM Regulation

10 formal CPD hours, Course Fee £89

Study that Fits your Schedule


Health and Safety is a dominant factor in construction. It protects you and your staff against accidents, injuries and deaths as well as the costs that go with those. The College of Contract Management has created this short course that complies with CDM regulations. The Construction, Design and Management Regulations are legal health and safety requirements that came into force in 2015. This course will give you up-to-date knowledge so that you can protect your staff and your business.

We offer this CPD course online so that you can meet CDM regulations with minimal disturbance to your work life. Our lectures are all held live; thus you can ask questions and discuss topics with your lecturer. Since we pride ourselves on the flexibility of our courses, we record the live online lectures so that you can catch up at your convenience. Your lecturer will be experienced and have expert knowledge of CDM regulations.

CPD Hours

Anyone hoping to become a member of a professional chartered institute needs to build Continuing Professional Development hours. This course will provide you with 10 formal CPD hours. These break down to 4 CPD hours spent attending your live online lectures and a further 6 hours of independent study using the supplementary reading material we will provide for you.

Once you have completed your 10 CPD hours, we will issue you with an electronic, signed Certificate of Completion that will confirm the CPD hours you’ve obtained. This does not require any formal assessment.

Successful Outcomes

Upon completion of this CPD course, you will:

  • Understand the Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015.
  • Be aware of the responsibilities of clients, designers and contractors under the CDM regulations.
  • Be adept in following CDM regulations during the planning stage of a project.
  • Understand why a construction phase plan is necessary and how to create one.
  • Know what skills and training staff need to maximise their health and safety.
  • Know the basic points of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974.

Course Administrator

Kirsten Weissenberg
Tel: +44 (0) 1420 481681