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About Peter Pallett
Training in Temporary Works | Click here for LISTING OF PUBLIC COURSES
(last updated 18th January 2016 )
Peter Pallett is the recognised course provider in the United Kingdom on temporary works in construction.
His company is an official UK Learning Provider with Registration No. 10054359. He is also a qualified as a PTLLS trainer
(Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector.) From 16th June 2014, he became qualified to run the Cskills
"ssp" TWCTC course. Although he has reduced his workload for 2016 he intends, health willing,
to RETIRE in December 2016.:
Listing of current public temporary works courses presented by Peter CLICK HERE.
In House Training
Peter is the course provider for many of the top UK contractors working in Europe and Worldwide. Developing your own training
presentations in-house can be expensive, so consider allowing Pallett TemporaryWorks Limited and
Peter Pallett, a professional PTLLS trainer, provide your up-to-date technical courses. Their remain
some training dates for 2016, but because of his retirement, dates are already being reserved. So if you want Peter, book a
course sooner rather than later!
Temporary Works Training
To aid your selection of WHICH COURSE, the Temporary Works Forum have prepared, at Peter's initiative, an information sheet
(TW16.005) which lists the courses available, a short description and an extremely useful Selection Aid reproduced below:-
(Click on the diagram above for a quality *pdf file of Selection Aid.)
Although courses can be tailored to your choice, Peter would prefer to adapt existing successful courses, rather than develop new
courses prior to retirement. A list of some of the titles are below - for half day, one day up to four day courses;
extensive handouts reduce note taking by participants, with up-to-date tutorials and professionally illustrated presentations;
often at your location, provide cost effective training in temporary works for your staff.
Training will generally qualify for both ICE and/or CIOB requirements for CPD.
- Two days TWCTC - Temporary Works Co-ordinator - The Cskills Course
(In conjunction with Coordinated Training Services Ltd.)
- One day TWTAC - Temporary Works Technical Awareness - Procedures and Above Ground Temporary Works
(Developed and refined over several years. This regular course is either presented "in-house"
or as a public course through Coordinated Training Services Ltd. CLICK HERE
Ideal for developers, managing contractors, small & medium sized building contractors to provide basic non-technical
courses to update senior staff and TWSs on procedures and on many selected subjects.)
- One day TWTAC - Temporary Works Technical Awareness for In-situ RC Frame Construction -
(Developed and refined over several years for sub contractors and CONSTRUCT members to further their
site knowledge on the latest techniques and procedures for fast-track construction. This very successful course usually presented
"in-house", is ideal for experienced trades-based supervisors, foremen, appointed Temporary Works Supervisors,
(TWS), planners, technicians, graduates and site engineers involved in modern RC frames)
- Two Days TWTAC - Temporary Works Technical Awareness course NEW
(Developed for managing contractors, small & medium sized building contractors to update staff.
- Two day: TW Design - Formwork, trenches and falsework techniques - for engineers
- One day TWTAC - Temporary Works for Demolition Contractors course
- Four Day TW Design - Formwork and Falsework Design Course
Peter runs courses in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, India, Middle East, Ghana, the West Indies, and has presented papers
at World of Concrete, and at Symposia in China, Singapore, Australia and in the Middle East.
Peter is an honorary lecturer at Birmingham University and lectures at Loughborough University.
For your in-house training contact Pallett TemporaryWorks Limited:
- e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- telephone: (+44) 1543 253 853
- facsimile: (+44) 1543 253 853 (UK office hours only)
Peter holds the Engineering Council Professional Indemnity Scheme insurance for a limit of £250,000 retroactive from 24th May 1993.