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What is the SQA NRSWA Reassessment Course?

The SQA NRSWA Reassessment for Operatives or Supervisor training (New Roads and Street Works Act) is a necessity for any employee who have previously completed the NRSWA course relating to their role.

Who is the NRSWA Reassessment Course Suitable For?

This NRSWA Operatives/Supervisors Reassessment course is designed for those who currently hold a valid Street Works card who carry out work on the roadways and highways.

What’s Included in the NRSWA Reassessment Training?

At the end of the NRSWA Reassessment training course your knowledge will be refreshed on:

  • Training and assessment process for a Street Works Operative.
  • Health and Safety legislation and their obligations under this Act.
  • Safe working practices and methods.
  • Reference documentation used within the Highways Industry.

Course Duration

1 day

Certification and Assessment

For each unit requiring re-assessment you will need to complete the following:

  • Multiple choice assessment paper
  • You will be required to present your original Street Works Card to the trainer. Please note that photocopies will not be accepted on arrival.

Pre-requisites to Attend the NRSWA Reassessment Course

If you wish to undertake this NRSWA Reassessment training course you must:

  • provide a scanned copy of your current Street Works card (Front and Back) prior to attending to enable the training provider to ensure the correct theory exams have been booked for you
  • complete this training within 5 years of the card expiry

Failure to adhere to these guidelines will result in the delegate having to sit the full NRSWA course again.