Rooftop Safety Blended Learning

Course Information
  • 3 hours E-Learning plus 4 hours practical
  • 6:1
  • Stafford, Bracknell, Trafford or Linlithgow (Edinburgh)
  • £190 per person (inc EUSR registration)

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Course Information
  • 3 hours E-Learning plus 4 hours practical
  • 6:1
  • Stafford, Bracknell, Trafford or Linlithgow (Edinburgh)
  • £190 per person (inc EUSR registration)

  • Course Aim:


    To provide delegates with the knowledge and practical experience to enable them to access flat roofs in protected and unprotected areas utilising ladders and to work safely in a variety of exposed locations.

Further Information:


Mast & Tower Safety (MATS) Group Approved Rooftop Worker Scheme, accredited by Energy & Utility Skills EUSR.

The syllabus is delivered via 7 e-Learning modules (approx. 3 hrs), followed by a practical training and assessment session (approx. 4hrs). The e-Learning modules are completed remotely, where delegates can access the theory content and resources as often as required in time periods that suit work commitments, in the run up to the practical day. The practical and assessment sessions are instructor lead and will be conducted at one of our training centres. Delegates will have the option to book on afternoon or morning practical slots. 

• Legislation for Working at Height
• Risk Assessment Awareness
• Rooftop hazards and control measures
• PPE – pre use checks and fitting harness, helmet, fall arrest and work positioning lanyards
• Safe use of portable ladders
• Edge protection
• Horizontal and Vertical systems (fixed and temporary)
• Climbing Techniques using harnesses, lanyards, and fixed systems
• Awareness of emergency procedures
• Theory and Practical Assessments

Delegates must complete the e-learning module prior to attending practical training and bring proof with them to the training centre.  Those who haven’t, will be refused entry onto the practical.  The guided learning hours for E-Learning are 3 hours. 

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