Level 3 Award in Understanding Planning, Supervising and Managing Working at Height

Our Working at Height training course

Become competent and save lives

Working at height

Working at height involves working at any height that fall may occure, below or over ground

Unsafe acts

Gain understanding on how to write a risk assessment and identify hazards. Not just the obvious ones.

No protection measures

Fall from height is the biggest cause of death or severe injury at work.





Awarding body: City & Guilds

Qualification number: 6144-31


Who is this qualification for?

This qualification is for candidates in a supervisory/management position working in industries which involve working at height. This qualification may be applicable for a number of industries including construction, utilities, facilities management, schools, colleges, amongst others.


It provides the knowledge required to plan, supervise and manage work at height. It covers health and safety and regulatory requirements, selecting and planning staff and equipment, producing work schedules and site supervision.


What opportunities for progression are there?

This qualification will provide knowledge and updating (CPD) for candidates who are moving into supervisor/management roles.



This qualification has one mandatory unit with 2 credit values.


Duration: 2 days


Course fee: £250 plus vat (£300 inc vat), we offer 10% discount for groups of 3 or more


Study mode: College based lectures and tutorials


Assessment method: Written test


On your first day of the course we will study all assessment criteria for this course, we will go through how to identify hazards, allocate risk ratings and carry out risk assessments. Learners will be given practice exercises in improving an existing risk assessment as well as writing one from scratch. We will look at a wide range of industries and work situations that involve supervising and managing working at height.


Day 2 of the course will involve a brief revision followed by test which comprises three parts:

a written test as well as identifying missing hazards and further control measures from a given partially completed risk assessment as well as writing one for a new scenario.


By the end of the course you should be able to competently write your own risk assessments, supervise and manage working at height.


For further information please download qualification handbook and booking form


Or call Reza Nobakht on 07974221155


Email: finchleycollege@yahoo.com






Qualification handbook
6144 Qualification handbook.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.5 MB]
6144-Booking form
6144-Booking form.docx
Microsoft Word document [13.5 KB]

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