CCDO Demolition Chargehand (3 Year Card)
The CCDO Demolition Chargehand card teaches individuals the skills required to function as a team leader on demolition sites. Holders will already have 5 years demolition experience and will learn to supervise less experienced operatives and perform additional duties such as preparation and delivery of site inductions. The red card is valid for 3 years and is non-renewable. Red cardholders must complete NVQ Level 3 within the 3-year timeframe to convert the card to a fully qualified Silver Chargehand card.
- Ensuring work is carried out in accordance with RAMS.
- Reporting to site supervisor.
- Delivering Tool Box Talks.
- Team Leader directing and working alongside operatives.
- Preparation and delivery of site inductions.
Must have held a blue Demolition Topman card (5-Year) and have 5 years Demolition Industry experience. To obtain a fully qualified Demolition Topman card, you must meet all the pre-requisites for that card; have completed the 1-day course and passed Level 2 Topman NVQ. Find out more about the course and check you have the right card:
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Current Demolition Specialist or above Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Touchscreen Test Pass. To find test centres local to you, call: 0344 9944488. To help you revise for the test, you can find revision questions here:
You must hold a current Asbestos Awareness Certificate (as a minimum). Other higher level Asbestos Training will be accepted. You can only obtain your Asbestos Awareness Certificate through NDTG, UKATA, ARCA, or ACAD (not E-Learning). Find out more about the course with us:
You can complete the 2 day CCDO Chargehand course at NDTG venues nationwide. Find out more about the course:
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LinksCCDO Application Form - PDF CCDO Application Form - Online
The red card valid for 3 years. This card is non renewable. You must complete an NVQ level 3 within 3 years to convert your red Chargehand card to the silver Chargehand card. For more information, contact NDTG on 01442 217 144 (option 2).