JR Training Services has unveiled plans to create a state-of-the-art training facility in Paisley.
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Plans for the purpose-built training center on Wallneuk Road have been submitted to Renfrewshire Council, including details of dedicated training rooms, office space and rest areas integrated into the brand new building.
Parking for trainees has also been provided, and a new scaffolding area will allow participants to familiarize themselves with hands-on training activities.
The facility will serve as headquarters for JR Training Services, which is led by Ronnie Charters who has 35 years of experience in the construction industry, including roles as health and safety advisor, trainer and assessor at National Construction College CITB. He is currently NASC Regional Chairman for Scotland and Northern Ireland.
If plans are given the green light, the team will use the accredited training center to deliver a range of construction industry courses to recruits from the west of Scotland and beyond.
The planned program includes specialized CISRS (Construction Industry Scaffolders Record Scheme) courses, such as a five-day scaffolding supervisor course and a two-day refresher course.
CITB accredited health and safety and site management courses and NEBOSH certified courses will also be delivered through the facility.
Ronnie said: “These ambitious plans could bring a dedicated, state-of-the-art construction training center to the Renfrewshire area, giving JR Training Services an accredited base to deliver some of the most sought-after qualifications in the industry. industry – with facilities that enable classroom learning as well as the development of practical skills.
“Having provided services to the construction industry across the UK for over 25 years, the JR Group has, like me, experienced firsthand the lack of skilled labor and construction facilities. training in the region and beyond. This new training center would give Renfrewshire the opportunity to lead the way in directly tackling the problem of skills shortages and provide young people in Renfrewshire with the opportunity to develop their skills in a rewarding career.
“Working with a range of partners, including G&A Wilson Safety Consultants, we will be proud to offer hands-on, accredited courses, as well as highlighting the health and well-being of workers themselves with dedicated courses, including including mental health first aid.