1. Plan Work – Site requirements and rules; site hazard identification; emergency procedures; priorities; scaffold fit for the purpose.
  2. Rope work including bowline; clove hitch; timber hitch; rolling hitch; use of gin wheels.
  3. Identify scaffold components and use; identify damaged components.
  4. Identify individual modular systems, their advantages/disadvantages.
  5. Tube and Coupler overview and use
  6. Ground Bearing Pressure related to live load; dead load.
  7. Minimums and Maximums including lift height bay width, length light/medium/heavy duty scaffolds; bracing of scaffolds; tying of scaffolds.
  8. Estimation of material
  9. Practical Training – Erect modular scaffold; use tube and coupler where necessary to modify; tag completed scaffold; dismantle scaffold and stow gear.


This course will provide theoretical and practical training necessary to assemble, use and dissemble scaffolding effectively and safely. adapting knowledge to the current rules assembling and dissembling , storage and preservation of different scaffolding systems supported. also updated and increased knowledge about the importance of the development of reference standard established safety conditions that must be met on a scaffold. identifying the main risks that can be found and the main  aspects of prevention and protection.