Health, Safety, and CDM2015

Our health, safety, welfare and CDM training courses align with the most up to date industry standards and government initiatives for engineering and construction.

The Construction (Design and Management) 2015 Regulations (CDM2015) for professionals working in health and safety came into force on 6 April 2015. ICE Training offers a suite of training programmes that focus specifically on CDM2015, the specifications of the Regulations, and how to implement them across industry.

Our CDM2015 training programmes have been peer reviewed by the ICE Health and Safety panel, and will ensure you build your capability on implementing the highest standards of health and safety in your workplace.

Attending any of these training programmes will not only ensure you are current with changes in the regulatory environment and making a significant contribution to your Lifelong Learning plan but you will also be in a position to advise a client about health and safety.
Completing the eLearning course: “CDM2015 Regulations: The Full Picture, Principles and Practice" or the classroom training "The Comprehensive CDM2015 Overview" will ensure that you are well placed to make an application to join the ICE Health and Safety Register.

All our courses can be used as part of your continued professional development (CPD).


The Comprehensive CDM2015 Overview

The Comprehensive CDM2015 Overview

A useful two day classroom course guiding you through the full range of changes to the CDM Regulations.

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The CDM2015 training suite

The CDM2015 training suite

ICE Training offers a suite of training programmes that focus specifically on the 2015 regulations, their specifications, and how to implement them across industry.

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Fun eLearning test for CDM2015


Training on CDM2015 Regulations is now available as eLearning. Try our new fun quiz to test your understanding of the changes. Use this activity as part of your recognised CPD programme.

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