CSCS Green Labourer Card Renewal

DGC Training Services Limited

Course details

Course description

This course is for candidates who have already completed their SQA Health & Safety in a Construction Environment Level 1 Award (or equivalent) and wish to apply for a new CSCS Green Labourer Card (please be advised all orders for a Green Card are considered as "new applications", therefore candidates must be able to provide a copy of their Level 1 certificate to be eligible for this funded training). To help study, you will have access to our online training "Preparation for the CITB Health, Safety and Environment". On applying to undertake this course you will also be asked to download the official CITB Health & Safety Test app and study for at least one week self study at home. You will also be provided with a username and password to access the online course. Tutor support will be available throughout this time. When you confirm you have studied (via the app and online training), you will be booked to attend your nearest Pearson Vue CSCS Test Centre to undertake the CSCS Test which is a multiple choice question exam and also includes case study questions. On successful completion of your CSCS H&S Test and providing copy of your Level 1 certificate (or equivalent) your CSCS Green Labourer card will be ordered.

Provided by

DGC Training Services Limited

01698 230200

Provider website

Unit 4, Dellburn Trading Park

73 Meadow Road




ITA funding available

Entry requirements

Candidates must be able provide evidence that they have passed the SQA Health & Safety in a Construction Environment Level 1 Award (or equivalent) and be able to provide a copy of this actual certificate (proof of a previous CSCS card does not suffice). They are also required to have basic literacy skills.

Course options

Course details

Distance learning

29th Apr 2022 to 29th Apr 2023

Cost: £200.00 (ex. VAT)

Venue details

DGC Training Services Ltd

303 Orbiston Street



Who to contact

Marie McNamee

Office Manager


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