This one-level Scaffolding curriculum prepares leaners to perform safely on the job site, with information on tools and equipment they will use in the industry as well as discussion of stationary, mobile and suspension scaffolds. Coverage of the math required to perform on the job is also included.
Module ID 31101: Introduces the scaffolding program, describes the duties of a scaffolder, and identifies scaffold types and scaffolding terms.
Module ID 31102: Provides a comprehensive overview of the safety regulations and guidelines in the scaffolding industry.
Module ID 31103: Covers the safe use and applications of hand and power tools used in the trade.
Module ID 31104: Explains and gives examples of math calculations of scaffold loads, including area loads, concentrated loads, live loads, cantilevered loads, and wind loads.
Module ID 31105: Identifies the equipment used with supported scaffolds. Describes the procedures for erecting supported scaffolds.
Module ID 31106: Identifies the different types of powered and manually propelled mobile scaffolds and describes their erection and operation.
Module ID 31107: Identifies the types of equipment used with suspension scaffolds. Describes the rigging of suspension scaffolds.
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NCCER’s assessments evaluate the knowledge of an individual in a specific craft area and provide a prescription for upgrade training when needed. All assessments are based upon the NCCER Curriculum and have been developed in conjunction with subject matter experts from the industry. Click the assessment title below to open its specifications.