This page will explain how to get your CSCS Card and how to book your course with Marble Training.
Due to Lockdown, all 1 day courses will be delivered live online using a free video service called Zoom. This means you will be able to see and hear our trainer like in the classroom.
Here is a short video explaining the 3 easy steps to securing your CSCS Green Card.
Step 1 - Complete a course with Marble Training
Step 2 - Complete your HSE Test with CITB
Step 3 - Apply for your card with the CSCS
To book your course you can scroll down to find our next available dates and prices.
The course price includes all training and materials. Due to lockdown the 1 day courses will be delivered live by a trainer using a free video conference service called zoom. This means you will be able to see and hear our trainer like in the classroom.
The course times with the trainer are 8am - 4pm. We will send everything you need and provide full support.
All you need is your photo ID, a laptop, PC, phone or tablet to join the course with and a quiet room at your home or office.
Upon completing the course successfully you will be eligible for your CITB certificate which you can use for your CSCS Green Card Application.
The CSCS Labourer’s Card provides validation that the holder has completed the required training to enable them to undertake work as a labourer on a construction site within the United Kingdom. The CITB HSA 1 Day Course forms part of your application for the CSCS green card.
This is an introductory course for health and safety for people who are new to the construction and civil engineering industries. It will teach you the main health and safety issues on construction sites. It is one of the CITB Site Safety Plus range of courses and is valid for 5 years.
This is a one day course with an end of day multiple choice assessment. Results will be provided immediately and submitted to the CITB. You will then receive your certificate either by post or email. We know this is important to you so we turn around your results as quick as possible.
To ensure the individual responsibilities are understood:
At the end of the day, delegates will be able to: