Citrus Training are the UK's largest provider of health, safety, environmental and specialist operations training, and here are a few reasons why.
The Street Works scheme is delivered through recognised assessment centres, and we have multiple approved CABWI and C&G Training Centres.
We’ve successfully delivered training for over 45,000 delegates across the New Roads and Street Works (NRSW) training category.
We have industry recognised, and real-world training facilities on our private training sites, offering safe but realistic training simulations.
We have in-house and employed New Roads and Street Works trainers, offering the very best of training standards and quality assurance.
We have nearly 20-years of practical experience in delivering NRSW Courses, resulting in unrivaled training practices and processes.
We’re a trusted New Roads and Street Works training provider for Openreach, Amey, Balfour Beatty, Wates, Kier, and many more.
What is NRSW?
New Roads and Street Works are critical to keeping the country moving, supporting traffic and supply chain to meet demands, and keeping pavements and walkways safer. Working on NRSW sites requires acute attention to detail and safety to protect those working them and the general public, who are often navigating their way through and around this kind of work.
To regulate standards and quality for NRSW, all projects, large or small, are subject to The New Roads and Street Works Act 1991. The legislation provides guidance and frameworks to ensure workers deliver all projects safely, with minimal disruption to the public, while protecting the road and street they are working on.
From busy cities to rural country roads, responsible contractors and employers will only train their employees with accredited courses that adhere to NRSWA 1991.
Which course should I take?
All Citrus Training NRSW courses are accredited by the Certification and Assessment Board for the Water Industry (CABWI) and cater for supervisors and operators from novice to refresher:
NRSWA For Operatives
We have everything covered for delegates to gain their NRSWA Operative Card.
NRSWA for Supervisors
Our full suite of supervisor courses will equip delegates with their NRSWA Supervisor Card.
NRSWA Refresher Courses
The Street Works Operative Card is valid for five years, so our refresher courses are ideal if expiration dates are coming up.
NRSWA Unit 1, cable avoidance is mandatory for operatives and supervisors as part of a full NRSW knowledge and operations qualification.
Our courses are available as public courses, and dedicated training options are available. Contact us to find out more.
Grants and funding
At Citrus, we want training and opportunities to be available for as many delegates as possible. There are funding and grant options to explore for different courses, and we aim to provide as much information as possible for our customers. In this case, the CITB Grant is applicable for NRSW courses; contact us to find out more.
Quality and the customer experience are paramount to us here at Citrus. We work tirelessly to provide exemplary service to our clients and produce excellent results from our delegates. As a result, we are the leading UK-based provider of health, safety, and technical training and assessment services to the Built Environment and Utility sectors.
We proudly work with 85 of the country’s top 100 building services companies providing courses nationwide. As a CABWI approved training provider, we deliver The Street Works scheme through our accredited centres in our custom-built, real-world training facilities, offering safe and realistic training simulations.
Serving the sector for nearly 20 years, our dedicated trainers provide expert knowledge and occupational experience to deliver NRSW Courses. As a result, we’ve successfully delivered training for over 45,000 delegates across the New Roads and Street Works (NRSW) training category.
Courses are only available in English. Translators are not allowed under the CABWI exam condition rules.
No, if you need NRSW accredited training, this can only take place at an accredited training centre.
Certificates can vary depending on the awarding body, usually taking six-eight weeks. The certificate will then go to SWQR who will produce the card - this can take another 6-8 weeks.
Over 100+ training centres nationwide, with 150+ technical trainers, delivering upwards of 250+ courses to over 40,000+ delegates each year. Thats why we're the UK's trusted training provider.