Delegates who are not likely to be TWCs or TWSs in the near future (or at all) but may be involved in the temporary works process.
Directors, contract managers, site supervisors, estimators, planners, procurement professionals, commercial managers and project leads.
Health and safety professionals wishing to gain a better understanding of temporary works.
Delegates undertaking a graduate development programme.
Delegates not directly from the civil engineering or building sectors who may use temporary works (for example, mechanical and electrical contractors) or delegates from Local Authority building maintenance departments, nuclear decommissioning and utility companies.
Delegates who have come into construction from other industries.
Foreign contractors who wish to learn from UK best practice.
Permanent works designers involved in temporary works, and other consulting or structural engineers.
Principal designers and clientsâ representatives.
People from the training industry, including university and college lecturers.
Salespersons from equipment or plant suppliers.