Vanier College - Continuing Education
Health and Safety on Construction Sites Course (ASP) 
Starts on Sep 14, 2024
Ends on Sep 22, 2024

Saturday 07:30 to 15:30 the Sep 14, 2024, room A-109
Sunday 07:30 to 15:30 the Sep 15, 2024, room A-109
Saturday 07:30 to 15:30 the Sep 21, 2024, room A-109
Sunday 07:30 to 15:30 the Sep 22, 2024, room A-109

Section number 8010u_A24

Cost 373.67$
Age from 16 years
Available places 25
Duration 30 hours
Weeks nb 1

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Health and Safety on Construction Sites Course (ASP)

This course is presented in English only

Classes held in two consecutive weekends (two Saturdays and two Sundays),
OR four consecutive days during the week

The ASP Health and Safety on Construction Sites course is a requirement for obtaining a certificate of competence, authorizing the holder to work on a construction site in Quebec. The course is also obligatory for management and control staff working mainly and usually on a construction site. The objective of the course is to develop a general understanding of everything affecting health and safety on construction sites.


Certification: Students successfully completing this course will be awarded a certificate of competency from the ASP Construction association.

Students must attend all 30 hours of the course and pass the final exam in order to obtain the ASP card.

This course will be offered in-person.

Maximum 25 students per class.
Important: Please use your full address when registering. The information provided when creating the account will be used by ASP Construction to mail you the card.

Schedule description
September 14-15 & 21-22, 2024 (two weekends)
7:30 am to 3:30pm
30 minutes for lunch.
Participants must attend all 19 units and pass the final exam.
30 hours of class in total.
This course is ONLY offered in English.

Costs description
$325 plus taxes
Text books (included in course fees): Available in English only.

Safety code for the construction industry
Health and Safety on Construction Sites course
(Text books will be distributed on the first day of class)