FULL VCA training

The one-day Safety for Operational Supervisors (VCA VOL) ​​course is primarily intended for supervisors such as foremen and team leaders who need the VOL-VCA diploma for their work and/or who hold the VOL VCA or VVA 2 diploma expired. In this course, participants are quickly and professionally prepared for the VOL VCA exam, which ends the day. An experienced instructor deals with the most important VOL VCA topics and developments discusses the ‘pitfalls’ of the exam and goes through a test exam with you.

The participants are advised to read the textbook independently in advance. We will send the textbooks to you in advance. Participants who fail the exam can schedule a resit at 28 locations throughout the Netherlands. Are you interested in this training? Use the ‘Book direct’ button to view the schedule and book the training.

The VOL VCA training covers the following subjects:

  • Laws and regulations;
  • Risks of accidents;
  • Hazardous Substances;
  • Fire hazard;
  • Explosion danger;
  • Working in closed spaces;
  • Safe working in general;
  • Working safely with electricity;
  • Working safely with tools;
  • Working safely with hoisting equipment and forklifts;
  • Working safely at heights;
  • Task risk analysis;
  • Personal protective equipment.

Class times:
The training is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.

The training is given in Dutch. The training can also be booked for groups in English or German. In this case, you can contact STC-KNRM via info@whitecoraloffshore.nl.

Admission Requirements:
Specific prior education is not required. Participants must be able to read ‘comprehensively’.

Additional options:
For groups, we also provide courses including an on-site exam.

The prices mentioned include a textbook and written exam, coffee, tea, and lunch.

For participants with a reading or language problem, there is the possibility of a reading exam. For groups and in-company courses, the course type and times can be adjusted in consultation.

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