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CAT and Genny Operator Training

The CAT and Genny Training Course gives practical instruction on how to use CAT & Genny equipment to locate buried cables and underground utilities.

The course is essential for anyone involved in excavation work on construction sites, roads, industrial estates etc. If you work as an excavation operator, ground worker or as a supervisor or manager then this course is ideal.

Theory and practical training is given. The CAT and Genny Training Course is led by our team at the Daventry site.

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There are currently no dates scheduled for CAT and Genny Operator Training. It you're interested in this course, we can organise a date that suits you and your team. Contact us now.

Course Content

• Legislation and regulations
• HSG47- Avoiding Danger from Underground Services
• Cable avoidance using CAT GEN 4 Generator
• Practical operation of cable avoidance equipment (CAT GEN 4 & Genny)
• Practical assessment & evaluation

Course Objectives

This course is designed to provide delegates with the skills and knowledge required to understand permits to work and to carry out the location of underground services in accordance with HSG47, including the safe operation of CAT GEN 4 Cable Avoidance Tool and Signal Generator (GENNY).


3/4 day

Who Should Attend

This course is aimed at Managers, Supervisors and Operatives in construction, utilities, telecommunications and petrochemical industries who are required to locate underground apparatus during planned excavations.


Practical assessment


When you have successfully completed the course you will receive a high quality certificate

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