When does your NRSWA card expire?

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Is your NRSWA card about to expire? You can renew your NRSWA streetworks card up to 6 months prior to the expiry date and up to a max of 3 months after the expiry date.

When the time comes to complete the re assessment we have a couple of different options available for delegates. We advise that delegates complete the refresher training then sit the test papers. This is so that you can refresh your knowledge and brush up on any new legislation. If you do not want to do the refresher training you do not have too and can complete just the re test papers. The re test consists of 10 multiple choice questions per unit, there is a time limit of 30 minutes per unit.

We have centres running the NRSWA re assessment UK wide with different options. You can easily book your place today online on our website.

If you have any questions before you book you can phone our training team on 0845 130 7411.

Kind Regards,

PSS Training Team

32 Responses to “When does your NRSWA card expire?”

  1. Mark Fothergill

    I need to renew my white street works card

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  2. Mark Fothergill

    It expired at the of November last year

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  3. Kat Ely

    Hi Mark, if the card expired in November last year you will need to re take the course again. My colleague Theresa has emailed you to get some details from you to give you some options for the courses.

    Any further questions just let me know.

    Kind Regards, Kat.

    Reply
  4. Chris cheetham

    Hi my card expired on 16 th jan how do I renew it

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  5. Kevin blackburn

    Hi my street work ticket runs out June 2017.most of my work is in Scotland do I need to still do a course?

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    • Sam Barton

      Hi Kevin,

      If you live in Scotland as well as work there and your card is registered there you should be able to call up and get a new one.

      If you live and are registered in England you will have to attend the re-assessment course.

      Sam

      Reply
  6. Ryan

    Hi my street work card has run out but I have lost the card how will I go about this now ? Thanks Ryan

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    • Kat Ely

      Hi Ryan,

      I will get one of the training team to contact you via email.

      Kind Regards, Kat.

      Reply
  7. Thomas quinn

    Hi I am based in the republic of Ireland and forgot about my ticket ran out in January can I still renew this now ?

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    • Sam Barton

      Hi Thomas,
      Streetworks changed the rules this year so you can take a reassessment up to 5 years after it expires now. However, I’m not sure of the rules in the Republic of Ireland. I’ll ask my colleague to email you.
      Thanks, Sam

      Reply
  8. Rodger johnston

    Can I renew my norswa card it’s getting a bit defaced with Wear and tear how long would it be renewed for thank you

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    • Sam Barton

      Hi Rodger,

      If it’s just a new card you need you can order a replacement from SWQR, give them a call on 0345 270 2720.

      If it’s expiring in the next year you can sit a reassessment course, I’ll get the team to email you some information.

      Thanks,
      Sam

      Reply
  9. Rodger johnston

    I work and live in Scotland my norswa card is about to run out can I renew it without sitting a assessment test it has 6 months to run yet

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  10. stewart braddock

    we have 4 works colleagues whose NSRWS are due November 2018, is this just a refresher to sit?
    What is the latest they can do it without having to do the full course.

    Kind regards Stewart

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    • Nisha Dhingra

      Hi Stuart,

      It seems as if your colleagues NRSWA cards are due to expire in November 2018. What I would advise is for your colleagues to take the NRSWA Streetworks Re Assessment course, which is a short course lasting for a day.

      In addition, the customer service team will email you shortly, giving further, in-depth details of the course.

      Here at Project Skills Solutions we aim to provide you with the learning experience possible and want to help you every step of the way!

      Kind regards,

      Nisha

      Reply
  11. Michael

    Hi currently live in Wales but will be moving up to England in the next few months, my street works ticket has expired it’s been just under 1year what would I have to do to renew it many thanks Mike

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    • Nisha Dhingra

      Hi Michael,

      Many thanks for your comment. If your street works card has expired and you would like to renew it, you will need to take the NRSWA Steetworks Re-Assessment course.

      However it is important to note the course is applicable 6 months before and 6 months after the expiry of the earlier registration of your Streetworks card. You will receive further details of the NRSWA Re-Assessment course via email from a member of our customer service team. In addition, you’ll be able to find further information on the course we offer here at PSS by clicking here.

      I hope I have been able to help.

      Kind regards,

      Nisha

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  12. Nisha Dhingra

    Hi Simon,

    Thank you for your comment. If your Streetworks card has not expired anymore than 5 years, then you’ll be able to renew your card with the Streetworks Re-Assessment course.

    Project Skills Solutions have various dates and nationwide training venues available for the NRSWA Streetworks Re-Assessment course. Click here for further details of the course and where you can book it, or alternatively you can call the training team on 0800 0213 263 and a member of our team will be happy to advise and book your course today.

    You will also receive an email from our training team, regarding further information on the NRSWA Steeetworks Re-Assessment courses we offer.

    I hope I have been able to help.

    Many thanks,

    Nisha

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  13. Ronald Cameron

    Hi am looking to renew my street works card how much and were can i get it done i live 2 hours from glasgow thank you mr cameron

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    • Nisha Dhingra

      Hi Ronald,

      If your Street Works card is due for renewal, you can take a NRSWA Street Works Re-Assessment course. A Re-Assessment course can be taken from one year of your Street Works start date and no later than five years after the expiry date. Here at Project Skills Solutions we offer the NRSWA Re-Assessment course available at our nationwide training centres at competitive rates, click here to view our courses available and book your course today.

      I hope I have been able to help.

      Kind regards,

      Nisha

      Reply
  14. Darren Mitchard

    My supervisor’s NRSWA card expired on 20/06/18, would I need to do the full course to renew it or just the 1 day refresher course.
    Many Thanks

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    • Nisha Dhingra

      Hi Darren,

      Due to the new legislation that was introduced in April 2017, if your NRSWA Street Works card has expired no longer than five years, you’ll be able to take the NRSWA Street Works Re-Assessment course as opposed to taking the complete NRSWA Street Works course. You will receive an email shortly from our customer service team who will send you further details on the NRSWA course.

      Here at Project Skills Solutions we offer the NRSWA Street Works Re-Assessment course across our nationwide training centre’s, available at competitive rates. Book your course today by clicking here, or alternatively call our sales team on 0800 0213 263, where a member of our team will be more than happy to book your course.

      I hope I have been able to help.

      Many thanks,

      Nisha

      Reply
  15. Terry Taylor

    Hi my streetworks expires in July how much is a refresher course please?
    Thanks

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    • Nisha Dhingra

      Hi Terry,

      Here at Project Skills Solutions we offer the Re-Assessment course at a range of our training centres, across the UK and available at competitive rates. Click here to view prices of our courses and book your course today. Alternatively you can call our sales team on 0800 0213 263, where a member of our team will be more than happy to book your course for you.

      I hope I have been able to help.

      Many thanks,

      Nisha

      Reply
  16. Jimmy

    Hi,my street work card in 3 months expired do I stell need to have a test ?

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    • Nisha Dhingra

      Hi Jimmy,

      Thank you for your comment. In relation to your query, you will need to take a test if you would like to re-new your Streetworks card. If your Streetworks card has expired three months past the expiry date, you can take the NRSWA Streetworks Re-Assessment test. Here at Project Skills Solutions we offer the NRSWA Streetworks Re-Assessment course which is available at our UK wide training centres. Click here to see dates we have available and book your course today.

      I hope I have been able to help.

      Kind regards,

      Nisha

      Reply
  17. Mark Durrant

    Can you still work if you card has expired by only 2 days

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    • Sam Barton

      Hi Mark,

      You aren’t supposed to work on an expired card at all. There’s no longer a ‘grace period’ that there used to be.

      Depending on the work you’re doing you could check with your local council/authority, they might allow you to work if someone else on site has their card, but that’s less and less common nowadays.

      Sam

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