Dates: 31st July 2017 to 4th August 2017
Duration: 5 days
Training Centre: Sheffield
Awarding Body: CPCS
This course is suitable for supervisors and managers with a responsibility for lifting operations and who has sufficient experience specified in British Standard 7121 Safe Use of Cranes.
Who’s the course for?
This course is suitable for anyone (18 years and over) wanting to become an accredited first aider.
Course Aims and Objectives
This course aims to ensure delegates are aware of the appointed person’s responsibilities and how best to fulfil them. Delegates will demonstrate an ability to interpret and apply sections 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the BS 7121 Safe Use of Cranes.
This programme is delivered using classroom-based tutorials with a high proportion of hands-on demonstrations and practical exercises. Delegates will undertake pre-course and post-course assessments.
Successful candidates will achieve a red CPCS trained operator card which is valid for two years.
Candidates will need to achieve a L6 Diploma NVQ in controlling lifting operations – planning to upgrade their red card to a blue CPCS competent operator card.
The content of this course includes awareness of periodic examinations of equipment. The course does not provide full training in the maintenance of equipment. Additional training relating to this subject may be of benefit to the delegates and further information is available upon request.
Grants are available to companies who pay Levy for full details visit www.cskills.org/levy-grant/grant/ or alternatively contact us.
To book this course complete the enquiry form or call us on 01246 589446
Health and Safety Executive – www.hse.gov.uk