Appointed person (lift planner) course (July 2020)

Appointed person (lift planner) course (July 2020)

We are running 6 day CPCS Appointed person (A61) course, which involves 5 consecutive days training from Monday to Friday, with CPCS technical test on the following Monday. This course is designed for people appointed to plan and manage lifting operations on site. If the A40 slinger/signaller category is already held under CPCS, then the Crane Supervisor endorsement is also issued upon successful completion of the course. Please get in touch to reserve a place. Spaces are limited to 4 delegates per course (owing to social distancing measures). Outcomes Through a combination of targeted training and experience, an appointed person will be able to: Legislative and regulative State basic requirements of legislation, regulations, codes of practice, guidance and good practice documentation that relate to all types of lifting duties Explain the duties and responsibilities of those involved in a lifting operation including: an appointed person, a lifting operations supervisor, a lift co-ordinator, a machine operator, a slinger, a signaller, a lifting equipment installer/erector and maintenance personnel Identify the requirements for basic, standard and complex lifts Describe the lighting requirements for in and out of service conditions for lifting equipment State requirements to be followed when planning the lifting of persons Lifting equipment Identify different types of lifting equipment, and explain capabilities and limitations of each for given lifting operations Outline pre-use checks requirements for lifting equipment and accessories Explain maintenance inspection, thorough examination and testing requirements for lifting equipment and accessories Describe setting up, erection, levelling and dismantling requirements for different types of lifting equipment and lifting operations Calculate lifting equipment point loadings/outrigger loadings, spreader mat types and sizes...
Appointed person (lift planner) course (June 2020)

Appointed person (lift planner) course (June 2020)

We are running 5 day CPCS Appointed person (A61) course, which involves 4 consecutive days training from Tuesday to Friday, with CPCS technical test on the following Monday. This course is designed for people appointed to plan and manage lifting operations on site. If the A40 slinger/signaller category is already held under CPCS, then the Crane Supervisor endorsement is also issued upon successful completion of the course. Please get in touch to reserve a place. Spaces are limited to 4 delegates per course (owing to social distancing measures). Outcomes Through a combination of targeted training and experience, an appointed person will be able to: Legislative and regulative State basic requirements of legislation, regulations, codes of practice, guidance and good practice documentation that relate to all types of lifting duties Explain the duties and responsibilities of those involved in a lifting operation including: an appointed person, a lifting operations supervisor, a lift co-ordinator, a machine operator, a slinger, a signaller, a lifting equipment installer/erector and maintenance personnel Identify the requirements for basic, standard and complex lifts Describe the lighting requirements for in and out of service conditions for lifting equipment State requirements to be followed when planning the lifting of persons Lifting equipment Identify different types of lifting equipment, and explain capabilities and limitations of each for given lifting operations Outline pre-use checks requirements for lifting equipment and accessories Explain maintenance inspection, thorough examination and testing requirements for lifting equipment and accessories Describe setting up, erection, levelling and dismantling requirements for different types of lifting equipment and lifting operations Calculate lifting equipment point loadings/outrigger loadings, spreader mat types and sizes...
Mobile crane training (May 2021)

Mobile crane training (May 2021)

We are running a mobile crane course. This course is set over 10 days (weekdays, Monday to Friday). Spaces are limited to 2 delegates per course. There is an option to add the slinger/ signaller course as a bolt on, at a reduced rate. Please get in touch for further information. Through a combination of targeted training and experience, an individual with the mobile crane will be able to: Roles and responsibilities Describe the nature of the sector of industry and their role and responsibilities as a plant operator Preparing for work Name and explain the purpose of principal components, the basic construction, controls and terminology Conform with manufacturer’s requirements as per the operator’s handbook, other types of information source and relevant regulations and legislation Explain all relevant documentation Undertake all pre-use checks Travelling and manoeuvring Configure and set for travel (site and highway) Travel the crane to an area of work Manoeuvre in confined spaces Setting up for work Configure the crane for lifting duties Deploy outriggers to specification (where applicable) Explain action required for hazards, underground and overhead services Working tasks Programme / set-up Rated Capacity Indicators for lifting duties Lift various loads using the full radius and slewing capabilities of a crane Accurately place loads Change falls of rope on a hook block Minimise the swinging of loads Move loads through machine travel (where applicable) Maintain safe working situations Comply with signals and instructions Explain rigging and de-rigging procedures when fitting fly jibs or boom extensions Completing work Dismantle the crane in preparation of movement Shutting down Carry out shut down and securing...
Appointed person (lift planner) course (April 2020)

Appointed person (lift planner) course (April 2020)

We are running 5 day CPCS Appointed person (A61) course, which involves 4 consecutive days training from Tuesday to Friday, with CPCS technical test on the following Monday. This course is designed for people appointed to plan and manage lifting operations on site. If the A40 slinger/signaller category is already held under CPCS, then the Crane Supervisor endorsement is also issued upon successful completion of the course. Please get in touch to reserve a place. Spaces are limited to 4 delegates per course (owing to social distancing measures). Outcomes Through a combination of targeted training and experience, an appointed person will be able to: Legislative and regulative State basic requirements of legislation, regulations, codes of practice, guidance and good practice documentation that relate to all types of lifting duties Explain the duties and responsibilities of those involved in a lifting operation including: an appointed person, a lifting operations supervisor, a lift co-ordinator, a machine operator, a slinger, a signaller, a lifting equipment installer/erector and maintenance personnel Identify the requirements for basic, standard and complex lifts Describe the lighting requirements for in and out of service conditions for lifting equipment State requirements to be followed when planning the lifting of persons Lifting equipment Identify different types of lifting equipment, and explain capabilities and limitations of each for given lifting operations Outline pre-use checks requirements for lifting equipment and accessories Explain maintenance inspection, thorough examination and testing requirements for lifting equipment and accessories Describe setting up, erection, levelling and dismantling requirements for different types of lifting equipment and lifting operations Calculate lifting equipment point loadings/outrigger loadings, spreader mat types and sizes...
Mobile crane training (April 2021)

Mobile crane training (April 2021)

We are running a mobile crane course. This course is set over 10 days (weekdays, Monday to Friday). Spaces are limited to 2 delegates per course. There is an option to add the slinger/ signaller course as a bolt on, at a reduced rate. Please get in touch for further information. Through a combination of targeted training and experience, an individual with the mobile crane will be able to: Roles and responsibilities Describe the nature of the sector of industry and their role and responsibilities as a plant operator Preparing for work Name and explain the purpose of principal components, the basic construction, controls and terminology Conform with manufacturer’s requirements as per the operator’s handbook, other types of information source and relevant regulations and legislation Explain all relevant documentation Undertake all pre-use checks Travelling and manoeuvring Configure and set for travel (site and highway) Travel the crane to an area of work Manoeuvre in confined spaces Setting up for work Configure the crane for lifting duties Deploy outriggers to specification (where applicable) Explain action required for hazards, underground and overhead services Working tasks Programme / set-up Rated Capacity Indicators for lifting duties Lift various loads using the full radius and slewing capabilities of a crane Accurately place loads Change falls of rope on a hook block Minimise the swinging of loads Move loads through machine travel (where applicable) Maintain safe working situations Comply with signals and instructions Explain rigging and de-rigging procedures when fitting fly jibs or boom extensions Completing work Dismantle the crane in preparation of movement Shutting down Carry out shut down and securing...
Mobile crane training (March 2021)

Mobile crane training (March 2021)

We are running a mobile crane course. This course is set over 10 days (weekdays, Monday to Friday). Spaces are limited to 2 delegates per course. There is an option to add the slinger/ signaller course as a bolt on, at a reduced rate. Please get in touch for further information. Through a combination of targeted training and experience, an individual with the mobile crane will be able to: Roles and responsibilities Describe the nature of the sector of industry and their role and responsibilities as a plant operator Preparing for work Name and explain the purpose of principal components, the basic construction, controls and terminology Conform with manufacturer’s requirements as per the operator’s handbook, other types of information source and relevant regulations and legislation Explain all relevant documentation Undertake all pre-use checks Travelling and manoeuvring Configure and set for travel (site and highway) Travel the crane to an area of work Manoeuvre in confined spaces Setting up for work Configure the crane for lifting duties Deploy outriggers to specification (where applicable) Explain action required for hazards, underground and overhead services Working tasks Programme / set-up Rated Capacity Indicators for lifting duties Lift various loads using the full radius and slewing capabilities of a crane Accurately place loads Change falls of rope on a hook block Minimise the swinging of loads Move loads through machine travel (where applicable) Maintain safe working situations Comply with signals and instructions Explain rigging and de-rigging procedures when fitting fly jibs or boom extensions Completing work Dismantle the crane in preparation of movement Shutting down Carry out shut down and securing...
Appointed person (lift planner) course (January 2020)

Appointed person (lift planner) course (January 2020)

We are running 5 day CPCS Appointed person (A61) course, which involves 4 consecutive days training from Tuesday to Friday, with CPCS technical test on the following Monday. This course is designed for people appointed to plan and manage lifting operations on site. If the A40 slinger/signaller category is already held under CPCS, then the Crane Supervisor endorsement is also issued upon successful completion of the course. Please get in touch to reserve a place. Spaces are limited to 4 delegates per course (owing to social distancing measures). Outcomes Through a combination of targeted training and experience, an appointed person will be able to: Legislative and regulative State basic requirements of legislation, regulations, codes of practice, guidance and good practice documentation that relate to all types of lifting duties Explain the duties and responsibilities of those involved in a lifting operation including: an appointed person, a lifting operations supervisor, a lift co-ordinator, a machine operator, a slinger, a signaller, a lifting equipment installer/erector and maintenance personnel Identify the requirements for basic, standard and complex lifts Describe the lighting requirements for in and out of service conditions for lifting equipment State requirements to be followed when planning the lifting of persons Lifting equipment Identify different types of lifting equipment, and explain capabilities and limitations of each for given lifting operations Outline pre-use checks requirements for lifting equipment and accessories Explain maintenance inspection, thorough examination and testing requirements for lifting equipment and accessories Describe setting up, erection, levelling and dismantling requirements for different types of lifting equipment and lifting operations Calculate lifting equipment point loadings/outrigger loadings, spreader mat types and sizes...
Mobile crane training (January 2021)

Mobile crane training (January 2021)

We are running a mobile crane course. This course is set over 10 days (weekdays, Monday to Friday). Spaces are limited to 2 delegates per course. There is an option to add the slinger/ signaller course as a bolt on, at a reduced rate. Please get in touch for further information. Through a combination of targeted training and experience, an individual with the mobile crane will be able to: Roles and responsibilities Describe the nature of the sector of industry and their role and responsibilities as a plant operator Preparing for work Name and explain the purpose of principal components, the basic construction, controls and terminology Conform with manufacturer’s requirements as per the operator’s handbook, other types of information source and relevant regulations and legislation Explain all relevant documentation Undertake all pre-use checks Travelling and manoeuvring Configure and set for travel (site and highway) Travel the crane to an area of work Manoeuvre in confined spaces Setting up for work Configure the crane for lifting duties Deploy outriggers to specification (where applicable) Explain action required for hazards, underground and overhead services Working tasks Programme / set-up Rated Capacity Indicators for lifting duties Lift various loads using the full radius and slewing capabilities of a crane Accurately place loads Change falls of rope on a hook block Minimise the swinging of loads Move loads through machine travel (where applicable) Maintain safe working situations Comply with signals and instructions Explain rigging and de-rigging procedures when fitting fly jibs or boom extensions Completing work Dismantle the crane in preparation of movement Shutting down Carry out shut down and securing...
Appointed person (lift planner) course (December 2020)

Appointed person (lift planner) course (December 2020)

We are running 5 day CPCS Appointed person (A61) course, which involves 4 consecutive days training from Tuesday to Friday, with CPCS technical test on the following Monday. This course is designed for people appointed to plan and manage lifting operations on site. If the A40 slinger/signaller category is already held under CPCS, then the Crane Supervisor endorsement is also issued upon successful completion of the course. Please get in touch to reserve a place. Spaces are limited to 4 delegates per course (owing to social distancing measures). Outcomes Through a combination of targeted training and experience, an appointed person will be able to: Legislative and regulative State basic requirements of legislation, regulations, codes of practice, guidance and good practice documentation that relate to all types of lifting duties Explain the duties and responsibilities of those involved in a lifting operation including: an appointed person, a lifting operations supervisor, a lift co-ordinator, a machine operator, a slinger, a signaller, a lifting equipment installer/erector and maintenance personnel Identify the requirements for basic, standard and complex lifts Describe the lighting requirements for in and out of service conditions for lifting equipment State requirements to be followed when planning the lifting of persons Lifting equipment Identify different types of lifting equipment, and explain capabilities and limitations of each for given lifting operations Outline pre-use checks requirements for lifting equipment and accessories Explain maintenance inspection, thorough examination and testing requirements for lifting equipment and accessories Describe setting up, erection, levelling and dismantling requirements for different types of lifting equipment and lifting operations Calculate lifting equipment point loadings/outrigger loadings, spreader mat types and sizes...
Appointed person (lift planner) course (November 2020)

Appointed person (lift planner) course (November 2020)

We are running 5 day CPCS Appointed person (A61) course, which involves 4 consecutive days training from Tuesday to Friday, with CPCS technical test on the following Monday. This course is designed for people appointed to plan and manage lifting operations on site. If the A40 slinger/signaller category is already held under CPCS, then the Crane Supervisor endorsement is also issued upon successful completion of the course. Please get in touch to reserve a place. Spaces are limited to 4 delegates per course (owing to social distancing measures). Outcomes Through a combination of targeted training and experience, an appointed person will be able to: Legislative and regulative State basic requirements of legislation, regulations, codes of practice, guidance and good practice documentation that relate to all types of lifting duties Explain the duties and responsibilities of those involved in a lifting operation including: an appointed person, a lifting operations supervisor, a lift co-ordinator, a machine operator, a slinger, a signaller, a lifting equipment installer/erector and maintenance personnel Identify the requirements for basic, standard and complex lifts Describe the lighting requirements for in and out of service conditions for lifting equipment State requirements to be followed when planning the lifting of persons Lifting equipment Identify different types of lifting equipment, and explain capabilities and limitations of each for given lifting operations Outline pre-use checks requirements for lifting equipment and accessories Explain maintenance inspection, thorough examination and testing requirements for lifting equipment and accessories Describe setting up, erection, levelling and dismantling requirements for different types of lifting equipment and lifting operations Calculate lifting equipment point loadings/outrigger loadings, spreader mat types and sizes...