The course content is quite substantial and covers the following areas:
Each course delegate will be expected to complete a short theory test and practical examination to demonstrate a good understanding of the course contents. If successful, a certificate will be issued. This will help the Employer to address certain legal requirements by being able to demonstrate employee competency. A detailed course handout is also provided for future reference.
The standard course is intended to last 2 days. Bespoke courses can also be discussed upon application.
The content of this course and the standard of instruction has been approved by the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA). A certificate will be issued by LEEA on successful completion of the course.
Course Participants should have a basic understanding of slinging and lifting operations.
Each participant is required to produce photographic ID on the first day of the course. Failure to do so will result in the participant being unable to attend.
Certex UK offers a range of standard training courses as detailed on our web site and bespoke training courses can be tailored to suit your specific needs. Many of our courses are LEEA or GWO certified.
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