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Liebherr CPCS Training School expands course portfolio
From 20th June 2012 the CPCS Training School at Liebherr-Great Britain’s heaquarters in Biggleswade will be expanding its portfolio of courses to include “Thorough Examination of Mobile Cranes”.
The course is based on the CPA Best Practice Guide (BPG) for the Maintenance, Inspection and Thorough Examination of Mobile Cranes and is designed to enable an engineer to examine Liebherr mobile cranes in complete compliance with LOLER98. This course is also a training element which forms part of the requirements to ensure that an engineer is deemed competent in the important skills of mobile cranes examination.
The course content includes:- Compliance with the CPA Maintenance, Inspection and Thorough Examination Best Practice Guide. Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations, (PUWER). Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations, (LOLER98). Liebherr duty charts and operating instructions. LICCON - rated capacity indicator. LICCON 1 and 2 Practical crane rigging and de-rigging. Technical forum.
The course lasts two days and costs £600 plus VAT per candidate. The course ratio will be six candidates to one instructor
Liebherr-Great Britain Ltd prides itself on delivering the best possible training and assessment schemes currently available in the field of mobile and crawler cranes, lifting and mobile elevated work platforms. As an industry leading crane manufacturer, Liebherr is in a position to offer candidates unrivalled facilities and training expertise from a team of highly experienced, qualified and professional instructors.
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This article was published on 21/03/2012 (last updated on 21/03/2012).