Embarking on a journey to become a proficient crane operator? Our Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane A63 Course aims to equip you with the requisite skills and knowledge. This course not only adheres to the highest safety standards but also ensures you are industry-ready to operate tower cranes efficiently.
This comprehensive course targets individuals aspiring to become certified crane operators or those looking to refresh their existing knowledge. Whether you are a novice or have some experience under your belt, this course provides a conducive learning environment to enhance your operational and safety skills.
Our course stands out for its practical approach, seasoned instructors, and a curriculum aligned with the latest industry standards. Moreover, we offer a conducive learning environment that fosters not only skill acquisition but also confidence to operate cranes safely and efficiently. Our past graduates are testimony to the quality training we provide, now serving in reputable construction companies across the UK.
The curriculum delves into both theoretical and practical aspects of crane operation. Key topics include:
The course spans over a flexible schedule to accommodate both full-time and part-time learners. It’s competitively priced without compromising the quality of training. Upon successful completion, you’ll receive a recognized certification, a stepping stone to a rewarding career in the construction industry.
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A Tower Crane is normally fixed to the ground or rails and even sometimes also to a building. Usually used when constructing large buildings, this crane gives a good balance of height and lifting capacity.
Usually the crane operator either sits in a cabin at the top of the tower or controls the crane by remote control. In either case the operator works with a signaller banksman to ensure safe operation.
To operate a Crawler Crane safely you will need to learn how to load and control the crane correctly, recognising the crane signals, its capacity and the effect of shock loading.
In addition, it is vital to understanding the out of service procedure as well as how to carry out routine maintenance and minor alterations to the crane, counterweights and lifting gear.