Training Courses - LANTRA

Sector Description

SECTOR LANTRA develops quality training courses and nationally recognized qualifications that are delivered through a national network of training Provider Partners, such as NCTS Ltd.  NCTS Ltd offers the following; 

- Appointed Person
- Lift Supervisor / Crane Supervisor
- Mini cranes under 20 tonnes (Spider Crane, Mini Crawler, Mini Mobile)
- Gantry Crane
- 360 Degree Telescopic Handler 
- Ride on Roller
- Loading Shovel (not suitable when working in a quarry)
- Slinger/Banksman (not suitable when working on construction site)
- MEWPS (Mobile Elevated Working Platform)
- Forklifts 
- Lorry Loader Crane (Hi-Ab) or Lorry Mounted Crane
- ATV's including Quads

And many more courses. 

Courses in this Sector

360 Telescopic Handler / Teleporter (Lantra)

Overview This assessment involves assessing the candidates' knowledge and skills on the telescopic handler through theory and practical assessment. Overview of Assessment • Be able to operate the machine safely and correctly in accordance with manufacturers' instructions. • Carry out a pre-start inspection. • Operate safely under varying site conditions. • Be able to carry out minor adjustments and routine services. • Have an understanding of responsibilities under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 & other current relevant legislation. Requirements Valid Safe Pass Card SOLAS CSCS Slinger/Banksman Card 6 months Experience PPS number PPE Equipment Duration 1 Day

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Lantra All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) / Quad

You will be taught basic manoeuvres and get to grips with riding on a range of different and challenging terrains. Operating the vehicle with loads and trailers will also be covered.

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Front End Loader (Loading Shovel)

The Lantra Accredited Front End Loader (Loading Shovel) Operator Training Course is designed to empower experienced construction plant operators, providing a Lantra-accredited avenue to enhance their skills, knowledge, and attitudes crucial to efficient and safe plant operations.

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