Crane Operator Course

Lloyds British International are global experts in providing Crane Operator Training Courses from dockside crane operator to mobile crane operator courses

Our Industrial Training Institute is globally recognised for being a leading provider of crane courses

Lloyds British International are the leading global training provider of crane operator courses. Right the way through from our dockside crane operator course to mobile crane operator training, Lloyds British International’s  certified training courses have a worldwide reputation for quality and excellence.

Safe, certified lifting equipment, such as a crane, are only ever as good as its operators. That’s why it’s good to know that, with our crane training courses, the skills and competency of your employees will always come up to internationally recognised standards.

Crane Training for any organisation or individual involved with use of cranes or lifting operations can only be seen as an ongoing investment in your people and the workplace, furthermore with our crane operator refresher  ensure that everyone keeps up-to-date with ever-changing legislation and safe working practices.

Our world-class Crane Courses and training programmes are available in-house or on location.

Crane Operation Training

Mobile Crane Appointed Person Training

Mobile Crane Operator Course

To aim of our mobile crane operator training course is to teach operators to safely operate a Mobile Crane On completion of the mobile crane course the operators will know: Their duties under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, The machine identification, terminology and daily maintenance, The safety aspects relating to the usage of this type of crane, The operational disciplines relating to the usage of this type of crane, The use of audible and electronic warning

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Crane Supervisor Training

The aim of the crane supervisor training course is To prepare personnel for their duties as a crane supervisor. On completion of the crane supervisor course delegates will be able to understand and review the following : The statutory requirements, The requirements of BS7121 Pt. 1: 2006, BS7121 Pt. 2-3 and 2-5 2012, The planning and control of lifts and The science of slingingThe control of lifting accessories

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Appointed Person Training

The Appointed Person training course is to provide the necessary information, instruction and training in order for delegates to perform the function of. Appointed Persons for Lifting Operations in correlation with a appointed person . On completion of the course delegates will be conversant with the principles and practices of Lift Planning in order to be appointed to perform the function of Appointed Persons under British and International standards.

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Lorry Crane Training

Lorry-Mounted Crane Operator

To teach operators to safely operate and maintain the Lorry Mounted Crane On completion of the course the operators will know: Their statutory duties under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, The machinery identification, terminology and daily maintenance, The safety aspects in relation to the usage of this type of plant and The operational disciplines relating to the usage of this type of plant including safe slinging practices

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Dockside Crane Training

Our dockside crane course aims to teach operators to safely operate a Dockside Crane On completion of the course the operators will know: Their duties under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, The machine identification, terminology and daily maintenance, The safety aspects relating to the usage of this type of crane and The safe methods of slinging course content. If you require anymore information about our dockside crane training course please contact an advisor

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Crane Inspection

Overhead Crane Training

The aim of our overhead crane course is to teach the operators to safely sling loads and to use the Pendant / Remote Controlled Crane On completion of the one – two day course, operators will know: Their statutory duties under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, The correct procedure for using the Pendant / Remote Controller, Safe methods of basic slinging, The importance of weight and centre of gravity in relation to the safe working load of the lift tackle.

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Appointed Person Mobile Crane Course

The appointed person mobile crane training course is to provide the necessary information, instruction and training in order for delegates to perform the function of. Appointed Persons for Lifting Operations in correlation with a mobile crane . On completion of the course delegates will be conversant with the principles and practices of Lift Planning in order to be appointed to perform the function of Appointed Persons under British and International standards.

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Overhead Cab Operated Training

Cab-controlled Overhead Crane

The aim of our overhead crane course is to teach the operators to safely sling loads and to use the Pendant / Remote Controlled Crane On completion of the one – two day course, operators will know: Their statutory duties under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, The correct procedure for using the Pendant / Remote Controller, Safe methods of basic slinging, The importance of weight and centre of gravity in relation to the safe working load of the lift tackle.​

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