By: Melissa Nichols On: February 15, 2019 In: Blog Comments: 0

website creator Get your CPCS Card with GGR Group’s popular CPCS A66 Endorsement courses.

Multiple training courses are being carried out with GGR Group to give individuals a chance to be the hands and brains behind some of the biggest and best cranes. This amazing opportunity allows beginners-to-advanced crane operators to work with the UK’s leading lifting solutions specialists. Courses enable operators to gain further skills and knowledge in the construction industry and grab hold of their CPCS card.

Why should YOU have a CPCS card?

Why not? The CPCS card is recognised by UK contractors as the benchmark standard for plant operation and it comes with plenty of benefits. Holding a CPCS card is proof that an individual has the skills and the qualifications to be a top-class crane operator. It also shows that they have enhanced knowledge of health and safety awareness. Having a CPCS card will improve the candidate’s chances of employment, giving them the opportunity to work for well established, professional crane hire companies, like GGR Group.

The duration of the training courses is typically 2-5 days, depending on the operators craning experience. To tailor the course to the individual’s knowledge, 3 course levels are available:

  • Novice Operators (5-day course)
  • Experienced Operators, non-crane (3-day course)
  • Experienced Crane Operators (2-day course)

Each course level is designed to suit the candidate so if you’re new to the game, don’t fret. However, all candidates will need to have passed a Construction Skills Health and Safety test within the last 2 years to apply for the course.

At GGR Group, only the best is delivered. Courses are taught by fully qualified, expert trainers and CPCS testers. The A66 Endorsement courses cover all that is needed to know about theory and legislation, such as:

  • Crane construction terminology and principles of lifting
  • Health, safety, welfare and environmental code
  • Lifting operation regulations and best practice guidelines

As well as the fun stuff like hands-on training, which includes:

  • Pre-use checks and preparation for work
  • Travelling and manoeuvring Compact Cranes
  • Lifting and placing loads using full radius and slewing capabilities
  • Configuration for lifting duties

Don’t miss out in joining over 7000 people who have trained with GGR Group to be the best. These courses aim to boost skills and expansion of knowledge, giving operators a chance to put themselves out there in the exciting and ever-growing world of construction.

Apply for this course here, or for more information contact GGR Group by-

Email: info@ggrgroup.com
Telephone: 0161 683 2580

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