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CPCS A63 Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane Course Description
Provision of detailed practical and theory plant training in operating a Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane, to enable the candidate to carry out the role with competence and safety, as well as passing the CPCS Theory and Practical Tests.
Who is the course for?
The CPCS A63 course aims to provide the candidate with a thorough practical and theory training in operating a Pedestrian Operated Crane in order to be enable the candidate to pass the CPCS Theory and Practical Tests.
Course Content Includes:
• Operate the crane safely and productively
• Respond to the recognised signals for controlling crane operations
• Decide whether a particular load is within the capacity of the crane
• Carry out minor adjustments and routine maintenance
• Understand the capabilities of the equipment and any relevant safety precautions, including the out-of-service procedure
• Operate safe-load indicators and overload warning devices
• Understand the effect of the working radius on the lifting capacity of the machine
• Secure, check and maintain counterweights
• Gauge the effect of shock loading on structural strength and stability
• Recognise the principles of safe slinging, the types and capacities of lifting gear, security and balance of load
• Observe the statutory regulations in respect of lifting equipment and the operator’s own legal responsibilities
Completion of the course:
Candidates will take a verbal theory test, and complete a practical assessment. Successful candidates will receive a 2 Year CPCS Category A63 Red Trained Operator License.
You must have a basic understanding and knowledge of current Health & Safety issues.
The CITB Operatives Health & Safety touch screen test must be current and in date (completed within the last 24 months).