A62 – CRANE SUPERVISORMarch 15, 2022 2023-02-28 6:29
A62 – CRANE SUPERVISOR
A62 - CRANE SUPERVISOR | LIFT SUPERVISOR TRAINING
Delivered at The Essex Training Centre
The A62 Crane Supervisor course provides a practical development opportunity for candidates looking to advance in the crane safety field, enabling them to understand their roles and responsibilities when supervising lifting operations. The crane supervisor course training is specifically designed to provide candidates with underpinning knowledge.
The A62 Crane Supervisor course provides a practical development opportunity for candidates looking to advance in the crane safety industry, enabling them to understand their roles and responsibilities when supervising lifting operations.
How is the Course assessed?
The completed crane supervisor training course ends with a CPCS theoretical and practical test.
What Certification will I receive?
Once you successfully complete the Crane Supervisor course training, candidates obtain the CPCS Trained Operator Crane supervisor card. This is also provides the CPCS red card and is valid for 2 years.
Duration- 3 Days
Types of Cards
Trained Operator Card (RED)
The CPCS Red Card, also known as the Trained Operator Card, is a card provided by the CPCS for those that are at the initial stage of their career in plant operation. This card verifies the core skills and knowledge to work in their chosen field (under supervision) while they complete the applicable SVQ or NVQ or other relevant vocational qualifications.
Once you've received your Red CPCS Trained Operator Card, it will last for 2 years. During these 2 years, you must work towards and achieve your NVQ in Plant Operations to upgrade to a Blue CPCS Competence Card.
Competent Operator Card (BLUE)
A Competent Operator Card (COC) is a standardized document issued by the UK's Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) that allows individuals to become authorized construction site supervisors. It confirms that the holder has demonstrated a level of health and safety awareness through a competency based-test, underpinning knowledge previously through a CPCS theory test, operating ability previously through a CPCS practical test, and operating competence on the type of plant (evidenced by an SVQ or NVQ or employer confirmation of competence).