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Lifting Operator Training/Basic Rigging Courses

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AA Technical Services is fully accredited with TETA (Transport Education and Training Authority) (04-133) and a certificate will be issued once learners have achieved all objectives and prove themselves competent.

PLEASE NOTE: “ALL TRAINING IS DONE ON SITE AND WE DO NOT ACCOMMODATE PERSONAL OR INDIVIDUAL TRAINING.”

Lifting Operator Training/Basic Rigging Courses

  1. Forklift Truck (ULSTD 242974 / 260818)
  2. Overhead Crane (ULSTD 116235 / 11623)
  3. Truck Mounted Crane (ULSTD 242978)
  4. Mobile Crane (ULSTD 242982 / 116254)
  5. Basic Rigging (Non Accredited Course)
  6. Lifting Tackle Inspection (Non Accredited Course)
  7. Operate Heavy Crane (C35; C36; C39; C40/Unit Standard Number: 242982)
  8. Telescopic Boom Handler (C46/Unit Standard Number: 260781)
  9. Operate Mobile Elevating Work Platform (C53/Unit Standard Number: 243272)
  10. Pedestrian And Pallet Trucks (F6; F7; F12/Unit Standard Number: 242981)
  11. Reach Trucks (F5/Unit Standard Number: 242972)
  12. Miscellaneous (please contact us for more information)

Models

F1 – 3 000 kg
F2 – 7 000 kg
F3 – 15 000 kg
F4 – Above 15 000 kg

Learners per Program

1 – 4 (max 4)

Client to supply Load Test Certificate for particular machine.

Learner Program Content

  • Training programme introduction
  • Unit standard – operating lift trucks – SAQA ID 242974/260818
  • Principles of operation of the forklift
  • Major components of the forklift
  • Legislation
  • Pre start checks
  • Start up checks
  • Close down checks
  • Refueling the forklift
  • Recognising different loads
  • Stacking and de-stacking of loads
  • Loading and off-loading loads
  • Safety aspects
  • Theoretical assessment
  • Practical assessment

Entrance Requirements for Novice Learners

  • Certified copy of the learner’s National Identity Document
  • Learners must be a minimum of 18 (eighteen) years of age at the start of the learning program
  • Learners must be physically capable of performing without difficulty at the tasks associated with and involved in operating the lifting machine
  • A declaration of the employer confirming that the learner is physically and psychologically fit to undergo the intended training
  • A medical certificate issued by an Occupational Health Practitioner confirming the physical, psychological and medical fitness of the learner
  • An optometrist certificate confirming the learner has adequate day and night vision (eg Purdue University Standard Vision Test No 3) or valid Professional Driver’s Permit can be accepted in lieu of the optometrist certificate (Refer to Government Gazette No 34876)
  • Possession and wearing of the personal protective equipment as prescribed by the employer in terms of the General Safety Regulation 2 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • A General Education and Training Certificate NQF Level 2 or equivalent (GRD7/STD5)

Entrance Requirements for Refresher Learners

  • All requirements for novice learners excluding the General Education and Training Certificate
  • Grade 9 and the following:
    • A valid operator’s certificate about to expire or have not expired more than 90 (ninety) days prior to the commencement of the refresher learning program
    • Appropriate license for particular vehicle if he travels on road with forklift

Accreditation and Unit Standard for this Program

  • Transport Education and Training Authority (TETA 04-133)
  • Unit Standard Number: 260818

Models

Overhead Electric Chain Hoist – Pendant Controlled – C30
Pendant Controlled – C30
Radio/Remote Controlled – C30
Cabin Controlled – C31

Learners per Program

1 – 4 (max 4)

Client to supply Load Test Certificate for particular crane.

Learner Program Content

  • Introduction/Registration
  • Unit standard – operating pendant and remote controlled overhead cranes – SAQA ID 116235
  • Unit Standard – operating cab controlled overhead crane – SAQA ID 116231
  • Types of overhead cranes
  • Major components
  • Legislation
  • Pre operations checks
  • Control and operational checks
  • Stowing the crane
  • Correcting the swinging load
  • Hand signals
  • Types of lifting equipment
  • Inspection of lifting equipment
  • Lifting and transporting loads
  • Safety aspects
  • Theoretical assessment
  • Practical assessment

Entrance Requirements for Novice Learners

  • Certified copy of the learner’s National Identity Document
  • Learners must be a minimum of 18 (eighteen) years of age at the start of the learning program
  • Learners must be physically capable of performing without difficulty at the tasks associated with and involved in operating the lifting machine
  • A declaration of the employer confirming that the learner is physically and psychologically fit to undergo the intended training
  • A medical certificate issued by an Occupational Health Practitioner confirming the physical, psychological and medical fitness of the learner
  • An optometrist certificate confirming the learner has adequate day and night vision (eg Purdue University Standard Vision Test No 3) or valid Professional
  • Driver’s Permit can be accepted in lieu of the optometrist certificate (Refer to Government Gazette No 34876)
  • Possession and wearing of the personal protective equipment as prescribed by the employer in terms of the General Safety Regulation 2 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • A General Education and Training Certificate NQF Level 2 or equivalent (GRD7/STD5)

Entrance Requirements for Refresher Learners

  • All requirements for novice learners excluding the General Education and Training Certificate Grade 9 and the following:
    • A valid operator’s certificate about to expire or have not expired more than 90 (ninety) days prior to the commencement of the refresher learning program

Accreditation and Unit Standard for this Program

  • Transport Education and Training Authority (TETA 04-133)
  • Unit Standard Number: Operating Pendant and Remote Controlled Overhead Cranes – 116235
  • Unit Standard Number: Operating Cab Controlled Overhead Crane – 116231

Learners per Program

1 – 4 (max 4)

Client to supply Load Test Certificate for particular machine crane.

 

Learner Program Content

  • Introduction/registration
  • Unit standard – operating a truck mounted crane – SAQA ID 242978
  • Types of cranes
  • Major components
  • Legislation
  • Pre operational checks
  • Control and operational checks
  • Setting up the crane
  • Stowing the crane
  • Hand signals
  • Types of lifting equipment
  • Inspection of lifting equipment
  • Correct use of lifting equipment
  • Lifting and transporting loads
  • Safety aspects
  • Theoretical assessment
  • Practical assessment

Entrance Requirements for Novice Learners

  • Certified copy of the learner’s National Identity Document
  • Learners must be a minimum of 18 (eighteen) years of age at the start of the learning program
  • Learners must be physically capable of performing without difficulty at the tasks associated with and involved in operating the lifting machine
  • A declaration of the employer confirming that the learner is physically and psychologically fit to undergo the intended training
  • A medical certificate issued by an Occupational Health Practitioner confirming the physical, psychological and medical fitness of the learner
  • An optometrist certificate confirming the learner has adequate day and night vision (eg Purdue University Standard Vision Test No 3) or valid Professional Driver’s Permit can be accepted in lieu of the optometrist certificate (refer to Government Gazette No 34876)
  • Possession and wearing of the personal protective equipment as prescribed by the employer in terms of the General Safety Regulation 2 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • A General Education and Training Certificate Grade 10 (Standard 8) or NQF Level 2 Equivalent or Equivalent with Math and English
  • Appropriate driver’s license for the particular vehicle, depending on weight or mass of vehicle – EC or EC1 is a must
  • Protective footwear (steel toe-capped)

Entrance Requirements for Refresher Learners

  • All requirements for novice learners excluding the General Education and Training Certificate Grade 9 and the following:
    • A valid operator’s certificate about to expire or have not expired more than 90 (ninety) days prior to the commencement of the refresher learning program

Accreditation and Unit Standard for this Program

  • Transport Education and Training Authority (TETA 04-133)
  • Unit Standard Number: 242978

Models

  1. Hydraulic Mobile Crane – C33: up to a rated capacity of 50 000 kg
  2. Hydraulic Mobile Crane Pick Up and Carry (Rough Terrain) – C34: up to a rated capacity of 50 000 kg
  3. Hydraulic Mobile Crane – C35: up to a rated capacity above 50 000 kg
  4. Hydraulic Mobile Crane Pick Up and Carry (Rough Terrain) – C36: up to a rated capacity above 50 000 kg
  5. Lattice Boom Mobile Truck Crane – C37: up to a rated capacity of 50 000 kg
  6. Lattice Boom Crawler Crane – C38: up to a rated capacity of 50 000 kg
  7. Lattice Boom Mobile Truck Crane – C39: up to a rated capacity above 50 000 kg
  8. Lattice Boom Crawler Crane – C40: up to a rated capacity above 50 000 kg

 

Learners per Program

1 – 4 (max 4)

Client to supply Load Test Certificate for particular crane.

 

Learner Program Content

  • Identify the different types of mobile cranes
  • Identify and state the function of major components of the crane
  • Identify and state the function of controls
  • Identify and state the principles of operation of the crane
  • Perform all pre operational checks prior to operating the crane
  • Perform all control and operational checks prior to operating the crane
  • Perform all close down checks when parking the crane
  • Know how to park and set up the crane for use with capacity load charts
  • Identify the different lifting equipment used with the crane
  • Correctly check and use the lifting equipment with the crane
  • Correct lifting and manoeuvring of loads
  • General safety rules

Entrance Requirements for Novice Learners

  • Certified copy of the learner’s National Identity Document
  • Learners must be a minimum of 18 (eighteen) years of age at the start of the learning program
  • Learners must be physically capable of performing without difficulty all the tasks associated with and involved in operating the lifting machine
  • A declaration of the employer confirming that the learner is physically and psychologically fit to undergo the intended training
  • A medical certificate issued by an Occupational Health Practitioner confirming the physical, psychological and medical fitness of the learner
  • An optometrist certificate confirming the learner has adequate day and night vision (eg Purdue University Standard Vision Test No 3) or valid Professional Driver’s Permit can be accepted in lieu of the optometrist certificate (refer to Government Gazette No 34876)
  • Possession and wearing of the personal protective equipment as prescribed by the employer in terms of the General Safety Regulation 2 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • A General Education and Training Certificate Grade 10 (Standard 8) or NQF Level 2 Equivalent or Equivalent with Mathematics and English
  • Appropriate driver’s license for the particular vehicle, depending on weight or mass of vehicle – EC or EC1 is a must
  • Protective footwear (steel toe-capped)

Entrance Requirements for Refresher Learners

  • All requirements for novice learners excluding the General Education and Training Certificate Grade 10 (Standard 8) and the following:
    • A valid operator’s certificate about to expire or have not expired more than 90 (ninety) days prior to the commencement of the refresher learning program

Accreditation and Unit Standard for this Program

  • Transport Education and Training Authority (TETA 04-133)
  • Unit Standard Number: 116254

Learners per Program

1 – 4 (max 4)

 

Learner Program Content

  • Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • Hand signals
  • Risk assessment
  • Inspection and use of chain slings and steel wire ropes
  • Inspection and use of synthetic or man made fibre slings
  • The included angle of slings
  • Choosing the correct sling for the lift
  • Slinging methods
  • Mass calculation
  • Shackles
  • Eye bolts
  • Inspection and use of chain blocks, lever hoists and tirfor’s
  • Plan a lifting task
  • General safety rules

Entrance Requirements for Novice Learners

  • Certified copy of the learner National Identity Document
  • Learners must be physically capable of performing without difficulty at the tasks associated with and involved in basic rigging
  • A General Education and Training Certificate Grade 9 (Standard 7) or NQF Level 2 or equivalent

Entrance Requirements for Re-Certification Learners

  • All requirements for learners and the following:
    • A valid operator’s certificate about to expire or have not expired more than 90 (ninety) days prior to the commencement of the re-certification learning program issued by our associated companies or us

Accreditation and Unit Standard for this Program

Training in terms of the Occupational Health and Safety Act (Act 85 of 1993)

(NON ACCREDITED)

Learners per Program

1 – 4

Learner Program Content

  • Legislation – regarding the inspection of lifting tackle
  • Identification and inspection of the following lifting tackle:
  • Steel wire rope slings
  • Chain slings
  • Webbing slings (nylon)
  • Lifting hooks
  • Shackles
  • Eye bolts
  • Chain blocks
  • Lever hoists
  • Tirfors
  • Fitting of wire rope clamps
  • Turnbuckles
  • Spreader bars
  • Storage of lifting tackle

Entrance Requirements for Novice Learners

  • Certified copy of the learner National Identity Document
  • Learners must be a minimum of 18 (eighteen) years of age at the start of the learning program
  • Learners must be physically capable of performing without difficulty at the tasks associated with and involved in lifting tackle
  • A General Education and Training Certificate Grade 10 (Standard 8) or NQF Level 2 or equivalent

Entrance Requirements for Re-Certification Learners

  • All requirements for learners and the following:
    • A valid operator’s certificate about to expire or have not expired more than 90 (ninety) days prior to the commencement of the re-certification learning program issued by our associated companies or us

Accreditation and Unit Standard for this Program

  • Not accredited with the Transport Education and Training Authority
  • Training in terms of the Occupational Health and Safety Act (Act 85 of 1993)
  • Course program provided and conducted by one of our associated companies

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