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Mammoet is a well renowned industry leading provider of tailor-made heavy lifting and transportation solutions. The company has evolved into a world class leader that is committed to implementing and maintaining the highest standards in all it undertakes, and that includes the training and development of its team.

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Mammoet is a well renowned industry leading provider of tailor-made heavy lifting and transportation solutions. The company has evolved into a world class leader that is committed to implementing and maintaining the highest standards in all it undertakes, and that includes the training and development of its team.

The Mammoet Academy is committed to providing all Mammoet employees across all regions with the professional skills, competencies, and qualifications they need to excel to support Mammoet’s corporate strategy and culture.

Mammoet UK Academy is accredited with the following recognised industry schemes:

  • Construction Industry Training Board (CITB)
  • Construction Plant Competence Scheme (CPCS Job Card NOCN)
  • CSkills Awards (NOCN Group)
  • National Plant Operators Registration Scheme (NPORS)
  • Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB)

UK Academy

 

Mammoet UK Academy provides the following courses for enrollment

CPCS Accredited course

A61                 Appointed person:

Course Objectives:  This course is designed for individuals who are required to plan a safe system of work for lifting equipment.  The course will enable candidates to understand the roles and responsibilities of the Appointed Person. Following the successful completion of the course candidates will be able to identify and implement a safe system of work for lifting operations in accordance with LOLER and BS 7121 (series) requirements.

A62                 Crane lift supervisor:

Course Objectives: This course is designed for candidates required to supervise a lifting operation using a safe system of work for lifting equipment. This course will enable candidates to understand the role and responsibility of the Crane Supervisor. On successful completion of the course the candidates will be able to review, understand and follow a safe system of work for a lifting operation including associated risk assessments.

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A40A-E            Slinger Signaller (All Duties All types):

Course objectives:  This course is designed to provide underpinning knowledge and practical abilities for personnel who are required to undertake slinging and signalling for the movement of loads using lifting equipment. The course will provide clear information on the approved codes of practice BS7121, LOLER, PUWER, and guidance notes associated with the safe use of cranes and lifting accessories during lifting operations. The course will also provide candidates with the knowledge on how to use the correct methods of communication on site and to ensure the lifting accessories used during lifting operations are suitably checked and serviceable and show appropriate methods of how attachments are made to lift loads safely.

A60A-C            Mobile crane Operator (All Duties):

Course Objective: This course is designed to provide underpinning knowledge and practical for personnel who wish to embark on a career operating mobile cranes. The course will provide understanding of all current legislation HASAWA 1974, PUWER and LOLER, the approved codes of practice and guidance notes associated with the safe use of cranes and lifting accessories. The course will provide candidate with the knowledge and understanding to safely set up and operate a mobile crane as per manufacturer’s instruction and the ability to establish and follow various methods of communication to lift and place loads safely.

 

NPORS Accredited courses

N 001                Industrial counterbalanced lift truck

Course Objectives:   This course is designed to provide successful candidates with the underpinning knowledge and practical ability to be able to operate an industrial counter-balance forklift truck safely within their working environment

N 010                Telescopic Handler

Course Objectives:   This course is designed to provide successful candidates with the underpinning knowledge and practical ability to operate a Rough Terrain Telescopic Forklift safely within their working environment

N 019                Report of Thorough Examination of Lifting accessories

Course objectives: This course is designed to provide successful candidates with the underpinning knowledge and practical abilities to be able to examine lifting accessories and determine serviceability in accordance with legislation and ACOPS.

N 047                Rigging and Fleeting of loads

Course Objectives: This course is designed to provide successful candidates with underpinning knowledge and practical ability to be able to safely use mechanical advantage lifting equipment to move loads in the working environment.

N 108                MEWP Boom

Course Objectives:   The course is designed to provide successful candidates with underpinning knowledge and practical ability to be able to operate a mobile elevated working platforms safely within their working environment

N 109                MEWP Scissor

Course Objectives:   The course is designed to provide successful candidates with underpinning knowledge and practical ability to be able to operate a mobile elevated working platforms safely within their working environment

N 101                Mobile Crane:

Course Objective: This course is designed for personnel who wish to embark on a career operating mobile cranes. The course will provide understanding of all current legislation HASAWA 1974, PUWER and LOLER, the approved codes of practice and guidance notes associated with the safe use of cranes and lifting accessories. The course will provide candidate with the knowledge and understanding to safely set up and operate a mobile crane as per manufacturer’s instruction and the ability to establish and follow various methods of communication to lift and place loads safely.

N 104                Gantry Crane

Course objectives: This course is designed to provide selected delegates with a basic underpinning knowledge of operating rail mounted overhead travelling cranes to enable them to carry out their lifting operations in accordance with statutory legislation and without risk to health, along with passing the appropriate operator tests in accordance with a Nationally Accredited Standard

N 138                Telescopic Handler suspended loads

Course Objectives:   This course is designed to provide successful candidates with the underpinning knowledge and practical ability to operate a Rough Terrain Telescopic Forklift safely within their working environment whilst using fork attachments to conduct underslung load duties

N 401                Appointed Person:

Course Objectives:  This course is designed to provide underpinning knowledge and practical ability for individuals who are required to plan a safe system of work for lifting equipment.  The course will enable candidates to understand the roles and responsibility of the Appointed Person. Following the successful completion of the course candidates will be able to identify and implement a safe system of work for lifting operations in accordance with LOLER and BS 7121 (series) requirements

N 402                Slinger Signaller:

Course objectives:  This course is designed to provide underpinning knowledge and practical ability for personnel who are required to undertake slinging and signalling for the movement of loads using lifting equipment. The course will provide clear information on the approved codes of practice BS7121, LOLER, PUWER, and guidance notes associated with the safe use of cranes and lifting accessories during lifting operations. The course will also provide candidates with the knowledge on how to use the correct methods of communication on site and to ensure the lifting accessories used during lifting operations are suitably checked and serviceable and show appropriate methods of how attachments are made to lift loads safely.

N 405                Crane Lift Supervisor:

Course Objectives: This course is designed for candidates required to supervise a lifting operation using a safe system of work for lifting equipment. This course will enable candidates to understand the role and responsibility of the Crane Supervisor. On successful completion of the course the candidates will be able to review, understand and follow a safe system of work for a lifting operation including associated risk assessments

N 403               Vehicle Marshaller

Course Objectives: This course has been designed to provide underpinning knowledge and practical ability to be for personnel who are required to marshal and bank vehicle in the working environment.

 

ECITB accredited courses

CCNSG            2 day National Course (Safety Passport)

The CCNSG National Course is a two-day training course in basic site safety. On completion, successful candidates receive a CCNSG Safety Passport. This is the engineering construction industry safety card, which is valid for three years

CCNSG             1 day Renewal Course (safety Passport)

The CCNSG Renewal Course is a one-day refresher course for those who have already completed the CCNSG National Course. Importantly, card holders must renew within three months of the safety passport expiry date or retake the two-day CCNSG National Course

CCNSG            1 day Leading a team safely course (LATS)

The CCNSG Leading a Team Safely is a one day workshop. The course introduces health and safety management within small teams


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