Lifting Equipment Inspector - Module 3

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LEI - Module 3 -Pedestal & Mobile Cranes Training Course - Three Days

Designed to teach delegates the technical aspects of proof load testing and thorough examination of pedestal and mobile cranes. The course also covers the preparation of certificates and a series of practical assessments. The successful completion of this programme will provide valuable evidence towards the EAL competence qualification.


  • Current legislation and regulations (including LOLER)
  • British standardS
  • Document preparation
  • Document control
  • Methods of thorough examination
  • Methods of proof load testing
  • Manufacturers’ guidance
  • Manufacturing processes
  • Practical exercises

Who Will Benefit: This course is aimed at delegates who are employed in the lifting equipment inspection industry, or company personnel who are involved in the control and/or co-ordination and purchasing of lifting equipment.

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LEI - Module 3 -Pedestal & Mobile Cranes Training Course - Three Days



STRUCTURE: The course is a mixture of theory and practical. All delegates will be expected to complete both a written test paper and successfully demonstrate their level of basic inspection skills under test conditions. On successful completion the delegate will be issued with an NSL certificate of training.

LOCATION: This course is usually delivered at an NSL Training Centre, but can be delivered at a client’s premises.

COURSE HANDOUTS: Inspection Handouts

PPE REQUIRED: Coveralls, hard hat, safety boots and gloves.

NOTE: Successful delegates can continue their vocational development with the NSL / EAL competence programmes for Lifting Equipment Inspectors. On successful completion of these programmes, delegates will be awarded with
Certificates of Competence for the various modules by the national award body, EAL.

Module 1 of the inspector competency programme must be completed prior to attempting the competency programme for this module.

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