New 2019 GIS Industrial training courses scheduled

New 2019 GIS Industrial training courses scheduled

We are excited to announce that our training room is now complete and as such we have been able to schedule our 2019 training sessions!  Our GIS Hoist training course which covers the following:

General electrical theory
Overview of the Hoist
How to operate a Hoist correctly
Hoist assembly and disassembly
Troubleshooting and fault finding on faulty hoists
Health & Safety
Questions & Answers

The course is presented in a hands-on, no-nonsense, practical manner providing a comprehensive overview of the hoist. It will familiarise users and specifies with operational theory, design philosophy, safety aspects, internal workings and trouble-shooting methods of the Hoist.

The course is designed around maintenance rather than operation of hoists. It offers the chance to get dirty and completely strip a hoist down to its component parts and then re-build and operate it, thereby unravelling the mysteries of the machine in the process!

The Training School package includes lunch, light refreshments, 2 days training, instruction materials and Certificate of Attendance on completion of the course.


- 25th & 26th June 2019
- 26th & 27th November 2019

All information on the course can be found here on our website:…/i…/products/gis-hoist-training…

If you would like to book the course, this can be done via our website on the link above. Please choose the date you require and enter the attendees name, T-Shirt size and any food allergies.
The course times are 9 - 5pm, the course commences at 9.30am however I would aim to get there for 9am so they are ready to start promptly at 9.30am and you can have a cup of tea before you start.

The 2 day Training course costs £299

The Training package also includes lunch, light refreshments, course materials and Certificate of Attendance on completion of the course.

This course will be held at our training facility in Bromborough

Address and directions can be found on our contact page


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  • Alison Marshall