Training


Available Courses

We offer 2 types of courses.  Both the LoadGuard Motor School & GIS Motor School courses cover the following:

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

Details

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. 

Cost

The cost is £299 for the 2 day course

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

 

Next Course Dates

  • LoadGuard: 23rd & 24th April 2019 - BOOK HERE
  • LoadGuard: 24th & 25th September 2019 - BOOK HERE
  • GIS: 25th & 26th June 2019 - BOOK HERE
  • GIS: 26th & 27th November 2019  - BOOK HERE

Location

This course will be held at our training facility in Bromborough

Address and directions can be found on our contact page

Customer Feedback

Hi Dan,

I made it back in one piece. Nice meeting you and everybody there as indeed, it is difficult to put a face on somebody. The school was very useful, We all improved a lot on the lacks of knowledge we had before and it proved quite educational to rip a hoist completely apart and get it back together, ending up without spare screws or anything AND getting it to actually work... Good servicing a hoist is one thing, selling it another.
Best regards and greetings to the LTM staff.

- John Waldack, ICRC
Dave, John and the staff made us feeling very welcome, and we had a great night out