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LEEA ACADEMY

TRAINING COURSE PROSPECTUS


Jan - June 2020

Document reference LEEA 036(a) Version 1 October 2019

Lifting Standards Worldwide


Methods of LEEA Advanced
Learning Available Programmes

Instructor-led Lifting Equipment


Training (ILT) General

LEEA Huntingdon Lifting Machines


Training Centre Manual

LEEA Dubai Lifting Machines


Training Centre LEEA Foundation Power
Course
(Mandatory)
International Runways and
(On-site) Crane Structures

Blended Learning Overhead


Travelling Cranes

E-learning via the Offshore Container


LEEA Academy Examination

UK Mobile Crane Only available as


(On-site) Examination On-site ILT

For information on all LEEA


Training Services please email
academysupport@leeaint.com
Subject: Training Query
LEEA Academy

LEEA Training Courses and Team Cards

The LEEA Foundation Course is a pre-requisite training course that must be achieved before progressing to the LEEA Advanced
Programmes. The LEEA Foundation Course is NOT a qualification.

The LEEA Advanced Programme is a specialist training course for your chosen subject. The Advanced Programmes can be taken in
any order, and employees of our LEEA Full and Development Members are entitled to a TEAM Card in the category of “Test and
Examine”, this will list all qualifications achieved.

Bespoke training courses are designed as supplementary training courses that complement the Advanced Programmes. Delegates
that successfully complete the training courses will be awarded a LEEA certificate.

Methods of Training

E-Learning is available via our LEEA Academy for all LEEA Courses except for Mobile Crane Examination.

Instructor-Led Training courses can be delivered UK wide or internationally at the members’ premises, or at our purpose-built
training centre in LEEA Huntingdon. Courses include the LEEA Foundation Course, bespoke training and Advanced Programmes.

Blended Learning a course will be studied via the e-learning platform in the LEEA Academy followed by 1 or 2-day session including
final examination which will be delivered by a LEEA Training Specialist at the Huntingdon Training Centre or at your chosen location.
This option is available to members with multiple delegates wishing to study in advance of the 1 or 2-day re-cap and assessment
session. Prices are available upon request.
FOU - The LEEA Foundation Course

The course is structured to take place over a 3-day period and includes all equipment in the syllabus scope for the LEEA Advanced
Programme courses (the final assessment for the course is on day 3).
This foundation course does not offer a LEEA qualification for inspection or examination of lifting equipment but must be completed
before a delegate can undertake the Advanced Programme courses.

Course Syllabus:
Legislation Textile Webbing Slings
Standards & Codes of Practice Textile Roundslings
Materials Components for slings
Basic Heat Treatment Shackles and eyebolts
Units of Measure Turnbuckles
Basic Force, Stress and Strain Manual chain hoists
Basic Mechanics of Simple Machines Lever hoists
Methods of Manufacture Jaw winches
Verification of Lifting Equipment Jacks
Wire Rope & Wire Rope Slings Crane forks and C Hooks
Chain & Chain Slings Powered Lifting Machines
Rating and Marking of Lifting Runways and Crane Structures
Equipment Overhead Travelling Cranes
Textile Slings - Fibre Rope & Fibre Rope Offshore Containers
Slings
Mobile Cranes

Current availability: LEEA Academy, Intensive Programme (Instructor Led Training – LEEA Huntingdon Training Centre, on-site at your
location in the UK and overseas) and blended learning.
LEG - Lifting Equipment General Advanced Programme

The course is structured to take place over a 5-day period where the delegates will benefit from hands-on practical training to
complement the essential theory sessions. The Advanced Programme is based on lifting accessories and includes thorough examination
procedures and criteria for continued periods of service.

Course Syllabus:

Legislation Components for Slings


Heat Treatment Shackles and Eyebolts
Stress and Strain Turnbuckles
Chain and Chain Slings Plate Clamps
Wire Rope and Wire Rope Slings Beam Clamps
Verification of Lifting Equipment Lifting Beams
Textile Slings – Fibre Rope and Fibre Lifting Magnets
Rope Slings Vacuum Lifters
Textile Webbing Slings Crane Forks and C Hooks
Textile Roundslings

Current availability: LEEA Academy, Intensive Programme (Instructor Led Training – LEEA Huntingdon Training Centre, on-site at your
location in the UK and overseas) and blended learning.
LMM - Lifting Machines Manual Advanced Programme

The course is structured to take place over a 5-day period where the delegates will benefit from hands-on practical training to
complement the essential theory sessions. The Advanced Programme is based on manually operated lifting machines and includes
thorough examination procedures and criteria for continued periods of service.

Course Syllabus:

Legislation Jaw Winches


Mechanics – Simple Machines Hand Operated Winches
Verification of Lifting Equipment Travelling Trolleys
(Testing & Examination) Mechanical Jacks
Load Chain for Lifting Machines Hydraulic Jacks
Wire Rope for Lifting Machines Pulley Blocks
Screw Brake Mechanisms Site Examination Procedures
Hand Operated Chain Blocks
Lever Hoists

Current availability: LEEA Academy, Intensive Programme (Instructor Led Training – LEEA Huntingdon Training Centre, on-site at your
location in the UK and overseas) and blended learning.
LMP - Lifting Machines Power Advanced Programme

The course is structured to take place over a 5-day period where delegates will benefit from hands-on practical training to complement
the essential theory sessions. The Advanced Programme is based on powered lifting machines and includes thorough examination
procedures and criteria for continued periods of service.

Course Syllabus:

Legislation Electric Wire Rope Hoists


Lifting Media – Chain Pneumatic Hoists
Lifting Media – Wire Rope Powered Winches
Load Hooks and Sheave Blocks Brakes
Suspension and Trolleys Limit Switches – Over travel
Principles of Electrical Machines Overloading Protection – WLL
Principles of Pneumatic Machines Overloading Protection – Electrical
Power Supply Systems Safe use of Powered Hoists
Electric Chain Hoists
Current availability: LEEA Academy, Intensive Programme (Instructor Led Training – LEEA Huntingdon Training Centre, on-site at your
location in the UK and overseas) and blended learning.

RCS - Runways & Crane Structures Advanced Programme

The course is structured to take place over a 5-day period. The Advanced Programme is based on runway beams, jib and mobile gantry
cranes and structures, including thorough examination procedures and criteria for continued periods of service.

Course Syllabus:
Legislation Purpose built runways
Standards Cranes and components
Runways Beam clamps
Supporting Structures Mobile lifting gantries
Deflection and measurements Swing jib cranes
Runway beams with cantilevers Davits
Runway beam fixings – Bolted Examination and testing of slewing jib cranes
Welding of structural steel Power feed systems
Inspection and testing of welds Safety essentials – Working on RCS
Site examination and testing

Current availability: LEEA Academy, Intensive Programme (Instructor Led Training – LEEA Huntingdon Training Centre, on-site at your
location in the UK and overseas) and blended learning.
OTC - Overhead Travelling Cranes Advanced Programme

The course is structured to take place over a 5-day period. The Advanced Programme focuses
on overhead, portal and semi-portal cranes and includes thorough examination procedures
and criteria for continued periods of service.

Course Syllabus:
Legislation Motion limit switches
Standards Overload devices
Lifting Media – Load chain Braking systems
Lifting Media – Load rope Electric motors and VFDs
Materials Duty classification
Crane construction Safety essentials – Working on OTCs
Crane configuration Testing as part of the Thorough Examination
End carriages The Thorough Examination
Hoist construction Gantry alignment
Rope drums and pulleys
Power feed systems
Current availability: LEEA Academy, Intensive Programme (Instructor Led Training – LEEA Huntingdon Training Centre, on-site at your
location in the UK and overseas) and blended learning.

OCE - Offshore Containers Advanced Programme - (Design, Construction, Testing, Examination & Marking)

The course is structured to take place over a 5-day period and will provide theoretical training in relation to the current regulations,
standards and the requirements of persons carrying out testing, examination and marking of offshore containers with an overview of
design and construction requirements.

Course Syllabus:

Legislation Shackles
Standards and Codes of Practice Lifting Set Design
Terms and definitions Examination of Containers
Design and Construction Examination of Lifting Sets
Pad Eyes Testing of Containers
Marking Requirements and Data Plates Testing of Lifting Sets
Certification Inspection Report Requirements
Chain Slings Pre-Trip Inspections
Steel Wire Rope Slings
Current availability: LEEA Academy, Intensive Programme (Instructor Led Training – LEEA Huntingdon Training Centre, on-site at your
location in the UK and overseas) and blended learning
MCE – Mobile Crane Examination Advanced Programme

The course is structured to take place over a 7-day period and will provide theoretical and practical training in relation to the current
regulations, standards and the requirements of persons carrying out testing and examination of mobile cranes. Delegates will be required
to pass a practical assessment and a theoretical examination at the culmination of the training course.
Course Syllabus
Legislation Reasons for Thorough Assessment of Mobile Telescoping Cranes
Standards & COPs Basic Hydraulic Systems for Mobile Telescoping Cranes
Site Risk Assessment Thorough Assessment of Mobile Crane Chassis/Carrier
Reasons for Thorough Assessment Thorough Assessment of Mobile Telescoping Crane Superstructure
Types of Thorough Assessment and frequency Testing as part of the Thorough Assessment
Types of P.P.E. Rated Capacity Indicators (R.C.I.)
Inspection Equipment (for verification) Telescoping Booms
Types of Test Weights Fly Jibs & Luffing Jibs
Crane Types Limit Switches & Devices
Load Charts
Crane Signals
Wire Rope Assessment
Hook Blocks.
Reporting

Current availability: Instructor Led Training – On-site at your location in the UK and overseas (Contact LEEA for further details)
LEEA Huntingdon Training Centre Timetable (Jan – June 2020)
Price per
Course
Code Course Title Jan Feb Mar Apr May June delegate
Length
*(excluding VAT)
3rd – 5th
7th – 9th 4th – 6th 15th – 17th 12th – 14th
17th – 19th 9th – 11th
FOU LEEA Foundation Course 3 days 21st – 23rd 18th – 20th 28th – 30th 27th – 29th £435.00
31st – 2nd Apr

Lifting Equipment General


LEG 5 days 13th – 17th 10th – 14th 23rd – 27th 20th – 24th 18th – 22nd 22nd – 26th £765.00
Advanced Programme

Lifting Machines Manual Advanced


LMM 5 days 24th – 28th 20th – 24th 15th – 19th £765.00
Programme

Lifting Machines Power Advanced


LMP 5 days 2nd – 6th 1st – 5th £765.00
Programme

Runways and Crane Structures


RCS 5 days 20th – 24th 8th – 12th £765.00
Advanced Programme

Overhead Travelling Crane


OTC 5 days 9th – 13th £765.00
Advanced Programme

Offshore Container Advanced


OCE 5 days 15th – 19th £765.00
Programme
 The FOU (Foundation) course is held over three days: Day 1: 9am to 5.00pm, Day 2: 08.30am to 5.00pm and Day 3: 08.30am to
5.00pm.
 All other courses will commence at 9.00am and finish at 4.30pm (Monday to Thursday) and 9.00am to 3.00pm at the latest
(Friday) dependant on group progress.
 Whenever possible we will endeavour to provide training on the preferred dates selected on the booking form. However, places
will be allocated on a first come basis. Please therefore indicate any acceptable alternative dates.
 Where overnight accommodation is required, members will be responsible for their own arrangements. There is a range of
accommodation available within a short drive of the LEEA Training Centre and we will be pleased to provide contact details.
 Delegates are strongly advised to book accommodation that may be changed or refunded due to the unlikely event that LEEA
has to postpone or cancel a course for operational reasons. LEEA will not be responsible for lost deposits or cancellation
charges.
 Tea, coffee, water and soft drinks are available throughout the day; lunch is provided on all full training days.

Eligibility for the courses:

All delegates must be a minimum age of 18 when attending LEEA Training Courses.
Delegates with learning additional needs, e.g. Dyslexia, should inform our Training Administrator when making a course booking
and the Training Specialist at the start of the training course. All such information will be in held in strictest confidence.

The LEEA Foundation Course must be completed successfully prior to any Advanced Programmes.

The Advanced Programme training courses include a mixture of sessions in the classroom and workshop. Workshop sessions will
involve handling used equipment. Delegates should therefore be cleanly dressed and bring a suitable overall and safety footwear
for the practical sessions. Hand tools will be provided and it will be the responsibility of the delegate to ensure that all tools and
equipment are returned to their respective location at the end of the practical sessions.

Credit

Standard LEEA credit terms apply. All results, certificates and TEAM Cards (where applicable) will be sent to the company training
contact once payment in full has been received for the examination fees. Subject to annual subscription fees having been paid.

Cancellations

The following cancellation charges apply:


Cancellation within 7 working days of the commencement of the course = 50% of the course fee.
Cancellation within 2 working days of the commencement of the course = 100% of the course fee.

LEEA reserve the right to cancel courses if the number of delegates is insufficient for it to be viable to run a course. LEEA will not be
responsible for lost deposits or cancellation charges.

Substitutes

If a delegate becomes unavailable before the commencement of the course, a substitute may be nominated. Substitution once the
course has commenced is not accepted.

Additional course dates


The training timetable is based on anticipated demand and additional dates can be scheduled if required to suit our Member’s
needs. Please contact the LEEA office to discuss this option further.
How to find us
Huntingdon is in Cambridgeshire, approximately 60 miles due North of central London. It is easily accessible by major road and rail
networks and within a reasonable distance of London’s international airports.

Hinchingbrooke Business Park is located at Spittals Interchange where the A14 turns west before crossing the A1. A Marriott Hotel is
clearly visible on the South West corner of the junction.

By rail
The nearest station is at Huntingdon and is on the main line North from London’s Kings Cross terminus. Taxis are available at the
station.

By road
From all directions, take the A14 West from the interchange roundabout keeping to the left-hand lane and IMMEDIATELY on leaving
the roundabout, there is a slip road to the Marriott Hotel and Business Park. Follow the road past the Hotel, the security barrier and
round to the right past the food factory. Osprey Court and the LEEA Training Centre is on the left.
LIFTING EQUIPMENT ENGINEERS ASSOCIATION - TRAINING COURSES BOOKING FORM Jan – June 2019

PLEASE NOTE THAT LEEA MEMBERS MUST ONLY NOMINATE THEIR OWN EMPLOYEES FOR ANY LEEA TRAINING - IF LEEA DISCOVER
THAT NON-EMPLOYEES ARE IN ATTENDANCE, THEY WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO CONTINUE WITH THE TRAINING COURSE AND NO
CERTIFICATES WILL BE ISSUED

Student/Registration Number (if known):      

Trainee
Surname/Family Name:      
First Name(s):      
Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy):     /     /      
(Must be provided)
Company
Name (and branch if applicable):      
Address:      
Training Contact:      
Contact phone number:      
Contact email address:      
Purchase Order number (PO):      

Learning difficulties:
Does your delegate have additional learning needs, e.g. Dyslexia, if yes, please tick the box and provide
details when submitting the form, this information will be held in strictest confidence:

Check the box(s) for the course(s) you would like to attend
Place
Title Course Name
Required
FOU LEEA Foundation Course
LEG Lifting Equipment General Advanced Programme
LMM Lifting Machines Manual Advanced Programme
LMP Lifting Machines Power Advanced Programme
RCS Runways and Crane Structures Advanced Programme
OTC Overhead Travelling Cranes Advanced Programme
OCE Offshore Containers Examination Advanced Programme

Preferred start date (see Training table)     /     /      


Alternative start date     /     /      
Overseas Members
Payment must be made before the course(s) commence. It should be in Pounds Sterling net of all currency
charges. The preferred method is by means of a credit or debit card.

Credit/Debit card payment


Credit/Debit card payment
Please complete the details below.

CREDIT/DEBIT CARD SUMMARY PAYMENT FORM

This form must be completed and returned to LEEA for payment

Please complete all sections of the form

MasterCard Visa Credit Visa Electron

American Express Debit Card

Card number:       /       /       /      

Card Expiry (mm/yy):     /    

Security code (last 3 digits in signature box)     

For Maestro and Solo cards, the issue number or start date:      

Cardholder’s name (as on the card):      

Cardholder’s signature:

Please complete the above application then print, sign & scan the form before forwarding a copy to:
academysupport@leeaint.com.
Huntingdon Training Centre

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