Is a classroom based training held during one day and is needed to move on to the G11 module 2.3. The program gives you an insight into the laws, rules and regulations that has to be followed within the industry. What responsibilities, you that work in the industry have, but also the responsibility the industry has towards you.
Module 2.3 (G11)
Is a classroom-based training of 2 days. The program gives you knowledge about lifting equipment and its components. You also get knowledge about the safe use and inspection of the lifting equipment.
Module 1.1 and Module 2.3 provides basic knowledge if you would like to continue towards crane and lifting. The training is in the certified training-category and follows the rules as stipulated by the Forskrift om bruk av arbeidsutstyr. It also requires that we as a company are certified to be allowed to train in this field.
We offer a package deal for those who want to participate on this course. You must have modules 1.1 and 2.3 to get the G11 certificate. Therefore, we offer these in a 3-day training. If you want to proceed with rigger training after those 3 days, it is possible. You have the right skills required.
G20 – Fixed hydraulic crane
Is a 2 days classroom-based training. The last day contains practical moments with hydraulic crane. The training gives you good knowledge concerning function and maintenance of a crane. It is required that you have G11 certificate ie. Modules 1.1 and 2.3, before you are allowed to train for the G20 course.
Our previous 9 day course of riggerutbildning/riggertraining is now changed. We now offer a breakdown of the 4 days of theory and 5 days of practice. The theory part you get through an e-learning system from us. For the practical part you come to us and practice as we did earlier. The modules are; O-1.1, O-2.2 and O-3.2
E-learning is an internet based teaching system which allows you to study with your computer at home. Here you will find the 4 days of theory included in Rigger course. Learn more about e-learning here
The practical training
When you come to us for the five days practical training of the rigger course, you will begin with a written test. This is to ensure that you have enough knowledge. 80% of the answers must be correct on the test in order to be approved and have the opportunity to continue with the practical part of the course. The Rigger practice course is a 5 day training and continuation of the theory you have previously learned through the G11, or e-learning. Here we will inform a bit more about the use of lifting tables (how to use them correctly,) how to write a CV towards this industry ect.
During documented training you have the opportunity to make your theory via e-learning. i.e. study at your own pace at home. Documented training is no direct difference in the theory-part. However, it is important to choose the right, depending on which direction you want to proceed. If you have plans to work as a mechanic or similar with service- and maintenance- work, documented training will suit you very well.
We offer a package deal with a lower price to you if you choose to book both theory and practice. You must then book both courses within 6 months to receive the package deal. Keep in mind that the theory must be completed and approved before you are allowed to start your practice.
Fall protection (8h)
Is a classroom-based training during 1 day (8 hours). The program gives you a good understanding of the safe use of fall protection equipment. You get good insight into how the equipment is built and how to safely use the equipment, to avoid injuries and accidents. The Fall protection module is a requirement for people working in the industry if you are to work at a height of 2 meters and above.
Flange work / Bolt tightening
Standrad NS EN 1591-4
Is a 4 day classroom based training with both theory and practice.
The main objective of the training is to give you a basic knowledge about the preparation, planning, executing and documentation of flange mounting with bolt tightening. The Flange-course is good for those who want to work or are working as mechanics, plumbers, process engineers, riggers or similar.
Update / Re – Certification
Every 5 years, you need to update your knowledge in this area in order to retain your certificate. The update allows you to do with us during one day. Remember that you need to have a valid certification to be able to do the re-certification, that means that your date on the certificate has not expired.