Kat Moss, chairman of the LEEA board, explains the challenges behind delivering the Level 3 Lifting Equipment Technician apprenticeship standard in England from her view as chairman of the trailblazer group, and why the Association will be looking at ways to make it easier to access. I have been working on developing the Apprenticeship Standard […]
Ross Moloney, CEO of the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA), looks at the ways apprenticeships offer value to the Lifting industry and to the apprentices themselves. Supply chains emerging from the constraints of the pandemic and its lockdowns are struggling to meet rapid escalations in demand, particularly in terms of having sufficient labour. While the […]
One of the biggest challenges in our sector remains bringing in new blood – how do we successfully attract, recruit, and retain the skilled people who will be the future of our industry? Dan Jenkins reports on how the LEEA is rising to this challenge. ACROSS the world, almost all directors and managers of lifting […]
The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) has been appointed as an End Point Assessor Organisation for the Level 3 standard Lifting Equipment Technician apprenticeship, which is now close to being ready for delivery. Apprentices are assessed at the end of an apprenticeship in an End Point Assessment (EPA), which is essentially a set of theoretical […]
12/10/2020 - 21:20 pm
LHI September 2023
In this month's issue
Take care of mental health.
Kalmar’s Green Chair online.
Cable management for forklifts
Asian MEWP market.
The Insider, Steve Napieralski.