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Seminars and Courses
The Chamber of Engineers has been organising courses for the engineering community since 1997. Great care is taken to ensure that courses are of a high standard, and that the tutor delivering a course is qualified in the field. A number of these courses are very much in demand and are run on a regular basis.

The Chamber also offers a service of organising customised courses upon request, including courses which do not appear on the list. The Chamber will prepare a draft contents list for approval and will source appropriately qualified tutors. The Chamber is also conducting a series of courses aimed at Continuous Professional Development, (CPD) of its members.


Upcoming Courses

Upcoming courses scheduled for January 2018


Seminar Raising the Bar in Fire and Safety – Wednesday 21st February

 

Principles of Safe Mobile and/or Tower Crane operation course

This course is designed for every person involved in operating a CRANE, this course gives the opportunity to obtain adequate information of the principles of Safe Crane Operation together with their OHS obligations and responsibilities.

Course duration:  15 hours

Dates:  2018 January 11th, 12th, 18th, 19th 25th 2018

 

Principles of Safe Cherry Picker operation course

This course is designed to ensure that the delegate is fully prepared and have adequate training for Cherry Picker to ensure their own safety and that of those around them.  Successful delegates will gain an understanding of the current relevant legislation.

Course duration:  12 hours 3 hours per session

Dates:  2018 January 10th, 17th, 19th ,24th

Principles of Safe Forklift operation course

The main objective of this course is for the Forklift operator to obtain adequate safety training covering the principles of Safe Forklift operation together with their OHS obligations and responsibilities.  After completion of this programme, the successful learner will have a detailed understanding of vehicle maintenance operations and the roles and responsibilities of reach truck and/or counter balance forklift. This includes various methods on how to operate the Forklift in an economic manner.

Course duration:  15 hours – 3 hours per session

Dates: 2018 January 22nd, 23rd, 29th, 30th 2nd February

Principles of Safe Slinging / Banksman operation course

This course is designed to ensure that the delegate is fully prepared and have adequate training for Cherry Picker to ensure their own safety and that of those around them.  Successful delegates will gain an understanding of the current relevant legislation.

Course duration:  12 hours

Dates:  2018 January 15th, 16th, 22nd, 23rd

Principles of Safe use of Tail Lifts

It is important to consider some sort of mechanical lifting aid if heavy items are regularly loaded and unloaded from a light commercial vehicle. Operated incorrectly can cause operators problems from damaged merchandise to potential injuries.

By attending this course, you will be aware of the Minimum Safety and Heath requirements in accordance to the Legal Notice 293 of 2016.

Course duration: 3 hour session

Course:  Date : 31st January

Refresher Course for Forklift Course

This course is designed to all candidates who obtained their initial training approximately 3 years ago

Course duration:  6 hours -   3 hours per session

Dates:  TBA


Course dates are subject to confirmation.

The Chamber of Engineers is delivering courses aimed at the Engineering Community, including customer specific training.

Visit: www.coe.org.mt for upcoming courses schedule.
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Last Updated on Thursday, 21 December 2017 16:39