DEVELOPING PEOPLE.
DELIVERING RESULTS

With over 80 years experience, MGA Training believe that safety & training are paramount to the assurance of individuals and the safe operation of equipment.

We achieved our success because of how successfully we integrate with our clients.

OUR PASS RATE IS  
95%

Course Prices

  • Lift Supervisor Course
    Course cost: £820 +VAT
  • Appointed Person Course
    Course cost: £820 +VAT
  • Mobile Crane Course
    Course cost: £2500 +VAT
  • Mini Crane Course
    Course cost: £1020 +VAT
  • Slinger Signaller Course
    Course cost: £820 +VAT

Our Courses

Reviews

Teaching and Training spot on. Well recommended
James Griffin
I’ve done my Supervisor course and A66 Mini Crane Practical test with MGA Training. I have also done my CPCS health and safety touch screen tests here. I’ve had some fantastic training over the years and it has such a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Would definitely recommend.
Steve Pellowe
I have passed my Slinger Signaller, Supervisor, Appointed Person and Mini Crane at MGA. I've known Steve for what feels like forever and he's always around for help and advise. Each course is relaxed and there's biscuits on tap.... which is a great help I would completely recommend MGA!!!
Rob Owen
Quality training highly recommend
Ben Harrington
Top people and excellent training five stars.
Warren Dennis
Definitely a place to carry out your training etc. Couldn’t fault it. Definitely recommend it. Thanks Jason Fitzgerald.
Jason Fitzgerald
Everything... excellent trainers/assessors.
Good staff very helpful and get you to where you want to be in a short space of time highly recommend
Aaron Wilson
I would highly reccomend mga training as they go through a-z of the course in full detail and explain everything clearly. Would deffo use them again
Shez Hussain
Great place to train for a future in the lifting industry!
Steve T
CITB Approved Training Centre

More than 150,000 individuals carry the card and it is required to be able to operate most catagories of plant on MCG (Major Contractors Group) and NCF (National Contractors Federation) sites. Put simply it is the main standard for plant operators.

Code of Practise

The roles and responsibilities of all personnel involved in the planning, supervision and execution of lifting operations are defined in the code of practice BS7121 – Safe Use of Cranes. BS7121 helps employers comply with the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER) when they are using mobile cranes.

Enhanced Learning Credits (ELCAS)

Here at MGA Training we are delighted to be a specialist provider of ‘training for safer lifting operations’ approved by ELCAS & CTP and we would be happy to help you with your Resettlement Training and access to Interview Opportunities within the lifting and crane hire industry.

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