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  • First Aid Level 2

    While First Aid Level 1 is a useful skill to have it is just the foundation. Using the core skills from level 1 training can continue in levels 2 & 3. For those who work in or are around areas where there is a high likeliness of accidents it is encouraged for level 2 training to be done. In many industries it is compulsory for certain individuals to continue their first aid training to level 2. When this training is completed a certificate is awarded to show that the training has been completed. The training for level 2 is more intense than level 1 and is usually done over the course of a few days. During this training, the following situations are covered. - A review of level 1. - A detailed overview of spinal injuries and how to properly immobilize an individual who has experienced trauma that may have injured the spine. - How to assess and treat a variety of chest injuries including rib fractures and life-threatening injuries such as a gunshot or stabbing wound. - Another injury covered by level 2 training is eye injuries which discusses the types of injuries and basic treatment. - Pelvic and abdominal injuries that can range from minor trauma that requires interventional surgery to sever life-threatening trauma that requires internal bleeding to be slowed. - The different types of injuries that can occur in various environments. Including spots and lifestyle activities such as camping where there is possible exposure to hazardous temperature changes. - Being in a country with a variety of animals that are considered dangerous; such as scorpions, snakes, blue bottles and bees, level 2 training provides training on how to correctly treat a bite/sting to slow down the effects until professional help arrives. - Poisoning is a risk in environment where working with hazardous chemicals, during training the correct methods of handling poisoning are covered. - Other medical emergencies are also covered. These include epileptic seizures and other conditions that can cause convulsions. For these types of emergencies, the basic lifesaving procedures are taught. It is recommended that level 2 training be done within 3 years of completion of level 1 training to ensure you are up to date on training and stay qualified to help in any emergency situation that may arise.

  • First Aid Level 1

    First aid is an important skill that most people should have. It is an unfortunate reality that accidents will always occur. For anyone who experiences an accident, whether they are involved or merely a bystander, it is an unpleasant experience. As a bystander it can be even more unpleasant if you are unable to do anything can create a feeling of helplessness. Having even a basic understanding of First Aid can change the situation. With a basic practical understanding of first aid a bystander can help an injured individual until emergency personal can get there. Many people underestimate the importance of first aid experience. The major benefits cannot be overestimated as they can give the person who needs help valuable time until the professionals can get there. In some cases, a person may ingest a substance that is potentially hazardous or is experiencing a serious issue, such as a heart attack. In these situations, having knowledge of first aid can let a bystander turn into a support person. When an accident occurs, or health issue arises there will always be bystanders wanting to help. However, majority of people do not know the correct actions that need to happen to help the individual who is in trouble. With first aid experience you can ensure that the correct actions are taken. First Aid is split into three different levels, with each level creating more in-depth knowledge of various emergency situations. The first level sets the groundwork for critical skills and knowledge on how to handle different emergencies. Certain industries require their employees to complete the different levels of first aid, although it is dependent on the industry as to what level should be completed. There are a variety of places to do training, however, there is always a combination of written and practical exercises that need to be completed. The first level of first aid training aims to cover the basic knowledge required in emergency situations. While different courses will differ slightly the overall curriculum will be the same. The overview of level one is as follows: - An introduction and basic principles aimed at providing the base knowledge on why first aid is important and how to protect yourself physically and legally. - An understanding of the different anatomy that makes up the human body along with the terminology. - How to assess the individual requiring attention and the surroundings. - How to perform resuscitation on adults and children. Also, how to treat an individual who is struggling to breathe due to having their air ways blocked. - A basic knowledge of wounds and bleeding with the correct way to prevent blood loss in a safe manner. - Assessment and treatment of different types of burns. - How to identify and stabalise fractures and sprains. - The basic procedures and steps to take when a head or spinal injury has occurred, and the shock that results from this. All of these topics will be covered in a course and assessed before you can go out feeling prepared to help in various emergency situations. This level only covers the basic knowledge and if you want to further your abilities and knowledge it is required that you also do the level 2 & 3 courses.

  • Agricultural Machine Training

    The agricultural industry is the "proverbial bread / food basket" of South Africa and forms the backbone of our country's existence. Agricultural machines therefore plays a pivotal role in the harvesting of almost all our crops, and the machine operator, operating these sometimes highly technical machines, is therefore at the forefront of making food produce in our country possible, not just for local consumption but also aiding in the exports of countless fresh produce products abroad. Go back to the HomePage: https://www.liftingandearthmovingmachinetraining.co.za #MiningMachinesandMiningMethodsTraining, #LiftingAndEarthmovingMachineTrainingSouthAfrica, #Mining, #MQA, #Forestry, #FP&M, #Construction, #CETA, #Transport, #TETA, #Earthmoving, #Training, #SouthAfrica #Lifting #Logging #Agricultural #Agri

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  • MQA, TETA, CETA, FP&M Machine Operator Training

    EMPOWERING GROWTH THROUGH REAL TRAINING OUR AIM IS TO 01 / TRAIN FAST 02 / SECURE VICTORY 03 / DELIVER To train fast means, get the incumbents out of the learning hall and onto the machines he or she is supposed to operate. Our company's philosophy is to achieve victory with every training course we present, and to ensure ALL the incumbents succeed in their assessment and become Certified Lifting, Earthmoving, Mining and Forestry Machine Operators / Drivers and OHS Representatives in First Aid, Basic Fire Fighting, SHE Representatives, conveyers of dangerous goods, and much more. We always achieve victory because we never give up on any of our learners. Our Novus's go's on to become the Best! With our 100% Money back Guarantee, companies can rest assured that we walk the extra mile to get their employees / staff trained and that they succeed. We give you our clients the reassurance that we will do whatever it takes to get your employees trained. Not everybody is per say trainable in certain fields, but we guarantee that we will at no extra cost to yourself, train and train again to ensure we have explored ALL avenues to get your employee succeed in his or her course and get them qualified and accredited. REQUEST A CALLBACK Click Me Training we offer CLICK HERE IMPORTANT NOTICE Registered Assessors and Moderators with ETDP-SETA, MQA, TETA, CETA and FP&M SETA’s, please register your information by clicking the tab below, and START training or moderating for our company TODAY! Assessors Click HERE Assessor and also Moderator MEET OUR COMPANY OUR STORY Our Vision in the fulfilment of our Mission is to be Your One-Stop all-inclusive Training Academy specialising in all types of Lifting and Earthmoving Equipment / Machines, SHE Representative Training, Convey Dangerous Goods by Road Hazchem, Basic Fire Fighting and First Aid Level 1 Training! OUR VISION We like to do things quicker and better, hence our "No Fuss No Thrill" mentality when it comes to training your staff. We are a small, yet dedicated team of Assessors and Moderators and train throughout the entire country. Simply put, our story is: WE ARE THE BEST OF THE BEST! OUR PRODUCTS Articulated Dump Truck, Backhoe Loader, Basic Fire Fighting, Basic Life Support and First Aid Procedures, Cherry Picker, Control Overhead Crane, Convey Dangerous Goods by Road Hazchem, Counterbalance Lift Trucks or Forklifts, Excavator. Explain and perform fall arrest techniques when working at heights, Front End Loader, Grader, Hydraulic Scissor Jack, Maintaining Occupational Health Safety and General Housekeeping, Operate a Counterbalance Lift Truck, Operate a Defined Purpose Lift truck, Operate a Mobile Crane. Operate a Side Loader Lift truck, Operate a Cab and Pendant Control Overhead Crane C30 and C31, Operate Mobile Elevating Work Platform (MEWP), Operate a Pendant Control Overhead Crane, Operate a Power Pallet Lift Truck, Truck Mounted Crane, Order Picker, Pedestrian Controlled Stacker, Power Pallet, Reach Truck. Rigging & Slinging, Roller, Rough Terrain Equipment Moffett F11 and Agrimac, Select Use and Care for Power Tools, Side Loader Lift Truck Combilift F10, Skidsteer, Telescopic Boom Handler, Tipper Truck, Tractor, Truck Mounted Cranes, Turret Truck, Water Cart ​ F or a FULL list of al the training we do, please CLICK ON THIS LINK Riaan De Witt Owner Operator / Director (South African) Gauteng 082 517 8694 012 - 004 004 0 riaan@laemtsa.co.za Mid Management & Administration Louise De Witt Finance & HR Manager (South African) Bethlehem (East Freestate) 058 - 004 0006 louise@laemtsa.co.za Herman Scholtz Training & Compliance Manager & Company Assessor for MQA (South African) Brits (North West) 012 - 004 004 0 herman@laemtsa.co.za Norma Chavingira Training & Compliance Manager & Company Assessor for TETA (Zimbabwean) Germiston (Gauteng) 012 - 004 004 0 norma@laemtsa.co.za Farayi Chavingira (Thabang) Company Assessor for TETA (Zimbabwean) Germiston (Gauteng) 012 - 004 004 0 info@laemtsa.co.za Chris De Witt Training & Compliance Manager & Company Assessor for MQA (South African) Kakamas (Northern Cape) 058 - 004 0006 chris@laemtsa.co.za Mehluli Nkiwane (Raymond) Company Assessor for TETA (Zimbabwean) Benoni (Gauteng) 012 - 004 004 0 info@laemtsa.co.za Millicent Nkadimeng SETA Data Capturing Administrator (South African) Mamelodi East (Gauteng) 012 - 004 004 0 millicent@laemtsa.co.za OUR HAPPY CLIENTS See More Happy Clients GET IN TOUCH riaan@laemtsa.co.za Telephones: 012 - 004 0040 021 - 300 3894 013 - 004 0586 015 - 004 0805 058 - 004 0006 Fax: 086 520 9539 Somerset West, Cape Town, 7130 Waltloo, Pretoria, 0127 Postal Address: PO Box 3860, Cape Town, 8000 We are awaiting full Accreditation on our "Company Accreditation Applications" with the following SETA's, which means, we are not yet Accredited with any of the following SETA'S, but are providing training through our "Memorandum of Understanding" MOU, with various Accredited Training Services Provider: MQA, TETA, CETA, AGRI, FP&M Company Introduction ​ Lifting and Earthmoving Machine Training South Africa (Pty) Ltd was established in 2019 as a comprehensive Machine Operator Training Services Provider. The companies main objective is to provide training to operators of various machines for the Lifting / Transport, Mining, Agricultural, Construction and Earthmoving and the Forestry Industries. ​ With over 150 Unit Standards on offer, we regard ourselves as an authority on machine training, and pride ourselves in the knowledge that we are one of only a very few companies accredited with the Big 5 Sector Education Training Authorities in the country, namely: MQA, TETA, CETA, AGRI and FP&M. ​ Training is in our blood, and every registered Assessor and Moderator is hand-picked for their respective skills. We are a proud company, a dedicated company with old fashion values of going the extra mile in everything we do. Our Assessors is well-spoken, punctual and committed to bringing you our client, only the best training service possible. We have a high rate of success training "Novices" (a person new to and inexperienced in a job or situation) on any of our Unit Standards on offer. ​ Explaining the Hierarchy of the Training / Education Industry in South Africa is a complex, yet easy to understand channel of responsibilities, all starting with the Department of Higher Education. Various Government and Non Governmental bodies makes up the Education Sector for our country, of which all training responsibilities resort under the 21 official Sector Education Training Authorities in our country, also known and referred to by it's abbreviation namely SETA. ​ Let's now briefly describe the 5 Major Machine Operator SETA'S as mentioned above for which Lifting and Earthmoving Machine Training South Africa is mostly geared for, but not limited to. Agriculture Sector Education Training Authority (AGRI SETA) - The AGRISETA is responsible for servicing the needs of the Agricultural Industry. Immediately when one thinks of the Agricultural Industry or Sector, AGRISA comes to mind, which stands for the South African Agricultural Industry Association, AGRI South Africa, and there website is to promote the growth, productivity, stability and sustainability of primary agriculture in South Africa through its involvement and input in and implementation of national and international policies. Their website is rich of relevant AGRI Information and a must visit for anybody related to the Agricultural Industry, and their website can be visited by following their website link on: https://www.agriseta.co.za/ Skills Development Training Advisors Lifting and Earthmoving Machines & Equipment - First Aid Level 1, 2 & 3 Basic Fire Fighting - SHE Rep - TETA - CETA - FP&M - AGRI - MQA Department Labour - Department Transport Click here for all our Company Accreditation Paperwork, for example our up to date BEE-Level 2 Certificate and Tax Clearance Pin Certificate LET US CALL YOU Please fill in your contact details below: Submit Thank You for submitting! Please leave us a Google Review, and thank YOU! ​ ​ ​ __________________________ ​ WE LIFT AND MOVE THE WORLD, LOAD FOR LOAD! __________________________ https://mix.com/riaandewitt?utm_source=copy&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=user_profile&utm_term=button https://liftingandearthmovingmachinetrainingsouthafrica.myportfolio.com/ Google Review PLEASE! Subscribe to our mailing list! First Name Last Name Email I want to subscribe to your mailing list. Submit Thanks for submitting! Training we offer CLICK HERE

  • Machine Operator Training | Mining | Lifting | Forestry | LAEMTSA South Africa

    Transport Education Training Authority (Training we do!) TETA Choose the Training you wished done by clicking on the "Unit Standard tabs below" WE LIFT AND MOVE THE WORLD, LOAD FOR LOAD Unit Standard 8016 Maintaining Occupational Health, Safety and General Housekeeping Unit Standard 14706 Basic Rigging and Slinging Unit Standard 116235 Operate a Pendant Control Overhead Crane Unit Standard 120496 First Aid Level 2 Provide Risk Based Primary Emergency Care / First Aid in The Workplace Unit Standard 242974 Operate a Counterbalance Lift Truck F1 – F4 (3,000kg to 15,000kg) Unit Standard 243272 Operate a Mobile Elevating Work Platform (MEWP) C53 Unit Standard 260781 Operate a Telescopical Boom Handler Unit Standard 10255 Select, Use and Care for Power Tools Unit Standard 115093 Hazardous Chemical Handling Unit Standard 116254 Operate a Mobile Crane Unit Standard 123259 Convey Dangerous Goods by Road Unit Standard 242978 Operate Truck-Mounted Cranes Unit Standard 259622 Occupational Health and Safety Representative Unit Standard 260797 Operate a Side Loader Lift Truck Unit Standard 12484 Basic Fire Fighting Unit Standard 116231 Operate a Cab Control Overhead Crane Unit Standard 119567 First Aid Level 1 - Perform Basic Life Support and First Aid Procedures Unit Standard 242972 Operate Advanced Defined Purpose Lift Trucks - Codes F5; F8; F9; F13 - F16 Unit Standard 242981 Operate a Power Pallet Lift Truck F12 Unit Standard 260762 Operate Rough Terrain / Earthmoving / Agricultural Equipment F11 Unit Standard 376480 First Aid Level 3 - Provide First Aid in an Advanced First Responder

  • Machine Operator Training | Mining | Lifting | Forestry | LAEMTSA South Africa

    LIFTING - TETA FORESTRY - FP&M MINING - MQA CONSTRUCTION - CETA AGRICULTURAL - AGRI

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