Studying for an Eastwood Park degree: Alison's experience
We deliver training on the maintenance and management of lifts for Competent Persons, Authorised Persons and duty holders, as well as lift maintenance and safety, managing contractors and the safe release of trapped passengers.
Our training includes hydraulic and electrical traction lifts (including machine room-less lifts) in our 3-storey lift maintenance tower, enabling fault-finding exercises to take place in a realistic but safe environment.
Courses cater for the needs of both healthcare organisations and the commercial sector, covering HTM 08-02, LOLER, SAFed and BS7255, amongst other relevant standards and guidance.
Not just here as a one off...
We'll support you throughout your career with the necessary refresher training to keep your skills and knowledge current, regardless of who you have trained with previously.
Stephen has over 30 years’ experience in the lift industry, having progressed from his early years as a lift engineer through a number of senior roles during a varied career leading a number of large organisations.
With a Master of Science degree and extensive experience with major government and commercial clients Stephen brings a wealth of lift sector knowledge on equipment, maintenance, project management, surveying, inspections, fault-finding and risk assessments.
Following a career spanning 39 years in training, design, assessment and management for building engineering services, Andrew now specialises in lift training.
He delivers Eastwood Park’s lift portfolio, in one of the very few dedicated lift training facilities in the country.
Lifts and Medical Gases
Ken Gorman has 33 years hospital experience within the NHS and in hospitals abroad, including the Middle East and Africa.
He has an MSc in Engineering Management as well as a NEBOSH diploma, and is a member of IHEEM.
His estates and facilities experience has given him an insight into the requirements and challenges of hospital engineering.