The lift sector in Spain is booming but also in full swing transformation, elevators have had to adapt due to the pandemic caused by covid-19 and there has been a technological evolution.
Currently, the search for the reduction of environmental impact and lines of research that favor the digitization these are the main development pathways on which elevator component manufacturers are focusing their efforts.
The elevator sector in Spain is made up of more than 400 companies, among which there are: manufacturers, installers and maintainers, some cover the three areas and many others are specialized in elevator installations and maintenance. Among all they employ more than 20,000 people, the highest percentage of them are technicians installers Y maintainers of elevators.
For this reason, FEMPA is committed to training in elevators with the course on Installation and maintenance of lifts and other fixed lifting and transport equipmentand what begins the next july 5.
A official training that qualifies you in the field of the manufacturing of lifting and handling machinery, the repair e installation machinery and equipment and repair and maintenance of other transport material.
What will you learn with this course?
This course enables you to obtain the Professional Elevator Conservator Card, What is it essential to be able to work in the sector.
With this training you will learn how to carry out installation operations, commissioning elevator service and maintenance and other fixed systems for lifting and transporting people and loads in buildings and industries, in accordance with the installation processes and established assembly plans, with the required quality, complying with current regulations and regulations and in conditions of personal and environmental safety.
The course includes a internship period in company, of 80 hours, of which the exemption may be requested if experience of 3 months in the last 5 years in the elevator sector is accredited.
“Our sector is solid, it is in constant technical evolution and, in these moments in clear technological growth Since the digitization and new technologies are being implemented by all our companies and, in addition, we are, in the coming months and years, at a time of clear economic growth so that specialized technicians are needed and with the desire to start a professional career in the elevator sector ”, highlights Francisco González, CEO of FEEDA, the Spanish Business Federation of Lifts.
“We are sure that this official training, which FEMPA is going to carry out in Alicante, is a very good opportunity for those who want to join the elevator sector, which is characterized by generating stable employment and guaranteed continuous training”, Francisco emphasizes Gonzalez.
Do you need any requirements?
In order to take this course you have to accredit the following academic requirement, be available for the minimum academic qualification: ESO, FP1 or 2º de BUP.
If you do not have at least one of the previous qualifications, you can take the course if you have any of the following accreditations:
?? Have passed the Entrance Exam for a Medium Degree FP cycle.
?? Have passed the University Access Test for people over 25 and / or 45 years old
?? Have any Level 2 Certificate of Professionalism.
?? Have passed the Level 2 Proficiency Tests.
For other cases, consult with FEMPA.
Who can sign up?
This course is aimed at active workers in the metal sector, self-employed and workers in ERTE situation of any sector or people in a situation of unemployment registered in LABORA since it is a free training financed by the State Public Employment Service.
Hours and duration:
Duration: 560 hours
Schedule: Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday-Friday from 4:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Date: from 07/05/2021 to 11/22/2021. From August 7 to 22 not the school
Place of delivery: FEMPA, calle Benijófar 4, Alicante
You can now sign up here.
Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.