Slinger Signaller Experienced Worker Assessment

To test and assess the competency of a slinger signaller-operator against a testing specification aligned to the national occupational standards. The delegate will undergo both a theory and practical test.






1 day

Valid for

3 Years


Supported by CITB grant

About this course

The NPORS – Slinger Signaller Experienced Worker Assessment course assesses the delegates on the following:

  • Current relevant legislation
  • Provision and use of work regulation
  • Understanding the roles of a slinger signaller
  • Pre-use inspections
  • All instruments and controls
  • Slinging angles and techniques
  • Load movement and effect to lifting equipment
  • Calculating safe working loads
  • Signals
  • Handling loads of various weights and dimensions

Who this course is for

This course is designed for experienced operatives to prove their competence in safely and efficiently operating a slinger signaller to the occupational standards as laid down by the awarding organization, NPORS.

It is important that all delegates have a good understanding of spoken and written English.


Successful delegates will qualify for an NPORS photo ID card and certificate of competence valid for 3 years.


This course is delivered using a mixture of both classroom-based tutorials and practical machine operating, testing and a final course assessment paper.

Additional Information

Delegates should be physically fit and inform the trainer if they are taking any medication that may affect their ability to operate machinery.

Delegates will need to provide a passport photograph on the day of training and wear appropriate PPE.

This course can be delivered on-site or at a location suitable to you.

NPORS registration, certification & card fees will be charged in addition to the normal course fees, please call for details.

Check price and availability

  • A member of our training team will contact you with course details, locations and prices.

Entry Requirements

It is important that all delegates have a good understanding of spoken and written English and have the operating experience as described in the ‘Introduction’ of this course overview. Candidates must have passed the CSCS H&S touch screen test within two years of taking the CPCS technical test.