The Stair Climbing Company provides the necessary skills and expertise to ensure the proper, comfortable and safe use of your battery powered Stair Climber. Our training incorporates demonstrations, workbooks, materials and official certification to ensure you can manoeuvre safely within your own environment. Training should last no more than an hour for up to three users or two hours for up to six users with each trainee learning to use the Stair Climber in a safe and confident manner and finishing with a copy of the supplier’s user manual.
The Stair Climbing Company also offer CPD training for groups of health professionals such as Occupational Therapists on all of our mobility Stair Climbers, so please contact us for further information or a free CPD session today.
Complimentary Training as Part of Delivery Service
Basic training for one user is provided as part of The Stair Climbing Company's service for free. You can also take advantage of this complimentary training with the ‘Try Before You Buy’ package on the day of your delivery.
The Stair Climbing Company can also offer bespoke company training packages that are designed specifically relating to your industry or organisation.
Inclusive with each training session are all materials, workbooks and official certification.
- Train-the-trainer: £750
- Group training for up to 3 delegates: £295
- Group Training for up to 6 delegates: £500
- Group Training up to 12 participants: £700
- Bespoke Training packages: £1,200
If you would like to know more about the different training packages available please get in touch.
Annual Service and LOLER Test
We provide annual servicing and LOLER testing for mobility stair climbers. You are required by law to service and LOLER test your stair climber annually. We can visit you on-site and carry out the servicing and testing for £295 plus delivery and VAT.
What is LOLER?
LOLER stands for the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations that were passed in 1998. The regulation places duties of care on people and companies who own, operate or have control over lifting equipment and machines.
What are the basics of the LOLER Regulations?
- All lifting operations involving lifting equipment must be properly planned by a competent person, appropriately supervised and carried out in a safe manner.
- LOLER also requires that all equipment used for lifting be fit for purpose, appropriate for the task, suitably marked and, in many cases, subject to statutory periodic “Thorough examination”.
- Records must be kept of all thorough examinations and any defects found must be reported to both the person responsible for the equipment and the relevant enforcing authority.
- Lifting equipment must be thoroughly examined before the first use.
- LOLER testing must be carried out every 12 months.
- In most cases, lifting equipment is also work equipment, so the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER) will also apply, including inspection and maintenance.
The Stair Climbing Company delivers training and all Stair Climbers come with a 2 year warranty. What's more, we strive to deliver a first-class free Stair Climber demonstration service and training from standard packages to bespoke training packages.
Should you require additional help, we also provide a free online chat service, as well as telephone support, both in and out of office hours. We also offer the option to purchase refresher training and purchase five year packages which include annual service and LOLER testing.
We have purchased, on long term hire, a stair climber from The Stair Climbing Company for use in one of our care homes. The SCC team were able to assess which stair climber would be the most beneficial for the needs of our care home residents. Furthermore, their support team visited us to ensure that our staff were fully trained and comfortable using the stair climber. I would happily recommend The Stair Climbing Company again, if and when the need arises in any of our care homes.