Taylor Lifts, in conjuction with the National Lift Tower in Northampton provide a Lift Engineer
training course. There are four modules, each taking 4 hours of which 1-2 hours is
theory and 2-3 hours practical application. Extended practical time can be allocated for
each module, if required. The modules available are:
* NLT001 - Safety Charter
* NTL002- Wiring Diagrams
* NLT003 - Basics of Electrical Electronics Engineering
* NTL004 - Fault Finding with
Taught modules will simulate real situations, and as such all the correct procedures are
adhered to, including the correct PPE.
The theory element involves a presentation and interactive discussion with the candidates.
The practical sessions involve hands-on training utilising the various lift installations in the
Seminar rooms - level 1 and level 2
Training Lift 2 - level 7 through to level 10; 3 floors 1.6m/s VVVF geared traction with
Taylor Lifts SMS control system and Gefran drive
Engineers Lift - level 0 through to level 18; 19 floor 2.5m/s VVVF geared traction lift with
ILE control system and Fuji drive
Medium Speed Lift - level 11 through to level 16; 5 floor 4.0 m/s VVVF gearless traction
lift with Lester Controls control system and Magnetek drive
High Speed Lift - level 1 through to level 17: 11 floor 4.0 m/s VVVF gearless traction lift
with Lifteknic control system and CT drive
A test will be carried out at the end of each module to assess the engineers understanding
of the content.
All successful engineers on the course will receive a certificate of achievement for each
All engineers will also be enrolled as members of the National Lift Tower Association. This
will give them access to learning materials online at the NLT Association website. A forum
will also be made available for feedback and a useful environment for the engineers to
discuss issues or engineering challenges that they face every day.
Taylor Lifts Ltd is registered in England no. 06763074. Registered office 3 Main Street, Keyworth, Nottingham NG12 5AA. VAT registration no. 943293119