Become an Instructor or Assessor

If you are passionate about standards within the industry you love, becoming a Lantra Awards instructor or assessor is highly rewarding.

Working alongside our approved training providers, you can use your skills and expertise to inspire a new generation of learners.

As a Lantra Awards instructor or assessor you will:

  • Have access to our extensive network of over 450 training providers
  • Deliver training that reflects current safe working procedures, legislation and codes of practice
  • Deliver training that is quality controlled and assured
  • Gain support from land-based and environmental industry specialists
  • Be kept up-to-date with legislation and industry changes
  • Work with a recognised brand that learners know and trust
  • Work the hours that you want, doing a job you love
  • Have access to high quality training materials and workbooks
  • Have the opportunity to attend update events providing the latest technical and good practice information
  • Be recognised for delivering quality products that learners and employers want

 

How do I become an instructor?

Please refer to the list below of the industry skill groups available for you to apply to Lantra. 

Please provide Lantra with a few details so that specific application information may be sent to you, such as your name, contact details and geographic location along with your primary areas of interest that you are wishing to develop an Instructor role or Assessor.  We advise no more than around 3 or 4 key areas to begin with to develop as manageable activity.  

 

Skills Groups

Aerial Tree Activities

Boundary Fencing

Brushcutters/Trimmers/Clearing Saws

Livestock Skills

Chainsaws from a MEWP

Firearms

Dealing with Windblown Trees

Insect Control

Firewood Processors

Rabbit and Mole Control

Ground Based Chainsaws

Rodent Control

Hedgetrimmers

Pesticides

Powered Pole Pruners

4x4 Driving Skills

Stumpgrinders

Operating All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs)

Thorough Examination of Arboricultural Lifting Equipment

Operate and Maintain Tractors and Attachments

Tree Inspection

Operation and Maintenance of Mowers

Woodchippers

Trailer Handling and Towing

Woodland and Forest Management

Cranes and Lifting Operations

First Aid

Dump Trucks and Forward Tipping Dumpers

Health and Safety

Excavators and Loading Shovels

Manual Handling Skills

Lift Trucks and Telescopic Material Handlers

Business Skills

Mobile Elevated Work Platforms (MEWPS)

Integrated Pollution Prevention Control (IPPC)

Ride on Rollers

Sustainable Farming

Safe Use of Abrasive Wheels

Land Management and Conservation

Safe Winching

Dry Stone Walling

Traffic Management for Community Events (TMCE)

 

Email our team to start your journey with Lantra!