LTA accreditation scheme for technicians & parts personnel in the land-based engineering industry undergoes 10 year review


The Landbased Training Accreditation Scheme, formerly Landbased Technician Accreditation Scheme, offers a career progression path to aid the recruitment, retention and training of staff who choose a career in the landbased engineering industry.

From the 1 March 2018 a number of changes to the scheme will simplify its processes, lessen the financial burden on subscribers and enhance the value of being part of the LTA Scheme. A new scheme administrator has also been appointed with effect from March 1 along with a new logo and a new focus on both raising the awareness of the LTA scheme and adding value for those engaging within the scheme.

LE-TEC Ltd extend its thanks to the outgoing administrators, IAgrE, for their commitment over the past 10 years and at the same time welcome the newly appointed administration body BAGMA who will undertake the administration of LTA from March 1.

In line with the new General Data Protection Regulations, GDPR, LTA will be instigating a new on line registration document and contacting those in the scheme with information regarding GDPR as required.

Access to LTA registration from March 1 can now be found on the industry website www.landbasedengineering.com where the LTA registration application process has been updated and simplified.

LE-TEC are in the process of reviewing all aspects of the LTA scheme in conjunction with industry and will release information to scheme participants when available.

Contact details:

LTA Administrator – 0121 227 6696
LTA Administrator – admin@letec.co.uk
LTA General enquiries – info@letec.co.uk
LTA Scheme coordinator – 01684 773268
Press Contact, Keith Christian – admin@letec.co.uk or 0121 227 6696

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