Training Courses

Course Aim:

Be able to operate the truck model used during training safely and correctly in accordance with the manufacturer’s handbook and accepted good practice. Clearly understand the causes of instability of trucks and loads Be able to carry out a routine pre-use inspection of the truck

Course Aim:

On completion of training the course members will: be able to operate the truck model used during training safely and correctly in accordance with the manufacturer's handbook and accepted good practice, clearly understand the causes of instability of trucks and loads, be able to carry out a routine pre-use inspection of the truck.

Course Aim:

On completion of training the course members will be able to operate the truck model used during training safely and correctly in accordance with the manufacturer's handbook and accepted good practice, clearly understand the causes of instability of trucks and loads and be able to carry out a routine pre-use inspection of the truck,

Category:

Fork Lift Truck

Course Aim:

On completion of training the course members will be able to operate the truck model used during training safely and correctly in accordance with the manufacturer’s handbook and accepted good practice, clearly understand the causes of instability of trucks and loads and able to carry out a routine pre-use inspection of the truck.

Course Aim:

On completion of training the course members will be able to Operate the Electric Pedestrian Operated Truck model used during the training course, safely and correctly in accordance with the Manufacturers Operator Procedures Manual and accepted good operating practices. Show their understanding, by clearly stating the causes of instability of trucks and loads and Carry out correctly the routine pre-use inspection of the truck in accordance with the Manufacturers Operator Procedures Manual.

Course Aim:

On completion of training the course members will be able to operate the truck model used during training safely and correctly in accordance with the manufacturer's handbook and accepted good practice, • clearly understand the causes of instability of trucks and loads, • be able to carry out a routine pre-use inspection of the truck

Category:

Fork Lift Truck

Course Aim:

Reach trucks were introduced to reduce aisle widths and therefore allow companies to increase the number of aisles and racking spaces available to them. Reach trucks are commonplace in UK industry today.

Course Aim:

On completion of training the course members will be able to Operate the Electric Rider Operated Pallet Truck model used during the training course, safely and correctly in accordance with the Manufacturers Operator Procedures Manual and accepted good operating practices. Show their understanding, by clearly stating the causes of instability of trucks and loads. Carry out correctly the routine pre-use inspection of the truck in accordance with the Manufacturers Operator Procedures Manual.

Course Aim:

The rough terrain counterbalance lift truck is used where ground conditions require a more versatile truck, and telescopic is not required.

Course Aim:

Often referred to as a telehandler or teleporter, this type of fork lift truck has become much more popular in recent years as its design provides a more versatile alternative to the traditional masted counterbalance truck (standard and rough terrain).

Category:

Fork Lift Truck

Course Aim:

On completion of training the course members will be able to operate the truck model used during training safely and correctly in accordance with the manufacturer's handbook and accepted good practice, clearly understand the causes of instability of trucks and loads and be able to carry out a routine pre-use inspection of the truck.

Course Aim:

This course is designed to show operators the safe and efficient operation of a Skid steer mini loader. Trainees will learn the skills and techniques to operating a skid steer mini loader on site.

Category:

Fork Lift Truck

Course Aim:

We are pleased to announce that the Moffett course is now available to private individuals at our Kings Lynn, Norfolk training centre. Drivers who hold an LGV licence can expand their skills by acquiring a Vehicle Mounted Forklift Certificate, commonly known as a Moffett Mounty. This qualification enables drivers to carry a forklift attached to the rear of their truck which enables them to load and unload themselves. If you already hold a forklift certificate, a conversion course is 2 days to gain the additional knowledge and skills.

Course Aim:

On completion of training the course members will: • be able to operate the truck model used during training safely and correctly in accordance with the manufacturer's handbook and accepted good practice • clearly understand the causes of instability of trucks and loads • be able to carry out a routine pre-use inspection of the truck