Training Courses

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Plant Machinery

Course Aim:

Excavator training can take place at our Kings Lynn training centre, on your site using your equipment. We can offer courses for above and below 10 tonnes

Course Aim:

On completion of training the course members will: Be able to safely and clearly guide drivers of commercial goods vehicles into designated parking areas, Be able to evaluate risks in the local environment and recognise evolving and existing hazards, Be able to discuss the role of the banksman and their responsibilities.

Course Aim:

This course is designed to show operators the safe and efficient operation of a forward tipping dumper truck. Trainees will learn the skills and techniques to operating a dumper truck on site.

Course Aim:

This course is designed to show operators the safe and efficient operation of a Wheeled loading shovel. Trainees will learn the skills and techniques to operating a wheeled loading shovel on site.

Category:

Plant Machinery

Course Aim:

Our hydraulic lorry loader course which is commonly referred to as a HIAB will teach trainees how to use lorry loaders in a safe and efficient manner. The lorry loader course is accredited by the RTITB or AITT and the course duration will depend upon the number of trainees attending and their experience levels. Our courses are available on site anywhere in the UK.

Category:

Plant Machinery

Course Aim:

This training is essential for operatives using any form of overhead gantry lifting equipment. The course aims to provide delegates with a thorough understanding of the hazards associated with operating such machinery. This includes having a working knowledge of how the various machines operate and to identify the major components of the machine and explain their functions, including weight limits, and to carry out an effective pre-use check.

Course Aim:

Course Aim:

This training is essential for those people involved in lifting and moving loads using a crane. Trainees will be shown slinging techniques and taught how to make sure loads are safely secured prior to lifting and moving them.