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Forklift Course

Forklift Operator Course

We can offer a wide variety of forklift courses for our customers tailored to meet the particular customers needs and requirements.. All forklift truck driver training courses are conducted on the client’s premises. The instructors are all RTITB registered and are experienced on counterbalance and reach trucks. The forklift courses that are available are:

Basic Training Forklift Course- Forklift Truck Driver Training (3 day forklift course)
This course will enable a driver with no forklift experience to progress through the course and on successfully passing the tests qualify them as a forklift operator certified by the examiner.  The forklift course involves both practical and theory training. They will receive training on the safe working practices applicable to forklift operations and sufficient practical training to ensure the operator is conversant and comfortable with the operating of the machines in a work environment.


Refresher Forklift Course - Forklift Truck Driver Training (1 day forklift course)
This forklift course is for operators who have already qualified but who need to re-qualify.  This course again involves theory and practical training and on successful completion will result in the operator being certified by the examiner.

If an employee has not got a certificate to say that he has completed a forklift course but has a trackable record as a forklift operator then it maybe possible to gain certification on a 2 day forklift course. We can also conduct flexi/articulated forklift truck driver training courses on the customer’s own premises.

By having the forklift course conducted in-house it allows the company operators to train on the machines that they will be operating for the employer, and training can be incorporated for load specific operations.  Forklift training can be conducted at the weekends or other times to meet the requirements of the customer. 

The certificate can also be issued to the company stating that the employee is certified to operate their machines, on their premises as part of his/her employment.  This means that the company is the holder of the certificate and not the individual.