This course is available for you to complete at all of our depots, which includes locations in Portsmouth, Southampton, Reading and Worthing.
As well as being available to train at one of our sites, you can also complete your training on one of your own sites, using your equipment. The areas we cover include; Portsmouth, Fareham, Chichester, Southampton, Eastleigh, Romsey, Reading, Newbury, Crawley, Worthing and Brighton. This allows the students to train on the machines that they will be working with on a daily basis.
Facilities Required on your site
In order for training to completed on one of your sites, there are a few requirements that you need to meet. You need to have; a training room that is suitable for the number of candidates participating and a sufficient amount of practical training space to complete assessments and testing. Delegates will be required to wear PPE as per the company’s internal risk assessments.
Click the link to read our Facilities and Equipment Requirements Guide for more information on completing training on your site. Facilities and Equipment Requirements Guide
If you complete one of our forklift courses, you will be taught by highly trained and experienced instructors, who will give you all the knowledge and skills that you need to safely operate a Counterbalance truck and pass your test.
All forklift courses are conducted under our accrediting body; ITSSAR (the Independent Training Standards Scheme and Register). Being a part of ITSSAR guarantees only the highest standard of training and testing possible.
The duration of your course will vary depending on which one you decide to complete, if you choose to complete our Counterbalance Experienced Operators course, it will take 3 days to complete your training.
Course length could be adjusted depending on how many other students are on the same course, see below for timescales.
2 Days if 1:1 or 2:1 with our instructor.
3 Days if 3:1 with our instructor.
1 Truck : 3 Candidates : 1 Instructor
This can be lowered to suit any requirements which in return can decrease the duration of your course.
- Responsibilities under the health & safety at work act, 1974, PUWER & LOLER
- L117 Approved code of practice
- Operators Safety Code
- Battery maintenance and charging procedures
- Pre-use checks
- Factors affecting stability
- Motive controls
- Hydraulic controls on
- Manoeuvring in open and confined area’s including entry & aisle safety procedures
- Stacking at different levels
- Destacking at different levels