Why train with 2Start?

  • We are constantly investing in our fleet to ensure we continue to provide the best vehicles for our customers.
  • Fully Qualified on the National Register of LGV Instructors.
  • We have hundreds of happy previous customers and currently have a 4.9 rating on Google.
  • It’s easy to say that we are the ‘Premier Driving School’, but the proof is in the facilities offered and the results obtained by our students.

Moffett Refresher

£276.00

This is a 1-day course and is ideal for candidates who have completed training on a Moffett forklift but their certification has just expired or is about to expire. On the first day of training, you will be required to show all previous forklift certification that you have gained.

When you have completed your training, there are three tests that you need to complete; a theory test, a pre-use inspection test and the practical skills test. All of these tests need to be passed in order to obtain your operator card and certificate.

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be issued with an ITSSAR accredited certificate and licence card.

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Additional Information

Moffett Course Details

Drivers who already 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.

What is a Moffett forklift?

A Moffett truck is a truck-mounted forklift. It can perform a number of tasks that regular forklifts can, such as carrying loads, but it is light enough that it can be transported on the back of a truck. A major advantage of using a Moffett truck is that it can save money and time as you won’t need to pay to deliver a forklift, as well as the products.

Locations:

This course is available to be completed at our Portsmouth training depot.

Additionally, this course can be completed on one of your sites, using your equipment. The areas that we cover include; Portsmouth, Chichester, Fareham, Southampton, Eastleigh, Romsey, Reading, Newbury, Crawley, Basingstoke, Brighton and Worthing. The benefit of completing training at your site, using your equipment is that the students get to train on the machines that they will be using regularly.

Facilities Required on your site:

If you want training to be carried out on one of your sites, using your equipment then there are some requirements that you need to meet. You must have a training room that is suitable for the number of delegates participating and have a sufficient amount of practical training space for assessments and testing to be completed. Also, candidates 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 how you can complete training on your site. Facilities and Equipment Requirements Guide.

Ratio:

1 Truck : 3 Candidates : 1 Instructor

This can be lowered to meet requirements, which can decrease the duration of your course.

Course aim:

On completion of training, the course members will:

  • Be able to operate the truck model used in training safely and correctly in accordance with the manufacturer’s handbook and accepted good practice.
  • Be able to attach the truck to a carrying vehicle and detach it form a carrying vehicle safely and correctly in accordance with the manufacturers handbook and instructions and the relevant road traffic legislation.
  • Clearly understand the causes of instability of the truck and loads
  • Be able to carry a routine pre-use inspection of the truck

Course Contents:

  • Introduction to the truck to be used
  • Controls and instruments
  • Starting, moving & stopping the truck
  • Steering the truck
  • Operation of the hydraulic controls
  • Pre-use inspection and takeover maintenance
  • Weight assessment
  • Handling pallets/containers/bulk packs/loads associated with the industry in which the truck is operating
  • Driving on/off ramps and inclines
  • Driving and operating over rough terrain
  • Road vehicle loading and unloading
  • Stacking and destacking
  • Attaching truck to and detaching truck from the carrying vehicle
Course Reviews

A great school with friendly and experience staff. Good range of vehicles for HGV and FLT training. Nice room for classroom based training.

Southampton

A great school with friendly and experience staff. Good range of vehicles for HGV and FLT training. Nice room for classroom based training.

Portsmouth

Just passed my FLT. The staff are brilliant, welcoming and friendly. Really appreciated their attention to detail and determination to help me get my pass.

Portsmouth

I highly recommend 2 Start training. Due to having some spare time on my hands I decided to take some courses to improve my chances of being offered a different variety of work. I have just completed my HIAB training, ADR course, Moffett and counterbalance forklift course. I successfully passed them all. The quality and standard of training is excellent and I am planning to do my slingers course although since passing the courses I have already have had many of offers of work so will now need to find the time! Many thanks to Alan, Paul and Joe for the training and Daisy for her efficient and prompt organisation of the courses.

Portsmouth

Had a 1 to 1 forklift course at their Reading branch. The instructor was very clear, helpful and patient.Would and have recommended them to others.

Reading

Why train with 2Start?

  • We are constantly investing in our fleet to ensure we continue to provide the best vehicles for our customers.
  • Fully Qualified on the National Register of LGV Instructors.
  • We have hundreds of happy previous customers and currently have a 4.9 rating on Google.
  • It’s easy to say that we are the ‘Premier Driving School’, but the proof is in the facilities offered and the results obtained by our students.