Our six training depots are located in: Portsmouth; Otterbourne; Aldermaston; Theale; Worthing and Havant. Our training centres are conveniently situated within the local areas of the following counties to provide the maximum coverage within: Hampshire; Isle of Wight; West Sussex; East Sussex; Surrey; Buckinghamshire; Oxfordshire; Berkshire; Wiltshire and the eastern side of Dorset.
Powered Pallet Truck Training
We have a range of different courses, designed to suit novices, experienced operators and those who need a refresher, which takes from 3.75 hours to three days.
There are courses available for the ride-on and pedestrian operation of these trucks. We can also offer our forklift training services at your place of work, provided that you have sufficient training facilities, with plenty of room for instruction.
Following completion of the course, 2 Start will update the Trained Operator Passport Scheme (TOPS) to show that you have completed the training to a satisfactory and safe standard.
A powered pallet truck (also known as an electric pallet mover) is operated at ground level to move pallets and load and offload pallets from a variety of vehicles. powered pallet trucks are commonly found in warehouses, so this is a popular course for those working in that environment.
If you are interested in powered pallet training or forklift truck training, get in touch with our team today or click on one of the courses above to book your forklift training in our Worthing, Portsmouth, Southampton or Reading training centres.
All of our forklift training courses are taught by industry professionals, who are all dedicated to ensuring you have the best chance possible at passing your forklift test. Our forklift instructors will teach you all the skills required so that you can safely and securely operate a powered pallet forklift truck and pass your test.
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