Transport Training Services

For All Industrial Training Needs.

On Site Operator Training throughout the UK & Europe.

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Forklift Courses

One Day Course For trained & certificated operators Usually a refresher, or conversion course
Three Day Course For existing (though untrained) operators Created to bring the self-taught operator up to a recognised standard
Five Day Course For novices This is for those with little or no experience of mechanical handling equipment

Mobile Elevating Work Platforms
2 Z-Lift Platforms and 2 Articulating Telescopic Booms

One Day Course For existing operators Useful where a person uses these machines without formal training
Two Day Course For Existing Operators For the more complex machinery, or less competent operators
Three Day Course For Novices For the person with little or no experience

Overhead Travelling Cranes (Pendant or Remote controlled)
OHTC, pendant, remote or man-up

One Day Course For Existing Operators Normally used as a refresher to comply with current HSE policies
Two Day Course For Novices For the operator with little or no experience

All crane courses would usually include slinging and signalling (banksman) instruction, though this can be done as a seperate course over one day for up to six people.

Please note that all the above courses are based on a ratio of one instructor: one machine: three trainees.
All courses can be adjusted to suit your requirements, as we are aware that all machines/circumstances can vary.


Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
HSW Act 1974 Section 2 (1) It shall be the duty of every employer to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare at work of all his employees. HSW Act 1974 Section 2 (2) (c) states that - the provision of such information, instruction, training and supervision as is necessary to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health and safety at work of his employees.
Approved Code of Practice 1989
ACoP 1989 Rider Operated lift trucks - operator training states that - Employers must ensure all operators they employ, both new and existing, are adequately trained and, if necessary, provide for their additional or refresher training.
Provision and Use of Work Equipment
Regulation 1992 states that - Every employer shall give adequate training to all employees who use work equipment or supervise/manage the use of work equipment.

We can also offer operator training on most kinds of plant and machinery, and will design courses for unusual/one off machinery to help you comply with current HSE recommendations.

Feel free to call and ask for prices, using either the email link above, or the phone number on our home page.