All courses are ITSSAR Accredited 


We offer a wide range of courses depending on the individuals circumstances which can range from 1 – 5 days and delivered at your place of work.

Novice – Operator with no or very little experience – 5 day duration.
Refresher  Certificated Operator in need of refreshing skills and knowledge – 1 day course.
Conversion – Certificated Operator wishing to convert to another type of lift truck – 1 to 2 days duration.
Experienced – Self taught operator with no official training or certification – 2 to 3 days.
Operator Assessment – A ½ day course to assess the ability of a companies’ FLT operators.



Powerpoint presentations and lift truck simulators.
Operator Safety Code, all aspects of operator safety.
Truck knowledge, how it works.
Pre-use Inspection Check. Ensuring that your truck is in good working order before starting a work shift.
Basic Operating Skills.  Getting to know your truck and its capabilities. Hydraulic controls, steering, lifting capacities and safe operating.
Lifting & Stacking. Understanding different loads, palletized, corner post pallets, heavy loads and unusually shaped loads. Stacking in racking and vehicle loading and unloading.
Refuelling. Battery charging and maintenance, LPG and diesel safety.
Theory Tests.  After training, each candidate will sit a theory test to show an understanding of the truck they will operate.
Practical Test. Each candidate will be expected to safely and efficiently operate their truck in confined areas whilst stacking and de-stacking palletized loads within a warehouse environment.
All successful candidates will receive a certificate of competence.





The most common and widely used material handling machine and the workhorse of industry, capable of lifting small palletized loads in the workplace of less than 1 tonne, ranging to higher capacity 70 tonne container moving machines.

Counterbalance trucks can be three or four wheeled vehicles, powered by battery, LPG or diesel. As with all mechanical handling aids, Counterbalance operators must be trained, tested and carry a current certificate of competence.



Fork Lift Truck in Warehouse


A Reach Truck is commonly used in warehouses and large distribution centres for moving around pallets of stock in confined spaces. The Reach Truck differs from the standard Counterbalanced Fork Lift Truck because of the way it is constructed and used.

Reach Trucks usually operate in narrow aisles and can lift palletized goods to heights of 12 metres. They are mostly battery operated and although may differ slightly from manufacturer to manufacturer are basically the same. As with all mechanical handling aids, Reach Truck operators must be trained, tested and carry a current certificate of competence.



The Powered Pallet Truck (PPT) is the basic warehouse workhorse; they handle goods at ground level, assembling orders, marshalling pallets, loading and unloading vehicles and a host of other important tasks. They are a service vehicle to the Reach Trucks (R/T), Counterbalanced Fork Lift Truck (C/B) and Very narrow Aisle machines (VNA) in other parts of the warehouse, this is an important function because these other machines are more specialized and often dedicated to one task or part of the warehouse.




mewp scissor


MEWP Training is for anyone wishing to operate mobile elevated work platforms such as Boom or Scissor Lifts. All courses will be conducted on site in the surroundings that the trainees will be familiar with and on the equipment that they will be operating.


Upon completion, all successful candidates will be certificated and qualified to manoeuvre equipment effectively and to operate the platform to access areas at various heights.


All courses will include Health & Safety awareness when working with Mobile Elevated Work Platforms and correct PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) training, such as Harnesses.

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