• Novice - Operator with no or very little experience - 3-5 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.

All courses consist of safety films to demonstrate not only the safe operating practice but also the consequences of ignoring these.

  • 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 destacking palletized loads within a warehouse environment.

All successful candidates will receive a certificate of competence.