Forklift Truck & Telehandler Training
Price: from £225 per person (+VAT)
Whether you're new to the world of forklift trucks and telehandlers, or you've been using them for years, we have affordable tests and training that will suit your needs and meet legislation requirements. We provide Forklift and Telehandler courses in Devon, Dorset and Somerset and throughout the UK.
The legal bit:
Let's face it, there are rules and regulations that all operators now have to meet, whether you're a volunteer, you're employed or you're self-employed... If you're using forklift trucks or telehandlers in the workplace, you have to be able to prove that you've had the right training from a qualified person, in operations, safety and appropriate working conditions.
The HSE also recommends that any certificate is refreshed every three to five years, depending on the industry. We provide telehandler and forklift refresher training courses throughout the UK.
Whatever your business, we'll do our best to be flexible around your needs. You can come to our place for the forklift truck training or telehandler training in East Devon, or we’ll come to you. Plus, we’ll fit the course around your schedule, whether that’s working around feeding time, or the kids’ school holidays. Just let us know what suits you.
Please note: Loading Shovels (wheeled, tracked or skid steer), require a separate certificated course from Forklift Trucks. These are available from Hush Farms on request.
Telehandler & Forklift Truck Training - From £225
Accreditation: LANTRA & NPTC
Price: from £225 per person
(+VAT), based on 3 people attending a one-day course, includes LANTRA registration and certification. Hire fees may apply, from £125pp (+VAT), based on 3 people attending.
(Travel fees may apply.)
NPTC assessments are available, please contact us for details and prices.
Course length: one to three days, depending on experience.
Course objectives: Legislation; basic maintenance; safe loading
and carrying techniques; safe operation in the work area, including slopes and rough terrain, if appropriate to the machine.
The assessment is divided into three compulsory units and one optional unit:
awareness of loads prior to operation
3a. Operate FLT
3b. Alternative attachments (optional)