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Ride-on mower training courses in Devon & South  West with Hush Farms. Ride-on mowers Lantra and NPTC training courses in Devon and throughout the South West & UK.

Ride-On Mower Courses

Price: from £185 per person, for four people (+VAT)

Using a ride-on mower can be very simple, with little risk involved - providing you know how to use and maintain it. But accidents can happen, so this training course can help to ensure everything runs smoothly.

The Hush Farms Ride-On Mower training course aims to teach you how to use this equipment safely and efficiently. 

The legal bit: It's a legal requirement for employers to provide operator training for their employees who use ride on mowers.

Our courses are HSE approved - NPTC and LANTRA accredited - and will teach you the safe use of Ride-On Mowers. We do our best to be flexible around your needs, so you can come to our place in East Devon for the training, 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.

Course Detail:
Ride-On Mowers (all categories) - From £185

Accreditation: LANTRA 

Price: from £185 per person (+VAT), based on 4 trainees.
Prices include LANTRA training and assessment.
(Travel fees may apply.)

Course length: one day

Course objectives: Identify the risks associated with the use of Ride-on Mowers; select appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE); identify and understand the function of all instruments and controls; carry out daily checks as indicated in the Operator's Manual; carry out pre-start checks; identify and report any faults; adjust the cutting mechanism to achieve the required standard; operate the machine in a safe and competent manner; perform after-use maintenance; understand legal and practical requirements for travelling on a public road; load and transport the machines safely (if appropriate).