Fork Lift TruckTraining Courses

Fork Lift Truck Training Dates 2021

At Phoenix Service Solutions, we offer a comprehensive selection of ITSSAR Accredited Fork Lift Truck training courses to suit the needs of your business. For more information, feel free to contact us by clicking the links below

Counterbalance Fork Lift Truck

Outline: ITSSAR Classification: B1, B2, B3 & B4

Sideloader Truck

Outline: ITSSAR Classification: C1, C2 & C3

Reach Truck Training

Outline: ITSSAR Classification: D1, D2 & D3

Order Picker Trucks

Outline: ITSSAR Classification: E1, E2

Pedestrian Lift Trucks

Outline: ITSSAR Classification: A1-A7

Pallet Truck Training

Outline: ITSSAR Classification: Z1, Z2, Z3 & Z4

Narrow Aisle Stacking Trucks

Outline: ITSSAR Classifications: F1 & F2

Tow Tractor & Trailers

Outline: ITSSAR Classifications: H1, H2 & H3

Multi-Directional Trucks

Outline: ITSSAR Classifications: M1 & M2

Mobile Elevated Working Platform

Outline: ITSSAR Classifications: 1A, 1B, 3A & 3B

Pivot Steer Trucks

Outline: ITSSAR Classifications: P1 & P2

In addition to the above ITSSAR courses, we are able to offer the following to further enhance the skills and performance of your workforce

In-House Instructor Course

Outline: This is a five day course, where the candidate must have an operators’ certificate from an Accredited Training Company (i.e. not an In House certificate) and have attended a refresher course within the last 6 months prior to application. Upon completion, the In House Instructor can then train and test their company’s employees only on trucks / equipment for which they themselves have an operators certificate from an Accredited Training Company

Objectives: Throughout the course, the candidate will be assessed via several means, including a written test on Health and Safety at Work, recommendations of training and instructional techniques, as well as undertaking an operators test on Slinger Banksman machinery. They will then demonstrate their teaching ability by leading a classroom lesson and they will be required to complete relevant paperwork and reports as part of this qualification

In-House Trainer Course

Outline: This course is designed for anyone who has the responsibility for passing on skills and knowledge and developing the attitudes of others regardless of skill level, job description or nature of work. During the course you will have the opportunity to practice planning and delivering a short training session on a subject of your choice, which you will refine during the programme based on constructive feedback. You will leave our Train the Trainer course with an action plan for delivering effective training courses

Objectives: This course will cover modules including the management of difficult individuals and team dynamics, as well as all the basics needed to help convey the points that you are trying to put across. Each delegate will have the opportunity to practice delivering their chosen subject as part of this course qualification

Vehicle Banksman

Outline: This course aims to provide an understanding of Regulations and current guidance related to the responsible persons for vehicle manoeuvring and reversing operations, including HASAWA, MHASAW, PUWER, The Workplace (HS&W) Regulations Safety Signs Regulations, HSG 136 and INDG148

Objectives: On completion of training, candidates will have a theoretical understanding of their responsibilities under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, PUWER 98, and they will also gain a knowledge of the Banksman safety code, procedures and vehicle movement risk assessment. Other topics covered are PPE and the manoeuvre, signalling and control of the Banksman

Overhead Gantry Crane Training

Outline: To provide the theoretical and practical knowledge to safely operate an overhead crane with pendant or remote control operating system

Objectives: Upon completion of the course, delegates will have gained an understanding of basic lift plans and applicable legislation including the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, operator safety code, LOLER and PUWER. They will also have received training on component part maintenance, operation and use of the crane in a variety of applications

Slinger Banksman

Outline: This slinger banksman course aims to provide delegates with the knowledge of how to safely guide crane operators with hand and radio signals and allow personnel to carry out basic slinger procedures safely, whilst informing them of the latest legislations for safe operation

Objectives: Upon completion, delegates will have gained a knowledge of how to work safely with loads and how to carry out pre and post use checks to ensure safe practices whilst operating machinery. They will also learn relevant legislation, how to carry out a thorough inspection and their loading limits

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