Quality Operator forklift truck Training is critical to ensure your working environment is safe and that your machinery operates efficiently. Acclaim Handling provides training at all skill levels with full certification.
Training available for:
- Counterbalance forklifts
- Reach forklifts
- Articulated forklifts
- Narrow aisle forklifts
- Lorry mounted cranes
- Lorry mounted forklifts
- Plus many other courses
- 5 Day Novice
- 1 Day Refresher
- 10 Day Instructor
- Conversion Courses
- Driver Assessment
- Attachment Training (Drum Clamps, Inverters etc.)
- Overhead Gantry Cranes
- Electric powered stairclimber training
- Managing/Suprvising MHE operations
Forklift Truck Training can take place at our Accredited Training Centre in Purfleet, Essex. and is also available nationwide provided you have the necessary facilities at your own premises.
For on site training we require a designated training area with racking and bulk stacking facilities. Furthermore the appropriate machinery or equipment required for training. Lastly, a suitable area for theory training is required.
Acclaim Handling will always supply:
All the necessary course documentation and certification
All visual training aids such as video footage
Record of training
Our own personal protective equipment, clothing, shoes, helmets, etc.
Forklift Truck Training
Roy Atkins manages Acclaim’s Operator Forklift Truck Training Team. A veteran at Acclaim of over 30 years, Roy takes pride that he has personally trained over 350 RTITB registered Instructors and many thousands of Fork Lift Truck Operators. He and his team train all levels of experience from Novices to Refreshers.
With our team of dedicated full time trainers we administer all types of fork truck and equipment training. This can be 5 day Novice courses to Driver Assessments and Fork Lift Truck Instructor courses complying exactly to industry standards:
All of the above courses are RTITB registered and approved by the joint committee of industry training boards and recognised by the HSE, HSA and HSENI. This means they comply fully for both theoretical and practical training with the Health & Safety executive approved code of practice.