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RTITB accredited Counterbalance & Reach Training Course

Back to back Novice training


RS Forklift Training

Summary

Price
£649.99 inc VAT
Study method
Classroom
Duration
5 Days, Part-time/Full-time
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Location & dates

Location
Address
Unit 3A Haden street
Haden Street
Birmingham
West Midlands
B129BH

Overview

You have the opportunity to choose between which trucks you prefer to train on, for example, you can opt to train on the Bendi/Flexi instead of the reach if you wish to do so.

This course is a Back to Back Counterbalance & Reach course.

  • RTITB Accredited certificate
  • 98.7% Pass Guarantee
  • Weekly training dates available
  • Help with employment
  • Multi-lingual instructors
  • Flexible Training dates
  • Includes Registration fees and photo ID card

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Description

Training will consist of the theory test and practical training, incorporating classroom work to make sure candidates pass their theory tests and practical training with the counterbalance forklift truck on the training floor.

Covering;

  1. classroom presentation
  2. health and safety at the workplace
  3. theory mock test
  4. theory revision
  5. theory test
  6. Introduction to the truck
  7. Maintainance of truck
  8. Stopping and starting exercise
  9. Steering
  10. manoeuvring
  11. transporting
  12. stacking and de-stacking with various levels
  13. Practical Mock test
  14. Practical test

Who is this course for?

Anyone looking to gain a nationally recognised Counterbalance and reach certificate.

Requirements

We won’t train anyone under 17, and yet again most employers won’t employ people under 18 due to other limitations in place due to the weight of forklifts and where they are operating. Road traffic legislation will apply when forklift trucks are operated on public roads and this would be age 17 for trucks up to 3.5 tonnes, 18 up to 7.5 tonnes, and 21 for heavier equipment.

Career path

With experience, you could become a shift supervisor or team leader. With further training, you could work as a forklift instructor or maintenance engineer.

You could also become a warehouse manager.

You could move into industries like construction (construction plant operator) or logistics (lorry driver).

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