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Mon 4th Mar 2024 ⭐
Mon 4th Mar 2024 ⭐
CPCS A17 Telescopic Handler
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The CPCS A17 course aims to provide the candidate with a thorough practical and theory training in operating a Telescopic Handler in order to to enable the candidate to pass the CPCS Theory and Practical Tests. Course Content Through a combination of targeted training and experience, an individual with a telescopic handler will be able to: •Describe the nature of the sector of industry and their role and responsibilities as a plant operator. •Name and explain the purpose of principle components, the basic cons...
Who Should Attend?
Any person be that construction or agricultural based who needs full training or formal training in the safe use and operation of a telescopic handler.
The customer must have an in date CSCS health safety and environment test taken within the last two years. The will need to bring PPE and photographic ID
- The Telehandler CPCS A17 or NPORS N010 training course begins with a comprehensive introduction to the equipment
- its purpose
- and its uses. This includes an overview of the types of telehandlers
- their components and controls
- and the potential risks and safety precautions when operating them. The course then moves on to the practical aspects of operating a telehandler. This includes hands-on training in manoeuvring the equipment
- loading and unloading
- and safe handling techniques. Participants will also learn how to perform daily checks and basic maintenance on the machine to ensure its optimal performance and longevity. The course concludes with a rigorous assessment of the participant's knowledge and skills. This includes a written test on the theoretical aspects
- as well as a practical demonstration of their ability to operate a telehandler safely and effectively..
Specific venue information; which includes the full address, directions to the venue, public transport links, parking, refreshments, nearby hotels and whether or not food is provided will be supplied to confirmed bookings prior to the start of the course. Telehandler CPCS A17 or NPORS N010 training is also available at training centres UK wide and on client premises (as required) provided minimum delegate numbers are achieved.
Training venue location and streetview links can be found at the top of this page.
Upon successful completion and passing of the Telehandler CPCS A17 or NPORS N010 (Telehandler) training course, candidates will receive an industry-recognised certification. This certification is either a CPCS Red Trained Operator Card (for CPCS A17) or an NPORS Operator Card (for NPORS N010). These accreditations are highly regarded in the construction industry and are proof of the holder's competence and safety awareness in operating a Telehandler. The CPCS and NPORS are both authoritative bodies in the UK, setting standards for plant operators. Their certifications are widely accepted across the UK and even internationally..
Choosing to enrol on a Telehandler CPCS A17 or NPORS N010 (Telehandler) training course is a decision that can significantly enhance your career prospects in the construction industry. This course equips you with the necessary skills and knowledge to operate a telehandler safely and efficiently. You will learn everything from basic controls to complex manoeuvres, ensuring you are confident and competent in a variety of situations. The comprehensive nature of the course means that upon completion, you will be fully prepared to take on a range of roles within the construction sector. This could open up a wealth of opportunities for career progression or even a complete career change. Being trained in the use of a telehandler can also increase your value to employers. As the construction industry continues to evolve, employers are increasingly seeking individuals with a broad skill set. Having this training under your belt could therefore give you a competitive edge in the job market. By choosing this course, you are investing in your future.