RTITB Accredited Training for Forklift Truck Operatives

The RTITB sets the standard for professional training for those working in warehousing, logistics and the transport industry.  Accreditation by the RTITB means that a training organisation is fully approved to provide the very highest standard of training and are therefore recommended employers seeking vocational training for their employees.

ACE Trainers of Basingstoke are proud to be RTITB accredited and offer a wide range of training courses including Forklift truck training, Driver CPC, Slinger/Banksman, Health and Safety training etc., full details of which can be found on their website at: http://acetrainers.co.uk

If you are looking for the very best in forklift truck training for your operatives then do not hesitate to contact the team at ACE Trainers. They provide forklift truck training accredited by both the RTITB,  ITSSSR and HSE for both novice and experienced drivers wishing to refresh their skills.

ACE Trainers provide professional tuition that will equip your employees with the correct techniques for safe and competent forklift truck operation to help minimise the risks of accidents in the workplace. Their training courses are held over 3 to 5 days for novice forklift truck drivers, and  1 day as a refresher course for experienced forklift truck drivers.

Upon successful completion of their training courses, students will be provided with either an RTITB photo ID certificate which entitles them to inclusion on the National Operators Registration Scheme Database (NORS) for 3 years and enables operation of any forklift up to a 5000 kg lifting capacity (with permission) in the UK.  Alternatively ACE can provide your employees with an in-house certificate which will only allow them to operate forklift trucks within your company.

For full details of ACE Driver Forklift Truck Training call the friendly team of professional training experts on   01256 351581 or email info@acetrainers.co.uk.

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