NPORS Telehandler N010 – REFRESHER COURSE – Book now, schedule later
Course Date: Once we have received your booking and payment we will be in touch to arrange your course date for a convenient time.
Course Duration: 2 days
This course includes 1 day refresher training plus theory and practical tests only, limited training will be given. This course is only suitable for experienced operators who wish to brush up on their training before undertaking their tests.
Approximate Course Start Time: 8.30am (Actual start time will be stated in your joining instructions).
Test Centre Location: Nationwide Training and Safety Services Ltd, The Coach House, Goosetree Farm, Rings End, Guyhirn, PE13 4DE. See directions.
Free onsite parking.
To Book: Please ensure you provide the following in the ‘Additional Information’ box at checkout. *Full name of delegate taking the course *Date of birth *NI number or CSCS number *Confirmation that the trainee has passed their health & safety touchscreen test in the 2 years prior to the course date.
Please note: it is a criteria of this course that you must have passed your theory test before you can attempt your practical test.
The machine that will be used for this course will be Telescopic FL – JCB 532-120.
Delegates successfully completing the course will receive a NPORS Operator Card. We are ideally located for individuals travelling to us with a train station only a few minutes away. We can also arrange transport from the train station to our centre if required.
This course includes 1 day training plus theory and practical tests. This course is only suitable for experienced operators who wish to brush up on their skills before taking the tests.
Refresher NPORS N010 Telehandler / Telescopic Handler all sizes excluding 360 slew. Course code N010
This course test you on the operating and maintaining of telescopic handlers.
Upon completion of this course the delegates will have demonstrated through practical and theory test that they understand how to:
- Operate the machine for all normal tasks.
- Decide whether a particular load is safe to lift.
- Carry out routine servicing procedures and maintenance as necessary, in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
- Know how the machine works and the maintenance requirements involved.
- Understand the effect of load, size, weight, gradients and ground conditions upon machine stability.
- Know how to load, store and transport representative materials.
- Understand the basic construction of pallets.
- Know the permitted loading of scaffolds.