NPORS Forward Tipping Dumper Novice – 13th-15 June

£695.00 excluding vat

Course Date: 13th-15th June

Course Duration: 2 Days

Approximate Course Start Time: 8.30am (Actual start time will be stated in your joining instructions).

Course 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.

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.

Description

Course Title:

NPORS Forward Tipping Dumper Novice

Venue:  This special offer course is to be delivered at our specialist training centre.

Certification:  Delegates successfully completing the course will receive a:

NPORS Certification is valid for two or five years. The NPORS CSCS trained operator card last 2 years (to obtain this type of card you will require to have completed a CSCS Health and Safety test within the last 2 years and have proof).  If you have not passed a CSCS Health and Safety test in the last 2 years then you will receive a five year traditional card without the CSCS logo.

Course Content:

Upon completion of this course the delegates will have received training in and will have undertaken theory and practical tests to demonstrate their ability to:

  • Operate the dumper to a minimum standard.
  • Fit and operate ancillary equipment.
  • Site the dumper safely and efficiently.
  • Know which minor adjustments and routine servicing procedures are necessary, and be able to carry them out.
  • Prepare the dumper for travelling on the public highway.
  • Understand the capabilities, purposes and limitations of each machine.
  • Apply all necessary safety precautions.
  • Understand how diesel engines work and how various parts of the machine operate.
  • Be aware of the necessary routine adjustments and service procedures, and carry them out.
  • Work to levels with the aid of laser equipment.