telescopic handler (rough terrain)Telescopic Handler (Rough Terrain) – (Course Ref: TelCWNpoCp3)

These programmes have been designed for those who wish to attain proof of training & assessment in the use of Rough Terrain Telescopic Handlers in construction or land based industries, in particular farmers, employees of the hire industry, building contractors, amenity landscapers & owner drivers.

Course Duration

Training and/or assessing can take place at our training centre or “on-site” at your workplace*. Operators with proven operating & industry experience will require less training time. Candidates with 3 years operating experience, 2 of which are on the telehandler may opt for assessment only. Experience is subject to evidence and profiling.

Note: Candidates will need to upgrade from red to blue card within 3 years by completing an NVQ level 2 and logging 300 hours of experience. Please call for further details on upgrades.

Accreditation

Successful candidates are registered with the appropriate awarding body, recognised by the Health & Safety Commission.

Additional Information

If candidates wish to operate on Major Contractors sites they must successfully complete the CITB Prometric touch screen Safety Test. This is an Independent theory test & can be taken before or after the practical training. However, paperwork cannot be processed or the log book issued until proof of successful pass of the health & safety test is received.

Site Requirements

There is a requirement for site resources.

Please check with our co-ordinators prior to booking.

More Information

If you would like to discuss course availability, fees and information with a member of our team, please contact us by clicking here

Course Content

  • Legislation
  • Operators Safety Code
  • Engineering Principles
  • Rough terrain operation
  • Loading / unloading, Practice
  • Theoretical Test & Practical Test

Course Fees;

Please contact our office staff with any queries regarding our course costs.
Mileage costs may be applied to training taking place over 25 miles from our sites.