Fork Lift Operator, Train-The-Trainer - 2 Days
This 2-day train-the-trainer course will give potential trainers not only the requisite information, but also instructional skills for presenting information before groups of people.
General Motors Tim H.
Very informative - how to calculate load angles.
Skarnes Inc. Jerry E.
(What I liked most about the seminar was...) (The instructor's) ability to reference
the OSHA and/or ASME standards to support the teachings.
USAF McNeal B.
I like the exercises, it put things into perspective.
Conoco PhillipsVenco Richard G.
From a personal standpoint, I was impressed with the repore the instructor had
with our class. He was extremely patient and enthusiastic about what he was trying to get across to us about operating and maintaining our crane. I was also very impressed with his knowledge of the electrical & mechanical workings of so many different types of cranes. He is truly a valuable resource to your company and to those he teaches.
Bowling GreenMetal John E.
(What I liked most about the course was…) You get more info for your class
Many companies conduct their own Forklift training courses for their personnel. In many cases this is the most cost effective manner of providing training. This course will give potential trainers not only the requisite information, but also instructional skills for presenting information before groups of people.
Students can take a written and practical exam to earn a certification card on the last day. Certification is valid for 3 years. Students for certification will need to have a good understanding of forklift operations and procedures as they pertain to their company. Forklift operating experience is required.
- Discuss Key Safety Issues for Fork Truck Operators
- Review and Discuss Key Instructor/Facilitator Ideas
- Review Key Industry Standards for Fork Trucks
- Instructor Guide
- Fork Truck Safety