What to expect!

I will arrive at your premises between 15 and 30 minutes before the course start time to get set up  and familiarise myself with your site (toilets, fire exits, first aid, coffee etc.) I will ask to see the machinery to be used for training and agree on a suitable training area and confirm any particular job familiarisation or attachment training required.

Telescopic training


On course completion every candidate will be given a handy pocket guide with a list of basic lift truck safety reminders. So no more 'Sorry I forgot' excuses.

All candidates that complete the training successfully will (on receipt of payment of any outstanding balance) have a completed record of training and certificate of training forwarded electronically to the employer for your records. A physical copy of the certificate (colour laminated A4) is available for a small admin fee on request.



I started my adult life as a Plant Fitter in the Army where I completed my apprenticeship with the Royal Engineers. I have also gained an NVQ in customer services with experience of managing a busy workshop responsible for day to day running, booking and completing repairs. This combined with experience in warehousing, manufacturing and even retail has allowed me to offer an all round perspective into the requirements of most employers and tailor my lessons to meet your needs.

And because I'm also a Cub Scout Leader for my local section I will always hold a current first aid certificate and be DBS checked for your peace of mind.

Working with the Cubs has also helped to improve my patience and understanding leading to an improved learning experience.

In short you can expect a professional yet friendly and flexible approach to all round safety focused training.