Level 2 CG Award in Landbased Fork Lift Truck Operations – 2 Day

About the course

This training course is suited for the person with some experience of using telescopic lift trucks but requires the official training and assessment qualifications for the rough terrain telescopic machine. Under HSE regulations the telescopic handler is classed as a lift truck and not an agricultural machine, so the relevant Lift Truck regulations apply in operators gaining the official training and competence qualification.

Suitable for an operator that has some pre experienced of using lift trucks. Practical and theory tests need to be passed at the end of the course to entitle the operator to gain the certificate of competence. The course is accredited with the City & Guilds NPTC certification up on successful completion of the training and assessment test.

See link for further details - http://www.nptc.org.uk/qualificationschemedetail.aspx?id=382

This test is taken is taken independently of the training days. where possible it can be arranged for the day after the training has finished. The test will take up to 2 hours

The course fee does include the current City & Guilds registration and certification fees for this.

Proof of previous experience may be required up on application

Additional Information

This training and assessment course may not be suitable for construction site workers, training to the CPCS level of competence may be required in this case

Myerscough College Agricultural Engineering Courses
Myerscough College Agricultural Engineering Courses

Agricultural Engineering

Agricultural engineering involves the development, operation, maintenance and testing of highly specialised agricultural machinery. Students learn practical skills such as how agricultural machines work, maintenance techniques, welding and fabrication and machinery repair. 

The courses incorporate a mix of practicals, classroom lectures, industry visits and case study exercises, including assessment in practicals and written assignments. Employers are keen to employ Myerscough students as they have both the practical workshop skills and the managerial expertise that they require.