Forklift Training - Beginner Course | Cork | Dublin | CMSE Training

Forklift Training Beginner Course

CMSE Training is a leading provider of Forklift Training, Mobile Elevated Work Platform (MEWP), and Electric Pallet Truck training courses. We deliver both private and public courses nationwide and we are fully SOLAS approved. Our instructors are trained to RTITB level.

Course Outline

CMSE is the leading provider of the Forkfit Training Course for Beginners. It is a 3-4 day course for beginner forklift drivers wishing to gain certification. Course includes; legislation, safety procedures and safe operation of forklift. The aim of the course is to give the participants the skill and knowledge required to operate a forklift truck safely and effectively.

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Cork Office: +353 21 497 8100

Beginner Forklift Driver Training

Scheduled Dates

Scheduled Course Venues and Dates: This course is available exclusively to private groups. This allows courses to be targeted specifically towards your own companies requirements.To arrange a date for your company to host this course please call 1850 315 415 or fill in the form below and one of our Training team will be in touch.
Duration: 3-4 Days
Participants: Up to 3 participants
Assessment: Theory and practical assessment
Accreditation: CMSE Training Certification

Course Objectives

Course Objectives

On completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Operate a Forklift safely, reducing the risk of injury to operators and pedestrians and increase the efficiency of Forklift Truck Operators
  • Use safe operating techniques
  • Refuel / Recharge Forklifts safely
  • Correctly position Forklifts in relation to task requirements

Target Audience

This course is for new and experienced forklift truck drivers. Specifically, that wish to either gain certification or refresh / renew previous certification.

Course Contents

  • Legislation
  • Daily inspection procedures
  • Stability
  • General safety rules
  • Loading and stacking procedures
  • De-stacking and unloading
  • Maintenance
  • Charging and changing batteries
  • Fuelling procedures