Find The Right Instructor
Finding the right instructor doesn't have to be hard, it's just a matter of entering your location and we will point you in the right direction. We only recommend competent instructors who will guide you every step of the way. The aim of an instructor is to provide each candidate with the very best tuition possible, both in the theory and practical use of the machine. It will also cover all aspects of the health and safety requirements set out by the HSE. You can find further information on our resources page.
Warehousing / Logistics
If you intend to work within the distribution and logistics industry you will more than likely want to train as a forklift driver. There are a number of different types of forklift, but the most popular are the counterbalance and reach truck. A fully qualified forklift operator could earn between £18,000 to £23,000 P.A. with the average wage being around £20,500.
Building / Construction
The construction industry has been buoyant over the last few years and we see no reason for it not to continue. There is an abundant number of plant machine courses available, such as an excavator, telescopic handler or forward tipping dumper truck being the three most popular. These are being used not only in construction but on the Highways, Railways and Dockyards. On average an excavator driver could earn between £16.00 and £19.00 per hour.