Telehandler forklift training, CITB, blue cards and NVQ. Many of the leading construction companies operating today have followed the lead of the M.C.G. (major contractors group) and decided that only operator/drivers who have telehandler training and hold a CPCS operators ticket will work on their sites, and more companies are following suit. Before long it is expected that only people who carry a CITB/CPCS operator’s card will be able to work on any site.
Make sure you are fully qualified to operate your Telescopic Handler
Your future may depend on it!
So what can you do?
If you have two or more years experience driving of a telehandler, why not get yourself qualified to the countries leading competency card scheme, a CPCS operators card. Simply contact Operator Tickets Ltd and we can handle the rest for you, with qualified assessors who can arrange for a testing area with all the necessary equipment made available for you.
We at Operators Tickets provide fully trained assessors and professional help, we assist you in gaining your valued NVQ qualification of competence, its not that difficult!
Remember your Red CPCS card will last for two years, in this time you need to complete your NVQ to retain your card
Simply go to our registration page to gain access to government funding.
First step to become a Qualified Operator
For a hassle free NVQ Assessment you have come to the right place - turn your red operator cards into blue competency cards with our professional services
If you are employed and your employer is a CITB Levy payer then Grants are available for all CPCS Testing and CAA Training Programmes. All short duration courses could also be funded through the CITB Grants Scheme.
Telescopic handler CPCS card
(A17) TELESCOPIC HANDLERS ALL SIZES ALL ENDORSEMENTS - To apply for this test at the test centre you must have a current Health & Safety test (within the last 2 years) to be able to sit the tests.
Is a professional discussion on a one to one basis. The CPCS Tester will read out a question and you must respond correctly. The pass mark is 80% and the duration of this test is 1 hour 15 minutes (maximum).
Is the practical element of the test. The test centre will supply the equipment and the training area, which will meet the CPCS criteria. You will be given instructions by the CPCS tester and you have 2 hours 15 minutes (maximum) to complete the practical test.
If you wish to view either the test specification or the theory questions for this category please click on the icons below.
If you wish to book the test click on the booking form icon below.
If you require any further information or costs for these tests please contact Operator Tickets Ltd on 01373 831096 or 07799643500