Welcome to CAB Training
With over 15 years experience in Forklift Training, C.A.B Training Limited are leaders in commercial and non commercial training.
We offer comprehensive Accredited Forklift Training Courses to the scheme's of work produced ITSSAR.
ITSSAR is approved and listed as an accrediting organisation by the Health & Safety Commission (HSC) in the Approved
Code of Practice (ACoP) for Lift Truck Operator Training.
|Counterbalance Truck||Rough Terrain Telescopic Handler|
|Reach Truck||Scissor Lift (self propelled & Static)|
|Multi Directional Reach||Cherry Picker (self propelled & Static)|
|Narrow Aisle (man up/man down)||Pedestrian/Ride on Pallet Trucks|
|Pivot Steer Truck (Bendi/Flexi)||Pedestrian Pallet Stacker|
|360 Excavator above 12 ton||Bobcat|
|Dumper & Skip Loader||Lorry Loader (HIAB etc)|
|Rigging & Slinging||Abrasive Wheels|
|Confind Space Entry||Working at Height|
Activity First Aid Awards
|Manual Handling Awards|
First Aid at Work (FAW)
|Appointed Person Course|
|Emergency First Aid at Work||Paediatric First Aid - Full Qualification|
|Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Automated External Defibrillation|
"We can help you meet HSE requirements and offer FREE advice"
C.A.B Training Ltd can provide training ranging from Novice training for operators with no previous experience.
Existing Operators that have previous experience of using a Forklift Truck but had no formal training.
Refresher Training which is as the title suggests, Refreshing Operators who have previously attended an Accredited Forklift course, approved by one of the governing bodies.
Through to Conversion Training where there is a significant difference to the controls, such as Counterbalance conversion to Reach, or Pivot Steer..
ITSSAR are approved by the Health & Safety Commission to monitor and Accredited Forklift Training companies, and regular auditing ensures records, procedures and training meet the standards needed.
Terms & Conditions are available on request.
Why offer refresher training?
Even if drivers operate vehicles every day, we recommend regular refresher training to make sure that they:
- maintain good driving habits;
- learn new skills where appropriate; and
- reassess their abilities.