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Our 360 telehandler training course prices give you the chance to learn how to operate this type of machine. These machines are a common sight on construction sites and can be used in place of cranes and access platforms. They are known by various names, including reach forklift, rough terrain forklift and telehandlers. This article will focus on JCB’s latest model, the ROTO, which offers full slewing capability.

The ROTO has been designed to help you get into areas of your site that would be difficult to reach with a traditional telehandler. This is achieved by a slewing platform which can be positioned in a range of positions to allow you to reach different areas of the site. The ROTO can also be equipped with a range of attachments to allow it to perform other tasks such as moving and positioning loads in different configurations.

360 Telehandler Training: Enhancing Operator Skills and Safety

The CPCS A77 Telescopic Handler 360 Slew Training course (formerly category A17D) is set to replace the telehandler CPCS red card when it is retired from the scheme on 28 March 2018. BAM Construction Training offer a 3 or 6 day CPCS A77 Foundation Telescopic Handler 360 Slew training course to enable operatives to carry out the role of a telehandler operator and pass the associated CPCS theory/practical assessments.

The telehandler training course is delivered by qualified trainers at our specialist construction training centre in Doncaster, South Yorkshire. Delegates will receive thorough practical and theory training on the telescopic handler, covering all aspects of plant operation and making use of the full slewing capabilities of this type of equipment. This includes understanding manufacturer pre-start checks, interpreting duties charts, following correct securing procedures and carrying out simulated tests such as moving a suspended load and completing slope work on uneven ground.

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