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We also offer instructor and operator training programs for aerial lifts, loaders and excavators. Classes can be delivered at our locations or yours. We are now offering end-user fall protection training on-site! All of our programs meet or exceed all applicable safety requirements, including government regulations and industry standards.
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When safety is at stake there is no room for compromise, so we strive to maintain the highest standard of accuracy, quality and professionalism. Forklift training is our business – let us help you with your training, so you can get back to your business.
We have an extensive network of training locations in the US and Canada, so you don’t need to look any further for your equipment safety training. Our Train the Trainer certification programs will qualify your employee to train, evaluate and certify operators on forklifts, aerial lifts, loaders or excavators. View our upcoming program dates here!
In Canada we have training locations in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Oshawa, Ontario and Abbotsford and Prince George, British Columbia.
Our US training locations include Richmond, Virginia; Bismarck, North Dakota; Kapolei, Hawaii; Las Vegas, Nevada; Irving, Texas; Salt Lake City, Utah; Sacramento, Northern California; Rancho Cucamonga and Claremont, Southern California; and Seattle, Washington.
We have many program options to choose from. Whether you need forklift certification, aerial lifts qualification or loader training, we can help! You can attend a Trainer program at our site, or have us come to you and delivering training at your site.
“North, south, east or west, we’re here to help with all your mobile equipment training. If you can’t make it to us, we’ll come to you! Whatever combination of training you need, we can deliver.”
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