Forklift Training – California, United States
California Forklift Certification Training
Does your company need forklift training in California? It doesn’t matter if you’re in Los Angeles, Sand Diego, San Jose, San Francisco, Fresno, Long Beach, Okakland, Bakersfield, Anaheim, Santa Ana, Riverside, Stockton, Chula Vista, Fremont, Irvine, Modesto or anywhere in between – we can help with your lift truck training.
Want the convenience of a forklift training program at your site in California? Request a Custom On-site Program here.
Or you can come to us! Wherever you are located in the great state of California, IVES has you covered with its industry leading forklift safety training programs. Our forklift Train the Trainer programs are available in three locations in the Golden State: Sacramento in Northern California. Claremont and Rancho Cucamonga in the Inland Empire region of Southern California.
Our forklift trainer certification programs are the best way to get you or someone of your choosing qualified as an IVES Certified Trainer. These instructor programs aren’t make or model specific, we cover all types of forklifts including Clark, Hyster, Raymond, Clark, Crown, John Deer, Toyota, Nissan, Gradall, Lull, Skytrack, Skyreach, and Yale.
- 5-Day Premium Combo Trainer Certification
- 4-Day Premium Forklift Trainer Certification
- 2-Day Express Counterbalanced Forklift Trainer Certification
- 1-Day Rough Terrain Forklift Trainer Upgrade
To see what we have coming up, view our US Program Calendar.
Did you know? Having your own in-house IVES Certified Trainer is a great way to ensure that your equipment safety training meets or exceeds Cal-OSHA regulations. Since 1981 IVES has trained thousands of trainers in California through our association with Safety Center Incorporated (SCI) out of Sacramento. With Safety Center’s help, our open enrollment Train the Trainer programs have hosted people from companies in Nevada, Arizona, Oregon, Idaho and, of course, California.
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