The course objectives for all machines follow a similar format. To teach candidates the relevant job safety, knowledge, and practical skills necessary for the safe and efficient operation of the equipment in the workplace. To heighten operators awareness of the need to operate machinery safely, correctly and skilfully at all times.
Classroom based theory.
The responsibilities of Employees and Employers explained under the following legislation; HASAW act 1974, LOLER 1998, and PUWER. This is achieved by the use of PowerPoint presentations and the training films.
Supervised practical exercises on the equipment being trained, and detailed explanation of every aspect of the equipment's features, this will cover all aspects of situations that the operator would normally encounter in the workplace.
On the successful completion of a theory assessment, consisting of both open and multi choice questions followed by a practical skills test. The successful candidates will receive a Certificate of Training in Basic Practical Skill and Ability.