We have some major changes at the Unit.. a lot of drivers will have spend lots of hours in this room,
we are having a make over ! (not just paint) new look very soon.
Monday 28th & 29th October (other dates will be available) & 14 hours of CPC are also available.
An Operator Licence Awareness Training course (OLAT) provides a comprehensive overview of the operator licensing systems and the legal undertakings that apply to transport operators.
This is a OTC (Office of the Traffic Commissioner) and FORS approved course (this will be required for FORS approval if the transport manager has not completed any training is the last 5 years)
The Operator Licence Awareness course is often an undertaking given by the Traffic Commissioner to the business owners if they feel your business would benefit from a knowledge update. This course is also an excellent starting point for people who are looking to prepare to gain the Transport Manager CPC qualification.
RE Consultancy & Training Ltd now provide Face Fit testing!
RE Consultancy & Training Ltd, have a new CPC Course approved by JAUPT!
The course is designed to improve drivers' understanding of drivers' working hours, regulations, use of tachographs and to minimise errors in compliance. To prompt professionalism in the way drivers deal with vulnerable road users. To ensure drivers understand the need for efficient daily vehicle checks and fully appreciate their responsibilities. To understand the basic principles of safe and fuel efficient driving and to establish best professional driving practice. To ensure drivers can load their vehicle safely and understand the basics of manual handling and fire safety. To understand the importance of being able to work with others.
Any two of the above modules will make up 7 Hours CPC.
Saturday 1st July 2017
6 & 7 Limefield Units
Pathfields Businnes park,
Tuesday 28th March 2017
Monday 27th March 2017
link to survey -
ADR Carriage of dangerous goods by road - (CPC Hours Available)
- Monday 20th,Tuesday 21st & Wednesday 22nd Febuary
last chance to register!
The most popular forklift training courses in the industry include the following types of forklift: Bendi, Telescopic, Reach and Counterbalance.
RE Consultancy offer training for both beginners and experienced drivers, for each of these types of forklift:-
The Bendi forklift is used for pallet storing work. This means short turning radiuses due to narrow aisles (of approximately 1.5 meters). Since stacking is what this type of forklift is made for, it can carry loads straight from racks without needing to handle the pallets twice.
Telescopic forklifts are mainly used for agriculture and building categories of the industry. Telehandlers would be more appropriate to use rather than forklifts; these are machines equipped with a crane and an attachment at the end of the crane with either a cab for a driver, or a fork. With every load, a chart should be checked to evaluate the weight which is being considered to be moved with the telehandler. Front outriggers can be swapped out for other attachments to reach farther, or to load cargo better.
Reach forklifts are known for the mast that stabilizes the entire machine. The mast is a vertical piece that holds the cab and driver on one side, and the fork and lift on the other side, balancing out the equipment and loads. The fork is perpendicular to the mast and extends passed the front of the machine with a scissor mechanism. Reach forklifts can be driven through aisles spanning up to seven feet, whereas Bendi forklifts normally pass through aisles that are up to eleven feet wide. Storage is saved by about five feet with the difference of these two forklifts.
Counterbalance forklifts can transport the heavier loads. The back of the machine has a dense weight that literally counterbalances the load that’s picked up and placed in front. These forklifts also have tilt cylinders that are hydraulic and attach to the lift’s mast and frame. The mast pivots back and forth depending on how the operator is loading the cargo.
Side Loader Forklift Truck Training As their name suggests, side loaders operate by lifting loads from the side. Where regular counterbalance forklifts may become unstable, the side loader fork truck specialises in easily handling long loads such as wood and piping. They are designed to work in narrow aisles and since the load is carried on the side, the driver has a clear view of what’s in front and behind them.
Today, almost all courses require the full examination and understanding of the machine they are testing for, including all of the tasks that come with the operator’s daily job, and the basic health and safety measures. There are more in-depth courses for first aid and what to do when hazardous materials accidentally spilling into the workspace, but those courses are required by certain different employers or can be taken as additional education. More learning never hurts, and knowledge can always be useful in any surprise future event. With advancing technology, most forklifts are also now automatic and suppliers are shifting towards more electrical-based power sources for these industrial machines.