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Health and safety e-learning courses

Objective: FTA's health and safety e-learning courses include NEBOSH National General Certificate, IOSH Managing Safely courses and a range of managing risk courses in the workplace such as An Introduction to Working At Height, Managing Workplace Health and Safety Risks, and Risk Assessment for Managers.

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HGV Inspection Standards & Procedures

Middlewich

Objective:

This course is designed to equip and develop vehicle inspection technicians, workshop supervisors and engineering managers with the relevant information and skills to raise vehicle inspection standards.

The course also gives the required knowledge to candidates wishing to undertake the irtec Licence underpinning knowledge test and practical assessment.

Locations: Middlewich, St. Helens, In-company training

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Introduction to Peer Mentoring

Objective:

The Introduction to Peer Mentoring course is designed to build an understanding of the role of a peer mentor and teach the skills and abilities required.

The course is ideal for those who have no formal training in this area and is suited to those who will be mentoring apprentices and/or others in the workplace, and to improve performance.

Topics taught include different methods of communication, how to conduct a peer mentor meeting, and how to undertake reflective practice.    ​

In-company training

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Introduction to Road Transport Operations

Tunbridge Wells, Leamington Spa + 2 more

This 3-day course is designed for transport clerks, supervisors and first line managers with no formal transport training. It details the fundamentals of road transport legislation, as well as work-related road safety, workplace transport safety, road traffic regulations and competency standards required by transport professionals. 

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irtec Licence - Technical Staff Competency Assessments

Objective:

The irtec Licence is a qualification developed for vehicle technicians in the Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGV), PCV and trailer sectors.

It is a nationally recognised certificate which demonstrates to any employer in the road transport industry that an inspection technician has reached a required standard to undertake vehicle inspections.

In-company training

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Known Consignor (KC)

All staff with unescorted access to identifiable secure air cargo will require training to some degree. Exactly which staff receive which level or module is down to the specific company to decide based on their knowledge of the operation and the rules set in place by the CAA/DfT.

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Known Consignor (KC) - eLearning

All staff with unescorted access to identifiable secure air cargo require training to some degree. There is a training
syllabus specifically for Known Consignor and their drivers (Known Consignor Modules 1–7).
Exactly which staff receive which level or module is down to the specific company to decide based on their
knowledge of the operation and the rules set in place by the CAA/DfT.

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LCV Inspection Procedures and Standards

Objective:

This course is designed to equip and develop vehicle inspection technicians, workshop supervisors and engineering managers with the relevant information and skills to raise light commercial vehicle (LCV) inspection standards.

The LCV Inspection Procedures and Standards course also gives an insight into the knowledge requirements for candidates wishing to undertake the irtec Light Inspection Licence, underpinning knowledge test and practical assessment.

In-company training

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Management of Drivers’ Hours and Records

Leamington Spa, Stirling + 3 more

This course examines the legal framework of drivers’ hours and records legislation. Although many operations now utilise sophisticated tachograph analysis software, problems can arise when drivers ask to interrogate these records or when incorrect data is produced. This course highlights the complexities that the drivers’ hours rules create, particularly the relationship between the hours’ rules and parallel ‘working time regulations’. 

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Online – Operator Licence Compliance Training

The Online – Operator Licence Compliance course is designed to update transport professionals involved in transport operations and assist them to develop an active role in ensuring legal compliance within their operation.

 

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