We aim to provide the very best training to meet your organisations requirements
Here at Aim we understand the need for good quality training and the importance of getting it right. We can offer your organisation a professional service with a friendly approach and the flexibility of on-site training at your premises. We cater for beginners to those more experienced drivers who already hold a valid licence and are due for renewal. Our courses can also be taken at any one of our affiliated sites located throughout the UK.
All our instructors have achieved the highest standards set out by HSE and are registered with MHER, the Material Handling Equipment Register. We strive to deliver the very best training and offer all our clients a 100% Guaranteed Pass.
If your an employer looking to undertake training for your employees, or if your an individual wanting to learn to drive a forklift. Why not get in touch and talk to a proffesional who can discuss your needs and find the right course, at the right price and at time and place that suites you.
Material handling equipment is mechanical equipment used for the movement, storage, control and protection of materials, goods and products throughout the process of manufacturing, distribution, consumption and disposal. If you work for a company and use any type of MHE, it is the responsibility of your employer to provide adaquate training when using such equipment. This will be beneficial to the company by improving the workplace safety for employees and it should also increased overall productivity.
There are several types of mechanical lift truck, click on a link for more information.
The term ‘plant’ refers to machinery, equipment and apparatus used for an industrial activity. Typically In construction, ‘plant’ refers to heavy machinery and equipment used during construction works. If you work in the construction industry, chances are you would benefit from investing in training. Our training courses allow users to demonstrate their skills, knowledge and understanding involved in plant operations. Employers should consider how their workers use machinery, and have adequate training procedures in place.
There are several types of mechanical plant machinery, click on a link for more information.
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