Forklift Course Training in Southall

Before you can operate a forklift, you will need to have completed comprehensive forklift training. Once you have completed your training will you be able to hold a forklift licence and operate a forklift. There are three types of forklift training courses available. Novice, Experienced and Refresher.

Novice Forklift Training in Southall

What is the Novice Forklift Training Course?

The novice forklift training course is for those who have never operated a forklift before. This is an introduction to forklift operations and will cover everything from forklift legislation, to forklift health and safety regulations. This is course is recommended for those who are looking to becoming forklift operators.

Why should I take the Novice Forklift Training Course in Southall?

Forklift Operators play a crucial role in the smooth running of business operations.

Whether it be operating depots, warehouses, yards, ports or airports - without Forklift Operators, goods and deliveries would not be loaded, unloaded, moved or stored, and as result, the production of a business would stop.

Since 2006, over 200,000 candidates have booked their Forklift training courses with us. We have regular Forklift training courses in the area of Southall with a passing rate of over 90%.

Forklift Course courses in Southall

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What does the Novice Forklift Training Course in Southall include?

On the Novice Forklift training course in Southall, you will learn the following topics:

Forklift legislation
Forklift Operators’ safety code
Operation of hydraulic controls
Lift truck controls and instruments
Starting/moving/stopping and steering the truck

At the end of your training, a practical skill assessment, ongoing formative assessment and exam will be conducted. The questions on this exam are covered on your course.

We understand that examinations can be daunting. However, with our nationwide 90% pass rate, you really have nothing to worry about.

So, what are you waiting for? Take the Forklift Training Course in Southall, and Get Licensed today.


When you are qualified you will receive a Certificate to show to your employer.  Some people simply call the Certificate a Licence.
No. You do not need a car driving licence to use a forklift.
No. Anyone aged 17 or more can learn to operate a forklift truck.
Yes, but only if you are still training for your qualification.
There isn't a technical expiry date however, it is recommended that you take refresher training every 3 years after receiving your licence and qualification.
There is not a specific rule requiring forklifts to have seat belts. However, it is highly advised that forklift operators should wear a seatbelt at all times.
There are no set job requirements to be able to drive a forklift, however, operators should be physically robust and fit because operating forklifts demands strength and effort. Above all else, awareness of health and safety should be mandatory.
Yes. Work is easily findable within warehouses throughout the UK. Many retail businesses are closing and moving online. This means that they operate from warehouses or distribution centres with many, if not all, using forklifts to move goods and deliveries.
If you already operate a forklift we would recommend you take the experienced to further advance your skillset. 
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