Counterbalance Training                         C-B 4                C-B 7               C-B 8           Dockstocker2

Counterbalance Training and Certification

We offer forklift training in toronto and the GTA

Counterbalance Recertification now only $75  This forklift is also known as the tow-motor or sit down counterbalance, there is also a stand up version which is essentially the same type of machine, only that the operator compartment is designed to be used while standing this is called the dockstocker or standup counterbalance.  The Counterbalance forklift is widely used in the loading and offloading of freight to and from transport trucks in all warehouse environments. It can also used for the movement of goods within a facility.

Counterbalance forklifts come in a variety of makes, designs and sizes. You can find machines that have been designed for use indoors as well as machines that can be used outdoors for use in rough terrain environments. The fuel types can also vary from propane powered machines to diesel and electrically powered ones. Although the fuel sources may vary, the actual lifting mechanism are standard on all machines, they all depend on hydraulics for their lifting and functions.

Some of the most common are Yale, Clark, Nissan, Toyota, Mitsubishi and Crown just to name a few. The basics are standard on all trucks although the controls placement and overall "feel" of the machines might differ. If you learn how to operate one, with a bit of practise, you will be able to adapt to the others.

According to Canadian Statistics every year there are countless and senseless accidents due to operators taking shortcuts or just not following proper safety practises. Effective counterbalance training is essential in minimizing accidents, injuries and deaths.  If we all do our part, we can make every workplace a safer place for all. 

After taking our counterbalance certification course, the operator would have been empowered with the required theory in regards to the safe and proper use of the counterbalance, the importance of doing the pre-operational safety check and also to respect the machine by using it correctly, the way it was designed to be used.

Having a counterbalance forklift certificate will expand your hiring potential and put you ahead of the crowd, in the eyes of an employer.

Give us a call or register today.

 

See what our trainees are saying about The UFT Center:  TESTIMONIALS

 

Corporate Training.......

 

 

 

              Reach 4   Reach 5   Reach                  Reach 3

Reach Truck Training and Certification

We offer Reach Truck Training in Toronto and the GTA

 

Reach Truck Recertification now only $75 - Widely known as the Raymond Reach, due to the fact that it was invented by the Raymond Corporation back in the 1920's. This machine revolutionized the way companies could manage their warehouse space and racking system set up.  Prior to the birth of this versatile forklift, companies were limited to the manoeuvring and lifting height capacities of the sit down counterbalance. The spacing between racking systems was very wide and not too high. The reach truck has the capabilities of turning in half the space of the counterbalance. This is why it falls into the family known as narrow aisle machines it can lift product to twice height and it also has the ability of extending or retracting its forks.  

In the hands of a properly trained and experienced reach truck operator, this machine could be essential in the process put-away and recovering freight to and from racking locations.  Once the counterbalance has done its job offloading product onto the dock, it's usually the reach truck that will take over and complete the process into storage locations. Since its creation, manufacturers of the reach truck has grown some of the most common are Raymond, Yale, Clark, Nissan, Toyota, Mitsubishi and Crown. These trucks are electrically powered and rely on hydraulics for the lifting and functions. Once the basics are learned, an operator can pick-up and adapt to any other type of reach machine. 

Just like on any other machine, an operator must be respectful and aware of the proper operating procedures prior to operating one of these machines.  Our reach truck training course will help you to understand these safety concepts by providing you with the required theory followed by detailed hands on training.  You will be encouraged to be safe and avoid being a part of the Canadian Statistics.  Developing bad habits is something that many "experienced operators" have and we strongly discourage.

The focus must be on being a safe and efficient reach truck operator, with everyone's safety in mind.  This will help to create a great working environment for all.

We strongly recommend operators who get a reach truck certificate to also get counterbalance certification.  This will help increase their "hiring potential" and be more appealing to employers.

Hear what peple are saying about The UFT Center:  TESTIMONIALS

Corporate Training.......

 

Orderpicker License     Orderpicker Training GTA   Orderpicker Training 

Orderpicker Training and Certification                   

We offer Orderpicker Training in Brampton and the GTA

Orderpicker Recertification now only $75 - Also known as the cherrypicker and part of the narrow aisle family of trucks, the orderpicker truck is designed to elevate the operator to and from racking locations.  This capability has resulted in better use of racking and warehouse space usage.  Most distribution facilities would traditionally have the products to be picked at floor level, where workers would fill the orders riding on a walkie. Although some facilities may still use this method, filling orders with an orderpicker allows the facility to run more efficiently and eliminates the constant replenishing required by another operator on a reach truck, therefore saving time.

Even though this machine is relatively simple to use and does not have as many functions as other forklifts, it cannot be considered that it is immune to accidents or not dangerous.  Due to the fact that the operator is lifted to great heights a safety harness must be worn by the operator at all times.  This makes the orderpicker equally or even more dangerous.  According to Ministry Guidelines anyone working at specified heights must have Fall Arrest Training.  Therefore orderpicker certification must also include Fall Arrest Certification.


These machines come in a variety of models, designs and makes. Some of the most common ones are Raymond, Yale, Clark, Nissan, Mitsubishi and Crown. These machines are electrically powered trucks that also implement the use of hydraulics. The basic functions are standard on all trucks, the placement of the controls and overall "feel" of the machines might seem different however if you learn how to operate one, with a little bit of practise you will be able to adapt to any other orderpicker machine easily.

We offer orderpicker training in Brampton and the GTA, our certification course consists of all required theory and practical safety principles, such as the importance of the pre-operational safety check, the do's and don'ts while operating at heights and the importance of always wearing the safety harness.

For the Distribution and logistics environment this is a great addition to your resume as a forklift operator and companies will generally pay a bit more than a regular "floor level" orderpicker (worker).

 

Please have a look at other courses offered at The UFT Center.

 

See what our trainees are saying about us:  TESTIMONIALS

 

Corporate Training.......

                          scissorlift training-boomlift-manlift 

 

                            

Scissorlift Training and Certification

We offer Scissorlift Training in Brampton and the GTA

 

Scissorlift Recertification now only $75 - The Scissorlift is part of the aerial work platform family of machines. These machines are highly used, but not limited to construction sites.  The uses for these machines could be for running electrical wiring, telephone and computer lines, they are used for maintenance duties and sometimes for doing Inventory. Basically these machines can access high areas safely and allow the operator to work comfortably.  The scissorlift come in a variety of makes, models and designs. The aerial work platforms family consists of a smaller version of scissorlift which is called the Man Up, as well as Boom Lifts, Trailer Mounted Booms and Self Propelled Booms. Some of the most commonly used brands are Skyjack, Genie, Skytrack and Snorkel. 

Although most machines are electrically powered, diesel and propane powered machine are also available. The basics are standard on all trucks although the controls placement and overall "feel" of the machines might seem different, if you learn how to operate one, with a little bit of practise you will be able to adapt to the others.

Aerial work platforms are not at all difficult to operate; they all do basically the same thing.  This would be to, lift the operator to a specific point and then back down.  Unlike other lift machines (forklifts) the traveling speed on these machines is very slow, in comparison.  This is also a part of the design built into the machine for safety purposes.

What makes these machines dangerous is the fact that the operator will be working at heights, according to ministry regulations this would imply that the operator should also have Fall Arrest Training before operating any one of these machines.

By taking our scissorlift training course you will qualify to operate anyone of these machines, all you would need is just to familiarize yourself with the controls on the specific machine, be sure you do your pre-operational safety check, ensure you wear your safety harness, follow all the safety rules and only use the lift for what is was designed for.

Please see our other courses offered and register today.

 

Corporate Training.......

 

 Walkie training brampton     Walkie License gta       Walkie Certification         Walkie Training 

 

Walkie Training and Certification

We offer walkie training and certification in Brampton and the GTA                               

 

Walkie Recertification now only $75- Also known as the pallet truck and electric hand truck the walkie is highly used in the ground level order picking process. It is a small yet versatile and quick for loading, offloading and moving freight in a around a facility. They vary from small walk only versions to double length ride-on ones, complete with a type of booster for extra speed. 

The basics are standard on all walkie trucks although the controls placement and overall "feel" of the machines might seem different, if you learn how to operate one, with a little bit of familiarizing you will be able to adapt to any electric pallet truck.

Although small, the walkie must not be underestimated when it comes to the dangers associated to its misuse.  Operators must be properly trained on exactly how dangerous this small machine could be.  Some of the considerations that must be taken into account are that, the operator is exposed. Unlike other forklifts that have a protective operator's compartment, most electric walkies do not.  This means that the walkie operator must always be aware and on the look out to avoid being injured. 

Walkies come in a variety of models, designs and makes. Some of the most common are Raymond, Yale, Clark and Crown. Just as the name implies, electric power truck, these machines are electrically powered.  After taking our walkie certification course the operator would have been trained on the proper care and maintenance of the battery.

See what our trainees say about The UFT Center:  TESTIMONIALS

Give us a call - get walkie certified today,

 

Corporate Training.......

 

Monday, 28 January 2013 19:04 Written by
Monday, 28 January 2013 19:01 Written by

           Counterbalance Training                         C-B 4                C-B 7               C-B 8           Dockstocker2

Counterbalance Training and Certification

We offer forklift training in toronto and the GTA

Counterbalance Recertification now only $75  This forklift is also known as the tow-motor or sit down counterbalance, there is also a stand up version which is essentially the same type of machine, only that the operator compartment is designed to be used while standing this is called the dockstocker or standup counterbalance.  The Counterbalance forklift is widely used in the loading and offloading of freight to and from transport trucks in all warehouse environments. It can also used for the movement of goods within a facility.

Counterbalance forklifts come in a variety of makes, designs and sizes. You can find machines that have been designed for use indoors as well as machines that can be used outdoors for use in rough terrain environments. The fuel types can also vary from propane powered machines to diesel and electrically powered ones. Although the fuel sources may vary, the actual lifting mechanism are standard on all machines, they all depend on hydraulics for their lifting and functions.

Some of the most common are Yale, Clark, Nissan, Toyota, Mitsubishi and Crown just to name a few. The basics are standard on all trucks although the controls placement and overall "feel" of the machines might differ. If you learn how to operate one, with a bit of practise, you will be able to adapt to the others.

According to Canadian Statistics every year there are countless and senseless accidents due to operators taking shortcuts or just not following proper safety practises. Effective counterbalance training is essential in minimizing accidents, injuries and deaths.  If we all do our part, we can make every workplace a safer place for all. 

After taking our counterbalance certification course, the operator would have been empowered with the required theory in regards to the safe and proper use of the counterbalance, the importance of doing the pre-operational safety check and also to respect the machine by using it correctly, the way it was designed to be used.

Having a counterbalance forklift certificate will expand your hiring potential and put you ahead of the crowd, in the eyes of an employer.

Give us a call or register today.

 

See what our trainees are saying about The UFT Center:  TESTIMONIALS

 

Corporate Training.......

 

 

 

              Reach 4   Reach 5   Reach                  Reach 3

Reach Truck Training and Certification

We offer Reach Truck Training in Toronto and the GTA

 

Reach Truck Recertification now only $75 - Widely known as the Raymond Reach, due to the fact that it was invented by the Raymond Corporation back in the 1920's. This machine revolutionized the way companies could manage their warehouse space and racking system set up.  Prior to the birth of this versatile forklift, companies were limited to the manoeuvring and lifting height capacities of the sit down counterbalance. The spacing between racking systems was very wide and not too high. The reach truck has the capabilities of turning in half the space of the counterbalance. This is why it falls into the family known as narrow aisle machines it can lift product to twice height and it also has the ability of extending or retracting its forks.  

In the hands of a properly trained and experienced reach truck operator, this machine could be essential in the process put-away and recovering freight to and from racking locations.  Once the counterbalance has done its job offloading product onto the dock, it's usually the reach truck that will take over and complete the process into storage locations. Since its creation, manufacturers of the reach truck has grown some of the most common are Raymond, Yale, Clark, Nissan, Toyota, Mitsubishi and Crown. These trucks are electrically powered and rely on hydraulics for the lifting and functions. Once the basics are learned, an operator can pick-up and adapt to any other type of reach machine. 

Just like on any other machine, an operator must be respectful and aware of the proper operating procedures prior to operating one of these machines.  Our reach truck training course will help you to understand these safety concepts by providing you with the required theory followed by detailed hands on training.  You will be encouraged to be safe and avoid being a part of the Canadian Statistics.  Developing bad habits is something that many "experienced operators" have and we strongly discourage.

The focus must be on being a safe and efficient reach truck operator, with everyone's safety in mind.  This will help to create a great working environment for all.

We strongly recommend operators who get a reach truck certificate to also get counterbalance certification.  This will help increase their "hiring potential" and be more appealing to employers.

Hear what peple are saying about The UFT Center:  TESTIMONIALS

Corporate Training.......

 

Orderpicker License     Orderpicker Training GTA   Orderpicker Training 

Orderpicker Training and Certification                   

We offer Orderpicker Training in Brampton and the GTA

Orderpicker Recertification now only $75 - Also known as the cherrypicker and part of the narrow aisle family of trucks, the orderpicker truck is designed to elevate the operator to and from racking locations.  This capability has resulted in better use of racking and warehouse space usage.  Most distribution facilities would traditionally have the products to be picked at floor level, where workers would fill the orders riding on a walkie. Although some facilities may still use this method, filling orders with an orderpicker allows the facility to run more efficiently and eliminates the constant replenishing required by another operator on a reach truck, therefore saving time.

Even though this machine is relatively simple to use and does not have as many functions as other forklifts, it cannot be considered that it is immune to accidents or not dangerous.  Due to the fact that the operator is lifted to great heights a safety harness must be worn by the operator at all times.  This makes the orderpicker equally or even more dangerous.  According to Ministry Guidelines anyone working at specified heights must have Fall Arrest Training.  Therefore orderpicker certification must also include Fall Arrest Certification.


These machines come in a variety of models, designs and makes. Some of the most common ones are Raymond, Yale, Clark, Nissan, Mitsubishi and Crown. These machines are electrically powered trucks that also implement the use of hydraulics. The basic functions are standard on all trucks, the placement of the controls and overall "feel" of the machines might seem different however if you learn how to operate one, with a little bit of practise you will be able to adapt to any other orderpicker machine easily.

We offer orderpicker training in Brampton and the GTA, our certification course consists of all required theory and practical safety principles, such as the importance of the pre-operational safety check, the do's and don'ts while operating at heights and the importance of always wearing the safety harness.

For the Distribution and logistics environment this is a great addition to your resume as a forklift operator and companies will generally pay a bit more than a regular "floor level" orderpicker (worker).

 

Please have a look at other courses offered at The UFT Center.

 

See what our trainees are saying about us:  TESTIMONIALS

 

Corporate Training.......

                          scissorlift training-boomlift-manlift 

 

                            

Scissorlift Training and Certification

We offer Scissorlift Training in Brampton and the GTA

 

Scissorlift Recertification now only $75 - The Scissorlift is part of the aerial work platform family of machines. These machines are highly used, but not limited to construction sites.  The uses for these machines could be for running electrical wiring, telephone and computer lines, they are used for maintenance duties and sometimes for doing Inventory. Basically these machines can access high areas safely and allow the operator to work comfortably.  The scissorlift come in a variety of makes, models and designs. The aerial work platforms family consists of a smaller version of scissorlift which is called the Man Up, as well as Boom Lifts, Trailer Mounted Booms and Self Propelled Booms. Some of the most commonly used brands are Skyjack, Genie, Skytrack and Snorkel. 

Although most machines are electrically powered, diesel and propane powered machine are also available. The basics are standard on all trucks although the controls placement and overall "feel" of the machines might seem different, if you learn how to operate one, with a little bit of practise you will be able to adapt to the others.

Aerial work platforms are not at all difficult to operate; they all do basically the same thing.  This would be to, lift the operator to a specific point and then back down.  Unlike other lift machines (forklifts) the traveling speed on these machines is very slow, in comparison.  This is also a part of the design built into the machine for safety purposes.

What makes these machines dangerous is the fact that the operator will be working at heights, according to ministry regulations this would imply that the operator should also have Fall Arrest Training before operating any one of these machines.

By taking our scissorlift training course you will qualify to operate anyone of these machines, all you would need is just to familiarize yourself with the controls on the specific machine, be sure you do your pre-operational safety check, ensure you wear your safety harness, follow all the safety rules and only use the lift for what is was designed for.

Please see our other courses offered and register today.

 

Corporate Training.......

 

 Walkie training brampton     Walkie License gta       Walkie Certification         Walkie Training 

 

Walkie Training and Certification

We offer walkie training and certification in Brampton and the GTA                               

 

Walkie Recertification now only $75- Also known as the pallet truck and electric hand truck the walkie is highly used in the ground level order picking process. It is a small yet versatile and quick for loading, offloading and moving freight in a around a facility. They vary from small walk only versions to double length ride-on ones, complete with a type of booster for extra speed. 

The basics are standard on all walkie trucks although the controls placement and overall "feel" of the machines might seem different, if you learn how to operate one, with a little bit of familiarizing you will be able to adapt to any electric pallet truck.

Although small, the walkie must not be underestimated when it comes to the dangers associated to its misuse.  Operators must be properly trained on exactly how dangerous this small machine could be.  Some of the considerations that must be taken into account are that, the operator is exposed. Unlike other forklifts that have a protective operator's compartment, most electric walkies do not.  This means that the walkie operator must always be aware and on the look out to avoid being injured. 

Walkies come in a variety of models, designs and makes. Some of the most common are Raymond, Yale, Clark and Crown. Just as the name implies, electric power truck, these machines are electrically powered.  After taking our walkie certification course the operator would have been trained on the proper care and maintenance of the battery.

See what our trainees say about The UFT Center:  TESTIMONIALS

Give us a call - get walkie certified today,

 

Corporate Training.......

 

Monday, 28 January 2013 19:04 Written by
Monday, 28 January 2013 19:01 Written by

           Counterbalance Training                         C-B 4                C-B 7               C-B 8           Dockstocker2

Counterbalance Training and Certification

We offer forklift training in toronto and the GTA

Counterbalance Recertification now only $75  This forklift is also known as the tow-motor or sit down counterbalance, there is also a stand up version which is essentially the same type of machine, only that the operator compartment is designed to be used while standing this is called the dockstocker or standup counterbalance.  The Counterbalance forklift is widely used in the loading and offloading of freight to and from transport trucks in all warehouse environments. It can also used for the movement of goods within a facility.

Counterbalance forklifts come in a variety of makes, designs and sizes. You can find machines that have been designed for use indoors as well as machines that can be used outdoors for use in rough terrain environments. The fuel types can also vary from propane powered machines to diesel and electrically powered ones. Although the fuel sources may vary, the actual lifting mechanism are standard on all machines, they all depend on hydraulics for their lifting and functions.

Some of the most common are Yale, Clark, Nissan, Toyota, Mitsubishi and Crown just to name a few. The basics are standard on all trucks although the controls placement and overall "feel" of the machines might differ. If you learn how to operate one, with a bit of practise, you will be able to adapt to the others.

According to Canadian Statistics every year there are countless and senseless accidents due to operators taking shortcuts or just not following proper safety practises. Effective counterbalance training is essential in minimizing accidents, injuries and deaths.  If we all do our part, we can make every workplace a safer place for all. 

After taking our counterbalance certification course, the operator would have been empowered with the required theory in regards to the safe and proper use of the counterbalance, the importance of doing the pre-operational safety check and also to respect the machine by using it correctly, the way it was designed to be used.

Having a counterbalance forklift certificate will expand your hiring potential and put you ahead of the crowd, in the eyes of an employer.

Give us a call or register today.

 

See what our trainees are saying about The UFT Center:  TESTIMONIALS

 

Corporate Training.......

 

 

 

              Reach 4   Reach 5   Reach                  Reach 3

Reach Truck Training and Certification

We offer Reach Truck Training in Toronto and the GTA

 

Reach Truck Recertification now only $75 - Widely known as the Raymond Reach, due to the fact that it was invented by the Raymond Corporation back in the 1920's. This machine revolutionized the way companies could manage their warehouse space and racking system set up.  Prior to the birth of this versatile forklift, companies were limited to the manoeuvring and lifting height capacities of the sit down counterbalance. The spacing between racking systems was very wide and not too high. The reach truck has the capabilities of turning in half the space of the counterbalance. This is why it falls into the family known as narrow aisle machines it can lift product to twice height and it also has the ability of extending or retracting its forks.  

In the hands of a properly trained and experienced reach truck operator, this machine could be essential in the process put-away and recovering freight to and from racking locations.  Once the counterbalance has done its job offloading product onto the dock, it's usually the reach truck that will take over and complete the process into storage locations. Since its creation, manufacturers of the reach truck has grown some of the most common are Raymond, Yale, Clark, Nissan, Toyota, Mitsubishi and Crown. These trucks are electrically powered and rely on hydraulics for the lifting and functions. Once the basics are learned, an operator can pick-up and adapt to any other type of reach machine. 

Just like on any other machine, an operator must be respectful and aware of the proper operating procedures prior to operating one of these machines.  Our reach truck training course will help you to understand these safety concepts by providing you with the required theory followed by detailed hands on training.  You will be encouraged to be safe and avoid being a part of the Canadian Statistics.  Developing bad habits is something that many "experienced operators" have and we strongly discourage.

The focus must be on being a safe and efficient reach truck operator, with everyone's safety in mind.  This will help to create a great working environment for all.

We strongly recommend operators who get a reach truck certificate to also get counterbalance certification.  This will help increase their "hiring potential" and be more appealing to employers.

Hear what peple are saying about The UFT Center:  TESTIMONIALS

Corporate Training.......

 

Orderpicker License     Orderpicker Training GTA   Orderpicker Training 

Orderpicker Training and Certification                   

We offer Orderpicker Training in Brampton and the GTA

Orderpicker Recertification now only $75 - Also known as the cherrypicker and part of the narrow aisle family of trucks, the orderpicker truck is designed to elevate the operator to and from racking locations.  This capability has resulted in better use of racking and warehouse space usage.  Most distribution facilities would traditionally have the products to be picked at floor level, where workers would fill the orders riding on a walkie. Although some facilities may still use this method, filling orders with an orderpicker allows the facility to run more efficiently and eliminates the constant replenishing required by another operator on a reach truck, therefore saving time.

Even though this machine is relatively simple to use and does not have as many functions as other forklifts, it cannot be considered that it is immune to accidents or not dangerous.  Due to the fact that the operator is lifted to great heights a safety harness must be worn by the operator at all times.  This makes the orderpicker equally or even more dangerous.  According to Ministry Guidelines anyone working at specified heights must have Fall Arrest Training.  Therefore orderpicker certification must also include Fall Arrest Certification.


These machines come in a variety of models, designs and makes. Some of the most common ones are Raymond, Yale, Clark, Nissan, Mitsubishi and Crown. These machines are electrically powered trucks that also implement the use of hydraulics. The basic functions are standard on all trucks, the placement of the controls and overall "feel" of the machines might seem different however if you learn how to operate one, with a little bit of practise you will be able to adapt to any other orderpicker machine easily.

We offer orderpicker training in Brampton and the GTA, our certification course consists of all required theory and practical safety principles, such as the importance of the pre-operational safety check, the do's and don'ts while operating at heights and the importance of always wearing the safety harness.

For the Distribution and logistics environment this is a great addition to your resume as a forklift operator and companies will generally pay a bit more than a regular "floor level" orderpicker (worker).

 

Please have a look at other courses offered at The UFT Center.

 

See what our trainees are saying about us:  TESTIMONIALS

 

Corporate Training.......

                          scissorlift training-boomlift-manlift 

 

                            

Scissorlift Training and Certification

We offer Scissorlift Training in Brampton and the GTA

 

Scissorlift Recertification now only $75 - The Scissorlift is part of the aerial work platform family of machines. These machines are highly used, but not limited to construction sites.  The uses for these machines could be for running electrical wiring, telephone and computer lines, they are used for maintenance duties and sometimes for doing Inventory. Basically these machines can access high areas safely and allow the operator to work comfortably.  The scissorlift come in a variety of makes, models and designs. The aerial work platforms family consists of a smaller version of scissorlift which is called the Man Up, as well as Boom Lifts, Trailer Mounted Booms and Self Propelled Booms. Some of the most commonly used brands are Skyjack, Genie, Skytrack and Snorkel. 

Although most machines are electrically powered, diesel and propane powered machine are also available. The basics are standard on all trucks although the controls placement and overall "feel" of the machines might seem different, if you learn how to operate one, with a little bit of practise you will be able to adapt to the others.

Aerial work platforms are not at all difficult to operate; they all do basically the same thing.  This would be to, lift the operator to a specific point and then back down.  Unlike other lift machines (forklifts) the traveling speed on these machines is very slow, in comparison.  This is also a part of the design built into the machine for safety purposes.

What makes these machines dangerous is the fact that the operator will be working at heights, according to ministry regulations this would imply that the operator should also have Fall Arrest Training before operating any one of these machines.

By taking our scissorlift training course you will qualify to operate anyone of these machines, all you would need is just to familiarize yourself with the controls on the specific machine, be sure you do your pre-operational safety check, ensure you wear your safety harness, follow all the safety rules and only use the lift for what is was designed for.

Please see our other courses offered and register today.

 

Corporate Training.......

 

 Walkie training brampton     Walkie License gta       Walkie Certification         Walkie Training 

 

Walkie Training and Certification

We offer walkie training and certification in Brampton and the GTA                               

 

Walkie Recertification now only $75- Also known as the pallet truck and electric hand truck the walkie is highly used in the ground level order picking process. It is a small yet versatile and quick for loading, offloading and moving freight in a around a facility. They vary from small walk only versions to double length ride-on ones, complete with a type of booster for extra speed. 

The basics are standard on all walkie trucks although the controls placement and overall "feel" of the machines might seem different, if you learn how to operate one, with a little bit of familiarizing you will be able to adapt to any electric pallet truck.

Although small, the walkie must not be underestimated when it comes to the dangers associated to its misuse.  Operators must be properly trained on exactly how dangerous this small machine could be.  Some of the considerations that must be taken into account are that, the operator is exposed. Unlike other forklifts that have a protective operator's compartment, most electric walkies do not.  This means that the walkie operator must always be aware and on the look out to avoid being injured. 

Walkies come in a variety of models, designs and makes. Some of the most common are Raymond, Yale, Clark and Crown. Just as the name implies, electric power truck, these machines are electrically powered.  After taking our walkie certification course the operator would have been trained on the proper care and maintenance of the battery.

See what our trainees say about The UFT Center:  TESTIMONIALS

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What we offer in Forklift Training

- Operator Re-Certification $75.00

(With Expired Cerfificate or experience demo on a Forklift)

- Forklift Training in Brampton & Forklift Certification in GTA on: Counterbalance, Reach Truck, Orderpicker, Walkie and Scissorlift.

- Individual or Corporate Forklift Training available (Any size group)

- New Forklift Operator Training, Refresher Training and Re-certification

- Video and Powerpoint presentation training designed to meet any workplace environment

- Fall Arrest Training, and WHMIS Training in Toronto and GTA

   Call or Text to book (647)983-5544

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1935 Drew Rd. Unit - Twenty Four (#24)

Mississauga ON LS5 1M7