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If you’re seeking work in a warehousing environment, there are loads of forklift courses to enrol in for licensing (and loads of people who have their tickets).
To make yourself stand out for a role and be more employable across the board, it can be worthwhile to consider the specific types of machinery the employer is likely to use on their worksite.
For many warehouses – especially those with high rise storage pallet racking – a high reach (or industrial reach) forklift truck is used because of its ability to have an extended lift height.
Reach trucks are designed to work in narrow aisles and spaces (perfect for warehouse scenarios) and the driver sits sideways while operating the machine.
If you’re looking to get work in a warehouse, transport or logistics role, most jobs will require a ticket and logged hours using the appropriate machinery.
Elevated Training has a high reach truck available and can open up our live training site to show you how to operate the machine in a practical setting.
Learning how to operate forklifts, or reach trucks specifically, is simple through Elevated Training.
We provide straightforward classroom and worksite training so you can get the all skills you need in the one place and come out with all the formal licencing and accreditation.
You can gain hands-on experience operating various machinery and log training hours using our equipment and be fully prepared for your desired job.
Our experienced team provides a wide range of vocational training for forklift tickets, EWP licences and more.
All courses are tailored to suit various roles and industries, and we offer after-hour and weekend training to minimise disruption to your schedule.
If you think getting experience on a high reach forklift would be advantageous, call us today – or book online for 10% off your course fee.