This is the Theory portion of the program which starts with a written test based on the concepts covered in the operator’s reference manuals. The test consists of ten (10) multiple choice/essay type questions. These tests are graded and returned to the forklift ticket trainees and then reviewed to ensure understanding. A minimum score of 70% is required to pass this phase of the program.
Phase 3 – Practical Forklift Training
This is the hands-on portion of the program where the trainees are shown the pre-use inspection, safe operating procedures, and parking/shut-down procedures and then given the opportunity to practice under the helpful eye of the program instructor. *Time may vary.
Phase 4 – Forklift ticket Practical Evaluation
Forklift ticket trainees are assessed as having reached a minimum skill level and are individually evaluated using a Forklift in a reasonably challenging course (site specific). Following the evaluation, forklift ticket trainees are debriefed and given the opportunity to address any issues they may have regarding any phase of the program. Each successful trainee"s employer will receive official records and documents shortly after the end of the program. *Time may vary.
Forklift Training School
If you work in construction, heavyweight machinery probably doesn’t intimidate you—not because you have no fear, but because you know your way around it.
Driving a forklift is no different.
You may be a skilled driver, having driven a plethora of complicated vehicles. When it comes to forklifts, however, you’re required by law to attend a training school before you can get behind the wheel.
At Metro Safety Training, we value your safety, and hold a high regard for professionalism in every line of profession. This is why we offer forklift training in addition to our emergency services.