So, do you need a Telehandler Licence?
PURPOSE OF TRAINING
Telehandler Training provides the accreditation required to operate a telehandler. And, receive a Gold Card Licence (Telehandler Ticket). So why is this training important? This training develops Telehandler Operator competency and ensures that duty of care requirements are covered to meet OHS/WHS legislation. So, whether you are an experienced or novice telehandler operator this training is suitable for you.
YG Lifting Solutions are the Telehandler Training experts. In fact, we have been issuing Telehandler Tickets for longer than any other trainer in the industry. And, we are the leading training provider.
So, don't delay. Book your telehandler training today! And, learn from the best.
Call us on 1300 300 605 or send us an enquiry.
YG helped develop the nationally accredited industry training program working in conjunction with the Elevated Platform Association of Australia (EWPA). So, that's why YG are the telehandler experts!
The Telehandler Licence training program is designed for people needing to develop the skills and knowledge required to operate telehandlers with different attachment combinations. Also, participants may complete singular or multiple modules according to the telehandler as well as the attachment combination they will be operating.
- Forks (F),
- Crane Jib (J),
- Earthmoving Bucket (B), as well as
- Other (O) covering other types of attachments such as bale grabs, work platforms, sweepers etc.
TELEHANDLER TRAINING OUTLINE
- Licencing and training requirements
- Planning and preparing for operations
- Conducting pre-operational checks
- Operating the telehandler
- Attaching, securing, lifting, carrying and placing materials and loads
- Selecting, fitting and moving attachments, and
- Shutting down and securing the telescopic handler and worksite
The operator is issued a Telehandler Ticket once they are competent in the safe use and operation of a telehandler. In addition, they will have completed the assessment tasks as set out by the accredited trainers. The Gold Card is a photo ID card that is valid for 5 years of operation.
Telehandler Gold Cards are also known by various names. For example, Telehandler Licence, Telehandler Ticket, Telehandler Certificate, Manitou Licence and Manitou Ticket. Therefore, these all mean the same thing.
Do you need a YELLOW CARD LICENCE rather than a Telehandler GOLD CARD LICENCE?
A Yellow Card Licence is for operators of EWPs, also known as mobile elevated work platforms. This includes boom and scissor lifts with lift heights up to 11 metres. YG Lifting Solutions now offers EWP Ticket Yellow Card Training. To book or find out more visit our Yellow Card Training webpage.
Telehandler Training courses are held every Monday and Friday at Smeaton Grange in Sydney. Just 10 minutes from Campbelltown. Also, group training can be done at your site anywhere in NSW. So, what are you waiting for? Give us a call now!
Training takes between 6-8 hrs. Duration depends on class size, amount of attachment types being trained on. And, the level of experience of the operators. You'll be qualified before you know it!
It is delivered using visual aids, verbal explanation, demonstration and observation. Practical training is scheduled One on One. Above all, it's fun and interactive. Our expert trainers will assist participants to meet the requirements. It's easy! In fact, anyone can do it.
So, if you enjoy hands on training then this is for you!
TELEHANDLER TICKET RENEWALS
Telehandler Gold Card Tickets are valid for 5 years. Therefore, they need to be renewed after this time.
Participants should be at least 18 years of age.
For instance, applicants between 14 years 9 months and 18 years of age will have an Restricted Gold Card Issued marked with an R. The restriction will only allow the operator to operate a Telehandler under the direct supervision of an unrestricted Gold Card holder of the same Telehandler class. Then, when the operator turns 18 and has held their Restricted Gold Card for 3 or more years, they will require refresher training. After that, the Telescopic Handler Association of Australia will issue them with an unrestricted licence.
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