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Latest Course Information 2015

ACE Forklift Training Courses

ACE Forklift Training and Assessment pride themselves on their dynamic and interactive Forklift Courses. Specifically tailored to meet individual and industry needs, you can rest assured you’ll be able to find the right package for your or your employees. Enrol in our Forklift Training Courses at a day and time that suits you – choose from the following:

Christmas Closure Periods

ACE Forklift Training will be running normal course dates until Tuesday 22 – Wednesday 23 December.

Christmas & New Years closure periods:

CLOSED Thursday, 24 December – Monday, 28 December

CLOSED Wednesday 30 December – Friday 1 January

Special Forklift Courses over the holiday period:

Tuesday 29 – Wednesday 30 December 2015

Saturday 2 – Sunday 3 January 2016

Normal courses recommence:

4 January 2016

Forklift Course Specials

Beginner Forklift Training Courses are held over two days from 8:00am – 3:00pm for $350.00 per person. Courses run every day of the week except for Friday and Sunday. Click here to view our latest specials, including:

Beginner Forklift Courses – 2+ for $250.00 per person (confirmed bookings)

Experienced Forklift Courses – 3+ for $250.00 per person

On-Site and In-Centre Forklift Training Courses

ACE hold in-centre Forklift Courses every day of the week at our state-of-the-art Training Facility in Padstow. If that’s a little far for your business, we also accommodate on-site Forklift Training courses on-site at your premises! ACE training providers frequently visit the following locations to deliver tailored Forklift Training courses to four or more staff:

First Aid Training

Working in a high-risk workplace? ACE first aid training will help you assess and assist in any onsite medical emergency. At our course, students are taught how to assess risk, identify a crisis and deal with the situation using effective, respectful and possibly life-saving procedures.

Verification of Competency (VOC)

Some large companies are now requesting a Verification of Competency (VOC). If the training has been done recently and by a reputable organisation, this should not be necessary. However, a lot of contractors are now finding this to be another hurdle they need to jump over. Be careful who you use for this service, as some VOCs that are issued end up being fraudulent documents that cannot be used in the workplace. Check the qualifications of the people who are actually issuing the VOC and that it is not just a tick and flick to issue it. The VOC should ensure that the worker has been given adequate instruction and training, having regard to:

  • The nature of the work carried out by the worker
  • The nature of the risks associated with the work at the time of the information, training and instruction, and the control measures implemented
  • Information, training and instruction is provided in a way that is readily understandable by any person to whom it is provided
  • Whether it can also be contextualised for the company’s needs.

Once training is successfully completed, a Statement of Attainment or license is issued. There is no set expiry date for a VOC certificate. The length of time that the VOC is valid for largely depends on the requirements of the company requesting them.

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