Forklift / Reachtruck / Mobile Elevated Working Platform assessment

Certifying the user of a Forklift, Reachtruck or Mobile Elevated Working Platform can be done in various ways. The standard method is to participate in a training, concluded with an exam. DELTA offers an alternative for experienced users, in which a DELTA Safety Training certificate can be achieved by showings one’s competence during an assessment. DELTA conducts assessments for both experienced persons who have not yet obtained a certificate and for persons with a (soon) expired certificate.

Course Content

All aspects relating to safe and expert use of the means of transportare will be evaluated during a practical assessment, also called a demonstration of previously acquired competences  or EVC-procedure. Theoretical knowledge is tested by asking questions during the assessment.  

Course Details

The individual assessment takes one hour per category.  

Certificate

Successful delegates receive a DELTA certificate with a validity of five years. 

Language

The assessment is conducted in Dutch. Upon request the assessment can be conducted in English.

Location

The assessment takes place at DELTA Safety Training. Upon request the assessment can be conducted on location. 

Conditions for Participation

No entry requirements apply to this assessment. 

Price

The price in the top right corner is the price per category at DELTA Safety Training and includes the course material, use of the practical resources, certificate costs, coffee and tea. All prices exclude VAT.

Additional Information

  • The available course dates are shown in the top right corner of the page. 
  • These courses are very suitable for individual participants or small groups. For group bookings or incompany courses, we are happy to make you a customised offer. 
  • If you wish to receive any additional information, please do not hesitate  to contact us. 

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