UK's Premier Forklift Training Centre
HL Training Services deliver in centre and on-site training for mobile plant, forklift and HSE courses such as First Aid and Manual Handling. All training is accredited by ITSSAR, the Independent Training Standards Scheme and Register whose certificates are recognised nationwide. H L Training Services are based in the South West and are accredited ITSSAR to deliver forklift instructor and forklift operator training. We pride ourselves in the service and high standard of training delivered to all our clients and ensure we deliver the best training possible. New to our in centre training is our satellite site in Clevedon nr Bristol where we deliver telescopic forklift, 360 excavator and mini digger training. We are extremely proud of the service we provide. We have monthly centre visits from accrediting bodies, which ensures the centre maintains it’s professional stature and delivers training to the highest standards.
We are a professionally run family business with over 25 years experience delivering forklift and mobile plant training, our client base is truly international with clients from Saudi Arabia, France, Hong Kong, Malta and Nigeria. H L training services are an ELCAS training provider for the MOD, offering approved Level 3 qualifications for service leavers.
Angela Hueston, Company Director
Angie and the team truly couldn’t have done anymore to cater for what I wanted, or delivered any higher standard of training.
Our Latest Blog Posts
- Available Courses week commencing 02/05/16 onwards
To access our list of available courses, please read through this blog. Otherwise, you can visit our facebook, twitter, linkedin or google+ pages. These all get updated regularry, however courses fill quickly, so to book your place and avoid disappointment, call the office today! 0117 952 5625 Course Title Operator Experience Course Duration Date Available […]
- Forklift Operator Killed in 2013, Large Steel Fabrication Company fined
A large steel fabrication company have been fined £135,000 and ordered to pay costs of £46,020 after pleading guilty to a non-causative breach of Regulation 5(1) of the Management of Health and Safety Work Regulations 1999 for the fatal accident in 2013. The operator was killed when the truck he was operating overturned. When reversing […]