Plant and Industrial Equipment Training
Plant & Construction Training
COTS offer a comprehensive range of training covering many of today’s popular pieces of equipment used on building and construction sites, farms, industrial and manufacturing facilities. COTS offer RTITB and NPORS qualifications for entry level novice operators through to experienced refresher training both at our premises or carried out onsite with a client if needed.
Our experienced admin staff will guide you through the initial booking, selection of qualification and required documentation, then our team of highly qualified instructors will provide you with first class training allowing you time to perfect your skills and gain confidence in operating your chosen machine.
NPORS & RTITB accreditation offered for:
Rough Terrain Forklift
Lorry Loader Crane
MEWP (Mobile Elevated Work Platform)
Our latest NPORS accredited course include
NPORS accredited Plant and Construction courses
The following courses are offered as both Novice and Experienced operator level, full course notes certificates and the new NPORS Id card with
N001 Industrial Counterbalanced Lift Truck
N003 Reach Truck
N004 Lorry Mounted Lift Truck
N009 Rough Terrain Lift Truck
N10 Telescopic Handler
N108 MEWP Boom
N109 MEWP Scissor
N201 Excavator 180°
N202 Excavator 360°
N123 Excavator Mini up to 5 tonnes
N204 Forward Tipping Dumper
N205 Rear Tipping Dumper
N212 Skid Steer Loader
N601 Agricultural Tractor
N214 Road Roller
Harness and Fall arrest system
Why choose NPORS ?
Established in 1992, the National Plant Operators Registration Scheme is now one of the UK’S leading Accreditation bodies, working across the Construction, Industrial, Utilities, Warehousing and Distribution, Agriculture, Ports and Marine sectors. NPORS accreditation offers flexibility, whilst maintaining standards both nationally and internationally and is now recognised by the UKCG (United Kingdom construction Group)
During an interview with The Construction Index – UKCG head of safety, health & environment David Lambert said that the major contractors wanted to “ensure there are no unreasonable barriers” when it comes to plant operator certification. He said that having two separate approved card schemes, (NPORS and CPCS) in competition with each other, would promote efficiency and make life easier for site managers.