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LLOP and PPT Training Suffolk, Norfolk, and Essex


LLOP (low level order picker) and PPT (powered pedestrian truck) is being used in busy warehouses, carrying out tasks like loading unloading lorries, more reliable way of delivering goods and more efficient way of on time delivery of the work task.

MV & Sons EE UK are happy to offer LLOP and PPT training courses to private individuals at our premises or to a company who wishes to get there staff trained at there premises.

Course includes:

  • Pallet Trucks
  • Pedestrian Rider
  • LLOP
  • PPT
  • Pallet Stackers
  • High Lift Platform Trucks
  • Lateral Stackers
  • Stand On
  • Health and Safety at Work Acts
  • Codes of practice
  • Truck systems
  • Basic operation and controls
  • Pre-operative checks
  • Safe working loads
  • Principles of operation
  • Stacking and de-stacking
  • High / low / eye level operation
  • Steering operations
  • Practical operations
  • Truck stability
  • Practical and written tests

Course duration 1 day, please do not hesitate to contact us for more info.

On the sucssesfull completion of the course the candidate will be issued with an BRITTOP acredited certificate and a photo id card.

MV and Sons EE UK training services LTD offers wide range of LLOP (Low Level Order Picker) and PPT (Powered Pallet Truck) driver training in and around London, Essex and Suffolk covering all the major towns in East London, West London, North London, South London, Ipswich, Norwich, Chelmsford, Colchester, Southend, Basildon, Romford, Ilford, Newmarket, Harlow as well as neighbouring Cambridge, Kent and Northampton areas with easy access from the M25, M11, A127, A12 and A14.

Our instructor can travel to you if you have your own equipment if not you can come to us. We are a one stop training provider NPORS, IPAF, BRITTOp ACCREDITED FOR ALL YOUR TRAINING NEEDS WITH INSTRUCTORS THAT SPEAK RUSSIAN, LITHUANIAN, ENGLISH, POLISH, ROMANIAN LANGUAGES.


Polish and Lithuanian languages are also spoken!
Have your Eastern European workers trained in their own language

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