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With several accredited instructors available, we can train candidates at our training centre in Sheffield, or nationally on-site at your premises.
Coronavirus UK Government Update
We at national truck training are taking every precaution possible to keep us and our candidates safe in this difficult time.
National truck training forklift training centre is doing its very best to look after candidates and staff during this outbreak.
Some small businesses are making the decision, or being required, to close in accordance with government guidance. Certain small businesses that provide services to Transport and Logistics, Food Supply Chain Industry and Key Workers etc are currently classed as essential to infrastructure and are a priority. As we provides a service to several businesses of this type, we will continue to deliver our training courses for as long as possible.
As far as we are concerned it is business as usual, with the introduction of some extra safeguarding precautions:
Everyone entering our premises will be asked to use hand sanitiser as they enter.
All candidates will have their temperature taken.
Anyone displaying any symptoms will be politely asked to leave and reconvene their training at another date.
Everyone will be asked to maintain the minimum social distance of two meters, at all times.
Everyone will be asked to use hand sanitiser, on a regular basis, during their training.
If any of the below apply, please contact us ASAP prior to your course start date, and we will do our best to reschedule your course once you are cleared to do so:
IF YOU are deemed to be at high risk, we will rearrange your course for a later date.
IF you have visited one of the high-risk countries/areas withing the last 14 days, or there are any confirmed cases in your immediate family/circle of friends or workplace.
IF you are experiencing a cough, shortness of breath or a fever (temperature ≥ 38 degrees).