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Every year workers are killed or injured when moving loads, especially when using mechanical devices to move them by lifting and swinging. This online course offers a route to ensuring all your staff...more

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Aims To explain the operation of different types of motors, including petrol and electric engines. To explain the principles of hydraulics in relation to agricultural and horticultural use. ...more

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Day Rate - Price per day not per person. Not a public course. For organisations only. Please contact us for further information At NCSkills we provide high quality low cost courses for organisations...more

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Training in the use of work equipment is required by most health and safety legislation and work at height regulations. Employers are obliged to train employees. This course is to train delegates in the...more

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