John Jones Training and Assessment Services are experts in commercial driving skills training and assessment. Courses can be tailored to your company’s needs.
Used correctly, tractors are very versatile vehicles with a wide variety of uses. The ever-wider range of types and attachments now available makes them even more flexible and effective tools in land-based industries. However, even the most experienced tractor drivers need to update their knowledge and skills to get the best out of new machinery. Safety is paramount: serious accidents can and do occur without proper training.
Training is a legal requirement. The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER) require employers to provide adequate training and to ensure that tractors are driven only by employees who have received appropriate training in their safe use, including with attachments and trailers. If you are self-employed, the regulations still apply.
ATVS – all types (quads, multi-wheeled and tracked including loads and implements 1-2 days
BASIC TRAILER HANDLING ON ROAD (includes legal aspects of towing) – 1 day
BASIC TRAILER HANDLING OFF ROAD – 1 day
4 X 4 PROFESSIONAL OFF ROAD DRIVING- 1, 2 or 3 days
TRACTOR DRIVING – all types (including track laying) 1-4 days
TRACTOR DRIVING ON SLOPES – 1-2 days
180 DEGREE EXCAVATOR – all types – 1-10 days
360 DEGREE EXCAVATOR – all types – 1-10 days
All courses can be delivered with outcomes leading to national and internationally recognised certification.
Quality control is managed by the awarding bodies and all trainers and assessors attend regular updates and are monitored by the awarding bodies.
Alternatively courses can be tailored to suit company needs and issued with John Jones Training and Assessment Services certification which would identify the course content, duration of course and instructor name. All Instructors used for delivering John Jones Training and Assessment Services courses hold the appropriate awarding body qualifications.
The duration of courses vary according to experience of trainees, complexity of equipment and depth of knowledge/level required.
Awarding body registration charges vary according to course / qualifications undertaken and hence quotations can be given once the customer’s requirements have been agreed.
Courses are delivered where possible on the client’s premises, providing the site and the equipment meet the legal standards and criteria for delivering the course outcomes.