SKID STEER LOADER OPERATOR TRAINING
COURSE TITLE: SKID STEER LOADER OPERATOR
LOCATION: On-site (at customerís location)
Skid Steer Loader Safety Training can be tailored for any level of experience or geared to provide evaluations for more experienced operators. It covers safety aspects, preventive maintenance, operating techniques, and proper procedures for using skid-steer loaders in both classroom and hands-on simulations. Skid steer loader training is progressive as the instructor will introduce general maneuvers and those of increased complexity.
A Bianchi Instructor will visit your location to provide employee training and/or conduct field evaluations of each operator. Participants will be directed to attempt and practice simulations to demonstrate their understanding of skid-steer operation. Program content can be adjusted to meet particular issues or concerns, and the instructor will personally assist individuals with sticking points.
Small group sizes and/or muliple machines are recommended to maintain student/machine ratios consistent with our quality standards. Skid Steer Loader(s) must be available for this training. Customers receive class rosters and course evaluations. Participants receive a wallet card 'certificate of completion' and a copy of our proprietary SKID STEER LOADER TRAINING BOOK.
For compact track-loaders visit: COMPACT TRACK LOADER TRAINING
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
RECOMENDED TO ATTEND: Employees required to operate or maintain skid steer loaders.
- Conduct walk around inspections and preventive maintenance.
- Demonstrate component identification.
- Demonstrate understanding of safe skid steer loader operation.
- Demonstrate various maneuvers and loader techniques.
- Demonstrate effective machine positioning and material control.
- Understand key aspects of transporting and hauling.
DURATION: 1-3 Days (depends upon experience)
MAXIMUM CLASS SIZE: 3-5
AVAILABILITY: North America, Global upon request.
PRICING: Available upon request.
"good class...I feel much more comfortable and knowledgeable operating the machine..."
City of Norman, OK
Liability exposure is elevated by not employing competent operators and maintaining proof of such competence. A competent individual is one who has the knowledge, experience, and training to safely and effectively perform their duties. Experience alone or hand-me-down knowledge does not replace the foundational aspects of formal training and operator evaluations.