• Rebecca Hill
    1
    Does anyone know of any North Island providers that have Filipino speaking trainers for forklift training (new and refresher participants). Last time I employed an interpreter but testing waters if this has changed since a couple years ago.
  • Jane
    92
    We use https://www.drivingtests.co.nz/course/forklift/ for training.
    They have language support for the online course, and we have found them to be very responsive to a phonecall.
    We sign-off the practical test internally, means we can test against our vehicles, spaces and loads.
    Really, really happy with the level of understanding that is coming from the course, finding it better than the tick and flick courses.
  • Kate Thompson
    6
    We use the same DT course as we have multiple operators and truck drivers with English as a second language and they can take it at their own pace to make sure they understand it. Before then, operators would come back from classroom courses and we could tell that they struggled to maintain enough focus to pick up everything that was taught. There's a Tagalog language option, so maybe worth giving it a go in your scenario.
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