Tow truck, tow tractor or tow tugs are designed primarily for towing single or multiple trailers. Used widely in transport applications (particularly airports) and the motor and manufacturing industries, tow trucks enable large amounts of goods to be moved at the same time to common or multiple destinations with a single operator.
This course type is currently only available to those business customers who can accommodate training on their site.
The course covers, but is not limited to, the following areas:
- Controls and instruments
- Starting/ moving/ stopping and steering
- Pre-use inspection
- Driving on/ off ramps and inclines
- Battery care and maintenance
- Coupling and uncoupling
- Reversing and manoeuvring
Our courses are split into three separate category types:
TL Training defines a ‘Novice’ as somebody who has no previous (or very limited) experience of using this specific truck type.
Our RTITB Novice Operator Course is designed to instruct up to a maximum of 3 delegates. The number of training days required depends upon the number of candidates.
TL Training defines a ‘Refresher’ as somebody who has previous experience of using this specific truck type and can provide documentary evidence of previous formal training.
Our RTITB Refresher Course is designed to instruct up to a maximum of 3 delegates. The number of training days required depends upon the number of candidates.