VNA - VERY NARROW AISLE

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very narrow isle truck

Very narrow aisle trucks are used for stacking loads, stock replenishment and medium to high level order picking. As the name suggests, the truck operates in very narrow high aisles.

The VNA’s unique feature is its steering method. VNA trucks are normally only steered by the operator when transferring from one stacking aisle to another. Once in the aisle the trucks are automatically guided by wire, rail or radio guidance.

  • Man down is the name given to equipment where the operator remains at ground level.
  • Man up is where the operator in the cab goes up in the air with the forks and load, thus making it quicker and easier to deposit or retrieve load or stock raised up to the picking level.

Availability:

This course type is currently available to those business customers who can accommodate on their site or at our FLT Training Centre in Bromborough, Wirral.

The course covers, but is not limited to, the following areas:

  • An introduction to the truck
  • Driving the truck (including narrow aisles under automatic guidance)
  • Laden and unladed manoeuvring
  • Operation of the hydraulics
  • Battery care and maintenance
  • Picking up and setting down
  • Loading with the man-up function
  • Handling awkward loads

Course types:

Our courses are split into four separate category types:

Novice Course

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.

1 Candidate = 3 Day Course

2 Candidates = 4 Day Course

3 Candidates = 5 Day Course

Refresher Course

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.

1 Candidate = 1 Day Course

2 Candidates = 1 Day Course

3 Candidates = 1 Day Course

Existing Operator Course

TL Training defines an ‘Existing Operator’ as somebody who has previous experience of using this specific truck type but has not received formal training or has no documentary evidence to prove previous training took place.

Our RTITB Existing 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.

1 Candidate = 2 Day Course

2 Candidates = 2 Day Course

3 Candidates = 3 Day Course

Conversion Course

A ‘Conversion’ course is suitable for candidates who are qualified operators on a different type of forklift truck (convert from reach, counterbalance ect) and wish to learn how to operate this specific truck type safely.

Our RTITB Conversion Course is designed to instruct up to a maximum of 3 delegates. The number of training days required depends upon the number of candidates.

1 Candidate = 1 Day Course

2 Candidates = 2 Day Course

3 Candidates = 2 Day Course