CPCS Forward Tipping Dumper (A09)
The CPCS Dumper Course allows plant operators and drivers to attend the relevant training to hold an operators ticket. With this ticket, they will be able to work on-site. Likely, the plant operator’s card will soon be compulsory.
How long is the course?
Who should attend the Dumper course?
Novice operators who need a full novice course and are looking to obtain the CPCS Red Card.
Is the Dumper course accredited?
Delegates need to have a current Health and Safety test pass and it must have been attended in the last two years. The delegate must sit the practical and theory test once they have passed their touch screen test.
The training is designed to educate those who want to work on-site and operate a dumper, as well as serving as a refresher for more experienced operators. The intermediate and novice courses objective is to provide further knowledge rather than refreshed knowledge.
What does the CPCS Dumper course cover?
The content covered by the CPCS Dumper course includes:
- Basic procedures
- Skills and knowledge associated with the dumper
- Site safety awareness
- Health and safety procedures
- Control competence
- Operating procedures and safety checks whilst unladen and laden and loading and unloading
What is required to pass the CPCS Dumper training course?
The delegate will have a one to one discussion with a tester and have to attain a mark of approximately 80%. A typical novice A09 dumper course would include both theoretical and practical training.
Do you know how to obtain your CPCS Card to be able to operate your machine on-site? Find out how to get a CPCS card here.
You may also want to attend one of our other Plant Training Courses accredited by CPCS and NPORS here.