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National Plant Operators Scheme Standards

1st Call Training Ltd. is accredited to deliver training and testing to National Plant Operators Scheme Standards. The Centre Number is 73704.

History

  • NPORS was formed in 1992.
  • NPORS has accredited over 1000 instructors and training providers who operate on national and international projects.
  • During this time we have worked hard to ensure that appropriate training and assessments are being delivered to employers in the Construction, Utilities, Distribution and Warehousing, Ports and Marine, Rail and Agricultural Sectors.

Current Standings / Objectives

  • NPORS have currently registered over 160,000 operators who have been employed across all UK industry sectors.
  • The Health and Safety Executive recognise NPORS as competent to accredit and monitor organisations to train instructors and/or to train, test and certificate operators.
  • NPORS has been an Accredited Body recognised by HSE since 1999 for Rider-operated Lift Trucks: Operator Training – Approved Code of Practice (L117).
  • NPORS sit on the HSE Accrediting Bodies Forum along with the other accrediting bodies, RTITB, AITT, ITSSAR, Lantra and Construction Skills (CITB).
  • The main objective of NPORS is to allow NPORS Accredited Training Providers a flexible approach to meet the needs of the employer to help and assist in providing an adequately trained workforce within the UK.

Assessment of Prior Knowledge & Experience

Any Training Required

Theory Test

Practical Test

PASS

(Recommended Refreshers 3/5 Years)

In-House Certification

1st Call Training can also offer In-House certification in the form of both certificate and card if required. Although the certificate is not accredited by one of the above organisations, it still shows the delegate has been trained and tested to a standard approved by an accredited test centre. In-House certification takes the same template process as both ITSSAR and NPORS accreditations, with refresher training recommended every three to five years, in line with the Health and Safety Executive [HSE].

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