We are offering normal* on-site training to companies who are in any aria where the average Covid-19 infection rates are between 1-9. If you would like to check where you current infection rate is sitting just enter your post code into the following government website. Here is the link…... It should open in a separate page so you won’t loose this one.
IF you are in a higher Covid-19 rate area ie. 10-19 or higher we can offer 2 day Novice course as distance learning with a maximum of 2 candidates along with any refresher/experienced lorryloader operator courses. All courses using distance learning will be with a shortened visit on site for the practical elements to achieve ALLMI accreditation.
As all our training is on-site and involves travel over the whole country. We will be assessing each training program we offer individually and always with the current “Exceptional Times” being taken into account.
New Distance Learning Courses have been added to our ALLMI operator accreditation from…….. 12th May 2020
ALL our re-certification courses under the ALLMI accreditation can be completed using both normal and distance learning, with individual operator assessment the next day, and with a shortened on-site visit from the instructor in the case of the distance learning program.
Any ALLMI certificates that run out during the present situation will be deemed to be out of accreditation, unless they have been temporary extended and acknowledged by ALLMI. At present this applies to certificates that run out on or before the 31st July 2020 to be eligible for the certificate extension. This scheme has now closed and I understand that at present it is not going to be extended.
Experienced Operator (Conversion Courses 1 day) can be taken on the same course as operators who are being re-certificated. Should you need to gain your first ALLMI certificate based on using a current accreditation from one of the other “ABAwt 2012″ accredited body’s. Please ring
Job Retention Scheme rules allow for employees to keep there PDT (Personal development training) on track
‘Furloughed employees can engage in training, as long as in undertaking the training the employee does not provide services to, or generate revenue for, or on behalf of their organisation. Furloughed employees should be encouraged to undertake training.’
Please ensure that you check any issues relating to training for furloughed employees with your Human Resources dept. / advisor.
Last Updated 23rd September 2020
(*Taking into account COVID-19 planning)