Operator Training

All Courses available including Zoom (if required) for our 2-day Novice courses.

Experienced Operator

1 Day – Max 4 delegates

Novice Course

2 Days – Max 4 delegates

Novice Zoom Course

2 Days – Max 2 delegates


1 Day – Max 4 delegates

Previous Experience Form

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Course Summary

The ALLMI Operator Course consists of 15 modules and is either one or two days in duration (depending on whether the candidate is a novice or experienced operator). Both the one- and two-days courses culminate in a written and practical examination.

Assessment Process

The assessment process is set by ALLMI Ltd and administered by the instructor. It consists of two theoretical assessment and one practical. The theoretical assessment consists of a set of core multiple choice and ‘open’ questions, as well as questions which relate specifically to the crane attachment being used. The practical assessment is designed to identify whether the candidate has the appropriate practical skills to operate a lorry loader safely and efficiently.

Zoom Courses

Should your company operating policy be to give as much perceived protection to your operators as possible from COVID-19 we are able to offer all our courses with a Zoom element. Further details are available here.

Course Completion

Upon successful completion of the course, every candidate will receive an identity card and certificate and will be registered on the ALLMI Operator database. The certificate and identity card are valid for five years, after which time refresher training and assessment will need to be undertaken. Both the identity card and certificate state the categories for which the operator is licensed. Candidates will receive the ALLMI Operator’s manual, which is used as a reference guide throughout their career.

CPC Course

All ALLMI Courses can qualify for training hours towards Driver CPC periodic training. ALLMI training courses are the only lorry loader training courses in the UK to be commended by the Health and Safety Executive.

(Updated 19th July 2021).

Remote control operation

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