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COURSE PRICES

At L T Dickinson we will always try to remain competitive with our prices. We have researched our business and the prices we charge for the quality of training we provide is excellent value for money.

All of our Health and Safety courses (Excluding IOSH) are priced at £300 for a half day course and this is for up to 12 delegates at your premises. You can even run 2 half day courses in the same day from our list for £500. The price includes all certification on completion of the course and we will even run these courses at weekends for no extra cost.

The prices for our MHE (Mechanical Handling Equipment) will depend on what course is required; this could be FLT, Specialised or plant. We can run these courses accredited or non-accredited, the training for either course will be to exactly the same high standards that we work to, the only difference is the accredited courses will incur a small cost for the registration which falls in to 2 categories.

Option 1
Unique i.d. number. This is a cost of £5.40 per operator and it will be a one off payment. With this you get a unique number from ITSSAR on your first accredited course, this number will remain with the operator and any future course that is completed and will be on the operator’s certificate.
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Option 2
I.D. card. This is costed at £9 per operator and for this the operator will get a photo I’d. card from ITSSAR with the truck category on the back of the card. This payment of £9 will have to be paid after each course as ITSSAR charge for new cards with additional trucks added.
For a full list of our course prices please contact us through the website or you could always email us @www.ltdickinsontraining@gmail.com

Non accredited training

Non accredited training as previously stated will be to exactly the same standard as accredited training but the operator will not be registered with the governing body (ITSSAR).

You will still receive a certificate of training for the operator and all training records for the course attended. This will prove that you have still covered your responsibilities for adequate training under Health and Safety Law.

Non accredited training is an advantage if you want to cover your employees whilst working on your site; it is also more cost effective. A dis-advantage is that they will not be able to take the certification to another employer as it will not be recognised.

To discuss any of our pricing options please feel free to contact us via the website.