Suspended loads telehandler training – ACOP meets high demand

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We have seen a surge in tests for the new CPCS A17E (suspended loads) category. This category is for existing telehandler card holders that work with hook attachments and travel with suspended loads.

The CPCS technical test involves a shortened theory test. You can find the questions here (Word doc). The questions relating to the lift chart are now a mandatory section.

There is also a practical test which involves lifting a variety of loads with a hook attachment and working alongside a slinger/ signaller.

Other training categories are available, including questions.

If you would like some more information on training or to book a test, please get in touch.

15 Comments

  1. Will Barton

    Hi what is the cost and can this be taken over weekends pls thanks

  2. Gillian Hirst

    Hi I am looking for an open course for CPCS A17e around North Wales, I have one person for this.

  3. Siôn Jones

    Gillian,

    Thanks for getting in touch.

    We run the A17E suspended loads courses from our South Wales office.

    I have sent you an email with some further information.

    Thanks,

    Team ACOP

  4. Siôn Jones

    Will,

    Weekend testing is not a problem. I have sent you some information regarding the CPCS A17E suspended load category.

    Thanks,

    Team ACOP

  5. Alan mcnally

    looking at suspend loads and merlo prices.i have a blue telehandler ticket.

  6. Siôn Jones

    Alan,

    Thanks for getting in touch. I have emailed you some info regarding the CPCS 360 telehandler (A17D) and Suspended loads (A17E) tickets.

    Team ACOP

  7. Stephen Holden

    Is the course a legal requirement or just good practice?

  8. Toader Nicolae

    Hi my name is Nic and i want to find out some details for A17E COURS
    PRICE AND TIME
    Thanks
    Regards Nic .

  9. Siôn Jones

    Nic,

    Thanks for getting in touch.

    We have sent you some information regarding different options for the CPCS A17E suspended loads and A77 360 telehandler. Hope to hear from you soon.

    Thanks again,

    Team ACOP

  10. Glyn Beaumont

    hi looking to do a suspended loads 17e I have a blue telehandler card cpcs,and im based in stoke on trent, is their anywhere close to me to take the add on? and what are the costs? thanks Glyn

  11. Siôn Jones

    Glyn,

    Thanks for getting in touch.

    I’ve sent you an email with costs fir our CPCS A17E (suspended loads) course with test.

    There is a CPCS test centre search on the CITB website if you think we’re a bit far.

    https://www.citb.co.uk/cards-testing/find-test-centre/

    Please get in touch if you’d like to book a space.

    Thanks again,

    Team ACOP

  12. Ryan

    I have a red trained operators card CPCS would I have to completely redo my card in order to get the A17e or just do the portion of the test to gain the e category thanks

  13. Siôn Jones

    Ryan,

    Thanks for getting in touch.

    I’ve emailed you with costs for a 1 day A17E course. We offer some training/ familiarisation in the morning and CPCS technical test in the afternoon. There is a shortened theory and practical test to complete – but you won’t need to sit the whole test again.

    Please let me know if you have any further questions?

    Thanks again,

    Team ACOP

  14. Daniel Reynolds

    Hi looking for duration on this course and a price have a guy working for me currently with CPCS telehandler he will need category 17e. Also where you do the courses thanks

  15. Siôn Jones

    Daniel,

    Thanks for getting in touch.

    We offer a 1 day course, this involves some familiarisation in the morning and test in the afternoon.

    We also offer a 2 day option, which involves a day’s training and test on the next day.

    Courses are held at the site address below.

    Let me know if there’s anything else I can help with?

    Thanks again,

    Siôn Morgan Jones

    ACOP Group Ltd,
    Capel Quarry,
    Maesybont,
    Carmarthenshire.
    SA14 7NH

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