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WORKPLACE TRANSPORT TRAINING SOLUTIONS FOR ANY ORGANISATION

Thanks to years of experience helping organisations deliver workplace transport and materials handling equipment training, RTITB has worked across a wide range of different industries, including:

  • Nuclear
  • Pharmaceutical & Healthcare
  • Chemical
  • Construction
  • Facilities
  • Colleges
  • Prisons
  • Armed Forces
  • And many more!

No­ matter what business you’re in, we can provide training materials and services that are tuned in to your requirements with our expert team giving you all the support you need.

Home / Industry Solutions / Other Sectors

WORKPLACE TRANSPORT TRAINING SOLUTIONS FOR ANY ORGANISATION

Thanks to years of experience helping organisations deliver workplace transport and materials handling equipment training, RTITB has worked across a wide range of different industries, including:

    • Nuclear
    • Pharmaceutical & Healthcare
    • Chemical
    • Construction
    • Facilities
    • Colleges
    • Prisons
    • Armed Forces
    • And many more!

No­ matter what business you’re in, we can provide training materials and services that are tuned in to your requirements with our expert team giving you all the support you need.

Howdens Joinery

Howdens Joinery

Howdens Joinery worked with RTITB to standardise material handling equipment (MHE) training for their 830 lift truck operators across four sites, to improve security, safety, compliance and enable effective auditing.

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