Lift Truck Operator Online Training and Certification

Need to buy CSA B335 – aligned Lift Truck Training for your operators?
Have more time to focus on proactive measures. Save money. Give your employees the exact same standards compliant message. Never worry about chasing workers down to attend classroom training. Say goodbye to record-keeping.

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Lift Truck Classes Covered:

  • Class 1 – Electric Motor Rider Trucks

  • Class 2 – Electric Motor Narrow Aisle Trucks

  • Class 3 – Electric Motor Hand or Hand/Rider Trucks (Pallet Jacks)

  • Class 4 – Internal Combustion Engine Trucks – Cushion Tires

  • Class 5 – Internal Combustion Engine Trucks – Pneumatic Tires

  • Class 7 – Rough Terrain Forklift Trucks

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Since 2010, we’ve been providing affordable and simple to use training solutions to savvy Canadian employers and workers. To date, thousands of employees who work for some of the most recognized companies in Canada have taken their training with us.

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Lift Truck Certification Training

Standards Compliant. Engaging.

Our Online Lift Truck Certification Training has been designed in alignment with the CSA B335-15 Safety Standard for Lift Trucks. Workers are engaged while they’re required to interact with the course consistently. Each module concludes with a quiz that must be successfully completed in order to progress through the course.

  • Only takes about 4 hours to complete

  • Compliant and up-to-date (CSA B335 Standard Compliant)

  • Modern and engaging

  • In-line quizzes to assess knowledge

  • Works beautifully on mobile devices

  • Practical evaluation checklift included

Lift Truck Operator Certificates - on WhityeAutomated Certificate Management

Certificates of training are automatically awarded to your workers upon the successful completion of their training. As a group leader, you’ll have the ability to view and print certificates at any time. You’ll never have to dig through a messy filing cabinet ever again when someone asks for your workers’ training records.