Sit in All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) courses – (Novice, Experienced and Conventional Steered)
Who is the course designed for?
These ATV courses are for anyone who uses or will be using an all terrain vehicle. We have novice and experienced courses for those who operate sitin skid
steer tracked or wheeled all terrain vehicle and conventional steered ATV’s.
To enable course members to:
- Comply with legal requirements with an emphasis on safe practice.
- Identify the risks associated with using a sit-in ATV.
- Select and use appropriate personal protective equipment.
- Understand the main causes of accidents.
- Identify the controls and components.
- Understand the function of all instruments.
- Carry out appropriate pre-start checks.
- Identify and report any faults.
- Start up and drive over a variety of terrain and ground conditions.
- Carry out a ‘failed hill’ climb (full course only).
- Carry out a risk assessment and plan the route.
- Operate the sit-in ATV safely on a variety of slopes and terrain (full course only).
- Identify loading/towing capacities.
- Drive with loads and trailed equipment (full course).
- Load and secure for transport on the road (if appropriate).
- Understand legal and practical requirements for travelling on the public road.
- Identify track profile and weight transfer.
- Load and unload machine from trailer/lorry.
Cost: P.O.A – we deliver these as bespoke courses and can provide a quote to suit your specific requirements.
Pass rates: We achieve 96% pass rates on Chainsaw Maintenance & Crosscutting courses.
Instructor/Trainee Ratio: Max 1:4
For full award and assessment details download the course pdf below: