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Old 23-03-2018, 10:06 PM
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Default Machine tickets.

Iíve been subbed in for some work on a mates site and he has put me through a National Operators training licencing scheme as an add on perk

Not heard much of it before and is it a good thing to have?
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Old 23-03-2018, 10:15 PM
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Any thing for free is good....except disease

Can't say I've heard owt about it though. But if it gets you work on your mates site then it's all good.
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Default Re: Machine tickets.

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And Tickets are a Plauge!

Npors is pretty good. Easy to renew too.
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Old 26-03-2018, 09:35 AM
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Default Re: Machine tickets.

FWIW We looked at both NPORS and CPCS when we were thinking of the Tilty safety awareness course. We chose NPORS for several reasons, not least because they were most approachable.

For me, the main benefit of NPORS is that they come to you and will test you on your digger, rather than getting you to go to a test centre and do it on a machine you may not be familiar with.

It use to be the case that a lot of the bigger contractors wouldn't accept NPORS on their sites but this appears to be changing.

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