Differentiating By Offering Job Opportunities

A common question asked during a job interview is: What is your differentiating factor? What makes you stand out and differ from your competition? From other candidates?Accordingly, we thought we’d answer this question for you – as when it comes down to it, we know you have options. We know there are other forklift schools…

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Opportunities for Inexperienced Forklift Operators

Opportunities on the Rise for Forklift Operators & No Experience Necessary! Although the CoronaVirus (COVID-19) has brought many industries and businesses to a screeching halt, it has presented a different story for the forklift industry. Notably, as consumers have become increasingly wary of congregating in public spaces and the CDC has recommended social distancing as…

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Forklift School Open for Business

Although businesses in California are starting to close again, please note...WE ARE STILL OPEN for business; but business isn’t as usual – as we are taking extra precautions to protect the health and safety of all of our students, team, partners, and the community. Accordingly, we have and will continue to monitor the situation surrounding…

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Forklift Types – No One Size Fits All Machine

Forklift Types & Forklift Classes - Although a forklift is a powered industrial truck used for lifting and moving materials over a variety of distances, there is no one size fits all forklift. Forklifts come in different forklift types, a variety of sizes, for different uses, under different classes, requiring different operational techniques, and necessitating…

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Forklift Safety

Forklift Safety - June marks an important month in the forklift industry, as June 9th is National Forklift Safety Day. In fact, this year actually marked the seventh anniversary of National Forklift Safety Day – an annual event for reinforcing the importance of operator safety training, forklift safety practices, and establishing an opportunity for the…

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Forklift Operations Post CoronaVirus, A Rising Demand

Forklift Operations Post CoronaVirus, A Rising Demand - Many companies entered 2020 with optimism and plans to expand. The hotel, construction, and airline industries, for example, had climbed to some of their highest levels. Retail sales in December were up for a third straight month. Additionally, consumer spending reached an annual record of $13.28 trillion…

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Forklift Operator’s Career Paths Into a Lucrative Future

Forklift Operator's Career Paths - Earning your forklift certification and becoming a licensed forklift operator is a strategic stepping stone for many, as it creates the opportunity to get your foot into the door of some of the most rewarding careers, including becoming a foreman, technician, manager, supervisor, or business owner. As you may have…

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Added Safety Measures For Forklift Operators Amid The CoronaVirus

Safety Measures - With social distancing practices in place due to the CoronaVirus (COVID-19), manufacturers and warehouse managers have been busy adjusting their practices to keep forklift operators safe, as well as tracking the health of not only their employees, but also their equipment. In fact, in addition to many facilities taking the temperature of…

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Hiring Forklift Operators Amid The CoronaVirus

The consequences surrounding the CoronaVirus have brought our modern times fear, confusion, and a sense of helplessness. That said, we’ve also learned a lot. While there’s no denying that the Covid-19 CoronaVirus pandemic has impacted the economy and the labor market, particularly given the soaring and record number of individuals filing for unemployment benefits, it’s…

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Forklift Success Story

“I literally went from a general warehouse worker with no skill to a person who can go anywhere in the United States of America and secure employment with no problem. (Forklift is in very high demand!)” ~ Christopher Atkinson This is the story of Christopher Atkinson. Christopher was “tired of general warehouse labor” and decided…

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