Established in 2013, Auckland College is accredited by the Transport Education Training Authority of South Africa (TETA) and all our courses are designed and executed according to the standards required by Driven Machinery Regulations of the Occupational Health and Safety Act of 1994 (OHSA). All assessors and moderators are registered and accredited for the relevant unit standards as set out by TETA.
We provide operator training of all makes and models of forklifts, Dump Truck, Excavator, Grader, Truck Mounted, Drum Roller, overhead cranes, mobile cranes, TLB, Bull Dozer, tower cranes and truck mounted cranes. This is one of a leading Training Provider operating in the Gauteng and servicing all parts of the country. We have identified training needs that are urgently needed in various sectors of the economy, within the Republic of South Africa.
Our primary mission is to make a difference by empowering the economy through Skills Development with a professional service that has impact, follows best practice, is cost effective, and improves productivity, and minimises the damage or loss of assets and personal injury.
To train, develop and reveal skills throughout South Africa. This will contribute to the creation of an informal and skilled workforce for the health and social development of all South Africans.
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?
We are the experts in the field of training and development, as well as being placed in the opportune position of risk assessment. Our teams of well-trained instructors engage the students on a level that they are comfortable, discussing the everyday scenarios and putting our invaluable training into context, which makes for better retention of the knowledge we impart.
Our training is based on the corner stone of good governance in accordance with our accreditation requirements as well as a healthy respect for the Health & Safety Act.
All our training material is compiled using a modular competency system in line with the NQF, ensuring that effective training is implemented.
We conduct training courses of the highest level. There is theory and a practical training. Tests are completed at the end of the theory session. This test can either be written or verbal for those with difficulty in reading and writing.
The purpose of this training is to help you become a qualified machine operator who has the knowledge and skill to operate a given machine in a safe and professional manner.