Plant marshaller

As pictured above: Jonathan Orellana, Peter Searle, Liam Wolley, Noeleen Khawaja, Christina Tapply, Parris Stubbings, Elisa Vecchi

logo_NPORS_largeJP Training would like to congratulate the seven Archaeologists who completed and achieved the National plant operators registration scheme (NPORS) plant machinery marshall  course held at JP Training centre in Barry. The seven candidates where put through their paces marshalling various items of plant such as forward tipping dumpers and 360 excavators.   The seven candidates worked hard to achieve their award and will take with them the knowledge and confidence to help them within their job role. All the staff at JP Training would like to wish them all the best for the future.


The Plant Machinery Marshall Course provides candidates with the knowledge and practical skills involved with being a plant machinery marshall to the NPORS (National Plant Operators Registration Scheme) standard.

It is recommended that any employee expected to work as a plant machinery marshall should undergo this course and assessment to ensure the safety of them selves and other working on the site.

By the end of the course, all successful candidates will have the knowledge to perform their duties safely & correctly, and successful NPORS assessment candidates will be issued with an NPORS Operators card.




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