All Terrain Vehicles - HGC Training

Training Courses

All Terrain Vehicles

A range of training courses are available relating to ATVs including:

  • Sit astride ATVs inc loads and trailed equipment
  • Sit in ATV Conventional Steered
  • Sit In ATVs Tracked or Multi Wheeled

Sit astride ATVs inc loads and trailed equipment

Course objectives To enable candidates to:

  • comply with legal requirements with an emphasis on Safe Practice
  • identify the risks associated with using a sit-astride ATV
  • select and use appropriate P.P.E.
  • understand the main causes of accidents
  • identify the controls and components
  • understand the function of all instruments
  • carry out daily checks as indicated in the Operator's Manual
  • 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-astride 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

Who the course is for?

Anyone required to use a sit-astride ATV as part of their work. This would include novices and experienced operators who require their skills up-dating, with certification.

Duration/format

CLVA05X - Two days (For candidates with little experience. Complete novices may need three days)
CLVA06X - One day (with prior certificate of basic training or signed experienced operator declaration form)
CLVA09X - One day (same format as CLVA05X but with only 2 candidates)

Sit-in ATV – Conventional Steered

Course objectives To enable candidates 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 P.P.E.
  • understand the main causes of accidents
  • identify the controls and components
  • understand the function of all instruments
  • carry out daily checks as indicated in the Operator's Manual
  • 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 only)
  • 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

Who the course is for

This course is for any person who uses, or will be using, a sit-in ATV. The course includes an operator assessment and certificates will be awarded to those reaching the required standard.

Duration/format

One day.

Sit In ATVs Tracked or Multi Wheeled

Course objectives To enable candidates 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 P.P.E.
  • understand the main causes of accidents
  • identify the controls and components
  • understand the function of all instruments
  • carry out daily checks as indicated in the Operator's Manual
  • 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

Who the course is for?

This course is for any person who uses, or will be using, an all terrain vehicle that is tracked or multi-wheeled. This would include novices and experienced operators who require their skills up-dating, with certification.

Duration/format

CLVA03X - Two days (2 machines)
CLVA04X - One day

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Contact Information

For more information please use our contact form, or contact us at:

Mail: HGC Training, Nant-y-Glyn Isaf, Tafarn y Fedw, Llanrwst, North Wales, LL26 0NN, UK
Phone/Fax: 01492 640327    Mobile: 07801 491898
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