Rear Tipping Dump Trucks is heavy machinery equipment that is designed to scoop leftover dumps, gravel, sand, and demolition waste materials. These machines come with an open-box bed that is paired at the rear end. They are well-equipped with hydraulic arms to raise the front enabling materials to be dumped on the ground. NVQ Level 2 Rear Tipping Dump Trucks program is targeted to offer candidates a comprehensive knowledge on how to handle Rear Dump Trucks. This is helpful for them to clear both CPCS Theory and Practical Tests.
The initial motorized dump truck was introduced by small-scale companies during World War I. Additional attachments like hydraulic lift gates, and hydraulic winches along with dump trailer were available for sales during the early 1920s.
Standard dump trucks contain a dump body that is mounted on a frame. The bed is lifted by a vertical hydraulic ram which is mounted below the body. In general, most of the dump trucks are operated through Hydraulics and they are available in a wide range of configurations. Out of which most of them are exclusively designed to perform certain tasks in the field of the construction industry. The lower wheelbase of a Standard dump truck allows the driver to manoeuvre the vehicle easily when compared to semi-trailer dump trucks.
The concerned officials conduct and record the Construction NVQ theory test in digital format. However, it should comply with CPCS standards and practical tests are recorded with the help of a video recorder upon request.
To procure Red CPCS Trained Operator Card, candidates are supposed to clear the CPCS Theory Test as well as Practical Test. Once the learners have attained Red CPCS Trained Operator Card, it extends for the duration of about two years. However, students should work and achieve NVQ in Plant Operations in order to upgrade to Blue CPCS Competence Card. Visit the official site to fetch extra details of the course.