Training Classes in Indianapolis
Training can take place at our training center in Indianapolis, or we can travel to your location. We work with you to adapt the training to best fit your scheduling needs.
Keeping your operation safe is vital to your company and its employees. That's why we offer a mix of training classes and certifications.
With the combined experience from Wolter Group and Wisconsin Lift Truck, we have trained over 65,000 operators and upwards of 7,000 trainers. We put our skills and years of experience to use by sharing our knowledge and providing best practices with students.
Forklift and Aerial Operator Training
Our top goal is to keep employees safe and injury-free. Each year nearly 95,000 injuries related to forklift accidents are reported and 1 out of every 6 workplace fatalities involves a forklift.
Learn to safely operate the equipment you use on the job, including aerial lifts, rough terrain trucks, pallet jacks, powered lift trucks, skid steers, and more at our training classes in Indianapolis.
Students will learn the proper safety and operation of forklifts that are specific to your business using classroom techniques as well as hands-on driving experience.
Prefer to train your own employees? We also offer Train-the-Trainer classes. We provide you with the necessary tools and certification to return to your facility and conduct your own training on forklifts and aerial work platforms.
This is a 2-day program that is offered at our conveniently located training center located at 820 S Post Rd, Indianapolis, IN.
For a Limited time: Save 15% on Train-the-Trainer classes of 4 or more at your location (or over Zoom) thru 3/31/2021!
Virtual Reality Forklift Training Simulator
Enhance your company's training program. Virtual reality forklift training is here and can give your employees and temporary workers hands-on training from the comfort of your own facility.
Whether training first-timers, or challenging experienced operators with advanced training, our virtual reality training allows the operator to either sit in a simulator or right at a desktop equipped with goggles and realistic controls.
Rent for a day, week, or month. Use for safety training or department meetings, or purchase a setup to have the flexibility of training whenever you need it.