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Miller Plant Training

We are a quality assured supplier who can deliver all your construction plant training needs in one place, from CITB SMSTS (Site Managers Safety Training Scheme), SSSTS (Site Supervisor Safety Training Scheme) & Health and Safety Awareness tests (HSA, for CSCS), BRITTOP Accredited Forklift & Plant Training, NPORS Training & Certification to CMPE Plant Assessment. We also offer "Working in Medium Risk Confined Space Training, (Combined Entrant & Entry Controller) along with NRSWA Streetworks Training and Certification both Accredited by CABWI Awarding Body. EUSR SHEA Water Coming Soon!! 

At Miller Plant Training we deliver quality assured standards of training and testing. We understand that in order to improve your business and enable you to deliver high levels of productivity, you need trained staff, that's where we come in. All our work is carried out by trained professionals. Our warm and friendly trainers go the extra mile in customer service and will do their best to put you at ease and to guide you through the whole process.

We specialise in delivering industry recognised certification such as CMPE and can deliver other courses such as First Aid, Site Safety Awareness, NRSWA (Streetworks) and Medium Risk Confined Spaces Training and Certification. So why not give us a call and we can guide you through and set you on the right path for your career in the construction industry.

Plant Operator’s Competency Certification (POCC) guidelines that CMPE follow has gone from strength to strength and is widely acknowledged as being one of the best certification schemes within the UK.

Typical features of the scheme include:

  1. economical cost of certification:

  2. appropriate safety awareness training at an affordable cost:

  3. rigorous competence development and monitoring:

  4. freely available advice and guidance from experienced plant practitioners:  

  5. the opportunity to acquire professional development:


The CMPE works to standards set by the Off-Highway Plant and Equipment Research Centre (OPERC) and follows the Voluntary Code of Practice for Plant Operator Training and the Best Practice Guide for Plant Instructors.


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