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Robust training programme from AMS

AMS now offers a robust industrial training programme and it is now available to the woodworking industry. 

 The training covers forklifts, HIAB operation and LEV testing, and it’s designed to equip the joiners and carpentry teams with essential knowledge aligned to the industry

 As a specialist provider, AMS can provide training on a range of machines for experienced and novice users and all courses are tailored to the requirements of the individuals and/or business needs.


 The company’s range of courses are currently available on clients’ sites across the UK and also at the new modern state-of-the-art AMS training centre where there are 38 machines that are all connected to power and extraction.

 AMS says its team of industrial trainers are, in their opinion, the best in the business and all have many years’ experience with a wide range of companies and situations. 

 The company strongly believes that quality training is not just about getting the ‘right bit of paper’ – rather it is about safe and efficient workers and workplaces. 

 AMS wholeheartedly beleives that it is important that manufactures take control of their own staff training. For that, AMS has a special training course for supervisors – the Train the Trainers course – to ensure that staff training commitments are met and that companies can control the speed of delivery. 

 Other courses available include Refresher Trainer, Novice Trainer, Assessment of Competence, Wood Machinery Safety & Audits, Safety Training and Abrasive Wheels.



All of AMS woodworking machinery training courses are tailored to complement companies’ employees’ learning needs and that the equipment being using is both legal and safe. 

 Customers can book a woodworking training course at AMS by using the dedicated questionnaire on the company’s website. For further information, contact AMS directly. 

 08448 449949

 AMS is one of the leading providers of wood machine training 

Posted by: Advanced Machinery on March 5th, 2019 @ 08:48 AM


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