Dear Friends,

It took part of my otherwise busy schedule and quite some effort to get typed the course material and paste the sixteen and odd selected pictures to post the training material as it is.

This material is for serious and professional training purpose. The intending trainer has to go through it carefully, digest it properly and take some effort to prepare himself for presenting it effectively.

I realize that it is not just a ready made power point presentation as most people desire. I really hate spoon feeding.

Unless the trainer is having the stuff in him and using his own presentation most training sessions become just a ritual and ineffective.

Thousands and thousands of power point presentations are readily available for us to use. How ever every ppt is prepared by an individual to suit his style and capability. With a ppt prepared by an individual he will not be just reading out one by one but his lecture runs through his knowledge, experience, interpretation, ideas, dreams, challenges, questions, and so on. The same ppt when used by another the presentation will lack that spirit.

My advice to aspiring youngsters is take a little pain, collect materials see and hear of everything related to the topic, and prepare course materials of your own. Let your course materials reflect your personality. You will be able to do justice with your profession and master the art of successful presentation in time.

I would like to know whether the course material is found useful to any or it was just waste of my time please.


Kesava Pillai

From India, Kollam

Dear Sir
I have gone through the entire module and found it very effective...
The tips which you share, how to execute the training was too good... When I was reading I just remembering it just like a train the trainer programe... Those who takes this seriously will get benefict...
Few words was new to me in the module whihc I further understand by refering into the net... The visual questions to carry out the quiz is very much effective...
Thanks & expecting same guidence in future too...
Dipil Kumar V

From India
Dear Sundaram!
I can you pls share the information if you have on guidelines to employees on transport? and expcetional handling in case of emergencies...
Kindly forward to my email id on
Thanks in advance.

From India, Kochi
Dear Kesava Sir,
First of all sorry for late reply due to some reasons i was out of discussions.
Input provided by you is really very good & as rightly said by dipil it is like train the trainer.
i m preparing my self to give trainings to forklifters.
Thank you for your valuable time, input & suggestions.We always need guidance from such experienced person.
Hansa Vyas

From India, Udaipur
Pending your needs I have piles and piles of materials and driver training materials from forklifts to trucks to cars to driver education and accident avoidance just email your needs
Best of the Day

From Canada, Calgary
Attached is a safety alert involving:
1. Incompetence of operator
2. Hazardous passion for mobile phone at work
3. Poor perception of risk
4. Lack of system to control jobs e.g. PTW, Lock out / tag out etc.
The contributory causes resulted in: FATALITY.
Hope this could be useful, by applying suitable corrective measures.
Selva Prakash
Dubai, UAE

From United Arab Emirates, Dubai

Attached Files (Download Requires Membership)
File Type: pdf Rock Breaker - Fatal accident.pdf (236.4 KB, 244 views)


Dear Selva Prakash
Thanks for sharing the alert with us...
It's really an Eye Opener... I am going to share the same with all my collegues...
Thanks and keep up the good work and keep on sharing your expertise with us...

From India
Dear Mr. Kesava,
I fully agree with your point.
The ppt's are created according to the situation & comfortability. Its only the trainers capability, which makes the point to reach out the people.
But I can say that the materials that we get here gives additional information, even the basics that we forget.... which can be refreshed.
However, we cannot project the same presentation, as we don't know on what angle these presentations are made.

From India, Delhi
Thanks All of you for your best contribution. These above discussion and Shared documents are really very heplfull to me for developing drivers comptency checklist.
one again thank you all for the ward discussion.

From India, Tiruchi
Dear Friends or colleagues, If any body can convey Driver, cook and Trafic Marshall roles and responsibilities. Thank you Rajesh
From India, Hyderabad

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