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RTITB Operator of the Year Competition Grand Final
Telford, Shropshire, United Kingdom - 16th September 2011
Competitions / rodeos

The inaugral competition ran in 2008.
The first stage of entry to the competition ran from 1st January - 25th February 2011 and consisted of an online theory and hazard perception test. The top 12 entrants from each region go through to the 5 National Finals to be held between April and June 2011. The top 2 from each region go forward to the Grand Final, being held on 16th September 2011 at RTITB headquarters in Telford, Shropshire to compete for the honour of being the Operator of the Year 2011 and winning a brand new car!

Mission: To get recognition for lift truck operators and the excellent job they do when working safely.

Register to attend:

16th September 2011

RTITB headquarters in Telford, Shropshire

Contact for booking / more info: Phone 44 01952 520218

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