The Bobcat® loader operator training course imparts rules and practices for safe operation of skid-steer loaders, all-wheel steer loaders and compact track loaders. It is NOT designed to license or certify operators as skilled or factory authorized operators.
The kit includes:
Five course attendance certificates
Course Handbook Sample
View an excerpt of the loader service operator training course handbook.
Get a preview of the video content in the loader training course.
After participating in the course, trainees will be able to:
Discuss how weight distribution affects skid-steer loader steering and stability.
Explain the difference between Tipping Load and Rated Operating Capacity.
Have an understanding of the hydrostatic transmission, and that the loader will react the moment the steering levers are moved.
Explain why maintenance is an important factor for safe, efficient, and productive operation.
Identify the controls and their functions.
Identify the loader's safety features and explain their importance.
Explain the steps of safe entry and exit.
Explain the reason for changing attachments and the use of the Bob-Tach system.
Know the fundamentals of safe maneuvering, traveling, and working with the attachment.
Know the fundamentals of efficient maneuvering, traveling, and working with the attachment.
Introduce Scope and Content
Purpose of the Course
Using Course Handbook
Group Exercise One: Video Presentation
Video Presentation (Part 1)
Save Operation of Skid-Steer Loaders
Bobcat Company History
Basic Operation Operator Training Segments for Review (if equipped)
Bobcat Standard Control System
Bobcat Advanced Control System (ACS)
Bobcat Selectable Control System (SJC)
Bobcat Standard Control with Power Assist System (SCPA)
Bobcat All-Wheel Steer (AWS) Loaders with Skid-Steer Capabilities
Group Exercise Two
Group Exercise Three: Video Presentation
Video Presentation (Part 2) Pre-Start Inspection and Maintenance
Transporting the Skid-Steer
Skid-Steer Loader Safety
Final Group Exercise
Hand Out Completion Certificates