Crane Tech’s Rigger Level I & II NCCCO Certification course helps prepare riggers and operators to gain CCO certification. Through our specialized knowledge of what it takes to become a Certified Rigger, full-time staff dedicated to the certification process—including NCCCO Certified Riggers and NCCCO Accredited Practical Examiners—and our proprietary educational materials, Crane Tech can help riggers and operators gain these credentials that will set them apart.
Riggers who successfully complete Crane Tech’s NCCCO Rigger certification preparation programs are better equipped to make positive decisions regarding safety and control of their loads. We believe that it’s not how well one does on a test, but how well one can maintain an accident-free site long term.
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The NCCCO Rigger Level I &II certifications were developed specifically for those who handle and move loads. This course is available through our On-Site Training and Scheduled Training programs, and will:
After the preparation and training, Crane Tech will facilitate the written and practical exams required for certification. To be NCCCO certified for a five-year period, candidates must pass the written exam and the practical exam.
The written exam consist of 60 multiple-choice questions and candidates are allowed 60 minutes to complete the test. The practical examination is comprised of four main tasks that increase progressively in the skill level tested. Candidates’ skills are tested in demonstrating pre-use rigging inspection, rigging hitches, rigging connections, and basic knots.
Rigger Level I graduates are encouraged to “step up” to Rigger Level II when they feel they are ready for the more challenging exams, or they can choose to test for both Rigger Level I and Level II at the same time. In order to achieve Level II certification the candidate must either pass the Level I exam (if taken at the same time) or already be a Level I certified rigger.
If a certified Level I rigger is in the final year of certification, they may take the Rigger Level II exams in place of the Rigger Level I re-certification exam. In order to achieve full Rigger Level II certification, the candidate must pass the practical exam within 12 months of passing the Rigger Level II written exam.
Crane Tech is a proud
NCCCO Platinum Sponsor
Crane Tech fully endorses the national certification program offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO), and will prepare candidates for the CCO tests.
Crane Tech offers a turn-key service for NCCCO training and testing. We will handle all paperwork, processing, training, and testing for one low fee. Call today and find out how easy NCCCO Certification can be with Crane Tech Service.