Crane Tech’s Rigger Level II NCCCO Certification course helps prepare Level I NCCCO Certified Riggers to gain an additional level of NCCCO certification. Through our specialized knowledge of what it takes to become a Level II 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 Level II certification preparation program 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.
With active participation in the NCCCO, detailed knowledge of the NCCCO process, our unparalleled industry experience, and excellent quality and customer service standards—why choose any other company?
Level II certification is designed for the Journeyman level rigger. You must possess a current NCCCO Certified Rigger Level I certification to be eligible for NCCCO Certified Rigger Level II. Graduates are encouraged to “step up” to Rigger Level II when they feel they are ready for the more challenging exams. Rigger Level II can be added at any time; however, if a Rigger Level I graduate is in the final year of certification (5th year), the graduate may take the Rigger Level II written exam in place of the Rigger Level I recertification 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.
This course is available through our On-Site 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 consists of 40 multiple-choice questions and candidates are allowed 60 minutes to complete the test. The practical examination is comprised of two tasks that demonstrate the candidates’ skills are tested in performing a level lift and rigging frame rotation, within specified time frames.
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