Crane Tech’s Mobile Crane Professional Operator Development (POD) program puts operators on track quickly. The extensive three-week training provides the knowledge and skills to become an NCCCO certified crane operator with training that details each of the subjects necessary for this professional trade. As a bonus, you will receive training and testing required by OSHA to become a Qualified Rigger.
For one low price you have the opportunity to gain the qualifications and certifications needed to work where OSHA and employers demand NCCCO certification. And, because of the additional topics of lift planning, crane inspection, power line safety, personnel handling, and assembly/disassembly, you will return to work capable of filling the vital role of crane operator.
Training conducted at Crane Tech’s Tampa Training Center includes hands-on operation of mobile cranes and extended training necessary to provide a thorough understanding that’s necessary for safe and efficient crane operation.
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Mobile Crane Professional Operator Development (3 Week Program)
Mobile Crane Professional Operator Development (4 Week Program)
Who Should Attend:
Experienced operators wanting additional training prior to taking NCCCO exams.
Inexperienced operators seeking to gain knowledge and skills to become a mobile crane operator.
Persons who need hands-on skills training necessary work safely, and those who require additional hands-on skills to pass the NCCCO practical exams.
Course Topics Include:
Mobile crane operation safety
Crane set-up and ground stability
Extended load chart exercises and workshops
Operator aids and load moment indicators
Crane component inspection
Wire rope: types, characteristics & inspection
Crane operation: set-up and driving skills
Hands-on load control training
Crane assembly and disassembly
Requirements of standards and regulations
Qualified Rigger Level 1
What This Course Includes:
Week 1: Classroom instruction on mobile crane operation including Qualified Rigger Level 1 training and testing to meet OSHA §1926 Subpart CC requirements.
Week 2: Intensive hands-on training where you learn to master load control and prepare for the NCCCO practical exams. Also includes more technical training for load charts, range diagrams, crane set-up, lift planning, hydraulic systems, wire rope inspection, regulations, and pre-operational inspection.
Week 3: NCCCO Certification written test preparation and written/practical testing.
Crane Tech’s course includes all fees for the NCCCO core exam, two specialty exams, and one practical exam.
Separately, weeks 1 and 3 alone cost $4,085. This three week program with 5-days of extended hands-on training and additional reference materials is only $4,995.
What You Will Receive:
Crane Tech’s Mobile Crane Operator Manual
Qualified Rigger Level 1 Manual
OSHA 1926 Subpart CC Regulation
ASME B30.5 – Full standard
IPT’s Crane and Rigging Manual
Plus references and course materials too numerous to list.
Cranes & Equipment Included:
This course provides technical training on each of the listed topics including; Telescopic truck cranes, Rough terrain cranes, Lattice boom – truck cranes, Lattice boom – crawler cranes, Carry deck cranes, and Boom trucks.
Hands-on training using a fixed cab and swing cab mobile crane.
Find Out What One Student Says:
Eric Perreault, was a student in Crane Tech’s Professional Operator Development program. During the week of hands-on training, we caught up with the Eric to gain a better understanding of why he wanted to become a crane operator and get his feedback on training so far. To read the whole story check out A
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Crane Tech is a NCCCO Platinum Sponsor. We offer 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.