Marysville Crane Training Schools - We have designed many Mobile Crane Operation programs at our Crane Training Schools. These programs are recommended for the skilled operator who needs re-certification or certification, and for inexperienced operator who is looking for a job in the business. Positions for crane operators are high because of their high pay. Crane operators are among the highest paid of any heavy machine operator.
Our Crane Training Schools feature training and instruction for various mobile cranes. Course content includes Crane Set-up, Wire Rope, Load Dynamics, Lift Planning, Load Charts, Rigging, and Signaling.
The program is most suitable for crane riggers, operators and their supervisors. The materials incorporated in the course will comprise a manual and various useful handouts. The safety guidebook which is illustrated consists of 100 to 250 pages, which depends on the course, of useful and essential material. Course materials include load exercises and load charts for the crane with which the person training is working.
Hands-On Safety Training would take up over half of the course curriculum. The practical training part is the most helpful method to developing and improving personal skill levels. Only certified journeyman crane instructors are chosen to teach the courses. Our instructors have many years of business experience.
Optional testing mechanisms are provided for all of our courses. Students will usually write tests both before and after training. A test for skills is normally administered for programs that consist of H.O.S.T. People training would be graded and tested.
Certification Training Programs: Lattice Boom/Crawler Cranes; Fixed and Swing Cab Mobile Hydraulic Cranes; Articulated Boom/ Knuckleboom Cranes; Rigging / Signalperson Certification and Training; Testing & Certification; and In-The-Seat Training.
Business standards of practice are changing as new business requirements surface. There are continual updates to legislation and regulations. Improvements in technology and equipment continue to be made. Industry data collection and analysis detect trends that are changing. Members maintain the privilege of managing their certifications and training programs. Mobile device alerts keep members abreast of workplace and personal safety news.