Crane Training Schools Alberta - Our various Mobile Crane Operation programs are intended for skilled operators who needs re-certification or certification, and for inexperienced people who are looking for their very first work as an operator of a crane. Business demand for certified crane operators is high all over the nation. Positions for crane operators are in demand because of their high pay. Operators of cranes are among the highest paid of whichever operator of heavy equipment.
Our Crane Operator training provides instruction for various mobile cranes. Course content includes Crane Set-up, Wire Rope, Lift Planning, Load Dynamics, Rigging, Signaling and Load Charts.
The program is best for crane riggers, operators as well as their supervisors. The materials included in the course would comprise a guidebook and numerous informative handouts. The safety manual that is illustrated features 100 to 250 pages, that depends on the course, of useful and vital material. Course materials consist of load exercises and load charts for the crane with which the person training is working.
Hands-On Safety Training would take up more than half of the course curriculum. The practical training section is the most helpful method to improving and developing personal skill levels. Only licensed journeyman crane instructors are selected to teach the courses. Our instructors possess many years of experience in the business.
Optional testing mechanisms are provided for all of our courses. Students would usually write tests both prior to and following training. A test for skills is normally administered for programs which comprise H.O.S.T. Individuals training will be graded and tested.
Certification Training Programs: Fixed and Swing Cab Mobile Hydraulic Cranes; Lattice Boom/Crawler Cranes; Articulated Boom/ Knuckleboom Cranes; Rigging / Signalperson Training and Certification; In-The Seat Training and Certification & Testing.
Industry standards of practice are evolving as new business requirements emerge. There are constant updates to legislation and regulations. Improvements in equipment and technology continue to be made. Industry data analysis and collection identify changing trends. Members maintain the advantage of managing their training programs and certifications. Mobile device alerts keep members abreast of personal and workplace safety news.