Crane & Rigging Training Courses

We offer crane and rigging training courses intended to meet OSHA and NCCCO requirements so you can get your crane operator certification.

Four Week Crane Operator / Rigger & Signalperson Program

Four Week Crane Operator / Rigger & Signalperson Program

Why become a mobile crane operator? To begin with, NCCCO Certified Mobile Crane Operators are often the most respected and well-paid individuals on the job site. Additionally, this is a certification that allows you to continue to grow your career as your skills, experience and knowledge increase in time.[…]

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Ten-Day Mobile Crane Operator Training

Ten-Day Mobile Crane Operator Training

Overview This program is ideal for any individual looking to expand their career as a NCCCO Certified Mobile Crane Operator. The Ten-Day Mobile Crane Operator is designed for anyone who has been in the construction industry around cranes and rigging for three years or more. The program is intended as an opportunity to gain the […]

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Ten-Day Tower Crane Operator Training Workshop

Ten-Day Tower Crane Operator Training Workshop

This program is ideal for individuals who are looking to develop a future career as a NCCCO Tower Crane Operator. Under the supervision of a certified instructor, you will learn: OSHA 1926 Subpart CC and ASME B30.3 Regulations Tower Crane Types, Characteristics and Limitations Site Conditions, Assembly and Set up Power Line Safety […]

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NCCCO Mobile Crane Workshop

NCCCO Mobile Crane Workshop

This is a four-day preparation course for the NCCCO, a Nationally Accredited Certification, written exam. The newly revised OSHA 1926.1400 regulation requires crane operators working in construction or performing construction-related activities to be certified through a nationally accredited agency. During this workshop, the first two and a half days involve classroom instruction sessions, […]

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NCCCO Certified Rigger and Signalperson

NCCCO Certified Rigger and Signalperson

A Certified Rigger is a person who has been trained and certified to handle and move loads safely and efficiently with hoisting equipment. For this to be accomplished, a variety of knowledge and experience needs to be obtained and safely applied to every lift. These include, but are not limited to sling inspection, […]

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NCCCO Tower Crane Workshop

NCCCO Tower Crane Workshop

This program is for individuals who are looking for a career as a Tower Crane Operator through a nationally recognized accredited agency. This five-day program is taught by full time instructors that are experienced and extremely knowledgeable in the crane safety industry. This course consists of a two and a half-day preparation workshop, […]

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NCCCO Articulating Boom Crane Workshop

NCCCO Articulating Boom Crane Workshop

This program is designed to help candidates prepare for the NCCCO Articulating Boom Crane written and practical examinations. Oftentimes individuals feel that they do not need to be certified in articulating cranes due the nature of how they use them. However, the OSHA 1926 Subpart CC states there are few exceptions on when […]

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NCCCO Digger Derrick Workshop

NCCCO Digger Derrick Workshop

This is a three-day preparation course for the NCCCO, a Nationally Accredited Certification, written exam along with a practical examination. The newly revised OSHA 1926.1400 regulation requires crane operators working in construction or performing construction-related activities to be certified through a nationally accredited agency. The classroom portion includes the standards and regulations around […]

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NCCCO Service Truck Operator Workshop

NCCCO Service Truck Operator Workshop

Service trucks and their equipment handle a variety of industries and services. From delivery service, mining industry and utility operations, they cover a large scope of tasks. Primarily, they are used for mechanics to facilitate the lifting, loading and movement of large and heavy materials and components. Previous regulations did not encompass these […]

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Qualified Rigger and Signal Person

Qualified Rigger and Signal Person

A qualified rigger is critical during hoisting operations on the jobsite. Not only must they perform their job in a safe manner they also need to be efficient. They are the individuals in charge of “rigging” up large loads and the methods they use can be complicated at times. They need to ensure […]

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Advanced Rigging

Advanced Rigging

The Advanced Rigging course is for those looking to take their rigging knowledge and skillset to the next level and have already participated in the Qualified Rigger & Signalperson course

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Lift Director Training and Workshop

Lift Director Training and Workshop

Who is responsible for overseeing the lifting operations on your construction site? According to the following applicable standards, a lift director must be on-site and in charge of the lifting operations. OSHA CFR 1926.1400 Subpart CC ASME B30.5 Mobile & Locomotive Cranes ASME P30.1 Planning for Load Handling Activities The lift director’s responsibilities […]

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Crane and Rigging for Management

Crane and Rigging for Management

The Bureau of Labor Statistics Fact Sheet from 2011 to 2017, the Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI) reported a total of 297 total crane-related deaths, an average of 42 per year over this 7-year period. From 2011 to 2017, 43 percent of fatal work injuries involving cranes took place in the private […]

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Overhead Crane Operator Workshop

Overhead Crane Operator Workshop

Through the combination of classroom and hands on education, this one day employer paid course will give your operators the solid foundation to operate overhead cranes safely and efficiently. Typically, individuals will learn overhead crane training through fellow employees without any documentation of when the training happened yet alone the information discussed in […]

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Mini Crawler Crane Operator Workshop

Mini Crawler Crane Operator Workshop

Mini-Crawler Cranes often known as “Spider” Cranes are a unique piece of lifting equipment. Due to their lifting and operational abilities, these machines are classified as a crane. A mini-crawler crane is a crane that has been designed and built for working in low access, confined or limited space areas either indoors or[…]

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