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
- Safety Devices, Aids and Operations
- Hand and Voice Signals
- Personnel Platform
This program will also take you through our Qualified Rigger and Signalperson Training program.
The two-week course breakdown:
Five days of hands-on operation in a safe, supervised learning environment that will help you develop the skill to be safe and productive.
Two and a half-day preparation workshop, written exams, along with two and a half-day practice and practical testing on the crane, for a total of five days.
This training and testing can be conducted at our facility or yours and like all of our other training courses, it is available nationwide. Upon successful completion you will be certified in the following tower crane types:
The NCCCO national crane operator certification program is recognized by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration as meeting the requirements for crane operator competency and provides significant benefits for employers who adopt the NCCCO certification program. All NCCCO programs meet federal OSHA regulations and American National Standard ASME B30.3.
The training atmosphere for this program has been designed to mimic the conditions that exist within the workplace. While in the training field, students perform all projects under the supervision of NCCCO certified instructors who advise and guide them. In order to ensure each student feels comfortable and confident performing the necessary tasks, this program is approximately 53% hands-on training.
Ten-Day Tower Crane Operator Program Eligibility
This is an excellent program to begin your career as a NCCCO Certified Tower Crane. Just like all of our NCCCO related programs you must be 18 years old and adhere to NCCCO Substance Abuse Policy and Code of Ethics policy. This programs specifically requires you to have three years of construction experience. Successfully obtaining a NCCCO Certified Tower Crane Operator endorsement requires you to pass a written exam along with practical crane operation exam.